raboof wrote:Let's support each other on our journeys, rather than scolding each other for not having "made it there" yet.
Hear hear... Let's be honest, there are a LOT
of things to learn. Some are easy, some are hard. What's easy for me might be hard for somebody else, what's easy for that person might be hard for me.
I'm trying to learn ukelele, improve playing two hands on piano, refine my clarinet technique, arrange harmony, sing vocals, compose music for multiple live instruments while understanding their nuances, learn about recording with different types of mics and room conditions, and I kind of want to try making my own bar chimes for fun.
Eventually I would like to learn more about the digital side of things, including dialing in custom effects, but I'm working on other things right now, so I tend to use presets if they sound decent. I tend to think of myself as a musician first, and sound engineering is only secondary. I understand that sound engineering is important, but I can't learn everything at once.
Anyway, we're way of topic, but I'll bring it back in by saying that some people have windows-native software that accommodates their current workflow, and they're using it to actually make music
. Isn't that the express goal here? I don't find a need to run audio software in wine, but I'm not going to criticise anybody else for their technology choices.