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  • Posted by Will (23.125.224.x) on October 20 2021, 10:46pm in 5875:
    Wait, how do you run VC++ 6 on that? ;-)

  • Posted by Niklas (62.92.251.x) on October 20 2021, 8:03am in 5875:
    I can really recommend trying out this tiling manager swaywm.org/

  • Posted by Niklas (62.92.251.x) on October 20 2021, 7:43am in 5876:
    You'll need the `fzf.vim` plugin.

  • Posted by Niklas Adam (62.92.251.x) on October 20 2021, 7:38am in 5876:
    Yepp. Try `:Rg`, `:Files` or `:Buffers`. There is more

  • Posted by Justin on October 20 2021, 3:26am in 5876:
    ah nice, I did it with fzf launching vim which is handy, I imagine I can run it inside vim too?

  • Posted by James (77.241.232.x) on October 19 2021, 6:22pm in 5876:
    It is cool - especially if you use {n}vim

  • Posted by unnamed1 (2.25.95.x) on October 19 2021, 2:33am in 5874:
    perhaps- do find it infinitely interesting! especially when it comes to "forgetfullness" maybe this is some type of defragmentation to allow more "useful" info?? (discarding what seems less relevant or a evolutionary necessity at certain ages in life?) hmmm,must meditate more on this. :D

  • Posted by Alex K. (176.98.225.x) on October 18 2021, 3:40pm in 5873:
    Thank you

  • Posted by Justin on October 17 2021, 6:12pm in 5870:
    Will look at that, eventually

  • Posted by Justin on October 17 2021, 11:44am in 5871:
    Rephrasing: it's too much work to maintain ReaPlugs, especially given some of the newer more-advanced features, so we're deprecating them and they will likely not be updated.

  • Posted by amagalma (46.190.42.x) on October 17 2021, 8:33am in 5870:
    Thanks! It works only if I install the Reavura font. Could gfx.setfont be updated so that it loads the font without needing to install it?

  • Posted by DdSL (201.48.183.x) on October 17 2021, 6:18am in 5872:

  • Posted by DdSL (201.48.183.x) on October 17 2021, 6:17am in 5872:
    Thanks a lot Justin :) I will not continue here as is reaper related. I made a small visualizer to test it and have made some notes about system messages. Thanks thanks thanks, was hopping to get this function :)

  • Posted by unnamed1 (2.25.95.x) on October 17 2021, 12:14am in 5871:
    i dont get it... huh? rephrase?

  • Posted by amagalma (46.190.42.x) on October 16 2021, 9:26am in 5866:
    Oh, these are my favourite cuisines too!! :)

  • Posted by unnamed1 (2.25.95.x) on October 15 2021, 4:55pm in 5868:
    yes- dont blame you for not..it is hard to unsee and unhear... (was having trouble with the cadences and proper pronunciations tbh) i DO pray for americans (remaining religious & politically neutral) cheers.

  • Posted by unnamed1 (2.25.95.x) on October 13 2021, 2:05pm in 5863:
    lol! ahhh i think there IS a fix for that! =)

  • Posted by David (79.252.110.x) on October 11 2021, 8:57am in 5855:
    Ah, interpolation kicks in on E32 errors. I did not get that. Surely than the output has to be the same.

  • Posted by Timo (2.247.244.x) on October 11 2021, 5:41am in 5853:
    Have a look at bandshed.net/avlinux/ Unfortunately it hasn't got a light theme but technically it seems really good.

  • Posted by unnamed 1 (2.25.95.x) on October 10 2021, 6:55pm in 5862:

  • Posted by Keith (130.215.173.x) on October 8 2021, 1:53pm in 5859:
    Thanks Justin, I really appreciate it! ! I can be reached at keithzizza at gmail dot com.

  • Posted by Justin on October 7 2021, 8:44pm in 5857:
    At the moment the chromebooks I use are arm, which is useful for testing... if I didn't have it, I'd probably use a raspberry pi, or buy a MNT reform

  • Posted by Justin on October 7 2021, 8:43pm in 5857:
    Not really, I much prefer running native linux. Based on how much I like my X60, I'd probably get one of these: minifree.org/product/libreboot-x200/or similar. Not sure what the battery situation is, which is unfortunate...

