Originally Posted by Electrode
But anyway, it has kind of exposed you as the "biggest hyper" in this thread.
I'm "exposed" as a "hyper"? So, one can say what one chooses to about Reaper, but then another can't say anything about Pro Tools? All I've done is present my opinion relative to the topic.
aI merely said why I don't like reaper.
... and all I've said is the my opinion to the contrary. Double standard?
I even added some of the features in reaper that I would actually
... do you know what the term "back handed compliment" means?
love to see in Protools... But you've gone off the deep end, really. It
By posting a complicated issue that isn't found in Reaper with a complicated solution, which I've never encountered in Reaper? "Ok".
is obvious that you don't want to have a constructive conversation.
Have you ever used protools HD? Have you ever routed outboard gear into your DAW as inserts?
Actually, yes, at one point I had a number of things looped on my Motu 24 I/O with Reaper and didn't have any problems. Not that one finds that as a common thing with most mixing ITB these days, but YMMV.
Have you ever mixed through an analogue desk?
That is the thing you set your coffee on in the control room?
Those pieces of gear don't work in anything other than realtime. It is the one reason why 99% of the time, protools lack of offline bounce doesn't bother me one bit.
... and that's why Reaper is rubbish? Ok.
Listing a bug in a 5 year old version of protools as some kind of argument against its predictability is just ridiculous.
It's perfect now?
On the other hand, posting pictures of what Reaper looked like 5 years ago isn't ridiculous, and it's "hype" to show otherwise? Or to make passing generalized statements that Reaper is "unpredictable" without any qualification?
Acting like you have something to gain by proving reaper is the best is just a waste of time.
I am not trying to prove anything, except provide my opinion relative to the topic of this thread and to counter positions I feel are contrary to reality.
Seriously, if you are against "hype"... please stop and grow up.