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  • Posted by deee (183.89.38.x) on February 21 2020, 5:33am in 5010:
    i can give some hints .. not really focus on speed more on precision and technique, speed comes naturally then

  • Posted by Abhi (106.212.156.x) on February 20 2020, 11:19am in 5011:
    @Justin which drum machine plugin you recommend?

  • Posted by Abhi (106.212.156.x) on February 20 2020, 11:18am in 5013:
    @Vitali what's that? give me link, please. But it's only for programmers? Because I come even before than a beginner in programming XD

  • Posted by Abhi (106.212.156.x) on February 20 2020, 11:16am in 5014:
    I thought you would go for Audio-Technica studio headphones because everyone recommends this headphone XD

  • Posted by Vitali (148.81.197.x) on February 19 2020, 8:51pm in 5013:
    @Abhi you know there is a streaming service for programmers. :)

  • Posted by 2020 (95.151.177.x) on February 17 2020, 8:16pm in 5010:
    world's fastest drummer or extreme sport drumming is a competition+ check world records, some are going well over 1000+taps with the drummometer! youtu.be/Q9FrW-Wr-ds

  • Posted by Rob The Questioner (213.205.242.x) on February 17 2020, 6:37pm in 5009:
    No worries.

  • Posted by 2020 (95.151.177.x) on February 16 2020, 11:09pm in 5008:
    yes..trust is important for a lots it seems- hypnosis,or that state of awareness,is quite natural >the effects on peoples lives can clearly be seen+heard online. alba being a great example *(imo) >be well!

  • Posted by nofish (89.247.253.x) on February 12 2020, 2:57am in 4999:
    @Mespotine: The SWS version on Lol is kinda obsolete/superseded by the current SWS beta anyway (also contains Justin's commits + some other stuff/fixes).).

  • Posted by Zacki (80.132.99.x) on February 7 2020, 9:13pm in 4987:
    Hehe. Reminds me on an idea I once read. Someone wanted to use a microcontroller in the studio. If the controller receives no MIDI for longer than 30 minutes, the controller starts the coffee machine and sends random notes with 127 velocity on all 16 channels :-) But for this no ARM µC is necessary, a small 8-bit would be more than enough.

  • Posted by nofish (89.247.253.x) on February 5 2020, 4:28pm in 4989:
    I'll contact MythBusters soonish! xD

  • Posted by Justin on February 5 2020, 6:12am in 4991:
    ah yes my not understanding wasn’t due to no vs not... but yeah it’s a good joke. and it sort of ties into the whole modern notion that we are likely a simulation anyway....

  • Posted by Dudesky (173.239.232.x) on February 4 2020, 12:27pm in 4991:
    In principle, any joke should never be explained, but people who've read some of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, a book full of things meant to be goofy jokes, such as 42, will latch on to 42 as the only answer to the question "What's the meaning of life?", which itself is many times asked as a joke.

  • Posted by Dudesky (173.239.232.x) on February 4 2020, 12:26pm in 4991:
    "Not". One mispelled word can make a person sound like a non-English speaker. "No" was very reasonably misspelled because typing fast, the "t" got dropped, and no changes could be made after clicking the submit button. Semantically, though, "no" and "not" before "understand" are equivalent. Misspellings and phrases such as "I dunt standunder" show that natural language is very fault tolerant.

  • Posted by Ryan (154.5.28.x) on February 4 2020, 12:45am in 4980:
    I'll keep digging. :) DAWbench podcast w/ you had some useful stuff on this.

  • Posted by Abhi (117.207.139.x) on February 2 2020, 4:32pm in 4983:
    @Vitali Thank you so much for this. I am watching these videos right now. But I actually found 2 proper dedicated free softwares for 2D animation, SynfigStudio and Pencil2D. I will also try to make in REAPER. But tbh, keep REAPER for music only, and not make it video production and animation software. Tomorrow, someone will make REAPER as word processing or spreadsheet software, then something else (shhhhh, a secret... REAPER also has two basic games, maybe someone will make it as a gaming console XD)

  • Posted by Dudesky (173.239.232.x) on January 31 2020, 11:53pm in 4974:
    People who don't understand that a person isn't the state.

  • Posted by Dudesky (173.239.232.x) on January 31 2020, 11:50pm in 4931:
    The link didn't get put in correct. A person can only do so much to help people understand the importance of giving correct answers.

