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@Atte, what is the next DAW(s) you're using?
How does Radium compare to Renoise?
On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 1:33 PM, Atte wrote:
> On 04/16/2014 12:53 PM, Vytautas Jancauskas wrote:
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@Atte, what is the next DAW(s) you're using?<=
br>How does Radium compare to Renoise?On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 1:33 PM, A=
tte <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 04/16/2014 12:53 PM, Vyta=
utas Jancauskas wrote:
What are the many other reasons?
>From the top of my head:
* No support for sustain pedal on renoise native instruments (and no intere=
st in adding it)
* Doesn't work well with lot's of long samples
* X-fade loop broken, no interest in fixing, I even posted a python script =
to show how it's done without magic
* New version is a step in a direction I don't like
=C2=A0 * "remove unused samples" feature removed
=C2=A0 * loop editor removed
=C2=A0 * don't get the new instrument design
Although I don't completely understand
the first problem either... Trackers are most suited for the kind of
music you would buy an MPC for I guess.
True. In '09 when I started using renoise, the options were quite limit=
ed. Renoise was the only stable, well rounded music software I could find. =
I always felt that the tracker interface counter-productive and backwards (=
although it has it's strong points). So you could say that I lived with=
and learned to work with/agains the tracker part of renoise until now.
Today it's different, there are quite a few options.
http://atte.dk =C2=A0 http://modlys.dk
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