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  • Posted by 2023 (2.29.234.x) on February 3 2023, 12:22pm in 6601:
    brilliant thanx! (wishing there was tutorials for jsfx writing) simplified,easy to follow instructions... obviously 1 can learn much from the cookbook jsfx...not sure graphical edits are included....?

  • Posted by 2023 (2.29.234.x) on February 2 2023, 6:05pm in 6598:
    aye- think the plot twist was nice to begin- didnt actually see that coming...whood_a_thunk_it!

  • Posted by Ilya Bezdelev (69.230.75.x) on February 1 2023, 3:18pm in 6591:
    Awesome! I sent an email to justin@cockos.net. Hope it's the right one?

  • Posted by yololo (89.82.152.x) on February 1 2023, 10:11am in 6597:
    I did the terminal thing too, and it absolutely refused to run "rm -rf / " because it was "too dangerous" :D

  • Posted by GregL (89.233.113.x) on January 30 2023, 12:25pm in 6596:
    Ah. If you plan on any future updates for ReaPlay... This would by a feature request, to skip silence parts in file.

  • Posted by Victor (190.122.201.x) on January 24 2023, 2:37pm in 6584:
    Awesome! Thanks Justin!

  • Posted by Gio (94.70.29.x) on January 22 2023, 12:23am in 6583:
    I also think it is a suitable and solid foundation -- I found it funny when you said ``I suppose time will tell'' because I know the technical tradeoffs/choices promise excellent longevity. I could argue for some small problems that might bother users and not engineers but I will not do it -- I will leave it as it is as I don't want to criticize something I deeply care about. Anyway, thank you for your input it was more than enough.

  • Posted by Justin on January 21 2023, 11:29pm in 6583:
    I think it is a suitable and solid foundation to build on? I don't often feel limited by it, personally.

  • Posted by Gio (94.70.29.x) on January 21 2023, 10:39pm in 6583:
    Maybe, that's correct! I have been living and breathing WDL from day-1 (2007), I will continue to do so in the future as I find it extremely valuable and very pleasant to work with. If there is one thing that feels unsustainable to me that has to be that the casual development model follows the lowest-common denominator which in our case are all the limitations inherited from Win32. I was wondering if a transition of thought occurred to you during the years regarding what we have today. Possibly informative

  • Posted by Matthew (165.225.39.x) on January 20 2023, 1:38pm in 6580:
    Pain

  • Posted by EMmmm (146.70.73.x) on January 19 2023, 1:59pm in 6556:
    Can i ask who are u using? thanks

  • Posted by Justin on January 17 2023, 1:59am in 6575:
    making things confusingly named is sort of an art really

  • Posted by Erin (75.15.159.x) on January 16 2023, 5:58pm in 6575:
    Yeah, I figured that out eventually. Probably should have immediately since the js is lowercase.

  • Posted by Vitali (195.191.162.x) on January 16 2023, 10:28am in 6575:
    I see you have a big problem. :) forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=212174JS API is called like that, because JulianSader.

  • Posted by Erin (75.15.159.x) on January 16 2023, 3:47am in 6575:
    Also JS-wise, there's js_ReaScriptAPI which I assumed for a long time was a way to access the Reaper API through JSFX. But I guess all that matters in the end is functionality, and in that way JSFX is awesome.

  • Posted by Erin (75.15.159.x) on January 16 2023, 3:46am in 6575:
    Ah ok, I wasn't sure if it was meant to be a troll. ("JesusSonic" is pretty freakin absurd for what is a legit DSP platform).

  • Posted by Justin on January 15 2023, 4:14pm in 6571:
    Rust is a bit interesting and showing potential, but changing isn't something we'd bother with probably.

  • Posted by Justin on January 15 2023, 4:13pm in 6571:
    I'm happy with the old C++ subset we use. We mostly use C++ as C with the syntactic sugar around member functions and virtual functions, and also templates and RAII.

