- Posted by Dale (59.167.120.x) on July 29 2021, 9:12pm in 5301:
Whoops, pressed enter too early. I have heard of webamp, but I had already written antisol.org/webamp/by the time I did ;). And I appreciate the moral support!
- Posted by Dale (59.167.120.x) on July 29 2021, 9:10pm in 5301:
Over a year late, but they say late is better than never. In the end I just made my own winamp "inspired" skin. Still haven't released the project yet, but I will one day.
- Posted by Justin on July 26 2021, 9:39pm in 5769:
- Posted by Rand Mc Randy (89.82.152.x) on July 25 2021, 5:06pm in 5769:
Could you recommend some good sources about these kinds of vaccine questions? (the less opiniated, the better)
- Posted by Justin on July 24 2021, 3:38am in 5769:
It's not blind and unquestioningly when there are large-scale trials. Also, the spike protein on its own may cause harm, but you only get a little of it (vs a shit-ton when you otherwise inevitably get covid)
- Posted by Erin (75.15.159.x) on July 23 2021, 7:12pm in 5769:
I 100% agree concerning well-established and proven vaccines & vaccine technologies. But the idea that we should blindly and unquestioningly trust these new mRNA vaccines is an insane position, IMO. And somehow a political statement. The vaccines may be fine, with little long term consequences, but that's not proven yet. In fact, there's evidence the spike protein on its own causes unexpected harm.
- Posted by DdSL (186.210.89.x) on July 23 2021, 5:12pm in 5769:
To me is a complete mystery how USA, the country with more economic power, have so much anti-vax movements.... it is so weird
- Posted by Erin (66.215.231.x) on July 19 2021, 7:48pm in 5761:
Don't feel old (I'm right behind you). I found it funny because Winamp wasn't actually that long ago.
- Posted by Vitali (88.156.138.x) on July 18 2021, 7:50am in 5763:
I think I understand it now. You just have to remember to manage memory everywhere. :)
- Posted by Justin on July 18 2021, 2:05am in 5763:
You can definitely write things that leak memory, and you can have heap fragmentation... "no apparent reason" is likely to be "because of factors you don't understand" I guess?
- Posted by Vitali (88.156.138.x) on July 17 2021, 8:07am in 5763:
Rather overcomsuption for no apparent reason.
- Posted by Justin on July 17 2021, 2:04am in 5763:
Memory leaks? Double-frees? Memory fragmentation?
- Posted by Vitali (88.156.138.x) on July 16 2021, 8:35pm in 5763:
I mean memory freeing
- Posted by Justin on July 16 2021, 5:21pm in 5763:
I'm not sure what you mean exactly?
- Posted by Vitali (88.156.138.x) on July 16 2021, 9:05am in 5763:
Is it true C++ has serious issues with memory management? If so, how do you deal with it?
- Posted by Ian the The (165.225.94.x) on July 13 2021, 8:54am in 5761:
Seeing that I'm 5 years older than you, you've just made me feel old too :-/
- Posted by Gio (94.70.18.x) on July 10 2021, 1:58pm in 5759:
Worth mentioning that Microsoft is not only excellent about backwards compatibility but also very good at support which frequently ranges 10+ years for the major products like msvc.
- Posted by spoiled hobo (77.180.175.x) on July 1 2021, 8:57am in 5752:
I'm not entirely sure if it is re- or de-cycling, but thanks for the smirk. :-) (What about just cycling? The grim reaper approaching on a dreadfully creaking rusty two-wheeler would be a scene i'd like to see in a movie)
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.105.x) on June 29 2021, 11:05pm in 5752:
Sounds legit, as the Grim Reaper is known to be fully invested in the recycling business. We're onto something here... XD
- Posted by Yrnotfar (75.57.24.x) on June 22 2021, 11:58pm in 5748:
I’d take anything I could get. But so you know, in my fantasies, the reaper like OS is a 4th choice amongst macOS, windows, and Linux.
- Posted by neovich (14.200.140.x) on June 20 2021, 1:46pm in 5744:
Perfect answer Justin . Reaper is big anyways !
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.116.x) on June 19 2021, 8:44pm in 5744:
when projects can't be done and financial losses occur. I would stay away from that as well because of this reason alone.
