RE: Obscure Audio Software: Plogue Bidule
Very interesting. I am currently setting up a home studio, I am more of a Reason, Cubase, FL and Protools person. But I have been looking out for other flexible or not too rigid programmes I can experiment with. This is the first time i am hearing about this DAW and if it does this:
"Plugins can be included in groups as well. For an example, you could bundle some oscillators, envlopes, and filters together to make your own synth".
Then I think I will have to consider checking it out. I would love you to make an article on other DAWS, you could as well talk about why Protools is regarded as the industry's standard (only if you regard it too). I will follow you and also resteem this. Much love from Nigeria.