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Old 07-01-2010, 08:27 PM   #41
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Re: east coast accents, this one is my favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKaHuLMg9tY

(I enjoyed the REAPER intro video, too
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Oh Snap. I think I say that a few times throughout.

I never heard of Free Lossless Audio Codec.

I had a bunch of people asking me about Fruity Loops that week and assumed.



It's actually easy for to change. Might be harder on their end.
It's an format commonly used by Audiophiles and pirates.

About the equivalent to Apple Lossless but open.

On PC I use FLACdrop and xACT on Mac for converting.
iTunes doesn't read FLAC but Songbird or Cog do on Mac.

If you want smaller file size but don't want to degrade the audio quality FLAC is the way to go.
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Just wanted to announce the release of my new Reaper Tutorials.

Reaper Explained - Don't Fear Reaper



I want to thank everyone and this forum for their support.

Thank you.
this is freaking incredible!!!!! so stoked
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Old 07-02-2010, 10:00 AM   #44
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Re: east coast accents, this one is my favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKaHuLMg9tY

(I enjoyed the REAPER intro video, too
Like "o" as in "toeoeoeowe".

But there again all you guys over there in the colonies have funny accents. You even TYPE funny! (grinny grin grin)

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la Corse, France


P.S. Just watched the sampler video and they are right! my eyeballs are where my ears are normally! Talk about high speed delivery! You could have done them at normal human being speed, had it come out to ohhh.. about 5.5 hours and charged us more!

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Old 07-02-2010, 11:47 AM   #45
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I'm actually more interested to see how my loyal Pro Tools fan base is going to take it.
I think that any serious Pro Tools user has got to be frustrated, at best. Personally, I see a slow, painful, death spiral for AVID. Their business is built on a model that has changed significantly. It's no longer viable, and I don't think they're going to be able to adjust. It's not acceptable for us to have to wait 6 months for a serious bug to be fixed.

This tutorial series is a pretty bold statement, I'd say. You obviously have been spending lots of time with Reaper. Looks like the future, to me.
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Like "o" as in "toeoeoeowe".

But there again all you guys over there in the colonies have funny accents. You even TYPE funny! (grinny grin grin)

Yvain deLava
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P.S. Just watched the sampler video and they are right! my eyeballs are where my ears are normally! Talk about high speed delivery! You could have done them at normal human being speed, had it come out to ohhh.. about 5.5 hours and charged us more!
Yes, it is even more of a bargain with his fast and high speed delivery of information especially if English is your first language because he packs a lot into each of his tutorial videos. Just watch the vids several times while pausing and replay to catch what he is saying if it is flying past you. Have Reaper open and practice what he preaches while watching.

Not only am I learning a bunch of stuff I had no clue was hidden inside Reaper but I am even picking up on his Lawn Guyland accent. It might help me out when I visit back East sometime when ordering food or something. You know like getting a bigger piece of pie because the staff thinks you are from the neighborhood. Heck, one can learn Reaper, English, a new dialect and an accent all at the same time. ;-)
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I think that any serious Pro Tools user has got to be frustrated, at best. Personally, I see a slow, painful, death spiral for AVID. Their business is built on a model that has changed significantly. It's no longer viable, and I don't think they're going to be able to adjust. It's not acceptable for us to have to wait 6 months for a serious bug to be fixed.

This tutorial series is a pretty bold statement, I'd say. You obviously have been spending lots of time with Reaper. Looks like the future, to me.
+1, I totally agree!!!!!
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Old 07-02-2010, 02:22 PM   #48
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I watched the free preview, it looks great.

I am also impressed that the 10 minute preview appears to be a single take! Even if it's not a single take, it speaks well for your editing skills that it seems like one

(OK, I re watched, it's more than one take. Still, nice performance!)
We are given some very cool software, Kenny is a master, but it even makes my stuff look like a one take wonder!
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I think that any serious Pro Tools user has got to be frustrated, at best. Personally, I see a slow, painful, death spiral for AVID. Their business is built on a model that has changed significantly. It's no longer viable, and I don't think they're going to be able to adjust. It's not acceptable for us to have to wait 6 months for a serious bug to be fixed.

This tutorial series is a pretty bold statement, I'd say. You obviously have been spending lots of time with Reaper. Looks like the future, to me.
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Old 07-02-2010, 04:25 PM   #50
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SOT...Can these be order just in boxed DVDs...?( no download)..I see that in the cart select it states it takes 3-4 days to ship Domestic,but on the site it says 3-4 weeks..Thanks...
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Old 07-02-2010, 04:58 PM   #51
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any coupon codes for us kenny?
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Old 07-02-2010, 06:03 PM   #52
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Re: east coast accents, this one is my favorite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKaHuLMg9tY

(I enjoyed the REAPER intro video, too
Awesome.

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I think that any serious Pro Tools user has got to be frustrated, at best. Personally, I see a slow, painful, death spiral for AVID. Their business is built on a model that has changed significantly. It's no longer viable, and I don't think they're going to be able to adjust. It's not acceptable for us to have to wait 6 months for a serious bug to be fixed.

