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Old 05-04-2015, 06:58 AM   #81
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Old 05-04-2015, 12:26 PM   #82
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A lot of modern groove based stuff like Dubstep DnB and so on are a total chore in Reaper unless you are happy to neverending resample in the audio domain, Reapers automation is super basic and only really designed for mixing.
So to do those styles you need to keep resampling snippets and using Reaper like Live, then you have to ask yourself "Why am i using Reaper like Live, just get Live, its better at this" hahahaha

Personally i havent composed a song in Reaper in a very long time, the whole "hmmm maybe i can make a macro to do this missing feature" is great when you are fiddling, but when you are composing, stopping and starting every five minutes because something is missing or just so archaic it kills your vibe (automation lol wtf reaper) is a real passion killer.
just use Reaper for misdown, its what its actually designed for
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Old 05-04-2015, 04:41 PM   #83
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Done with reaper, not happy with that .

I had to start the song 5 or six times until reaper was able to start the various sequencers in sync (it is all hardware, except the vocal & the string samples.
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Old 05-04-2015, 09:41 PM   #84
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Ok I'll chime in.

Dance music or electronic music (I'm assuming, as there are other genres of dance that involve only acoustic instruments) in general require a lot of automation and modulation to approach the same level of complexity and expression as found in even basic acoustic instrument music.

For this reason it is important to have tools to speed up this workflow.

REAPER is on par or exceeding expectations for item editing and parameter modulation, however automation lacks tools which I would consider essential and only truly useable if natively implemented.

For example, Cubase has tools for creating line shapes such as parabolas, sine waves, triangles, etc etc in a set number of repetitions and in height and depth, all within one mouse drag stroke with key modifiers. As ambitious as some scripts available here are, they do not come close to that sort of workflow.

It is also a chore to edit the settings of groups of points, without the assistance of cluttered custom toolbars for this purpose.

Lastly, the drawing of points comes with no smoothing options.
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Old 05-05-2015, 04:15 AM   #85
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Reaper isn't Cubase and Reaper isn't Live.. Reaper is Reaper.

Arguably, Cubase and Live are better for producing EDM.. However, I write Techno tracks and have worked almost exclusively in Reaper since 2008.

Earlier this year I tried to write a track in Live and although it was good at some stuff I had to return to Reaper to progress the track.

I think that i have just become so comfortable with Reaper and have learnt to work around its weaknesses in order to benefit from its pluses.

It's all down to working style I guess.
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Old 05-05-2015, 07:15 AM   #86
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I think that i have just become so comfortable with Reaper and have learnt to work around its weaknesses in order to benefit from its pluses.

It's all down to working style I guess.
Same here.

I came from logic 5 for PC and got fed up of all its random bugs.
paying the fruit tax was out of discussion

cubase and live just didn't fit. dunno why. i loved the pattern concept live but at the same time found it to be a pita to actually build a track. and the version i've demoed was buggy as f.
reaper convinced me with its stability and efficiency (number of vsts before cpu maxxing out)


I really don't get the rants regarding lack of automation features and i also do lots of edm with a ton of automation.
There was never one situation where I couldn't do what I wanted to do.
Sure, some things maybe more elegant in other daws (loopable automation items is something i'd really love to have), but nothing is perfect.
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Old 05-05-2015, 10:06 AM   #87
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Take a look on Redux (http://renoise.com/redux), seems to be successor over Renoise when you need to use it in another DAW ... No rewiring shit, just load as any other VST.

Also ImageLine Minihost is a great tool, you should use FLS grid editor inside Reaper, many new workflows opened ...
Yeah I'm keeping a close eye on it. Might spring for it if it seems worthwhile, though just slaving Renoise to Reaper has been very stable and reliable for me. But, ideally, if Redux turns out to be what I think, having that and Plogue Bidule in Reaper (Bidule reminds me of Logic's "Environment" functionality) will add up to a force to be reckoned with for electronic music styles. The only hang-up for most with Renoise/Redux is the tracker-style sequencer, too arcane for many people, but it's actually quite easy to learn and a lot of fun once you get into sample offsets and other breakbeat-style stuff, it offers quite a different, more flexible way of conceptualizing time signature/beat that has turned out to be very creatively freeing for me. The other killer feature in Renoise with Reaper is the Phrase Editor, couldn't make music without it now I'm so addicted. It really is an excellent companion to Reaper so I hope Redux works out. Buying Reaper, Renoise and Bidule together costs considerably less than Live alone, and I would argue makes for a better, richer, more creative DIY environment for electronic music overall. I like their lack of multi-gb sample/instrument libraries -- you have to do (or at least hunt and download) everything yourself.