  • Posted by zabukowski (89.142.56.x) on October 7 2021, 3:40pm in 5857:
    Do you recommend any specific chromebook model for this purpose? Crouton vs Crostini?

  • Posted by Justin on October 7 2021, 2:41pm in 5858:
    MS is usually pretty good about compatibility, in general, but if/when people raise issues we'll go test on Win11

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.29.x) on October 7 2021, 9:28am in 5858:
    Then how will you develop REAPER if you don't use latest tools? What if some bugs occur in REAPER only in Win11 and not in any other Windows version. How will you fix it?

  • Posted by schwa (67.245.193.x) on October 6 2021, 2:43pm in 5855:
    Only uncorrectable errors (E32) require interpolation. The author states that no uncorrectable errors were encountered. All of the encountered errors described in the article are fully correctable without interpolation.

  • Posted by frenchman (73.15.70.x) on October 6 2021, 3:20am in 5854:
    So dope :)

  • Posted by Justin on October 5 2021, 6:06pm in 5855:
    My understanding is that if the reed-solomon fails, you get dropouts (it shouldn't try to interpolate). If there are sonic differences produced from the same correct bitstream, then the player is introducing them and is at fault.

  • Posted by wasereb4 (79.246.88.x) on October 5 2021, 4:26pm in 5855:
    Though not related to my original question I think as they state playback variation is not caused by errors. ("These sonic differences are not caused by data errors, as commonly assumed, but by some other mechanism.")

  • Posted by David (79.217.251.x) on October 5 2021, 11:31am in 5855:
    Isn't that over simplified? Surely plain reed-solomon can correct errors just as Justin said, but for bigger errors sections interpolation kicks in.. The BLER values do not tell me what stage was active? Or did I miss something?

  • Posted by wasereb4 (79.246.88.x) on October 4 2021, 5:29pm in 5855:
    My hunch was this is nonsense, thanks for confirming.

  • Posted by Justin on October 3 2021, 10:39pm in 5853:
    There are already audio-optimized linux distros...

  • Posted by unnamed 1 (2.25.95.x) on October 3 2021, 1:30pm in 5853:
    oh! what is silly about an optimized audio os? i thought you liked a >no bloat< approach? can you explain why not?

  • Posted by Nicholas Forystek (173.16.33.x) on September 27 2021, 9:57pm in 5838:
    Okay, i think I need to single highhandedly take down the F.A.A. for procuring kiddie pools in the 70's because only who checks in may be at the counter, and they allowed my great grandma to further kidnap me after I accidentally followed he on round trip, even after they found my ticket to be on the wrong flight. It is just a child was dropped off right as she B-lined differed me and she looked an awful a lot like my mother. I was one years old, 1978, but I get chloroformed returned new b-day same name.

  • Posted by Nicholas Forystek (173.16.33.x) on September 27 2021, 9:25pm in 5839:
    My father did the same to me, I had to sleep off a broken face in my crib, no 911, called his lawyer only, there's fracture starting in my left sinus ending with a centimeter gap on the right sinus.

  • Posted by Ian the The (165.225.94.x) on September 27 2021, 4:49am in 5836:
    I wish Bernie were 25-50 years younger, alas we'll have to wait for AOC to get a bit more relevant experience. (Brit in Switzerland, so no voting rights anywhere in the world)

  • Posted by Justin on September 25 2021, 10:29pm in 5835:
    If you find weird behaviors that you can’t explain, let me know…

  • Posted by Gio (94.70.11.x) on September 25 2021, 1:13am in 5835:
    I already use it for some stuff (not related to FX processor) but right now it's treated like a black box. Some parts of it are advanced++, my main worry is maintenance, to be able to fix something if the need arises... Probably, I will give it more time and ask here for the shadowy parts...

  • Posted by Gio (94.70.11.x) on September 25 2021, 12:37am in 5834:
    I see, was reading a benchmark a few years ago about exceptions and stated that a particular intel architecture didn't like exceptions at all (I can't find the source). I guess that conclusion was based on the error path, etc.