This tutorial series is a pretty bold statement, I'd say. You obviously have been spending lots of time with Reaper. Looks like the future, to me.
I'd say this has more to do with what Reaper is doing right and less to do with what Pro Tools is doing wrong.

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Yes, it is even more of a bargain with his fast and high speed delivery of information especially if English is your first language because he packs a lot into each of his tutorial videos. Just watch the vids several times while pausing and replay to catch what he is saying if it is flying past you. Have Reaper open and practice what he preaches while watching.

Not only am I learning a bunch of stuff I had no clue was hidden inside Reaper but I am even picking up on his Lawn Guyland accent. It might help me out when I visit back East sometime when ordering food or something. You know like getting a bigger piece of pie because the staff thinks you are from the neighborhood. Heck, one can learn Reaper, English, a new dialect and an accent all at the same time. ;-)
Too funny.

This should be written on the box.
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Old 07-02-2010, 06:36 PM   #53
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SOT...Can these be order just in boxed DVDs...?( no download)..I see that in the cart select it states it takes 3-4 days to ship Domestic,but on the site it says 3-4 weeks..Thanks...
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Old 07-02-2010, 06:40 PM   #54
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I'd say this has more to do with what Reaper is doing right and less to do with what Pro Tools is doing wrong.
I think it's a bit of both.

Speaking only for myself, I would never of gotten here if AVID were responsive to some of the larger issues that came up with PT 8.

Now that I'm here, you're absolutely right, there's dozens of amazing features unique to Reaper. And they're simply genius. They're almost all "duh, of course we needed that", but it evidently took some out of the box thinking to implement them. Brilliant!
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Old 07-02-2010, 07:03 PM   #55
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This would be better answered by Groove3 who may be out of the office for the holiday.

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Now that I'm here, you're absolutely right, there's dozens of amazing features unique to Reaper. And they're simply genius. They're almost all "duh, of course we needed that", but it evidently took some out of the box thinking to implement them. Brilliant!
Couldn't agree more.

Snapping? Of course. Why does it need a grid mode when it can just Snap when it's close?

Or hold down Shift to disable. No more shifting to Grid mode then back to Slip mode.

Change every color in the program? Of course.

A key command for everything? Yes. Yes. Yes.
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Old 07-05-2010, 02:22 PM   #56
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Kenny,

thank you. Very good vid. I bought the download. Totally worth it.

I am not a noob to Reaper and I've "got by" and it's great seeing the video with someone who knows their way around the program. It's like learning from a mate.

Nice one.

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Old 07-05-2010, 05:42 PM   #57
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Kenny,

I've been a fan of all your Pro Tools vidz. How do you hear the Reaper sound engine and it's Rea-native plugins in comparison with what you use in PT??
do you feel the 64-bit engine in Reaper is a superior sound engine than that of an HD system??
Again, to your ears...
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Old 07-05-2010, 05:50 PM   #58
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hey I just thought I'd share this as it might be of some value to PT users


http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=60743

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Old 07-05-2010, 06:27 PM   #59
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Just watched the video too. Good pacing, liked the accent, too. Kind of like one of the "Outsiders" teaching you how to record. Ralph Macchio, but tougher. Some tutorial voices can be rather annoying, but yours is actually so unique that it made listening more interesting. I figure that's a good thing.

Glad to see this in the collection of Reaper recruitment materials.
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just wanted to thank you for the videos kenny. SUPER helpful. any plans for more advanced videos?
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Old 07-05-2010, 08:19 PM   #61
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Kenny,

I've been a fan of all your Pro Tools vidz. How do you hear the Reaper sound engine and it's Rea-native plugins in comparison with what you use in PT??
do you feel the 64-bit engine in Reaper is a superior sound engine than that of an HD system??
Again, to your ears...
Thank you.

I think all of the plugins hold up nicely to what I have going in Pro Tools.

I still prefer to mix in Pro Tools and I am more comfortable with plugins that I've used for years now. But that may change.

I think the sound engine sounds great but I'm not using the 64 bit version. I'm still on a PPC mac.

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just wanted to thank you for the videos kenny. SUPER helpful. any plans for more advanced videos?
Yes. Definitely.
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Old 07-05-2010, 09:16 PM   #62
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Hey Kenny,

Could you tell a bit more about what's keeping you in PT for mixing? Is it just the plugs?

Also, I believe that Reaper's audio engine is 64bit regardless of whether you are using the 32 or 64 bit version of the program.
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yes the audio engine is 64 bit for both the x86 and x64 versions of Reaper.



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yes the audio engine is 64 bit for both the x86 and x64 versions of Reaper.
That's right, the audio processing is 64 bit on all operating systems.
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Hey Kenny,

Could you tell a bit more about what's keeping you in PT for mixing? Is it just the plugs?

Also, I believe that Reaper's audio engine is 64bit regardless of whether you are using the 32 or 64 bit version of the program.
It's actually a bunch of things. I have so many goto plugins that just aren't in Reaper. But I'm slowly migrating into new ones.

