>>82738701>basically it's like preferring a traditional instrument to electronic stuff
That's why I said you should just use a regular instrument.>i explained already but basically #dawless allows you to avoid staring at a screen and autistically tweak settings
What are you trying to do? If you want to play around on a synth then there is nothing more you need than the soft synth... but if you are trying to actually compose a song then you are a fucking retard if you don't use a DAW. How would you record multiple tracks, FFMPEG? Audacity? I don't understand your point to this. You could also just use a hardware sequencer but if I were to guess your point then I would assume you aren't actually trying to compose.>peovide a more hands on workflow>work directly with the instrument
So you basically just want to use the synth... why do you even like "electronic/computer music" then? Either play a fucking instrument/synth or compose/record a song.>sometimes it's nice to create within the limits of one (or a few) machines
Again what are you trying to do? If you had a guitar and drums you could either use both or not but it would make no sense to say you shouldn't record them if you are trying to use them both. All a DAW is, is a way to link sound together to form a song, if you dont want to make a song with multiple instruments fine but if you do then there is no fucking reason not to use a DAW to at least record tracks, let alone sync MIDI to synths and effects.
Forgive me zoomers this faggot isn't a zoomer he's just a fucking hipster nigger.