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Re: OT: New MBP... or not? (Firewire still necessary?)

Checked out Reaper briefly yesterday night and it has some exciting
functions for fun experimentation! Like the option to direct pitch of
an audio track from whatever recorded on a MIDI instrument track. Or
how about an instant envelope follow function that can be assigned to
any parameter of any plugin of function! Holy shit - that's cool

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
www.looproom.com internet music hub

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 9:00 AM, Buzap Buzap <buzap@gmx.net> wrote:
> Hey Luis
>> reaper certainly look nice,though i suppose is not full production ready
>> like logic with drum loops etc.which would be nice in doing quick demos
>> for other people.
> No, it's not, you'd have to get another package like i.e. Native 
>Instruments Komplete. But it's very straightforward and stable which is 
>also good for deadlines, I guess.
> For "ready for demo", Logic is really great. When writing new stuff, I 
>first start putting together some Apple Loops and take it from there. 
>Really speeds up the process. (Ableton probably also very fast).
>> on the other hand i dont have much time to learn complicated software
> Then, give Propellerheads Record (+Reason) a try. It's really easy to 
>use and has a nice integrated SSL mixing console :)