Posted: Mon May 11, 2009 10:07 pm
yeah, thanks for the nice opinion i agree for what you said.. now know..tadennis wrote:I don't mean to turn this into an ongoing argument here, but I have, in fact , reread the posts in question -- It seems that the reply is always the same: "It will take some time," which is as vague an answer as I can possibly imagine, just short of evading the question all together. Your avoidance of listing an actual quantifiable time frame seems to me suspicious. I understand your not wanting to list a specific date of release and then not being able to deliver the goods, but certainly you're able to estimate at least a range of, say, "three months," or "a year from now..." etc.
And as far as the complexity of altering the code to conform to AU requirements, I can certainly understand that that is the case is Phoscyon, given that it's been around for several years now and perhaps AU was not quite the standard it is nowadays -- the VST vs AU race seemed a little less balanced just a couple years ago. But as for Drumazon, well I can't image not having taken into account AU in its very RECENT development.
Admittedly, I am a musician, not a computer programmer so, although I have a great deal of respect for the work that you people do, I have a tendency to take for granted the blood, sweat and tears I'm sure must go into each project.
I suppose what I'm looking for here is a little less vagueness and an attempt, at least, at giving us something more than a dangling carrot.
Thanks again for you time,
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