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.14.x) on January 14 2023, 4:32pm in 6571:
    Also, why do you need Rust? It looks harder than C & C++

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.14.x) on January 14 2023, 4:28pm in 6571:
    I don't know about C++ to rust, but I have found C to rust converter. Looks nice though c2rust.com/

  • Posted by JustAskin (188.214.106.x) on January 14 2023, 3:14am in 6572:
    Because the WATCH server is in the works ? :)

  • Posted by Justin on January 14 2023, 3:02am in 6567:
    doesn't have to be a 3/4 guitar obvs, but I love acoustic guitar for finding the feel

  • Posted by Chris (77.64.160.x) on January 14 2023, 1:00am in 6570:
    Yes, I would like to read reflections from you :)

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.1.x) on January 13 2023, 9:54am in 6567:
    At first I found it silly, but when I tried it, it actually helps. Thanks :)

  • Posted by OAIAO (89.82.152.x) on January 12 2023, 12:23pm in 6563:
    For the really lazy: pastebin.com/hXLDfAFc(I didn't modify a thing from these two answers, I'm curious to know if it's far from what you would have done.)

  • Posted by OAIAO (89.82.152.x) on January 12 2023, 12:19pm in 6563:
    OpenAI's take: pastebin.com/wdv2Hfpv(I tricked it by saying "what would [...] look like" otherwise it would refuse to write it and just make an outline.)

  • Posted by vlad (99.145.169.x) on January 12 2023, 6:20am in 6570:
    would be nice to hear you take being a developer back on the 90's

  • Posted by EcBaPr (119.18.0.x) on January 12 2023, 12:41am in 6569:
    my car is older and only has CD player.. occasionally i still like to make "mix tape" to listen to.. not getting round to it is understandable i just thought there might be some underlying technical factor which makes it difficult on linux..

  • Posted by Erin (75.15.159.x) on January 11 2023, 7:30pm in 6568:
    Are you reading the FFT using the left-hand scale? The scale on the left refers to the EQ curve. Use the scale on the right for the FFT.

  • Posted by Abhi (106.215.124.x) on January 11 2023, 4:38am in 6564:
    WASAPI Shared (because I don't want REAPER to take exclusive audio. And also it gives nice 10-11 ms latency, so why bothering ASIO4ALL?). It only makes audio when I set my laptop sound setting to 16 bit & 44100 Hz. Otherwise, REAPER doesn't give any sound to me.

  • Posted by Cagette (89.82.152.x) on January 9 2023, 3:20pm in 6561:
    Some day you should write a book. "How to maintain a small-scale business that fulfills its purpose on the long term without ruining it by desiring growth in size."

  • Posted by Justin on January 8 2023, 6:42pm in 6562:
    I'd have to be better at math to know for sure

  • Posted by Vitali (195.191.162.x) on January 8 2023, 9:53am in 6562:
    But John aka Schwa is good at it, right? :) At least that's what I got after watching stream with him.

  • Posted by wasereb4 (79.246.85.x) on January 8 2023, 5:51am in 6562:
    'Mathy-style of music' - also know as Mathcore (j/k). youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcP3LUc...

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.203.x) on January 7 2023, 11:29am in 6560:
    check loop condition. Btw, it's better to ask in the forum as (pseudo)-code-snippets are hard to write here.

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.203.x) on January 7 2023, 11:28am in 6560:
    end if

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.203.x) on January 7 2023, 11:24am in 6560:
    // do the things in your loop

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.203.x) on January 7 2023, 11:23am in 6560:
    if loopcount>1 then

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.203.x) on January 7 2023, 11:23am in 6560:
    loopcount=loopcount+1

  • Posted by Justin on January 6 2023, 7:12pm in 6558:
    Depends on what you mean by open exactly, but it’s easier and more efficient for us to have it be defined by the implementation and previous implementations

  • Posted by mike s (173.70.39.x) on January 6 2023, 4:19pm in 6557:
    thank you..have a good day jf

  • Posted by OP Op (89.82.152.x) on January 6 2023, 11:14am in 6558:
    By curiosity, what kind of stuff prevents you from making RPP an open file format? Would it be too much work to maintain? Does the "too much work" part consist only of small weird things that don't come up too often?

  • Posted by IDDQDSound (50.68.208.x) on January 5 2023, 6:00pm in 6547:
    promise!!! :)

  • Posted by name (95.135.211.x) on January 5 2023, 9:41am in 6553:
    Commit to doing better next time, that's how progress works. But if it's others who kick you for that, that's a whole 'nother story

  • Posted by Abhi (106.201.125.x) on January 2 2023, 8:37am in 6550:
    I really like your humour XD

  • Posted by Abhi (182.68.132.x) on December 31 2022, 5:24pm in 6544:
    But AFAIK, we can directly take int as input in C & C++. Correct me if I am wrong?

  • Posted by Abhi (182.68.132.x) on December 31 2022, 5:24pm in 6544:
    But AFAIK, we can directly take int as input in C & C++. Correct me if I am wrong?

