Those of you working off of a Windows workstation, what tools are you using for recording and production?
@nixer The only thing I do on Windows is "The Studio"; currently only Hindenburg Lite for recording, and necessary bits for the MOTU Ultralite Mk4 to get the sound done as best as I can.
As quickly as I can, I transfer the output (.wav and .mp3s) over to my Linux box.
@mikeneumann I was working from linux, and jumping back and forth to windows since it's my only machine. I've fried it a couple times tinkering with dual boot stuff and need the machine for my day job so I'm going to stick to Windows until I can afford another machine or quit my day job..lol
@nixer I just picked up an old Dell Precision T3610 from some Craigslister a few years ago and I dual-boot WIndows/Ubuntu. I only use WIndows to fiddle in Visual Studio and to edit the teams repo for PC20 because the Github app on Win makes more sense to me. :)
My work machine is off limits to this stuff. That machine is owned/managed by The Man.
@mikeneumann lol...you know the github desktop app is available in linux as a flatpak.. maybe a snap also.
I suffer from Distrohopperitis.. once I have Linux installed all I want to do is try all the new shiny stuff and switch around distros and desktops, which I am weak and cannot resist..lol
@nixer I'm trying to learn to love Sublime Merge on Linux. It exposes a lot of git that I don't care about/am not rated for. 😂
@mikeneumann I haven't used merge... I was a big fan of Sublime Text back in the day before VSCode dethroned it.
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