  • Posted by Justin on September 14 2021, 12:32pm in 5825:
    I would do a rear mounted rack if your bike has the mounts, and get an open pannier to hang off one side to start… front baskets are less desirable to me

  • Posted by DdSL (186.210.90.x) on September 14 2021, 2:23am in 5825:
    Nice bike, thinking in putting a basket in mine to go to the fruit/vegetable market, but never used a basked bike to know if it is worth

  • Posted by Gio (94.68.165.x) on September 12 2021, 2:11am in 5823:
    Also checked gcc and clang; they behave/expand like vc11. If I had to guess/bet, icc should be just fine.

  • Posted by Gio (94.68.165.x) on September 12 2021, 12:37am in 5823:
    In practice (at least vc11) the later. My concern would be the vc preprocessor pre-vc11 about variadic macros (gcc ok), although not sure about the icc but it might worth a try? it can be useful to have that info in a debug-scenario for a rare failed initialization. For just tracing some specific info not so much.

  • Posted by Mespotine (37.4.235.x) on September 11 2021, 11:34am in 5809:
    It might also be a good idea to open up a thread in the developer section of the forum. The developers of SWS are active in there, so they can probably help you with it much better.

  • Posted by Fred (91.33.161.x) on September 10 2021, 3:52pm in 5820:
    Oh, it fits greatly to old and boring people, it's like reading a book where you can decide what happens!

  • Posted by Mespotine (95.90.174.x) on September 2 2021, 1:30pm in 5811:
    Having the network features of EEL2 available in Lua would be great. Lua itself has no network support unfortunately afaik. Somebody had made a web-network-module for Lua but it's heavily outdated and I think not loadable in Reaper's Lua integration.

  • Posted by DdSL (189.112.244.x) on September 2 2021, 4:15am in 5811:
    Ah man sorry! I didn't notice it wasnt a native thing in lua, it is a module sorry! :/ Hm the EEL2 have network api then, I might find a way to use it with a lua script then hm;.... Thanks for the answer, clear now!

  • Posted by Vitali (88.156.138.x) on September 1 2021, 6:19pm in 5814:
    I think the container feature would be really good for this purpose. We hope it will come back. :)

  • Posted by Mespotine (95.90.174.x) on September 1 2021, 1:55pm in 5814:
    Additionally, glueing video would take ages and probably degrade video quality. Even if Reaper would do it, you wouldn't want it. Why not using item-groups instead?

  • Posted by wasereb4 (93.206.3.x) on August 31 2021, 10:11pm in 5809:
    WDL is contained in SWS as a submodule so maybe read here on 'Cloning a Project with Submodules': git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-Tools-S...

  • Posted by iPhone 12 Pro Max Ultra Ultimate (77.111.246.x) on August 31 2021, 7:30am in 5804:
    Thanks of all you. I will check these all :)

  • Posted by Chris (196.240.57.x) on August 28 2021, 6:12pm in 5809:
    It doesn't work. I use compile instructions on Github page. Sorry for noob question.. Everytime I get this error message: CMake Error at /usr/share/cmake-3.18/Modules/FindPackageHandleStandardArgs.cmake:165 (message): Could NOT find WDL (missing: WDL_INCLUDE_DIR)

  • Posted by Cory (185.220.102.x) on August 28 2021, 6:03pm in 5789:
    Thanks a lot Justin! This is very cool! And saved a ton of hacking time !!!! I love you man, really!

  • Posted by Mespotine (212.122.61.x) on August 28 2021, 3:24pm in 5789:
    Now in the latest devs-release o/ Thnx :)

  • Posted by IDDQD Sound (67.68.162.x) on August 27 2021, 8:06pm in 5804:
    I've done 3-4 of them and planning to do the rest. Covered Smart markers, LFO generator and resources quite extensively, others in passing, but doing all of them as I go. My channel is IDDQD Sound :)

  • Posted by reaperblog (172.103.218.x) on August 27 2021, 7:03pm in 5804:
    I've done a bunch of them and plan on doing a complete course on SWS features this year.

