Been wanting to ask this question for a while now but didn't want to upset anyone!!! LOL!!!
However: seeing as there seems to be some "Mixcraft bashing" going on here I thought I may just jump in while the going is good!!! LOL!!!
The above being said: let ME just say that I'm a 1 000 000% Mixcraft happy customer and have no intention of switching DAWs for any reason whatsoever (and that thread about updating the GUI is really pis*ing me off too i.e. one of the reasons that Mixcraft is indeed as responsive as it is is BECAUSE the GUI is basic and doesn't need sh*tpiles or useless large graphics to display buttons and cr*p). And anybody that thinks I'm talking nonsense needs to just think back to how responsive Windows USED to be as compared to now.
Alright. Personal bit*h session over so here's my question(s) below.
I'm just really curious to know what this is all about:
It's a link to Cakewalk which is now APPARENTLY free.
Has anybody downloaded and installed this thing and, if so, does it interfere with anything (Mixcraft most importantly)???
I have two reasons for asking the first being curiosity (Cakewalk was the "first" was it not???) and the second being that it could be useful for testing purposes (in much the same way as I use Ableton Live Lite i.e. purely for testing purposes of MIDI controllers maybe, sound file comparison, that type of thing).