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Old 07-03-2015, 09:49 AM   #88
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I find automation is way easier in FLS. But I'm not so much recording it live; rather, drawing it in, after the fact.

I also really dig the groove templates in FLS... found in the Quantize area. Reaper's "humanize" is good but it isn't as focussed as the FLS templates (which, you can always change to suit your needs).

Last, i guess the Midi editor is nice in FLS. Took me a while to appreciate it, but shifting notes a bit (so they don't sound robotic) and adjusting velocity is nice in FLS. All this can be done in Reaper. But I just find that FLS is easier on the eyes or something.
Been feeling a little guilty about this post. I think I wrote it while on a FLS kick. But after getting frustrated with FLS' limitations, I'm back in the Reaper school, for sure.

The only thing about FLS automation I liked better was that it was a bit easier to copy and paste a point value. But everything else... well, there's no comparison. I especially like how easy it is in Reaper to duplicate entire envelopes, copy and past them to any other track you want. I found this a hassle - actually mind boggling - in FLS.

And FLS doesn't have a humanize feature like Reaper.

However, I do like the arpeggiator in FLS. But I can import those files into Reaper... which is home base. It's just way easier to use... for me anyhow.

There... sin expunged..
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Old 07-03-2015, 11:32 AM   #89
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Sure. In which type of dance are you interested?