  • Posted by Dudesky (173.239.232.x) on January 31 2020, 11:48pm in 4931:
    The correct answer is always "42". Any other answer means you don't know the joke. If you don't know the joke see simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/42_answer) . Maintaining the joke is very important.

  • Posted by Vitali (157.25.76.x) on January 30 2020, 3:32pm in 4983:
    @Abhi You'll find some tutorials here: youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDcJVl9...

  • Posted by Vitali (157.25.76.x) on January 30 2020, 3:27pm in 4983:
    @Abhi you can do it in Reaper ;)

  • Posted by Stuart (178.93.229.x) on January 29 2020, 10:55pm in 4982:
    "WN: And thats your new software company, Cockos? Is there an etymology behind that? Frankel: It sort of evolved out of mis-hearing a quote from the movie Office Space.... I dont want to get too much more into it other than that, but if people go watch that film...." Doesn't really answer the question either.

  • Posted by Pony (78.152.169.x) on January 29 2020, 3:46pm in 4985:
    Yes, already figured out by trial&fail )). Thank You for answering.

  • Posted by Abhi (117.234.209.x) on January 27 2020, 5:24am in 4978:
    Maybe, he meant Midtown Madness XD

  • Posted by Your Name (178.93.229.x) on January 25 2020, 3:05pm in 4974:
    The reply "depends on what you mean" is evasive, the definition or a description is laid out in the US Constitution, i guess the view of the public Web forums as private property should go, the admin may covertly and cowardly ban a user whose opinion they doesn't like but should not be able to impose rules restricting freedom of speech

  • Posted by 2020 (2.25.95.x) on January 21 2020, 11:19am in 4974:
    hmm=ridiculous.. some say "if you can't beat them,join them". i guess that applies here.... goodbye.

  • Posted by Justin on January 20 2020, 3:31pm in 4974:
    It's a complicated subject, especially on the internet which becomes effectively private property. E.g. I may want to censor/delete comments on this web site I run...

  • Posted by 2020 (2.25.95.x) on January 20 2020, 11:59am in 4974:
    uk: tommy robinson+ the global ufo/uap + online forum+chatroom bans,deletions or censorships as blatant examples..? :/ ?

  • Posted by 2020 (2.25.95.x) on January 20 2020, 11:54am in 4974:
    well apparently..Freedom of speech is a principle that supports the freedom of an individual or a community to articulate their opinions and ideas without fear of retaliation, censorship, or legal sanction.

  • Posted by 2020 (31.124.45.x) on January 9 2020, 3:47pm in 4966:
    aye..fractals can be chaotic and fairly randomized too! ( photos.google.com/share/AF1QipNRCA...) if you have time to scroll through..some more reaper inspired renders appear. > hopefully to inspire you too!

  • Posted by EcBaPr (119.18.2.x) on January 9 2020, 6:40am in 4959:
    agreed.. its a fascinating engineering challenge IMO but when i stop and think of all the variables to navigate complex areas that are often poorly designed like certain carparks it makes you wonder about the timeline to accomplish.

  • Posted by bUGGYbUG (104.236.195.x) on January 3 2020, 2:48pm in 4956:
    omg thank you so much. my solo in front was on. i was so frustated and instead of soloing, i was just muting all other tracks as a workaround. and sorry but I was even considering switching to another DAW. i thought you guys changed something. maybe i accidentally turned on that option. can you tell me what this feature is used for??

  • Posted by 2020 (31.124.45.x) on December 29 2019, 11:53am in 4948:
    lol! ok...1 swift kick up the rear end coming your way!! =) have a great newyear!!

  • Posted by ZHARQ (82.102.20.x) on December 29 2019, 9:36am in 4592:
    Please release x64 of ReaPlaylister or sauce

  • Posted by Dana (d4) (173.228.58.x) on December 28 2019, 10:00pm in 4920:
    Major refactoring, it's probably obvious, is really aided by quick reliable automated testing. Depending on project size and structure, a distributed build system with caching can really pay off. Setting that up, if needed, might be more feasible as a limited-term contribution, but still requires familiarity and concerted effort.

  • Posted by Dana (d4) (173.228.58.x) on December 28 2019, 8:00pm in 4920:
    I've spent most of my software-engineering career so far reducing technical debt, and it's always been a focused effort by folks deeply involved in the project.