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.82.x) on December 30 2022, 10:07am in 6543:
    Like for example, this website - codewithharry.com/there is a toggle button in top-right corner, which instantly switches the theme. And the darker theme (actually dark bluish) looks nice too.

  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.82.x) on December 30 2022, 10:05am in 6543:
    Yup, looks better now. But maybe a button somewhere here, by which we can toggle light theme and dark theme?

  • Posted by I mind it XD (122.177.169.x) on December 24 2022, 7:02am in 6540:
    OMG, you trolled me, haha. I read that all programmers use mind maps. Well, they are like notes, bringing ideas together....... search google for more :P

  • Posted by Pupskanone (194.126.177.x) on December 23 2022, 11:37pm in 6541:
    It's MIDI Polyphonic Expression, and REAPER wants you to know what it is!

  • Posted by binbinhfr (86.211.250.x) on December 22 2022, 12:33pm in 6531:
    Woo, good to know that it is not a good thing to upgrade our music PC to one of these processors !

  • Posted by 2022 (2.25.95.x) on December 22 2022, 12:44am in 6534:
    nice conundrum! this vid youtu.be/GWoYCY5h9ss(+other much older sources) consider the theory/concept..found it expanding =) cheerz.

  • Posted by Ian the The (194.191.233.x) on December 21 2022, 6:54pm in 3235:
    So what's the verdict on audio graph 7.5 years on?

  • Posted by Justin on December 19 2022, 1:47pm in 6532:
    ASIO4All provides ASIO to the app, but uses WDM/WASAPI/whatever to pull from the devices, which is an asynchronous API so probably has less scheduling issues. But the performance will still not be as good as a single device, in general.

  • Posted by Ian the The (165.225.94.x) on December 19 2022, 12:43pm in 6532:
    Maybe a silly question, but how does Asio4all solve this? Or does that mean that when I use it, my performance will be lousy too?

  • Posted by wasereb4 (87.167.91.x) on December 18 2022, 11:10pm in 6531:
    Ah yes, I knew about this option but forgot (as I haven't used it yet). Question was intended for a possible future buy, confident now, thanks.

  • Posted by Justin on December 18 2022, 10:54pm in 6531:
    ah, good to know. REAPER actually has an option on Windows, in prefs/general/advanced, where you can list CPUs to restrict REAPER to. So you can enter 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 if you have a system 8 P-cores and avoid the E-cores.

  • Posted by wasereb4 (87.167.91.x) on December 18 2022, 10:48pm in 6531:
    'another DAW manufacturer' recommends against using these currently, that's what initiated my question. helpcenter.steinberg.de/hc/en-us/a...

  • Posted by 2022 (31.124.45.x) on December 16 2022, 11:26am in 6526:
    noted..agreed..it is still a team effort right? thanx.

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.6.x) on December 15 2022, 6:26pm in 6525:
    I would say "The Swiss Army Knifes of all DAWs." as it hits so many things at once due its flexibility and customizeability..

  • Posted by Erin (75.15.159.x) on December 15 2022, 3:30am in 6522:
    It's actually pretty bad in some circumstances. My MCP faders have 66 px of travel, covering -60 to 0 dB linearly. That's 0.9 dB per pixel...so my hand is always hovering over the CTRL key.

  • Posted by 2022 (31.124.45.x) on December 14 2022, 4:17pm in 6523:
    lol...only boots on the ground here- layed off watching rocky 5 this year. :)

  • Posted by Bilinda (198.54.130.x) on December 14 2022, 12:32am in 6524:
    Maybe this? webcache.googleusercontent.com/sea...

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.205.x) on December 12 2022, 10:46am in 6519:
    Ohh, that would be awesome! Yeah, it's windows and yes, alt-gr is the same as ctrl+alt combined.

  • Posted by Ian the The (194.191.233.x) on December 12 2022, 3:47am in 6519:
    I'm guessing it's the modifier key - CtrlAlt and then the € which 128...?

  • Posted by Justin on December 12 2022, 3:38am in 6519:
    ah, actually maybe I can fix this

  • Posted by Justin on December 12 2022, 2:55am in 6519:
    This on Windows?

