Originally posted by DannyUK:
not had a chance to try Audya as there is nobody local to me where I can find it to try it.
that's the problem with AUDYA (along with high high price)
how can one buy it if one can't try it?
maybe some people can, but ME, i need to test drive it (just like a car)
here in Manhattan, NY you think you'd find it at the major stores like B&H, Sam Ash, Guitar Ctr. Manny's (back in the day), etc.
Nope, the AUDYA's are not here in Manhattan,
Luckily i can drive to Mr. Sound,
I do realize that arrangers are not as big a market as workstations, but there is a reason, and part of it is lack of exposure and publicity, lack of clinics, etc.
Many more people probably would buy AUDYA IF they were available to play @ the music stores next to the Korg PA2X's, Roland's etc.,
just my $.02