  • Posted by Jesse (74.105.134.x) on December 25 2019, 9:29pm in 4946:
    Maybe I can come meet you after a show? jbcse.com

  • Posted by Mespotine (79.216.187.x) on December 23 2019, 5:52pm in 4916:
    I think, he's doing a radio show on a commercial station and would like to know, if it's ok to use your music in that context. I think, at least.

  • Posted by Still Vincent (82.255.50.x) on December 23 2019, 2:08pm in 4868:
    Mmm does it actually works ? Seems to make no difference beetween channels here...

  • Posted by Reaper6IsSoGood (117.197.4.x) on December 22 2019, 4:11pm in 4938:
    Hey, nice song :) just add a fade effect at last to end the song slowly?

  • Posted by wasereb4 (89.247.253.x) on December 22 2019, 4:05am in 4940:

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 21 2019, 12:58pm in 4938:
    Thanks! Definitely helps.

  • Posted by David (70.24.238.x) on December 21 2019, 8:22am in 4941:
    And Merry Christmas!

  • Posted by David (70.24.238.x) on December 21 2019, 8:20am in 4941:
    Thanks that worked fabulously well. I know you must hear it often at this point, but thank you sincerely for your honest work with Reaper and accessibility. Plus I love your music. I'm happy to be able to use rewire32 still!

  • Posted by Justin on December 20 2019, 11:07pm in 4938:
    The vocal tuning is definitely too much! Oof. Maybe put a synth lead at the correct pitch along with your voice to help it out? :) The vinyl sound is also a bit distracting. I like the bass.

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 20 2019, 5:59pm in 4938:

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 20 2019, 5:58pm in 4938:
    Song cover. Not sure if the highs on my voice are too much, if the double bass is too muddy and if there's anything bad I'm not picking up on. The vocal tuning is probably too much but I almost feel like being really obvious with it is more honest :D

  • Posted by The Rise of Reatard (78.152.169.x) on December 20 2019, 11:10am in 4936:
    me looked in REAPER everywhere, tried to open different windows and preferences, me can't understand, where me should insert audio cassette?

  • Posted by Billy (184.75.221.x) on December 18 2019, 11:01pm in 4930:
    Whether I nut depends on your mom's structuring.

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 18 2019, 5:50pm in 4934:
    Eh, I'll just buy the new license as soon as I have my credit card near me :p

  • Posted by Daniel (103.12.200.x) on December 17 2019, 12:20am in 4929:
    It's digital (Firewire). I think the problem is due to the gain staging for lots of headroom through the main speakers (which I don't want to change). I have since discovered Windows APO's, and this software: sourceforge.net/projects/equalizerapo/

  • Posted by Justin on December 16 2019, 3:14pm in 4929:
    Hmm, is the connection from the mixer to the computer digital or analog? You could put gain in the record FX on the REAPER side, but if the mixer is outputting too low I'd try to fix that.

  • Posted by Daniel (103.12.200.x) on December 16 2019, 4:55am in 4929:
    Yes, our church records the sermon from the mixer (Firewire), but the signal is very low and I think this is causing the recording to fail. I want something to sit in between the mixer and the software that adds gain before it hits the software.

  • Posted by haribol aaron (174.28.53.x) on December 16 2019, 4:07am in 4807:
    Haha, I was asking about bhakti-yoga because bhakti-yoga is actually a science of developing a loving relationship with God, which is Jesus' foremost commandment. Physical postures / exercises, what most people think of as "yoga", is only a small portion of yoga as a whole. Yoga, the word, means "union", and the ultimate goal is union with God, in loving relationship. Kirtan is a practice of singing glorification to God, and God's names, and a main practice of bhakti. Cool you're into running tho :)

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 16 2019, 12:17am in 4927:
    Depending on your definition of "can play it" and "trombone" (seriously), I might qualify. :p

  • Posted by Justin on December 14 2019, 4:10pm in 4927:
    Oh sorry, I didn't mean the instrument itself, more someone who can play it is needed! :) As far as instruments themselves, maybe Tuba?

  • Posted by betech (31.124.45.x) on December 14 2019, 1:06pm in 4927:
    ohhh ok! ..a trombone will become available! (actually seeing you on double bass! :p ) ty.

  • Posted by eubn (151.46.138.x) on December 12 2019, 5:48pm in 4925:
    Crystal clear! Thanks.