  • Posted by Justin on August 26 2021, 3:59pm in 5804:
    Ah, thanks Mespotine! Has ReaperBlog done any SWS videos too? I imagine SWS is so broad it would need to be dozens of them...

  • Posted by Mespotine (109.104.48.x) on August 26 2021, 2:56pm in 5804:
    Here's one about ReaPack from Reaper Blog(the other great Reaper-resource beside Kenny): youtube.com/watch?v=XjoDu_32ljI

  • Posted by Alex K. (95.82.125.x) on August 25 2021, 10:36am in 5617:
    Stability - first. Second - endless possibilities possible via scripts and scripting.

  • Posted by Charles, Arlequin (37.170.179.x) on August 25 2021, 7:29am in 5801:
    :) I hope that our daily and artistic life will gradually resume its rights because I think that if the confinements due to the pandemic were a stimulating parenthesis at the beginning, they ended up wearing down and people psychologically. So I wish all of us to be able to play and share again beautiful musical and friendly moments! Yours,

  • Posted by Justin on August 25 2021, 1:52am in 5782:
    Ah that looks cool too. Reform I like for its openness yeah (standard batteries, awesome -- this is actually a big thing, I have an old Thinkpad X60 which is still great, but I can't get any decent batteries for it).

  • Posted by Cory (188.187.124.x) on August 24 2021, 4:42pm in 5789:
    OMG! It will be a revolution!Thank you!!

  • Posted by Mark (37.19.223.x) on August 24 2021, 8:11am in 5782:
    Hey, I just discovered Framework Laptop! What are your thoughts on it? Do you like MNT Reform more for it's Opensource aspect or it's upgradebility? Or...

  • Posted by Justin on August 23 2021, 9:25pm in 5789:
    I'll look at adding a read-only class of attributes to GetSetMediaTrackInfo_String(), e.g. P_UI_RECT:tcp.mute etc

  • Posted by Mespotine (91.41.217.x) on August 21 2021, 7:00pm in 5789:
    Btw, this would be a fantastic FR. Could you open one up? Maybe link this page to it too?

  • Posted by Mespotine (91.41.217.x) on August 21 2021, 6:55pm in 5789:
    Ohh, that's right, automatic positioning of mouse cursor to UI-elements is also a fantastic usecase for accessibility. Osara is doing this a lot to help navigating through menus and dialogs, they would benefit tons, if it could be extended to Walter-UI-elements.

  • Posted by Cory (176.59.5.x) on August 21 2021, 2:45am in 5789:
    Very cool idea! I checked the method of interception in OSARA but did not yet understand whether it is possible to get the coordinates of objects. I will write here as I check. Btw your documentation really helped - thank you)

  • Posted by Mespotine (146.0.126.x) on August 19 2021, 8:57pm in 5789:
    You mean position of Walter-themeable elements? I would love to see that too, but for another usecase: it would allow us to build an interactive tutorial for newbies of Ultraschall. In a way like "click here" mouse jumps here "then here" mouse jumps there.

  • Posted by Abhi (122.177.147.x) on August 19 2021, 4:54am in 5795:
    It's like Fortnite but way better with having realistic graphics & real guns. Inspired by COD. Very good game. You must try. PC version is paid but mobile version is free. Obviously, PC version id better.

  • Posted by Justin on August 18 2021, 11:05pm in 5794:
    It is done, and fixed some PCM_source related bugs for ReaScript, would appreciate thorough testing ;)

  • Posted by Mespotine (91.41.217.x) on August 18 2021, 7:09pm in 5794:
    YEAH! :D

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.14.x) on August 18 2021, 3:39am in 5778:
    Not only* in music community, I mean

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.14.x) on August 18 2021, 3:37am in 5778:
    (oops, accidentally clicked on 'comment' button) Without getting money, developers can't find motivation to develop their softwares and that's one of the major reason why lots of softwars get failed and/or havjng development stopped.

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.14.x) on August 18 2021, 3:36am in 5778:
    Not in music community, but everywhere all over the internet. Without getting money, developerd

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.14.x) on August 18 2021, 3:35am in 5790:
    Wait, why Justin have to envy Blender's success? Is Blender also made by 1-2 people only? If yes, then your question seems valid.