A[edit]
Acharuli (Georgian folk dance)
Acro dance
Affranchi (Haiti)
Allemande
Ardha (Arab tribal war dance)
Argentine Tango
Arkan (Ukrainian, Hutsul)
Attan (Pashtun)
Azonto (Ghanaian dance)
B[edit]
Bachata (Dominican Republic, Latin Club, Folk)
Baagh Naach (Folk dance from Odisha, India)
Bagurumba (Folk dance of Assam, North-east India)
Balboa (Swing)
Ballet, category, also known as classical dance
Ballos (Burçak tarlası oyunu)(Greece), (Turkey)
Ballroom dance, category
Ballu tundu (Sardinia)
Bandari dance
Bardo Chham (Folk dance of Arunachal, North-east India)
Barn dance, category
Baroque dance, category
Barynya (Russian, folk)
Basse danse (also Basse-dance, Bassadanse, Bassadanze. French and Italian Renaissance dances)
Basque dance
BBoying (Breakdance)
Belly dance
Beguine, dance of Caribbean origin
Bergamask (Be dance, from Bergamo, Italy
Bhangra (Folk Dance of Northern India)
Bharatanatyam (Indian classical dance)
Big Apple (Line dance)
Bihu dance (Folk dance of Assam, India)
Black Bottom (see Lindy Hop)
Blues (Club dance, Swing)
Bolero (American Ballroom, Cuban, European)
Bomba (African, Caribbean)
Bon Odori (Japanese)
Boogaloo
Boogie-woogie (Swing)
Bop, see Bop music, also ABA at List of dance organizations
Bossa nova (Brazil, see Bossa nova music)
Borrowdale (Zimbabweean, see Museve music)
Boston
Bourrée (historical)
Branle (Bransle) (historical)
Breakaway (see Lindy Hop)
Breakdancing
Bugg
Bump and grind
Bunny Hop
Butoh (Japanese)
Buyo (Japanese)
Bollywood (Indian)
C[edit]
Capreco From Angola
Cat Daddy
Cajun dance, (Louisiana, USA Regional, Cajun)
Cajun Jig or Cajun One Step
Cajun Jitterbug and Two Step
Cajun Waltz
Zydecko
Cakewalk (Swing)
Calypso (Caribbean)
Candombe (Uruguayan)
Canaries dance (historical, Renaissance, court)
Can-can (Cancan, can can)
Capoeira (dance and martial art, Brazil)
Caporales (Bolivia)
Carabinier (Haiti)
Cariñosa (dance of love) Philippines
Carioca
Carol (Medieval)
Castle Walk
Căluş (Romanian ritual dance)
Ceroc (Modern Jive, Club)
Chaabi (Moroccan Berber dance)
Chacarera (Argentina)
Chaconne
Cha cha cha or Cha cha (Cuba, Latin Ballroom Social)
Chamame (Chamamé, Argentina)
Charleston
Chasapiko (Greece)
Cheerleading
Chicken Dance
Chicken Noodle Soup
Chhau dance (Folk Dance of Odisha, India)
Chodzony (Poland)
Chula (Southern Brasil)
Cinquepace, Cinque-pace
Circassian Dance
Circle dance
Clogging
Clowning
Cocek
Collegiate shag
Compas (Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique)
Conga
Contact improvisation
Contemporary dance
Contra dance
Cordax Greek / Roman erotic dance
Cossack dance
Cotillion
Country/western dance
Country dance
Country/Western Two-step
Courante (historical)
Court dance
Csárdás (Folk, Hungarian; also variants in Slovak dances, Rusyn dances, (Ukrainian dances, Lemko dances))
Cuarteto (Argentina)
Cueca (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile)
Cumbia (Colombia, Club)
Cumbia Villera (Argentina)
Cupid Shuffle
D[edit]
Dabke (Arab folk dance native to the Levant)
Dalkhai (Folk dance from Western Odisha, India)
Dances of Universal Peace
Danda nata (Folk dance from Odisha, India)
Dandia (Folk dance of Gujarat, India)
Dabke (Levantine)
Danza de tijeras (Peru)
Diablada (Bolivia, Chile, Peru)
Dilan (a Kurdish dance, Iran, Turkey, Iraq)
Disco
Dappan koothu
Doublebugg
Dougie
Dragon dance
Drobushki (Russia)
Duranguense
Dutty Wine - a West Indian, Dancehall-inspired dance
E[edit]
East Coast Swing
Eisa
Electro dance
Electric Slide
English Country Dance
Ethnic dance
Etighi [Nigeria]
F[edit]
Fan dance (Chinese or burlesque)
Fandango (Spain)
Farandole (Provençal)
Faroese dance
Farruca
Flamenco (Spanish/gypsy)
Folk dance
Formation dance
Forró (dance from northeast of Brazil)
Foxtrot (Ballroom Social)
Freak dancing
The Freddy
Frevo
Frug
Freestyle