  • Posted by Justin on December 12 2019, 1:10pm in 4925:
    ...and that's just for processing that has to be done in realtime (input monitoring, or whatever). If any of those tracks aren't input monitoring, you could actually render them a few blocks ahead asynchronously, then when the time comes to render the audio block, they wouldn't really have to be processed, the block would already be done

  • Posted by Justin on December 12 2019, 1:09pm in 4925:
    The thing is, you might have more tracks than threads, so really you want to have a work queue, and have each thread pull a track from the queue and process it and then ask for more. Also the main audio thread should be one of those workers, too, you don't want it spinning when it could be doing legit work! Anyway once there's no more work to be done, and all of the worker threads have completed, you can combine the results. But that's just for parallelizing track FX processing

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 12 2019, 6:33am in 4925:
    And also again I don't want to be too much of a bother; if you feel like you're becoming like an unpaid university professor just tell me to heck off :p

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 12 2019, 6:31am in 4925:
    Folder D and track E go into the master channel. The audio thread asks three threads from the pool to work on A, B and C. It spinlocks until they're all computed, then it asks a thread from the pool to do the mixing into D and a thread from the pool to do the work for track E. It spinlocks until both are done, and then does the mixing of D and E and the processing for the master track. Am I completely off track or is this roughly it?

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 12 2019, 6:28am in 4925:
    Sure! If the comments here work for you, they're fine for me. I'll also maybe ask some question on the cockos forum, lots of smart people there. A DAG is a directed acyclic graph. What I assume happens is this: you have the audio thread plus a pool of N-1 threads where N is the amount of native threads always. Then you order all the the tracks in the order they must be processed, Concrete example might be easier: first we have to completely work on tracks A, B and C which go into folder D. (1/?)

  • Posted by schwa (24.161.101.x) on December 11 2019, 8:41pm in 4920:
    Technical interest rates are low, so the technical debt is not a big deal.

  • Posted by eubn (79.40.196.x) on December 11 2019, 11:57am in 4922:
    Sweet! That clears up all the confusion. Thanks.

  • Posted by MS from Sweden (62.101.36.x) on December 10 2019, 3:37am in 4917:
    Someone else on Reddit had problem using Paypal today. Maybe it is the same issue. reddit.com/r/Reaper/comments/e89j5...

  • Posted by EvilDragon (141.138.35.x) on December 9 2019, 10:00pm in 4910:
    Having none of them themed would be an absolute nightmare for dark themes, though... As you might imagine. But I'm not sure if I got a direct answer to the question, which is - is it a huge chore to make it consistent due to some implementation hassle? :)

  • Posted by Justin on December 1 2019, 12:25am in 4897:
    This is in 5.99 and will be in 6.0 too! bewired -- we have no intention of removing rewire support from REAPER any time in the near or distant future

  • Posted by bewired (2.26.240.x) on November 24 2019, 2:59am in 4897:
    as win user,knowing a little of rewire use- "will reaper continue full rewire support in future,as pheads show no more supporting that protocol from now on??" cheerz

  • Posted by Alexandre Desroches (207.164.92.x) on November 23 2019, 1:09pm in 4895:
    Interesting. And do you have long term support plans for REAPER? Like is that your baby and will stay as long as you are coding?

  • Posted by David (70.24.238.x) on November 23 2019, 1:25am in 4897:
    Oh that'd be great! Thank you Justin!

  • Posted by who1981 (99.203.114.x) on November 22 2019, 7:15pm in 4890:

  • Posted by Justin on November 22 2019, 12:35am in 4894:
    It's cool, as long as our EULA is respected and things are done nicely (respect to users etc)

  • Posted by iamyouami (2.26.240.x) on November 21 2019, 11:50pm in 4894:
    nice..but does that not actually reaper's break terms of service? seems a bit..odd.. =)

  • Posted by iamyouami (2.26.240.x) on November 18 2019, 6:48pm in 4892:
    lol..glad it was obvious! lol@ davidmitchell+peep show humour..(some get it some do not) thankyou.

  • Posted by Justin on November 18 2019, 3:42pm in 4892:
    ah well obviously rebellion then! giphy.com/gifs/david-mitchell-that...

  • Posted by iamyouami (2.25.95.x) on November 18 2019, 10:37am in 4892:
    speaking galactically! as in: jedi -or- sith supporter!! ? 1 must choose a side..or..? =)

  • Posted by Pony (78.152.169.x) on November 15 2019, 12:18pm in 4888:
    I see a lot of people critisizing UEFI, especially linux users, cheapskatesguide.org/articles/uefi.htmlfor example, never thought, that windows update can potentially brick computer, which uses UEFI

  • Posted by Will (50.84.190.x) on November 14 2019, 10:14pm in 4885:
    I would, you handsome devil.