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.116.x) on June 19 2021, 8:43pm in 5744:
I can also imagine, that appstores have some release latency due app verification processes, just like Google and IOS-appstores have. This would delay bugfix-releases that fix major issues, regressions or crashes introduced with the last release from yesterday. This could lead to unusable apps for users for days which can be annoying or even have legal consequences
- Posted by neovich (110.175.58.x) on June 18 2021, 9:24am in 5737:
You need to watch more than a few episodes to actually like it though. Each to their own. My fav , the internet box episode . What a crack up !
- Posted by Pennywise (27.58.72.x) on June 16 2021, 3:36am in 5737:
Oh, I watched the IT movie series
- Posted by Trashbin (117.234.190.x) on June 15 2021, 3:26am in 5736:
You're welcome, pal
- Posted by Chris (95.90.213.x) on June 14 2021, 8:07pm in 5735:
what are you missing? :P
- Posted by Justin on June 14 2021, 2:42pm in 5735:
That might be a little to narrow of a definition ...
- Posted by Chris (95.90.213.x) on June 14 2021, 10:11am in 5735:
when I understand you correctly I would say it /is/. I think you can assign every situation in life to these two conditions, can't you? And it's your job to handle it best.
- Posted by Nicholas Forystek (173.16.33.x) on June 13 2021, 1:54pm in 4623:
Heh, I am like that with neotext.org. That other Nicholas holding a conversation with you? It seems. I didn't follow, but apparently you do.
- Posted by Gio (94.70.22.x) on June 12 2021, 4:44am in 5732:
Found the answer very funny and clever. ``but whatever works'' like all the things available in C because if you raise your expectations to /latest, things will start to barely work very fast and you will be labeled Modern if that's the case.
- Posted by neovich (60.241.237.x) on June 8 2021, 2:09pm in 5730:
I have the original nord lead rack module. Dry and very digital but unique . My fav is the Korg Z1
- Posted by Justin on June 4 2021, 12:52pm in 5729:
I prefer and use Linux, macOS, and Win10 in that order. Definitely prefer Win7 but using 10 out of necessity :)
- Posted by Mr. Gates (117.234.125.x) on June 4 2021, 2:46am in 5729:
So you personally use Mac. Which Windows you use for developing Windows version of REAPER? Unfortunately (for you, because you don't like it) Win10, right? Because it is latest.
- Posted by Kambrica (191.113.4.x) on June 1 2021, 7:19pm in 5013:
@Abhi have you ever tried audiotool?
- Posted by Kambrica (191.113.4.x) on June 1 2021, 7:09pm in 5722:
But it's a really really cool song! :( ...... ;) (Thanks anyway. I admire and love your work, Justin)
- Posted by Justin on May 22 2021, 1:31am in 5721:
initially it was like ".mid is another file type, like .wav or .ogg..." but eventually it became clear it was a lot more than that :)
- Posted by wasereb4 (79.246.84.x) on May 22 2021, 12:13am in 5721:
Ah interesting, I wondered if it was done because it has some particular benefits. Thanks.
- Posted by Daniel Lumertz (200.146.247.x) on May 17 2021, 9:05pm in 5720:
Thanks, it was just too specific that I though it would be best to ask directly to you thx a lot :::)
- Posted by Vitali (195.191.162.x) on May 17 2021, 8:07pm in 5720:
@daniellumertz I am not 100% sure, but even if FXID is the same as the other item's, then Reaper will change it.
- Posted by bobobo (185.35.209.x) on May 17 2021, 1:40pm in 5714:
maybe this stash.reaper.fm/42033/stringedScythe.png - I guess the stringheight might be a little high
- Posted by Mabian (95.245.177.x) on May 15 2021, 3:43pm in 5719:
Sorry, my browsed fired "send" without finish writing in my previous comment - Anyway I just got your email, will go on there
- Posted by Mabian (95.245.177.x) on May 15 2021, 3:42pm in 5719:
Well, my first original email - and the following "ping"a days later - had a specific topic and same for the PMs.
- Posted by Mabian (95.245.177.x) on May 15 2021, 9:48am in 5650:
Ok, fair enough, this means you have to make the one product full fledged in all regards :D
- Posted by zabukowski (89.142.56.x) on May 11 2021, 6:38am in 5715:
Thank you, all is good now :)
- Posted by Justin on May 5 2021, 10:29pm in 5714:
(but who knows?)
- Posted by Justin on May 5 2021, 10:29pm in 5714:
I'm pretty happy with my Fernandes Monterey and a US fat strat deluxe from 20ish years ago
- Posted by guitarguy (94.134.91.x) on May 5 2021, 6:33pm in 5714:
Do you consider buying a Custom Justin guitar one day (or building one yourself)?
