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Question: Did you see this: forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=213180? Would you use it?
Asked by John (93.136.76.x) on November 20 2018, 1:10pm
Reply on November 21 2018, 2:59am:
    I'm no midiot... :)
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Question: Does Schwa usually work on REAPER on weekends?
Asked by MS from Sweden (83.185.242.x) on November 19 2018, 7:51pm
Reply on November 19 2018, 8:37pm:
    The last 6 months aside, generally, yes.
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Question: What's the most complicated thing you've built that works over tcp/ip?
Asked by Will (50.84.190.x) on November 19 2018, 3:24pm
Reply on November 19 2018, 8:37pm:
    I dunno? WASTE? NINJAM? REAPER's web interface? Who can say?
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Question: Hi Justin! If you want to do a serious recording with your band, What Sample Rate and bit depth you configure your REAPER? Thanks you in advance Justin!
Asked by Javier Ramallo (90.162.60.x) on November 19 2018, 12:52pm
Reply on November 19 2018, 2:33pm:
    Not sure if I ever do "serious" recording, but I usually record at 48khz, to 20 bit wavpack (converters are 24 bit but those lower bits are usually more noise than useful).
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Question: Do you usually work on REAPER on weekends?
Asked by MS from Sweden (77.218.240.x) on November 18 2018, 1:05pm
Reply on November 18 2018, 8:31pm:
    Yeah I don't have a fixed schedule
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Question: Does this whip the llama's ass? :P webamp.org/
Asked by MS from Sweden (77.218.240.x) on November 17 2018, 5:00pm
Reply on November 17 2018, 10:15pm:
    Pretty much!
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Question: Not sure if you find Cutler interesting, but I noticed they posted a much longer version of his interview on youtube (and coincidentally, noticed `furan in the comments! Wonder what you two would talk about. youtube.com/watch?v=29RkHH-psrY
Asked by Will (50.84.190.x) on November 16 2018, 9:34pm
Reply on November 17 2018, 10:16pm:
    I'll watch that when I get a chance, maybe.
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Question: A big big thanks to make Linux binaries of Reaper available!!! Will Reaper for Linux for ever be an "experimental" release?
Asked by Nuri (185.139.95.x) on November 16 2018, 2:49pm
Reply on November 16 2018, 6:54pm:
    We'll see
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Question: Have you tried any of the recent versions of VS (>= VS2015) that use the Universal CRT for legacy applications and what's your thoughts about it? I am very skeptical for an update to those any time soon, particularly, the deployment model looks like asking for trouble.
Asked by Gio (94.70.9.x) on November 13 2018, 3:20pm
Reply on November 13 2018, 5:00pm:
    Seems like a big mess to me, been avoiding it as such...
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Question: Interesting, how you come up with an EEL2 name? Does it have something in common with EEL? :)
Asked by Pony (78.152.169.x) on November 13 2018, 10:46am
Reply on November 13 2018, 1:20pm:
    EEL2 evolved out of NSEEL (Nullsoft Expression Evaluation Library) which was part of AVS (started by Francis/lonedfx), during JSFX development. There was already an unrelated EEL. So there we go...
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Question: How much guitar do you practice every day?
Asked by MS from Sweden (83.185.81.x) on November 12 2018, 9:14pm
Reply on November 12 2018, 10:48pm:
    Normally not much, maybe 30 minutes a week these days
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Question: Are you aware that you are indirectly responsible for educating some number of people about coding. Be it through releasing open source or just getting people to tinker with REAPER and try and follow professional development pace. I can honestly say that REAPER has teached me coding from the groups up and I use that knowledge for all sorts of cool things now...How do you feel about that? Are you even aware of this teacher role you (accidentally?) got assigned?
Asked by John (93.138.46.x) on November 12 2018, 6:49pm
Reply on November 12 2018, 9:07pm:
    Programming is a joy so I'm happy to encourage people to play with it! REAPER as a platform for programming (ReaScript, JSFX, Video Processors) is incredibly satisfying for me as much as anybody else...
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Question: Love your music. How are you miking your drums in your recordings? It sounds minimal and perfect.
Asked by Darren (70.29.217.x) on November 12 2018, 2:03pm
Reply on November 12 2018, 4:21pm:
    Thanks!

    At the moment two kits are set up: the first, Andre's old slingerland, has a large diaphragm condenser above and to the side (equidistant from the snare), and a E604 on the kick (outside). The second kit, the Sonor Bop, has a XY pair of condensers above, a E604 on the snare, and a Audix kick mic (forget the model) inside the kick. Before the Slingerland showed up, I had E604s on the toms of the Bop, but meh. :)
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Question: Do you like Mathematics & Physics? And... Astronomy stuffs?
Asked by Newton or Einstein (107.170.166.x) on November 12 2018, 1:45pm
Reply on November 12 2018, 4:19pm:
    Yes, to a degree, but I suppose I like the practical applications of them more.
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Question: Just curious on GUID generation. Can REAPER guarantee at all times that take GUID won't repeat EVER in a project once it was generated for the take?
Asked by John (93.142.96.x) on November 11 2018, 9:18pm
Reply on November 12 2018, 12:31pm:
    It is very (very) unlikely that the same GUID would be generated twice, but it's possible that some extension or script or a bug in an in-built action could cause multiple takes to share a GUID, yes. If REAPER causes it it would be a bug, though.
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Question: Do you have a PS4? If so, most enoyable game played?
Asked by Will (23.125.224.x) on November 11 2018, 3:45pm
Reply on November 11 2018, 3:54pm:
    Nope
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Question: Can you confirm or deny that Schwa is working on something really cool?
Asked by Mommy (107.150.30.x) on November 10 2018, 10:54pm
Reply on November 11 2018, 3:54pm:
    Depends on what you think of ARA I suppose?
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Question: Have you ever made any software for very old/retro computers? (For example, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum..)
Asked by MS from Sweden (77.218.246.x) on November 9 2018, 3:38am
Reply on November 10 2018, 2:20am:
    No recently... sounds fun though!
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Question: What is your computer/computers specs?
Asked by MS from Sweden (77.218.246.x) on November 6 2018, 3:16pm
Reply on November 8 2018, 6:01am:
    Right now I'm typing at my desk, on a mid-2014 Retina MBP 15" (quad core i7 with 16GB RAM) hooked up to a thunderbolt display. It's pretty handy. In the studio I have a Q9400 (2.6ghz, 8GB RAM maybe?) running Linux for recording, using a RME HDSP 9652 (PCI card).
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Question: Is schwa alive and active? (I haven't seen him for such a long time now...)
Asked by Georgy (172.250.71.x) on November 6 2018, 2:36am
Reply on November 6 2018, 3:17am:
    I'm very very close to 100% certain that he has not been replaced by a bot.
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