  • Posted by Gio (79.130.175.x) on November 14 2019, 6:08pm in 4887:
    Thank god I asked, I missed it... now it makes sense, thank you.

  • Posted by Vitali (148.81.197.x) on November 6 2019, 10:04pm in 4877:
    I consider Reaper one of the most logical/intuitive program. The look is also not bad.

  • Posted by blight (2.25.95.x) on November 6 2019, 12:01am in 4876:
    :/ top 4 results on bing today> Reaper - Reaper Alternative - Quick Install - Easy to Use Download nch.com.au/software +REAPER | Audio Production Without Limits reaper.fm+Reaper (TV Series 2007–2009) - IMDb imdb.com/title/tt0955322+Reaper | Overwatch Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia overwatch.fandom.com/wiki/Reaper.. it used to be worse,maybe it had some effect.?

  • Posted by Tobias (195.81.221.x) on November 5 2019, 9:52am in 4875:
    Thanks. What would you say are "nontrivial" calculations in a typical mix project?

  • Posted by eubn (82.63.118.x) on November 4 2019, 3:46pm in 4874:
    Thanks anyway. :)

  • Posted by eubn (82.63.118.x) on November 3 2019, 12:38pm in 4872:
    Jesús, spotify actually already does this and uses it as part of their recommendation pipeline. See, for example, benanne.github.io/2014/08/05/spoti...

  • Posted by John (93.136.116.x) on November 3 2019, 6:06am in 4872:
    Jesus my man...some kind of work must be done. We all want to be the bosses and all, but sometimes our karma is such that we simply need to start first. Just start doing what your heart desires and I'm sure you'll find the right way!

  • Posted by Jesús (79.159.144.x) on November 2 2019, 2:21am in 4872:
    Is not so easy! That would involve lots of hours and resources. I am thinking about taking an open source project and recruit people for a fork. What do you think? Any suggestions?

  • Posted by Vincent (82.255.50.x) on October 30 2019, 8:58am in 4868:
    Thank you

  • Posted by wasereb4 (94.134.90.x) on October 30 2019, 2:03am in 4865:
    Reading your answer I looked up bitkeeper and how it (in a way) led to the creation of git. Quite interesting, thanks.

  • Posted by Justin on October 23 2019, 1:56pm in 4861:
    At this point it's all been people who were active in the community and altogether very helpful. Christophe also started working on REAPER initially with me, as we had worked together before on Winamp stuff.

  • Posted by bunique (95.149.70.x) on October 23 2019, 9:58am in 4861:
    heh- surely the team was hand picked from many possible choices? -- just interested in what made a team member 'notably worthy' for cockos..? friends perhaps? family?

  • Posted by fladd (62.140.137.x) on October 21 2019, 7:31am in 4850:
    Telegram is, as far as I know, just another closed silo. Matrix ( the network for which Riot is a client) is a federated protocol (like email) that does not rely on a single server and it can be bridged to other protocols as well (e.g. IRC or Slack).

  • Posted by Christof (193.170.190.x) on October 16 2019, 8:41pm in 4855:
    Ha! Looks like OSX doesn't support unnamed semaphores, but apparantly you can achieve the same thing with GCD's dispatch_semaphore_t. Anyway, I'll try to implement it and benchmark against the socket implementation (but not before December). Actually, I thought 32-bit plugins are mainly a Windows thing, but then I got some feature requests from macOS users who still use 32-bit plugins (and they won't upgrade to Catalina :-D)

  • Posted by Justin on October 16 2019, 7:45pm in 4855:
    Heh if you want to convert it and see if shm/semaphore is faster, be my guest ;) What about on macOS?

  • Posted by Christof (193.170.190.x) on October 16 2019, 5:44pm in 4855:
    I see! I did some quick searching and it looks like you can use a pthreads semaphore across processes, see stackoverflow.com/questions/143642...or man7.org/linux/man-pages/man3/sem_...

  • Posted by Justin on October 16 2019, 5:08pm in 4855:
    Ah yeah, because you ended up having to use a socket in order to synchronize (the equivalent of a named event which is used on Windows), so might as well shove the data through there anyway, which works well.