- Posted by Justin on May 3 2021, 5:43pm in 5712:
I don't think you'd need an ABI change for that though, since that would all be in the generated code
- Posted by Gio (94.70.2.x) on May 3 2021, 10:56am in 5712:
I agree with you. Some people want to extract more performance from STL and rumors suggest that it might happen in C++26 or later; although some committee members are concerned that even ``if'' it happens vendors won't follow. A difficult call, only time will tell.
- Posted by DeBased (90.252.255.x) on May 2 2021, 11:10pm in 5697:
FYI, my CSI mod's Run() tops out at just under 100 Hz on my system (CSI relies heavily on polling state from Reaper, some of that could be optimised). That should help with recording precision/latency. And my fader output interpolation is around 300Hz max with USB/LAN (~100Hz max via classic MIDI). On my Behringer X-Touch (which doesn't interpolate faders) it went from a grinding noisy mess to almost butter smooth. I'm hoping to release a beta on the Reaper forum within a week or so (will post link).
- Posted by DeBased (90.252.255.x) on May 2 2021, 10:54pm in 5697:
My point doing this is that when I recently came to surfaces fresh, I didn't understand why they are treated as low-priority input devices. They are human-expression devices like any other MIDI devices, ideally they should be recorded the same (sample accurate etc). Not just for precision but latency, eg. time-critical punch ins, mutes etc.
- Posted by DeBased (90.252.255.x) on May 2 2021, 10:52pm in 5697:
On Windows at least I seem to have zero issues running from my own Run() thread. A second independent thread does the fader interpolation, again MIDI output appears threadsafe with no glitches. I'll look into timers.
- Posted by Gruust (95.91.214.x) on May 2 2021, 4:10pm in 5695:
Chrome introduced cookie isolation. A feature that the EU seemingly tried to prevent with their intrusive regulations (cookie banners all over the place instead of just putting the weight on the ads companies) in order to ensure there is enough data collection going on for AI tech....... it's funny how such seemingly simple things take ages to get implemented. And then they get implemented by a company from which I wouldn't have expected it in the first place. But Google probably has a reason for it.
- Posted by helgoboss (92.212.0.x) on April 25 2021, 1:24pm in 5697:
Ah cool, learned something. Didn't know the timer can run faster than IReaperControlSurface.Run() and is allowed to call REAPER functions. Great!
- Posted by Airon (77.191.10.x) on April 25 2021, 8:48am in 5697:
Sorry for the double post. iPad troubles. ..... Reaper has some problems recording these kinds of moves from control surfaces as well as old Protools did from an Ethernet controller 20 years ago.
- Posted by Airon (77.191.10.x) on April 25 2021, 8:46am in 5697:
Good interpolation will definitely be a help for guys like me, who do very fast fader moves on dialogue. That is, once this is actually possible with
- Posted by Airon (77.191.10.x) on April 25 2021, 8:45am in 5697:
Good interpolation will definitely be a help for guys like me, who do very fast fader moves on dialogue
- Posted by Devon (24.224.178.x) on April 24 2021, 4:36pm in 5700:
- Posted by Justin on April 24 2021, 1:10pm in 5697:
Definitely do not call most of the REAPER API via another thread. Instead, use SetTimer() and create a timer that runs at a faster rate (e.g. every 10ms) and call things from that.
- Posted by helgoboss (92.212.0.x) on April 24 2021, 8:49am in 5697:
My guess is that this applies: stackoverflow.com/questions/358029...
- Posted by helgoboss (92.212.0.x) on April 24 2021, 8:24am in 5697:
@DeBased Mmh, is that safe? AFAIK for most REAPER functions, calling them from a thread which is not the main thread is unsafe (even when read-only)? If I'm wrong about that, I would be happy to know (and adjust reaper-rs).
- Posted by Donut Boxie (117.225.70.x) on April 24 2021, 3:21am in 5699:
Two more puzzle games like Portal I recently found : Quantum Conundrum & Gravitas (free). Both are awesome! After these, I will play more Portal like puzzle games. They are fun to play with amazing stories & puzzles.
- Posted by DeBased (90.252.255.x) on April 24 2021, 1:48am in 5697:
.. but need to test properly.
