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Old 02-15-2007, 07:53 PM   #4
Jason Brian Merrill
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as a long time owner of BFD, i can say BFD has the most variety and most flexible library of sounds..

as far as using it as a multi output vsti, its pretty easy and again, very flexible.

you have up to 34 outputs, and you can route any of its mics or pieces to whatever output you wish, you can make them as seperate tracks in reaper.

right now, reaper doesnt have a quick "render to stems" function, but it does have it in the render menu item command

and you can render stems from here, and then put it in AA. If you want you can render each track with the pieces you want to seperate solo'ed, or you can render all the tracks seperatly from multiple outs.

there is alot of flexibility in REAPER, too; and can only be more to come.
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