  • Posted by Squeakytadpole (65.24.107.x) on December 11 2022, 2:20pm in 6081:
    I don't think you guys understand what a blockchain is or the power it brings to the people!!! I don't get it really but the majority of people can't grasp it. People scream out about the environment and nfts where is this talk about the 100s of other products that hurt the environment way more than mining. The blockchain is what makes a nft a one of a kind and valuable not the image or the ip but it being assigned a token numbers and able to be verified on the blockchain and tracked by anyone.

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.204.x) on December 11 2022, 10:38am in 6519:
    Bummer. It's actually one of the last corners of Reaper, where things are impossible to handle. :/ I've toyed around with ReaImgui, which can access all keyboard-codes in a way, that you can convert them using utf8.char() into their character representation. Wouldn't it be possible to to learn from how they do it?

  • Posted by 2022 (95.145.189.x) on December 10 2022, 8:16pm in 6520:
    lol nice!... picked up a few good sound things at boot sales this year- 1 was a mini violin..love that sound! tricky 1 to get a grip with..:D

  • Posted by wasereb4 (139.18.242.x) on December 9 2022, 8:32pm in 6517:
    @Vitali, I think for 'serious' scripts it's not good enough, but you can say e.g. write a ReaScript that prints 'Hello World', stuff like that...

  • Posted by Vitali (195.191.162.x) on December 9 2022, 9:18am in 6517:
    wasereb4, what ReaScript it helped you to write? :)

  • Posted by 2022 (95.145.189.x) on December 8 2022, 11:26pm in 6514:
    win10 audio is a maze of spagi bollocknese imo- what a mess!! (wonder how you might do it!?)

  • Posted by Justin on December 8 2022, 3:47pm in 6503:
    Efficient cores aren't great for low latecy audio in general, no. But I don't really have an opinion on these CPUs

  • Posted by Tale (77.170.68.x) on December 5 2022, 7:42am in 6511:
    I use WDL's Blowfish (though probably not in any production code), and apparently I even added CBC mode wrappers to it in my WDL fork. I guess I should add include guards (or #pragma once) as well...

  • Posted by 2022 (95.145.189.x) on December 5 2022, 1:33am in 6506:
    persistence,very special this is..hand crafted..unique. many brownie points scored. 💚

  • Posted by Gio (94.70.29.x) on December 4 2022, 10:52pm in 6511:
    If you consider it's time for this old piece of code to go then that would be the best thing to do :)

  • Posted by binbinhfr (86.211.250.x) on December 3 2022, 8:45am in 6503:
    I did not know about this VST3 feature. I finally made some testing using a VST3 EQ, and effectively, running it in mono or stereo on a mono signal does not multiply CPU by x2. So I have another question for a future CPU upgrade : are these new Intel 13th gen CPUs worth it ? Like this one : Intel Core i5-13600KF (3.5 GHz / 5.1 GHz) Processor 14-Core (6 Performance-Cores + 8 Efficient-Cores) 20-Threads Socket. Does Reaper fully benefit of these "efficient cores" ? Or multi-threading ?

  • Posted by Justin on November 30 2022, 6:44pm in 6503:
    but having said that -- you can use the "VST3 Bus Size" setting on the plug-in and request mono if you're so inclined.

  • Posted by Justin on November 30 2022, 6:42pm in 6503:
    Well then, as my explanation above indicates, there usually isn't a double CPU load, but maybe a slight increase.

  • Posted by binbinhfr (86.211.250.x) on November 30 2022, 5:14pm in 6503:
    Sorry for my bad english, but I meant : what can we do in Reaper to avoid this double CPU load on effective mono-tracks ?

  • Posted by Name (23.106.56.x) on November 29 2022, 11:57am in 6486:
    as for me. i'm totally for architecture hostile to motorists. at least in my country

  • Posted by My Name (171.48.3.x) on November 26 2022, 4:23pm in 6493:
    @Daniel Lumertz What was your age when you started your master? In which field you are doing your master?

  • Posted by 2022 (95.145.189.x) on November 25 2022, 9:59am in 6496:
    oh ok ty...would suggest there are indeed complex and intricately connected pathways...energy vortexes of mind body...the tricky bit is science being able to measure subjective experiences,reliably,repeatedly - but! it has been done to some degree fwiw. worth a brief study perhaps? cheers!

  • Posted by Daniel Lumertz (201.48.182.x) on November 24 2022, 9:47pm in 6493:
    I am doing my master and have a colleague with that age more or less. I think is very nice for the academic community have more experienced people together with younger people with less background. Normally in academy the more diverse the better is the discussions as more ground are covered, at least in music i guess.