- Posted by DeBased (90.252.255.x) on April 24 2021, 1:47am in 5697:
@helgoboss, no it does seem to help (implemented it today) as the surface code queries the MIDI events and outputs them from/to Reaper. So the more often you do that, the finer-grained/less bunched up the values will be. I've also added a LAN protocol for a specific surface (Behringer XTouch) which bypasses reaper and communicates directly via UDP (as does the CSI OSC code), so there are definite gains there too. @Justin, for output probably yes, but input should be significant (precision/latency).
- Posted by Justin on April 23 2021, 7:00pm in 5697:
I imagine the 30Hz is fast enough precision, the surface just needs interpolated output to be smooth enough?
- Posted by helgoboss (92.212.0.x) on April 23 2021, 4:56pm in 5697:
Correct me if I'm wrong but even you do things in your own thread, this won't help with getting the current REAPER state faster to the surface or vice versa. Because you'll always have to wait for the next main thread cycle anyway to get/set new values.
- Posted by DeBased (90.252.255.x) on April 22 2021, 10:43pm in 5697:
(sorry for the Reaper Q, tried to follow up with 'ignore, I'll repost on forum' but the system wouldn't allow it). interesting, right now I'm doing fader output interpolation on a thread, I could extend that for IO generally. but exposing it would benefit other surface code too.
- Posted by Bernie (78.145.95.x) on April 22 2021, 3:18pm in 5692:
Ultimate is the best! You should start playing again, I'm sure there are tons of pickups in NY
- Posted by LAWL (27.58.120.x) on April 22 2021, 3:43am in 5683:
LOL, IT MADE ME LAUGH X'D
- Posted by Derren (82.25.242.x) on April 17 2021, 2:40pm in 5687:
You'll get the same upsides as other open source projects: community contributions, bug fixes, etc. and a warm feeling inside from doing something that is mostly to benefit other users. You don't have to maintain the OS project, that's the community's job, you'll just push out the upstream code. Mozilla doesn't maintain all of the Firefox derivatives, Tracktion Software doesn't maintain all of the Tracktion Engine derivatives, etc.
- Posted by Justin on April 14 2021, 3:22pm in 5685:
Shrug, would rather read this book I have...
- Posted by Demodog (27.58.28.x) on April 13 2021, 3:44am in 5685:
Why enough? Didn't like it? Season 2 & 3, it gets even more exciting. New adventures.
- Posted by Justin on April 13 2021, 2:03am in 5677:
Ah yeah Bradbury is great too
- Posted by Vitali (195.191.162.x) on April 12 2021, 7:53pm in 5686:
Hm, actually I can't find plain Win+(did REAPER have it at all?). Well Shift+Ctrl+Alt+Win works, but after it is released, I see MS Office window. Yeah, others work as expected, sorry. :)
- Posted by Gio (79.130.25.x) on April 11 2021, 11:36pm in 5682:
Justin, thank you for the valuable help!
- Posted by Justin on April 11 2021, 9:24pm in 5682:
Ah to distinguish between period and VK_DELETE, check if lParam has FVIRTKEY set (it will be set for VK_DELETE, clear for period)
- Posted by Justin on April 11 2021, 5:33pm in 5684:
To be fair, win32 applications written in 1995 still run on Windows today... :/ and I'd imagine ancient a.out 32-bit linux apps can be made to (with a little bit of trouble). So really it's just Apple.
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.118.x) on April 11 2021, 12:52pm in 5684:
but the more modern the computer gets and the os, the more likely it will become for things to break. It's understandable that you want to write something that works forever, but these times are long gone and it's very unlikely to code something like that anymore. So you'll need to at least recompile things once in a while. But even compilers change over time.
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.118.x) on April 11 2021, 12:49pm in 5684:
will never change anymore, not even in 15 years
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.118.x) on April 11 2021, 12:48pm in 5684:
Even this is no guarantee. You can only try to limit the amount of maintenance work by limiting the amount of dependencies. But still, these dependencies might rely on other things, even if it's only some kernel-features. You might be able to write something that you just need to compile once in a while but you never know, if something you need will be deprecated. The only way to guarantee software being runnable in 15 years is to write them to work on old homecomputers like C64, Apple II, ZX Spectrum, as
- Posted by Arlequin (212.224.224.x) on April 11 2021, 12:28pm in 5684:
Then If I want something compatible in a few decades I'd have to limit myself with for instance C / Soundpipe C library / even not Portaudio, right ? Best,
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.118.x) on April 11 2021, 12:19pm in 5684:
(32 bit programs from 15 years ago.) (Hit Comment too early ;))
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.118.x) on April 11 2021, 12:18pm in 5684:
(32 bit program
- Posted by Mespotine (80.187.118.x) on April 11 2021, 12:17pm in 5684:
In the computer world: nothing is compatible forever. You might be able to stretch the compatibility but there's progress in computers. Just look at Apple-Macs. Programs from 15 years ago do not run anymore on modern Macs, no matter how good they were programmed. Maintenance will always be a part of software engineering.
