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i tend to be very reluctant when purchasing software,(as we all are right?) so i downloaded the multitrackstudio lite version and messed around with it for a couple weeks. i was immediately impressed with the whole lay and how easy it is to control. i decided to buy the software online and within a couple of hours i received my license key and began installing the software. sure enough i launched the program and oh my god!! ha. this thing is awesome. i went with the pro plus because of the amp simulator and reverbs. within 15 minutes i had finished 4 tracks with my les paul (no amp or effects) directly into my laptop's mic-in slot using the multitrackstudio's built in effects. it sounds like 4 separate guitars, each with their own arsenal of effects, and absolutely no gray noise or distractions at all. with the editing feature you can completely dissect and do virtually anything you want to each track. the best part of it all is that from the second you open the program you're in the producer's seat and everything is as simple as a left click. no hassles, no configuring drivers and sound issues, it's ready on go. so i said all of that to say this; you guys are amazing!! best 9.00 i have ever spent.
this is the best program out there for audio conversion/cd ripping. new version supports multi threading for modern processors and it has the best codec support. the developer is really on the ball with regard to feature requests and it is frequently updated. well worth the money.
as is mentioned in changelog it no longer works in xp, not that it was ever intended to anyway. but anyway this is brialliant app, and i will continue to use version 0.7.6 on my xp boxes, and newer releases on my 7.
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one more reason to turn off windows update and then update manually.... i hate windows update!!!!
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granted a good programmer can write good code. but structured programming from the basic world is no longer adapted for object oriented programming. unless i am unfortunate but what i have seen is that developers used to the structured programing approach don't transition well to oop. the old habits which have some remnants in syntax and style are minor. the abuse of broad scoping in variables, & method is already more annoying. the tendency of designing a class as a "module" which results in a monolithic class "do everything", the lack of encapsulation, the little use of inheritance (if ever), etc. are clearly a maintenance burden. even though a class designed in a "basic" way of thinking fulfills perfectly the requirements. the only problem is a higher maintenance effort.even an excellent implementation of basic will be subject to subtle side effects and will suffer some difficulties to cope with specs change. because it doesn't have the facilities of abstraction, inheritance, polymorphism, etc. that oop provides.and as unbelievable as it could appears, i know quite well basic actually (or may be too well?). i have learn oop and forced myself to think oop. writing good code that works is fine. writing robust code, side-effects free, which evolves better with lower maintenance is better achieved with oop.if you think basic can still fit your coding needs then, by all means use it. the comments below are pretty much similar to what i used to get from "old school" senior developers. i have no trouble of people getting the job done. but in a team working with oop language and some developers still think the "basic" way, that hinders the team efforts and set bad example for junior developers.
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