  • Posted by OedipeMess (91.170.55.x) on November 24 2022, 3:55pm in 6495:
    Thank you for your answer, and yes the work is guaranteed improvement

  • Posted by musicalcode (136.226.74.x) on November 24 2022, 5:03am in 6474:
    Oh hmm, kind of just threw it out there since I like how you respond to random code questions. How about...Item, does MidiItem/AudioItem/VideoItem inherit from Item or, does Item have the other or...something?? That, or favorite pizza topping.

  • Posted by Leandro Alvarez (104.158.4.x) on November 23 2022, 7:20pm in 6491:
    Maybe Airwindows, Analog Obsession, Tukan?

  • Posted by Justin on November 23 2022, 4:56pm in 6493:
    Ahh, I'm the last person qualified to ask, as I have no experience beyond the first year of undergraduate.

  • Posted by todd_r (193.113.48.x) on November 23 2022, 9:53am in 6472:
    All the cool kid producers love karaoke

  • Posted by Your Name (182.68.134.x) on November 23 2022, 6:20am in 6493:
    Oh I meant PG (Post Graduation)

  • Posted by Justin on November 23 2022, 1:36am in 6491:
    ahh, who should be included? I dunno, I don't use enough plug-ins I'm lame ;)

  • Posted by Need a taller name (117.234.222.x) on November 22 2022, 4:30am in 6491:
    Official website of Synth1. Just translate it in English. daichilab.sakura.ne.jp/softsynth/i...

  • Posted by Need a bigger name (117.234.222.x) on November 22 2022, 4:28am in 6491:
    and I think it is developed by a single person. Hence an indie developer.

  • Posted by Need a longer name (117.234.222.x) on November 22 2022, 4:27am in 6491:
    I think Synth1 is one of the best free synth plugin? And reviews say so too.

  • Posted by Jonas (88.65.109.x) on November 20 2022, 11:53am in 6487:
    Have fun :)

  • Posted by Airon (91.64.134.x) on November 19 2022, 10:30am in 6484:
    Mim , fakemaxwell and myself are full time mixers it appears. We are discussing this here: forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=258048. Any thread is fine though.

  • Posted by Justin on November 18 2022, 7:31pm in 6484:
    The forum is a better place to discuss this for sure. Anyone else I would've scolded for bringing it up here to begin with ;)

  • Posted by Airon (91.64.134.x) on November 18 2022, 1:39pm in 6484:
    I can't arm tracks when I'm mixing a film. Having selected tracks auto-arm will just gang up the volume, so I'm hoping for something better. At the very least volume+pan automation recording has to be treated like you treat midi and audio. I was hoping you could come up with a solution that perhaps activates when a track is in anything but trim-read or read mode. Please think it over, because any fader jockeys(like myself) are having a bad time. Discuss in the forum ?

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.204.x) on November 17 2022, 9:29pm in 6482:
    It's the very first code to run, when you start Reaper. This first code calls other code located in other structures that are also called functions but aren't named main, rather a different name. .

  • Posted by dom (82.132.212.x) on November 17 2022, 1:11pm in 6480:
    Try YSFX - github.com/jpcima/ysfx

  • Posted by Your Name (23.106.56.x) on November 17 2022, 10:27am in 6482:
    What is Main() REAPER function?

  • Posted by WinAMP295 Dude (174.67.42.x) on November 16 2022, 5:03pm in 6460:
    Thank you! Plus... the last version of Windows to not spy on you was Windows 7. Thank God for VMs/Containers and linux gaming!

  • Posted by Buy One (95.135.211.x) on November 14 2022, 10:47am in 6476:
    Thank you

  • Posted by wasereb4 (87.167.85.x) on November 13 2022, 12:15am in 6472:
    There are quite a few (free) ways to create seperate stems from a mix, no need to integrate into Reaper imo. This is the best I've tried so far: github.com/facebookresearch/demucs

  • Posted by Ignacio (93.35.164.x) on November 12 2022, 7:12pm in 6473:
    Gracias Justin! Regarding using a 64-channel ReaStream instance, I can't seem to find how to have it set to more than 8-channels, search the forums but couldn't find it. Am I missing something?

