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Bob Hoffnar

Austin, Tx
Post  Posted 15 Oct 2020 7:43 pm    
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A buddy of mine just set this up:


Wash your hands !
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Los Angeles
Post  Posted 16 Oct 2020 6:38 am    
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I know nothing about Reaper.
I do not record with a DAW.
I did not watch any of the videos.

But already, I like his videos.

Because they are all SHORT (less than 3 minutes).
I hate going to YT to get information on something that should be simple, and get a 20 minute video thrown in my face.

The primary offenders that come to mind are youngsters doing a demo of a distortion type pedal.
It has three knobs, just like every other pedal of that type.
We already have a pretty good idea of why it exists (to distort).
And this needs to have 20 minute video because?
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Jim Fogle

North Carolina, Winston-Salem, USA
Post  Posted 26 Oct 2020 11:41 am    
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I posted a link in a PG Music (Band-in-a-Box) forum post.

I don't use Reaper much but it is a popular DAW with users in the PG Music forum so it is many peoples first choice when answering the what is the best DAW question asked in most music forums.
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