So, if Tommy uses a Mac, most likely, he's stoked:<br>http://www.adequacy.net/reviews/g/tommyguerrero.shtml<br><br>PS<br>Bush (the decoy) lies. His folks are evil. The whole system is a wash w/corruption, on the quiet and w/computers...<br><br>How f_cked up is your breathing supposed to be?
easy<br>ST does what GB doesnt<br>Movies - Import of movies and scoring<br>Sample rates of 32, 44, 48 and 96 khz at 16 and 24 bit<br>Export at said bit rates to both aiff and QT movies<br>Integration with FCP<br>Export of tracks not just to iTunes in 1 sample and Bit rate<br>Full automation of parameters (GB only does Volume)<br>Multiple tempo point adjustment<br>and so on.<br><br>at first look they may seem similar but they are very different apps.<br><br><br><br>
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