G[edit]
Galliard
Galop
Garba (folk dance of state of Gujarat, India)
Gankino (Bulgaria)
Gangnam Style
Gavotte (Brittany), Gavot (historical)
Gaudiya Nritya (West Bengal, India)
Gigue
Ghoomar (Folk Dance of Rajasthan, Northern India)
Ghumura Dance (Folk dance of Kalahandi, Orissa/Odisha, India).
Giddha (Folk dance of Northern India)
Gotipua (Odisha, India)
Grizzly Bear
Grinding
Guapacha (dance)
Guedra (Moroccan Berber Tuareg dance)
Gumboot dance (Africa)
H[edit]
Haka (Māori)
Hakken (Dutch)
Halay (Turkish, Folk)
Halparki (Kurdish)
Hambo (Scandinavian, Folk)
Hand jive
Hardcore Dancing (Urban American Hardcore)
Harlem Shake
Hasapiko (Greece)
Headbanging
Highland dancing
Hip hop dance
Historical dance
Hitch hike
Hokey Pokey, also known as Hokey-cokey, Okey-cokey
Hootchy-Kootchy
Humppa (see Music of Finland)
Hopak (Ukrainian)
House dance
Hora (many named versions; folk, Bulgarian, Israeli, Romanian, Ukrainian)
Horon (Turkish, Folk)
Hornpipe (Ireland)
Huayno (Peru)
Hula
Hully Gully
Hustle and its variant, New York Hustle (Club)
Latin Hustle
I[edit]
Ice dancing
Ikariotikos (Greece)
Improv Tribal Style Belly Dance
Intercessory dance
International folk dance
Interpretive dance
Irish
Irish Dance
Irish Sean-Nós Dance
Irish Stepdance
Israeli folk dancing
Inagta dance
J[edit]
Japanese traditional dance (Japanese)
Jarabe tapatío
Jazz dance
Jenkka (see Music of Finland)
Jerkin'
Jig Ireland
Jig (Scottish country)
Jitterbug (Swing)
Cajun Jitterbug
Jitterbug Stroll (Line dance, Swing)
Jive (Ballroom, International Latin)
Joged (Indonesian)
John Wall dance
Jota (Spanish dance)
Jove Malaj Mome (Bulgarian folk dance)
Jumpstyle (Techno based dance)
K[edit]
Kalymnikos (Greece)
Kamarinskaya (Russia)
Karsilama (Antikrystos, Marinella) (Greece, Gypsy)
Karşılama (Serbia, Iran, Turkey)
Kathak (Classical Indian Dance)
Kathakali (India, incorporates dance)
Kazachok (Russia)
Keisabadi (Folk dance from Odisha, India)
Kerala Natanam (Indian Dance created by Guru Gopinath)
Khasapiko (Greece)
Khattak Dance (Pashtun)
Kizomba (Angola)
Kolo (Slavic)
Khon (Thai dance)
Khorovod(Russia)
Kleistos (Greece)
Klezmer (Israeli Jewish)
Koftos (Greece)
Kolbasti (Turkey)
Kolomyjka (Ukrainian)
Kontradans (Haiti)
Kopanitsa (Bulgaria)
Kotsari (Armenian: Քոչարի; Turkish: Koçari; Greek: Κότσαρι; Georgian: ქოჩარი; Laz: Koçari; Azerbaijani: Köçəri)
Kozachok (Ukrainian)
Krakowiak (Poland)
Krishnanattam (India)
Krumping
Kuchipudi (Classical Indian Dance)
Kurdish dance (Iran and Iraq)
Kujawiak (Poland)
Kushtdepdi (Turkmen)
L[edit]
La Cucaracha
Lambada
Lambeth Walk
Landler (Quadrille)
Lap dance
Latin dance
Lavani
Lavolta
Ländler (Austria)
Lerikos (Greece)
LeRoc (Modern Jive, Ceroc)
Letkajenkka (also known as Letkis, Letkajenka, Letkiss, Letka-Enka, Let's Kiss Jenka, La Yenka)
Leventikos (Greece)
Lezginka (Russian Caucasus Region)
Limbo (dancers pass under horizontal pole)
Lindy Hop (Swing)
Line dance
Lion dance
Liscio (Italian traditional music and dance inspired to Waltz,Polka and Mazurka)
Locking
Long Sword
Loure (historical)
Lyrical dance
M[edit]
Macarena (Spain)
Madison (Line dance)
Maglalatik (Folk Dance of Philippines)
Malaguena
Mambo (American Ballroom, of Cuban origin)
Maneo (Galicia, Spain)
Manila Swing
Manipuri (Classical Indian Dance)
Mapale
Marimba (Guatemala)
Marinera (Peru)
Matachin (Matachines)
Maypole dance
Maxixe (Social)
Mazur (dance) (Poland)
Mazurka (Poland)
Medieval dance
Melbourne Shuffle (Australia)
Merengue (Latin Club)
Méringue (Haiti)
Metelytsia ((Ukrainian), khorovod)
Milonga (see Argentine Tango)
Minuet
Morenada (Bolivia)
Modern dance
Modern Jive
Mohiniyattam (Indian classical dance)
Molly dance
Mohiniattam
Moonwalker
Morris dance
Moshing
Muiñeira (Galicia, Spain)
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Or, there is also....