- Posted by Arlequin (212.224.239.x) on April 11 2021, 10:16am in 5684:
In other words : is a compiled binary file (incl. its dependencies) compatible "forever" ? All the Best,
- Posted by Gio (79.130.25.x) on April 11 2021, 9:49am in 5682:
The OnKeyEvent() flow works as expected with period key; it treats it as ASCII. SWELLAPP_PROCESSMESSAGE is sent and message loop receives it correctly. It looks like that VK_DELETE is interpreted as period and messes my keyboard map. Still unsure if I have to workaround the issue on the application level or just make a patch for VK_OEMS_X.
- Posted by Gio (79.130.25.x) on April 11 2021, 3:27am in 5682:
Development is done using the latest Debian stable (Debian 10), releases Debian 7 -- GDK3. It happens to both, greater-than character (which is essentially the same key, works) it's just the period that is not working - my implementation also seems to work, I mean if replace period with something else it works as expected. Anyway, I'll have a deeper look and if I find something I will post here. Thanks!
- Posted by Justin on April 11 2021, 2:09am in 5682:
a good place to start is swell-generic-gdk.cpp and see what swell_gdkConvertKey() ends up getting sent. What linux distribution and version? gdk2 or gdk3?
- Posted by Gio (79.130.25.x) on April 11 2021, 1:57am in 5682:
Using some very old lenovo (X61, S10-2) but it happens in VM as well in my standard machine, only keyboards I use are 104 ANSI US, language US. I'm afraid it has nothing to do with keyboard layout, could you point me where to look in SWELL codebase to experiment myself? It's very weird...
- Posted by Justin on April 11 2021, 12:22am in 5682:
Hmm what keyboard layout? Haven't noticed an issue here hmmm....
- Posted by DLumertz (179.104.166.x) on April 10 2021, 10:10pm in 5677:
Hey thanks will check out soon! I really like vonnegut didn't know the others, searching here. Started the Fahrenheit 451 yesterday and might pick one of this list next
- Posted by Gio (79.130.25.x) on April 10 2021, 9:03pm in 5682:
I use #ifdefs for VK_OEMS_X keys. All keys are processed except for the period/greater-than (main keyboard), not VK_DECIMAL (works). :/
- Posted by Arlequin (212.224.225.x) on April 10 2021, 1:13pm in 5684:
Then if I plan to use GNU Bison, Flex, Postscript, GUILE and Metafont I am safe within the two decades to come, right ? Many thanks ! Best,
- Posted by Keith (68.179.179.x) on April 9 2021, 1:06pm in 5680:
I would suggest the first 8 or so episodes of The Mastering Podcast themasteringshow.com/
- Posted by Bung (88.237.85.x) on April 8 2021, 8:47pm in 5676:
So wont finish
- Posted by wasereb4 (93.206.0.x) on April 8 2021, 8:01pm in 5676:
Not sure 'the software' is even addressed in Justin's reply because from what I remember he usually refers to it in all caps. ;)
- Posted by MS_from_Sweden (82.100.127.x) on April 7 2021, 4:21pm in 5676:
The Reaper ( = the death) would have to come for Reaper (= the software), in which case which Reaper would win?
- Posted by Julian (92.87.123.x) on April 7 2021, 2:34pm in 5033:
+1 for svg please
- Posted by Bung (88.237.85.x) on April 6 2021, 8:50am in 5676:
I don't understand 😀😀
- Posted by EcBaPr (119.18.3.x) on April 5 2021, 3:24pm in 5675:
ahh cool.. i was close (ish).. i had tried oscsend(device,"si/subscribe","/ch/01/mix/on" 50); but missed the extra comma before 50.. thanks for the help.. still hacking and slashing my way with this at the moment..
- Posted by MS_from_Sweden (82.100.127.x) on April 4 2021, 7:50pm in 5670:
The HiFD disks ("High capacity Floppy Disk") has a capacity of 200MB, so that should be more than enough! :P
- Posted by Daniel Lumertz (189.112.150.x) on April 2 2021, 12:39pm in 5670:
I was just joking of course, but the idea of sending floppy disks for work today are funny. :p
- Posted by Justin on March 31 2021, 10:29pm in 5669:
We tolerate plenty of things that have both positive and negative qualities, I think?
