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Dedicated subforums for Cubase/Logic/the major DAWs?

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I believe Gearslutz had a solution where there were specific subforums for the main DAWs, but where all other posts (eg threads comparing DAWs) were listed under the overview of all the subforums (where it now says "There are no posts in this forum".

That would, IMO, be a better solution than the current GS solution.

Maybe one of these add-on does what you describe?

https://xenforo.com/community/resources/wms-cascading-thread-listings.5011/
https://xenforo.com/community/resources/aggregating-forums.6633/

I like it all in one room, plus sometimes the topics overlap, Logic users are interested in things being discussed related to other DAW's, many people on this forum are using more than one DAW over time.
See above, Dewdman... I think we could have both that and dedicated forums.
 
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This section isn't busy enough to require splitting up
Yet there are several subforums here which less than 100 threads. Agree that too many subforums easily can be too much, but if all the DAW subforums would be placed inside the main DAW subforum, I don't think that would cause too much clutter.
 

jcrosby

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Having them as sub forums of a dedicated DAW forum makes the most sense...

Also agree with lots of previous comments... I often search here long before I dig through Logic Pro help, abletons forum, etc... Overall it’s a great idea.
 

AndreasHe

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I would really like a subforum for

Studio One

I know the presonus forum, but it is not good to be honest and the community here is better. So I usually want to talk here, not at presonus.

I also want to subscribe to such a subforum to help others. But I don't want to subscribe to a general daw forum.

A way between maybe would be to subscribe to tags. But it seems not to be possible and often users forget to set tags with their posts.
 
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