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Re: OT: New MBP... or not? (Firewire still necessary?)
>Then, give Propellerheads Record (+Reason) a try. It's really easy to
use and has a >nice integrated SSL mixing console :)
I was a beta tester for Record and it was a pretty nice app. My issue was that it can't hose VSTs or DX fx. I'm hooked on Reaper.
On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 3:00 AM, Buzap Buzap <email@example.com>
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.
> 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.
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).
Then, give Propellerheads Record (+Reason) a try. It's really easy to use and has a nice integrated SSL mixing console :)
> on the other hand i dont have much time to learn complicated software