  • Posted by Justin on November 12 2022, 1:34pm in 6472:
    it's all good, just because something is interesting to some people doesn't mean it's worth pursuing for me. :)

  • Posted by 2022 (91.110.225.x) on November 11 2022, 11:27pm in 6472:
    ahh ok- sorry if it touched a nerve..bit jokey- but still do not think it would be bloat at all..very useful in fact..what else are people paying to upgrade for? old,or,new stuff? Just think there is a lot of creative scope to these newer methods..great for karaoke and realtime mixing etc...new + inventive is very popular amongst the younger generations justin..decent paying customers looking for great deals? thats is all. cheers anyway.

  • Posted by lolzor (89.82.152.x) on November 11 2022, 4:19pm in 6472:
    Lol i'm so happy that the Reaper devs don't overbloat their software with things for "potential new customers". It's the whole value of the DAW

  • Posted by Justin on November 11 2022, 11:59am in 6473:
    If you're using hardware outputs, they should all be latency compensated automatically and you'll be good.

  • Posted by Ignacio (93.35.165.x) on November 11 2022, 10:58am in 6473:
    I see, thanks. And if I don't use ReaStream but for example. If using a session as a tape machine and outputing through analog outputs, DANTE or ReaRoute. What would be the best way to do this? Or how does people who use consoles do in REAPER? Keeping it simple with no internal sends, but tracks with plugins and maybe folders should be sending all the channels at the same time, if the hardware outpus are post fader or post fx? Any tips on how can I understand this further?

  • Posted by Justin on November 11 2022, 2:07am in 6473:
    Tthe main thing is that multiple instances of ReaStream will almost certainly not be synchronized. The latency compensation behaviors and anticipative FX multiprocessing could also cause issues, but even without that you'll be in trouble...

  • Posted by Ignacio (5.90.3.x) on November 11 2022, 12:44am in 6473:
    Thanks a lot, I haven't thought of that way. I imagine but lately I don't have luck in the forum with this type of questions. Is there any guide that explains how the latency compensation works in cases where you want to output audio like this, or even using analog outputs? I guess that if just going to the master channel, the fastest tracks wait for the slowest and they all go out together. But what happens if there is a hierarchy and audio is being outputted at different points of the singal flow? Thanks!

  • Posted by Justin on November 11 2022, 12:23am in 6471:
    some of both, mostly not-REAPER though

  • Posted by quackos (45.128.133.x) on November 10 2022, 8:34pm in 6471:
    REAPER things or not-REAPER things?

  • Posted by Justin on November 10 2022, 2:12pm in 6472:
    pfft

  • Posted by 2022 (91.110.225.x) on November 10 2022, 8:52am in 6472:
    ahhh well thats a shame.. lots of potential new customers looking for new tools! guessing reaper is aimed just for middle to old aged guitarists? :/

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.204.x) on November 5 2022, 6:02pm in 6466:
    Ask landlords and real estate agents. Their opinion will differ ;) If you can buy land to drill for oil and gas and destroy our planet you can buy land to protect it from us. That's the great thing about economy: its biggest weakness is also its biggest potential to save our butts from us.

  • Posted by 2022 (91.110.225.x) on November 5 2022, 2:38pm in 6466:
    1 cannot "buy" what belongs to all- earth is an inheritance for ALL mankinds.. they should be guardians and peaceful keepers of the garden,yet some are not.

  • Posted by Just Asking (66.115.146.x) on November 4 2022, 8:12pm in 6467:
    He's great. Mid 90's "I Feel Alright" would be a excellent entry point for the uninitiated.

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.204.x) on November 4 2022, 11:58am in 6466:
    Buy rain forest and protect it from the rest of the world. Or the forests of siberia. Both are ecologically important for the planet and a good investment.

  • Posted by Justin on November 3 2022, 10:14pm in 6466:
    That would require some significant thought...

  • Posted by make it better (185.246.211.x) on November 3 2022, 9:56pm in 6466:
    how would you get rid of it / spread it around

  • Posted by 2022 (31.124.45.x) on November 3 2022, 11:39am in 6464:
    justin,with all respect- remember back why you employed schwa (did he not do something that was not permitted which impressed you? ) think about it..extra capable minded users can help "fix things" a lot quicker by owning a right to modify for the good of all.. + please check gumshoe opinion on registrations of any kind...this is quotable and researchable fact ok.. > youtu.be/Q4dZHORYjKw cheers.

  • Posted by Justin on November 2 2022, 3:43pm in 6464:
    FWIW if you buy a REAPER license, you for all intents and purposes "own" that license and it's good for as long as you want to use those REAPER versions, so what's the hangup? You own the license to use, not the actual thing.




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