- Posted by Vitali (195.191.162.x) on March 31 2021, 9:58pm in 5669:
Hm, don't we tolerate only bad things? :D
- Posted by Derren (82.25.242.x) on March 31 2021, 6:01pm in 5663:
How I wish it were true :(
- Posted by reaper is NOT open-source (yet) (207.244.71.x) on March 30 2021, 11:17am in 5663:
heavyocity.com/artist/tori-letzler...LOL OPEN SOURCE HAHA (just search it) SOMEONE SHOULD TELL HER THE TRUTH :P
- Posted by Justin on March 27 2021, 1:41pm in 5658:
Thanks! So far so good, within reason :) Hope you're well wherever you are too!
- Posted by amagalma (91.140.103.x) on March 26 2021, 8:28pm in 5660:
Thank you very much! I will do :)
- Posted by Arlequin (212.224.235.x) on March 25 2021, 3:03pm in 5658:
I hope your knees are better; that you can run as you like to do and especially that this very special period due to Covid does not tarnish too much your passion and your musical inspirations and your daily life. I think there are many people to be happy having you. I wish you a good continuation while waiting for the arrival of the beautiful days! Sorry for the translation. Take care :) Best,
- Posted by Thiekus (45.76.148.x) on March 19 2021, 4:57am in 5649:
I just picked bargain VS 2008 Std for build target to legacy devices and I was happy for that (albeit with some tweakings). But thanks! I actually loved VS 2013 & VS 2015 if their IDE not ate my RAM too many (at least on my PC) and produced legacy friendly EXEs.
- Posted by PathSync (27.58.10.x) on March 19 2021, 4:15am in 5652:
Here's the link to download : cockos.com/pathsync/
- Posted by Cookie not confused anymore (27.58.10.x) on March 19 2021, 4:05am in 5653:
Oh it's okay. I have watched Kenny's videos about rendering tracks & freezing tracks and I think I will use freezing tracks feature and also backup my project manually, just in case :)
- Posted by junh (47.72.189.x) on March 19 2021, 1:53am in 5650:
try VEGAS from 2010-2015. Some shorcuts/concepts are similar.
- Posted by Justin on March 18 2021, 5:50pm in 5648:
burrito, rock, sad
- Posted by Dasharkle McFarke (73.44.112.x) on March 18 2021, 2:19pm in 5642:
I could code it for you...
- Posted by B.I. (27.58.113.x) on March 18 2021, 5:32am in 5648:
What Song Topic, Lyrics Genre, Lyric Mood you set? Also it shows random lyrics every time, maybe I can't find your lyrics anymore, even you can't find it again anymore even if you search it again with the same keywords you searched previously. Soon A.I. will make a complete song for ya... no need of human musicians & songwriters? :O
- Posted by EcBaPr (119.18.3.x) on March 18 2021, 1:17am in 5647:
no probs, didnt think it was intended.. just for reference i can change volume and engage solos on a track when its locked but i think mute works ok.. also marker names can be changed.. might be some other things, those are mainly what ive noticed..
- Posted by Antonio (157.100.172.x) on March 17 2021, 10:54pm in 5646:
You can also look at this script nablatools.com/It's the best for live looping.
- Posted by Rhubarb Rhubarb Golf Prostate v2 (27.58.82.x) on March 17 2021, 5:42pm in 5643:
And over here I am waiting when REAPER (x128) will release 😅 then you have to again change name of REAPER (64bit) to REAPER (x64) and REAPER (x128) to REAPER, HAHAHA
- Posted by Buy One (178.93.229.x) on March 11 2021, 11:24am in 5637:
@Justin i guess so, if such mechanism is feasible
- Posted by Vitali (195.191.162.x) on March 11 2021, 8:05am in 5637:
I think Buy One is asking for pinning tracks, not excluding undo points. That is the reason he/she needs disabling undo points.
- Posted by Justin on March 11 2021, 4:18am in 5637:
That too will potentiall cause problems with the undo system. I suppose some way to make the TCP display order desynchronized from the track number would be what you want?
- Posted by Justin on March 11 2021, 1:00am in 5639:
There's no reason a language should stop working, IMO
- Posted by Buy One (178.93.229.x) on March 10 2021, 11:13pm in 5637:
The option to delete specific undo point already exists in the Undo history context menu but it's manual and inaccessible via API