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.14.x) on August 18 2021, 3:31am in 5792:
    Thank god, I have changed all my plugins to all 64-bit now. So Windows 11 is really end of 32-bit computing. It's good that finally there will be more consistency and no more "choose your download architecture" options anywhere.

  • Posted by Justin on August 18 2021, 1:39am in 5794:
    Coming soon!

  • Posted by wasereb4 (87.167.82.x) on August 17 2021, 11:45pm in 5792:
    Isn't it that there just won't be a 32 bit build but still supports 32 bit apps, just like Win10, that's what I've gathered so far at least.

  • Posted by Mespotine (146.0.126.x) on August 17 2021, 5:40pm in 5794:
    +1 :)

  • Posted by Derren (82.25.242.x) on August 17 2021, 4:40pm in 5779:
    I can ask more if it will help :)

  • Posted by fladd (131.174.47.x) on August 17 2021, 10:28am in 5793:
    Haha, yes maybe. On the other hand, things were still released on CDs all this time. But I recently stumbled upon a release I was very interested in buying, that turned out to be availabe digital only. That was the first time I encountered this. So at least to me, it was not a problem until very recently.

  • Posted by Nick (174.193.200.x) on August 17 2021, 4:59am in 5794:
    Thanks for the response! That’d be awesome.

  • Posted by MS_from_Sweden (82.100.127.x) on August 16 2021, 2:10pm in 5790:
    I would say the big break point for Blender was in 2011-2012 when the rendering engine cycles was introduced.

  • Posted by perp (77.74.198.x) on August 15 2021, 4:04pm in 5788:
    Thank you for your counsel Justin.

  • Posted by Cory (163.172.213.x) on August 15 2021, 12:36pm in 5789:
    Thank you for your reply! I was thinking of making a request X-Raym in this topic t=254554. Entering values directly into the mcp/tcp.Also want to implement make nudging volume/ pan with focus. And only now I realized that I needed positions of elements too.

  • Posted by Justin on August 14 2021, 10:12pm in 5787:
    Generally yes though it does have a roundtrip latency that is nonzero, so at very low latencies (e.g. 64 samples @ 48k) you'll spend a decent amount of time synchronizin

  • Posted by ruchira (123.231.106.x) on August 14 2021, 2:10am in 5787:
    Is it fast enough for realtime audio processing?

  • Posted by wasereb4 (87.167.80.x) on August 12 2021, 8:22pm in 5785:
    Thanks for consideration, looking forward. :)

  • Posted by Justin on August 12 2021, 3:06pm in 5785:
    Ahh, to answer my question, -Wtype-limits is my friend

  • Posted by Mespotine (109.104.42.x) on August 12 2021, 1:54pm in 5785:
    I would read it. Not understand but read it XD

  • Posted by Fernando Viana (189.167.0.x) on August 11 2021, 3:48pm in 5780:
    Well yes, I specially like Trees vs Mold, The Thaw and Throw It Back

  • Posted by Mark (37.19.195.x) on August 10 2021, 8:14pm in 5782:
    The more I read articles like google.com/url?q=https://www.iphon...and others about privacy issues, especially about the M1 the more I doubt to buy an Apple machine. Didn't know about before that Apple Power. Maybe I should wait for an AMD or Intel equivalent ARM competitor.

  • Posted by Justin on August 10 2021, 7:01pm in 5782:
    The M1 is attractive but Apple has total power over it (you don't really own the system, it seems?)...

  • Posted by Mark (185.180.12.x) on August 10 2021, 12:29pm in 5782:
    I think about bying a MacBook 2021. For now I'm a Ubuntu guy. Is it ok to install Ubuntu on it if I can't accustom on MacOS? Never used it before. MNT Reform looks good but I would prefer the power of the M1.

  • Posted by Greg (89.178.227.x) on August 9 2021, 5:58pm in 5033:
    Vector interface is a must

  • Posted by 1123a (79.22.191.x) on July 31 2021, 2:18pm in 5772:
    Heh, cheered me up a bit.

  • 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:
    Which questions?

  • 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.

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