  • Posted by Christof (193.170.190.x) on October 16 2019, 5:05pm in 4855:
    No worries! Now that I had a look a the sources, the non-Windows version of the shared memory interface uses sockets instead of actual shared memory (via shm_open), is there a specific reason for this?

  • Posted by Justin on October 16 2019, 3:42pm in 4855:
    Sorry it's so poorly documented...

  • Posted by Christof (193.170.190.x) on October 16 2019, 2:52pm in 4855:
    Awesome, thanks! Great to see it's part of WDL, so I don't have to use Boost :-)

  • Posted by Vitali (148.81.197.x) on October 14 2019, 10:36pm in 4850:
    How is it better than Telegram?

  • Posted by Pony (46.252.214.x) on October 14 2019, 4:18pm in 4851:
    It looks like a real pain, if they do this a necessary step - it will be a disaster for apple, many small app developers may not want to deal with it, especially those, who's main platform is Windows or Linux and if they don't really care about Mac. I have found few tools(fastlane, electron-notarize) on github, which can streamline notarization process a bit, maybe they will figure out how to do this without actual xcode app in future.

  • Posted by DoubleD (79.140.127.x) on October 11 2019, 9:57am in 4816:
    you can use xcode 10.1 on 10.13 to go through the process - it's still a clusterfuckshitfest though, I agree. Thanks for everything you have ever made.

  • Posted by verbalist (31.124.45.x) on October 9 2019, 11:14am in 4843:
    yes- as a user it all seems to 'work' nice... you may be able to join some dots here.. to make a very pretty picture... tech moves >>forward eh.?

  • Posted by Justin on September 30 2019, 4:19pm in 4834:
    Even 64 bytes is pretty small and fast, if you manage your allocations right. If you have 1000 tracks that's 64kb, which is TINY. :)

  • Posted by Pony (94.230.200.x) on September 30 2019, 3:33pm in 4834:
    For some reason i thought it's 64 bytes, just checked right now and it's 16, stupid me. I'll do as You say. I realize i need to redo thousands of code, haha... oh,no...

  • Posted by Justin on September 30 2019, 3:02pm in 4834:
    Copying the value is copying 16 bytes of memory, which is basically free.

  • Posted by Justin on September 30 2019, 3:00pm in 4835:
    Don't save the pointer, save a copy of the GUID. The lifetime that that pointer is valid is limited.

  • Posted by Pony (78.152.169.x) on September 30 2019, 2:51pm in 4834:
    Then it's probably will be slow, if i need to save/remove/process a lot of manipulations with tracks. But if it's the only option, ok ,thanks.

  • Posted by Pony (78.152.169.x) on September 30 2019, 2:41pm in 4835:
    GUID* track_guid = GetTrackGUID(GetTrack(0,1)); then after deleting track somewhere in a code in some situations: tempstr[64]{}; guidToString(track_guid, tempstr); crashes it, not sure what else can be done here. So i think i'll go with that option. Thanks.

  • Posted by fladd (92.110.122.x) on September 28 2019, 6:46pm in 4830:
    Okay, understandable to some degree. But maybe you could consider to make someone else pay attention instead then? That would be great.

  • Posted by bwell (2.25.95.x) on September 28 2019, 4:15pm in 4828:
    heh-o fo' sure! maybe the tin foil should stay,for now... i believe we are to ascend justin..more keys,or octaves of the multiverses,will be unlocked via divine illuminations.. ;) thanx.

  • Posted by schmoe (172.218.181.x) on September 28 2019, 3:01pm in 4827:
    Ah, you are a student of the great philospher Gino Vannelli? (lol) youtube.com/watch?v=WhjX6-iWIAg

  • Posted by Tim McEneany (37.72.169.x) on September 26 2019, 5:37pm in 4826:
    Hey thanks. I'll hound the Avid guys!

  • Posted by Justin on September 24 2019, 12:25pm in 4822:
    It's OK, programming questions are fine ;) Replied in the thread (you should use effFlagsProgramChunks and effGetChunk/effSetChunk in these cases, IMO).

  • Posted by Reaper (85.110.44.x) on September 24 2019, 8:14am in 4821:
    Oops, please...

  • Posted by Nigel (47.153.26.x) on September 24 2019, 4:45am in 4822:
    Oops, didn't see the note about no Reaper questions. But so far no answer to this one (which is why I tried here): forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=225307

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