N[edit]
Novelty and fad dances
The Nutbush
Nacnī (Folk dance from Odisha/Orissa)
O[edit]
Oberek (also called Obertas or Ober, Poland)
Odissi aka Orissi (Odisha, India)
Onei
Over/Under
P[edit]
Pachanga
Palo de Mayo (Nicaragua), Afro-Caribbean influence, not to be confused with Maypole dance
Pagode
Panthi (Folk dance of Chhattisgarh, India)
Pantsula (South Africa)
Parasol dance (Japan)
Partner dance
Participation dance
Para Para
Passacaglia (Passacaille) (historical)
Passepied (historical)
Pasillo
Paso Doble (Spanish Ballroom, International Latin)
Pavane (historical)
Peabody (ballroom)
Peewee style (originated by Pee-wee Herman in Pee-wee's Big Adventure)
Pentozalis (Greece)
Persian dance (Iran).
Pidikhtos (Greece)
Kastrinos Pidikhtos (Greece)
Malevyziotiko Pidikhtos (Greece)
Pendozalis (Greece)
Pogo (A punk dance, consisting of jumping up and down)
Pogonisios (Greece)
Pole dancing
Polka - many named versions (Ballroom, Folk, Historical)
Polka-mazurka
Polonaise
Pols (Norway, Folk, see Polska)
Polska (pl.: Polskor; Sweden, Folk)
Pom Squad
Pony
Pop, Lock, and Drop It (Hip hop)
Prophetic dance
Pryvit (Ukrainian)
Punta (Honduras)
Push (Swing, Texas)
Pyrrhichios (Dance from Pontos; Greek Black Sea)
Q[edit]
Qasemabadi (a northern Persian style)
Quadrille
Quickstep (Ballroom)
Quebradita (Mexico)
R[edit]
Raas
Rain dancing
Ramvong (Cambodia)
Rapper sword
Rauf (Kashmiri traditional dance, India)
Raut Nacha (Folk dance of Chhatisgarh, India)
Raqs Sharqi ("belly dance")
Rebetiko dances (Greece)
Redowa
Reel (Irish and Scottish)
Regency dance
Reggaeton
Renaissance dance
Rieldans, traditional Khoikhoi dance from South Africa and Namibia
Rigaudon, Rigadoon
Robot dance
Rock and Roll
Acr****ic Rock'n'Roll
Round dance (two kinds: circular chain, couples)
Rumba (Ballroom: International Latin & American Rhythm, Folk)
Cuban Rumba (Ballroom dance as of the beginning of the century, e.g., "The Peanut Vendor" piece)
S[edit]
Salsa (Latin Club)
Salsa Rueda (Latin Club, Round)
Saltatio (Roman)
Sambalpuri (India)
Samba
Samba dance
Samba de Gafieira
Samba (ballroom)
Sarabande (Saraband)
Sardana (Catalonia)
Sattriya dance (Assam, India)
Saunter
Saya (Bolivia)
Schottische
Scottish country dance
Scottish highland dance
Sean-Nós Dance (Ireland - Irish Dance in Sean Nós "Old Style")
Seguidilla (Spanish, folk)
Sequence dance
Serra (Greece)
Set Dance Ireland
Sevillana (Spain)
Sega (Mauritius Island)
Shag (Swing)
Carolina Shag
Collegiate Shag
St. Louis Shag
Shake
Shim Sham (Line dance)
Shimmy
Shuffle
Siganos (Greece)
Single Swing (Single Time Swing)
Sirtaki (Syrtaki, Zorba) (Greece)
Skank (dance)
Skip jive
Slängpolska (Sweden, Folk, see Polska)
Slip jig (Ireland)
Slow dance
Slow Foxtrot - also known as Foxtrot and Slowfox (Ballroom)
Social dance
Son (Mayan, Guatemala/Mexico)
Sousta (Greece)
Bulgarian Sousta (Greece)
Cretan Sousta (Greece)
Dodecanese Sousta (Greece)
Macedonian Sousta (Greece)
Megarian Sousta (Greece)
Square dance
Traditional square dance
Modern Western square dance
Stage diving
Stanky Legg (GS Boys)
Step dance Ireland
Street dance
