Based on member demand, The Gear Page is pleased to announce that our Apparel Merch Shop is now open. The shop’s link is in the blue Navigation bar (on the right side), “Shop,” with t-shirts, hats, neck buffs, and stickers to start. Here’s the direct link: www.thegearpageshop.com
You’ll find exclusive high-quality apparel and merchandise; all items are ethical, sustainably produced, and we will be continuously sourcing and adding new choices.
We can ship internationally. All shipping is at cost.
Originally posted by Tim Z
Samplitude 6 for $99 is a GREAT BUY!! I've used and worked with almost every app out there, and Samp is by far my favourite. Plus with Samp, you don't need any other apps for editing, mastering and burning to CD. Also, once you get vs 6, you can upgrade to vs 7 and/or 8 for a reduced price.
Personally, I found the basic learning curve of Samp to be really easy. But Samp is a VERY DEEP program and can take a long time to get familair with all of its features. Samp also has a different way of doing some things (i.e. object editing), but once you get used to them, you will realize how brilliant it is and never want to do without again. I was using Nuendo on a CD for a local band a couple of years back and got Samp 6.0 half way during the project. I found it way faster and easier to work with and ended up finishing the project on Samp. Also, MANY people feel that Samp sounds better than most other apps.Originally posted by tedm
Hows the learning curve for samp 6? and does it do 24/192 with ease?
What does 7 have that 6 doesn't?