Attached is a link to my latest blog where I explain some of the misconceptions about PT being better than other DAW's and Analog Tape being more accurate than digital.
I know that these have been beat to death on here and I've learned alot from the recent threads (that are always entertaining to say the least) and my own personal experience of course. But I wanted to write it down so every time someone looks at me so confused that I charge my clients, but don't use Pro Tools, and for musicians that want to record to tape just because some other engineer told them some BS analogy like analog vs digital is like a Rolex vs clock where the second hand jumps to next second, I can point them to it.What is the difference between analog and digital signals? | Answerbag
I want to get some input/comments from you professionals on the validity of my statements to make sure I'm not leading anyone astray or lying to myself.
Heres the aforementioned blog: The Endless battle of Misconceptions about Pro Tools and Tape Recorders