I'm much faster at automating in Pro Tools. I have a Control24 so that is tough to compete with using a mousewheel.

Right now I'm happy going back and forth. It helps me appreciate what each program does better and I'm constantly building different workflows as I do more and more in Reaper.

Thanks for all the support.
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Old 07-06-2010, 08:49 AM   #66
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Hello Everyone,

Asa Doyle from Groove 3 here. I wanted to thank everyone for their support and the warm reception we are receiving from the community. It really means a lot to us. We are dedicating more resources to Reaper and you will continue to see more Reaper training from us.


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SOT...Can these be order just in boxed DVDs...?( no download)..I see that in the cart select it states it takes 3-4 days to ship Domestic,but on the site it says 3-4 weeks..Thanks...
Whenever we release a new product, we make the download available immediately, but the discs are usually still at the production facility. Normally they are in and shipping more quickly than the 3-4 weeks that is noted on the product page.


The "3-4 Days" shipping time you see for the selected shipping method during checkout reflects how long it will take to arrive once the item has shipped.

Sorry for any confusion on that.

If anyone has any questions, dont hesitate to contact us through our support form on the site or via phone.

Thanks again for your support.

All the best,
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Old 07-06-2010, 10:30 AM   #67
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My review is up on Audiogeekzine

http://www.audiogeekzine.com/2010/07...y-kenny-gioia/




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I don’t usually give ratings to products (maybe I should?) but I can’t stress enough how great this video is.

Rating: 9/10 Groove3 sets the bar high for quality tutorial videos and this one exceeded my expectations. This video is essential training for every Reaper user.
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Can't thank you enough. Thank you.

Love the DUC refugee.

Can I start calling myself "The Amazing Kenny Gioia" so people don't get me confused with the regular version?
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Old 07-08-2010, 06:16 AM   #69
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I tried to watch the sample but I just see a flash of the little red "no-video-here" X. Is the sample still there? Could this be a function of having upgraded to IE 8?

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You may have tried to access the video while we were switching it.

We decided to use the Navigation and Zooming tutorial as our new sample tutorial.

We just felt it provided more information than the Introduction video.

So, one more free video for everyone.

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That's all I needed to know. I am buying this series tonight. Sample video was completely awesome!
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Excellent.....had a looksey at the "Navi" video....clear, concise and informative.....so I've taken the plunge and bought the entire set....downloading later today....


Great Work Kenny

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Dude.....this is the best video training series EVER!! I have learned more sitting here the last hour than the last 2 months playing around with REAPER. Holy S**T!!!

Just setting up a new project cleanly was worth it, along with MIDI examples. EVERYTHING makes complete sense now. LMAO!

Best $40 spent so far for my home studio. Great friggin job!
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But there again all you guys over there in the colonies have funny accents.
Took you guys 2 thousand years to invent the language. Only took us 200 to perfect it !
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Excellent.....had a looksey at the "Navi" video....clear, concise and informative.....so I've taken the plunge and bought the entire set....downloading later today....


Great Work Kenny

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Dude.....this is the best video training series EVER!! I have learned more sitting here the last hour than the last 2 months playing around with REAPER. Holy S**T!!!

Just setting up a new project cleanly was worth it, along with MIDI examples. EVERYTHING makes complete sense now. LMAO!

Best $40 spent so far for my home studio. Great friggin job!
You guys are almost making the 4 weeks of cursing at tongue (quite literally) seem worth it.

Thanks
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I loved the sample so have purchased it! It is downloading right now. By the way Kenny, I have never used Pro-tools but have recorded to it in many-a-studio. I am a 45 year old musician and have even recorded to 2 inch tape in my time. I am also familiar with some of your work, so it's awesome to see you on this forum. I think that your dual DAW approach is good for some of the Reaper elitists; whatever gets the job done is what a person should use. I will say that it was on the last project I recorded in a PT studio that the engineer recommended Reaper to me (after I had already begun to tinker with it). Since then, he is slowly migrating to an all Reaper studio. Anyway, thanks for your super-valuable input and good luck with your own work.

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from the unofficial reaper chat:

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Somebody tell me who the hell is Kenny Gioia and why the hell should he be paid a bunch of money for what users have been getting in here free off bbb/myself and various other users ?
- not my words, not how i feel, but maybe a good question to answer?
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Many people HAVE contributed much to Reaper. But to answer the question;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Gioia


Just try to learn from other peoples experience and success.
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Many people HAVE contributed much to Reaper. But to answer the question;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Gioia


Just try to learn from other peoples experience and success.
I agree totally
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My take is this. I am more a "visual" learner. One of those people that you just have to show me real quick and I am good. I have downloaded and printed the complete REAPER Manual and there is alot there to go over. BUT....with my job (Army), I don't have a whole lot of time to read 400+ pages. Sitting down and watching a quick 10-min video is way better for me.

So in the end....I had $40, and it works for me. And it's all in one place. To each their own I guess.
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