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Hi Everyone, I've been using Logic for well over 20 years, but bounced around between various DAWs once they stopped making the PC version ages ago. I've been using Reaper for the past three years or so and I really like it. I could never get comfortable with Ableton - despite it being excellent software. Main thing for me was lack of customization for key commands. Anyway, Reaper has so many advantages for electronic music production, especially those requiring flexibility in routing or microedits: Excellent bounce in place functionality, ability to have effect chains on a per EVE
https://soundcloud.com/zhaozhou/zhaozhous-vocoder-test-14-nov-2014 it was designed to perform super well with super low saw waves like that one song in Syro *thanks Richard* it uses the same frequencies as a bode vocoder i spent the past four days actually coding this because i wasnt happy with any other vocoders. theres still room for improvement, lots of optimisation, etc and the code, for use in ReaJS //Vocoder 14 nov 2014 Thanks SaulT and Amateur Tools DSP //This plugin contains ideas and code techniques by RBJ, SaulT, Moog, Bode, Loser, etc. //USE AT OWN RISK. This plugin c
I really really love reaper. I feel like it's the daw, I've been missing for the past 9 or 10 years. I started off in Acid, and got really comfortable with it. Could make it do all sorts of cool stuff, but since then I have never really grown into any other DAW. I spent probably a good 7 years trying to get into Logic, but I never could. Read books, watched tuts, and always felt like it was constantly in my way. Recently Switched to Reaper, and holy fuck. It's so good. Can do ANYTHING, and it's usually easy to find the way to do so. Just makes sense to me. Love it! Who else here uses