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Question: I challenge thee! :-) picosong.com/4v9c/ [permalink]
Asked by Will (70.173.145.x) on December 18 2014, 3:00am

Question: lisp? [permalink]
Asked by andrew (193.173.216.x) on December 17 2014, 3:22pm
Reply on December 17 2014, 5:09pm:
    Lua?

Question: Did you get a microtonal guitar yet? :-) [permalink]
Asked by Aaro (173.209.211.x) on December 16 2014, 4:34pm
Reply on December 17 2014, 5:09pm:
    Hah no but sometimes tempted

Question: Are you going write anything outside of reaper? The world needs another fresh application from u! [permalink]
Asked by Goober (211.229.44.x) on December 15 2014, 7:08pm
Reply on December 17 2014, 5:10pm:
    If I find something I need, sure. There have been other things, but they don't quite have the same appeal to me. OSCII-bot and SnapEase come to mind.

Question: Fan of Bill Burr? [permalink]
Asked by Will (70.173.145.x) on December 15 2014, 9:51am
Reply on December 17 2014, 5:10pm:
    Nope

Question: Re theme: I missed that drop list so much, to the point I had to get creative... I forced ?styleid=4 and it worked... hope that helps... :) [permalink]
Asked by gio (94.70.4.x) on December 14 2014, 3:42am
Reply on December 17 2014, 5:10pm:
    Ah nice.

Question: It used to be easy to change the forum theme, where's the lovely drop list, is it gone? :/ [permalink]
Asked by gio (94.70.4.x) on December 11 2014, 10:01pm
Reply on December 13 2014, 7:52pm:
    Hmm yeah, I dunno when or how that changed, strange.

Question: What is your net worth? [permalink]
Asked by Lusher (202.161.246.x) on December 11 2014, 2:56pm
Reply on December 11 2014, 6:18pm:
    More than I need, I guess.

Question: Has AWS let you down in any way yet? [permalink]
Asked by Will (24.234.85.x) on December 10 2014, 9:08pm
Reply on December 11 2014, 6:18pm:
    Not in a very long time (*knocks on wood*)

Question: Are you working on version 5 of any software you develope? (Pay attention I didn´t named the one that caný be named, neither I intended to suggest any software in particular that can be used as a DAW for exemple. I just remembered this question because we are ending 2014, and 4-1=3+2=5, of course) [permalink]
Asked by TheRepaer (79.169.54.x) on December 9 2014, 6:16pm
Reply on December 10 2014, 2:46am:
    Yes, we're doing some stuff.

Question: Building new audio PC. Yes I am a reigstered Reaper user. Dual Xeon or single i7? [permalink]
Asked by duffman (107.131.144.x) on December 9 2014, 1:12pm
Reply on December 9 2014, 3:41pm:
    I'd imagine a single 4 core / 8 thread i7 at the highest clock rate you can get would be awesome.

Question: Exclude Reaper what was your favorite project that you worked on? [permalink]
Asked by Mustafa (123.215.133.x) on December 4 2014, 8:01pm
Reply on December 4 2014, 11:44pm:
    I suppose in many ways NINJAM is my favorite, especially since it was knocked out so quick and is still quite usable many years later.

Question: What do you think of https://popcorntime.io/ Can you make some thing better? [permalink]
Asked by LubeBoy (71.227.30.x) on December 4 2014, 7:58pm
Reply on December 4 2014, 11:44pm:
    That's not really my bag, LubeBoy.

Question: Do you find it odd that REAPER users very boldly ignore the note directly above about NOT ASKING QUESTIONS ABOUT REAPER? [permalink]
Asked by Will (24.234.85.x) on December 4 2014, 6:28pm
Reply on December 4 2014, 6:38pm:
    Yeah, many people ignore what the internet has to say. I'm sure I'm guilty too, reading articles and only remembering the bits that speak to me, skimming the rest.

Question: full text below: [permalink]
Asked by Bald Tarantula (184.162.143.x) on December 4 2014, 4:15pm
Reply on December 4 2014, 4:42pm (edited at December 4 2014, 4:44pm):
    Full question:
      I keep reading that the phil behind R's dev is to add features the devs want to use themselves. I assume this is to keep the job motivating, but I can't help to feel a bit uncomfortable everytime I read that. In practice, R's dev and support is one of the best I've experienced, but again, that statement rubs me the wrong way. Is it unreasonable to expect a bit more influence as a paying customer? Does this mean it is possible that the most requested features never get implemented because the devs don't find them useful?


    In an ideal world paying customers (and indeed evaluating users) would get everything they ever desire, but life is full of compromises, and it's also very difficult to implement features well without using them. Our goal is not necessarily to implement everything that everybody wants (an impossibility), but to do some things and do them well.

    This brings an important point: I think it's essential when purchasing software to understand that you are purchasing a license for the software as it is today, not necessarily some fantasy of what you want it to be, nor the ability to influence its future.

Question: Did you learn C++ and PHP by yourself? [permalink]
Asked by Steve (114.141.91.x) on December 3 2014, 12:46pm
Reply on December 4 2014, 3:18am:
    I didn't have a teacher, but I have read a lot of books and other code. Or if you meant, while alone, then sometimes yes...

Question: Will Reaper 5.0 look so stylish like Fl Studio? or Studio one? When will the alpha stage of development begin, i remember for reaper 4.0 it took over 7 months for final release, will it take such a long time for development this time? will there be a reaper 4.99? [permalink]
Asked by Madan (123.201.214.x) on December 3 2014, 4:33am
Reply on December 4 2014, 3:18am:
    We will see! I hope the cycle isn't so long, a couple of months should be plenty.

Question: i requested for few features in feature request thread in reaper forum. will you read all those feature request in that thread and decide when u add a feature for reaper 5.0? how you will conclude that a feature is essential and how you take decision to add them? [permalink]
Asked by Madan (123.201.214.x) on December 2 2014, 8:11pm
Reply on December 2 2014, 10:30pm:
    We read as much as we can regarding feature requests, but I can't honestly say that we read every forum post. As far as choosing features go, we definitely take requests in to consideration, but a lot of it comes down to what we (as both REAPER developers and users) want to use. There are plenty of things that we end up adding that we don't use much as users, but those instances are not the majority.

Question: What is your biggest fear? [permalink]
Asked by Will (24.234.85.x) on December 1 2014, 10:10pm
Reply on December 2 2014, 10:27pm:
    I've struggled to answer this question, it seems that I'm not a very fear-oriented person.

Question: "Bigwig Studio" A Daw which does better than reaper. Do you agree? why reaper doesn't have enough feature when compared to some top professional daw? [permalink]
Asked by Ravi (123.201.63.x) on December 1 2014, 9:14pm
Reply on December 1 2014, 10:13pm:
    Define "does better"? I think in a great number of ways (but clearly not every way imaginable) REAPER is the best daw in the universe.
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