Swim
Swing (both as family of dances and as specific Texas dance)
Swing Jive (Modern Jive, Club)
Swing Roc (Modern Jive, Club)
Suzie Q
Syrtos (Greece)
Cretan Syrtos (Greece)
Kalamatianos Syrtos (Mainland Syrtos) (Greece)
Kapoutzidon Syrtos (Greece)
Nisiotiko Syrtos (Island Syrtos) (Greece)
Silyvriano Syrtos (Greece)
T[edit]
Tambourin (Provençal)
Tango (Argentina) (Ballroom, Social, Club)
Argentine Tango - also known as Tango Argentino (Social)
Uruguayan Tango - also known as Tango Uruguayo (Social)
Ballroom Tango - competitive and social dance styles
Brazilian Tango - see Maxixe
Finnish tango
Chinese tango
Tanoura (Egyptian dance)
Tap Charleston (see Lindy Hop)
Tap dance
Tarantella (Italian, folk)
Tau'olunga (Tongan or Samoan - Polynesian origins)
Tecktonik ("tck")
Temani (Israeli Jewish dance)
Texas Tommy (see Lindy Hop)
Tinikling (Philippines)
Time Warp
Tinku (Bolivia, Peru)
Tondero (Peru)
Tourdion (historical)
Traditional dance
Tranky Doo (Swing, Line dance)
Trata (Greece)
Trepak (Russian, folk)
Tribal Style Belly Dance
Troika (Folk, Russian, Cajun)
Twoubadou (Haiti)
Tsakonikos (Greece)
Tsamiko (Greece)
Tsifteteli (Tsifte-Teli) (Çifte-telli) (Turkish) (Greece)(Gypsy)(Arabic)
Tsirigotikos (Kythiraikos, Bourdaris) (Greece)
Tsyganochka, ("Gypsie Girl") Russian
Tumba
Twerking
Twist
Two-step
Cajun Two Step
Country/Western Two-step
Nightclub two-step - also known as California Two-step, abbrn: NC2S
Progressive Double Two
U[edit]
Universal Peace, Dances of
Ukrainian dance
Upa or Upa Habanera, claimed by some to be the origin of merengue music and dance.
V[edit]
Valeta (a dance to waltz music)
Vals (Argentina, tango style)
Valse à deux temps (Valse à deux pas)
Verbunkos
Vesnianka (Ukrainian, a type of khorovod)
Vintage dance
Vogue (dance)
Volte (also Volta, La volta, or Lavolta, Renaissance)
W[edit]
Waacking
Waltz (ballroom, social)
Boston (dance)
Walking Boston
Cajun Waltz
Dream Waltz
Elizabeth Waltz
Cross-step waltz
Five-step Waltz (Five Step Waltz)
Hesitation Waltz
Slow waltz - known as Waltz in ballroom context (ballroom)
Viennese Waltz (ballroom, social)
Valse à deux temps (Valse à deux pas)
Watusi (fad dance)
West Coast Swing ("WCS"; Swing, United States)
Western swing (United States)
Sophisticated Swing (an older name of WCS)
Western promenade dance
Whip (Swing, Texas)
Winterguard
Wolosso (Ivory Coast)
Worship dance
X[edit]
Xibelani (traditional Shangaan (South Africa))
Xuc (Traditional dance of El Salvador)
Y[edit]
Yablochko (Russian, folk)
Yahoozee (Nigeria)
Yakshagana (Karnataka, India)
Yerakina (Greece)
YMCA
Yowla (rifle dance from (UAE)
Z[edit]
Zamacueca (Peru)
Zamba (Argentina)
Zapateado (Spain)
Zapin (Malay traditional dancing, Malaysia)
Zeibekiko (also spelled Zeibetiko, Zembetiko, Zebetiko, and Zembekiko; Greece)
Zeibeks (Turkey)
Zonaradiko (Thrace)
Zorba's dance, another name for Sirtaki (of Greek origin)
Zouk (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Haiti, Brazil)
Zouk-Lambada (Brazil)
Zumba (Colombia)
Zydeco (Louisiana, U.S.)
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^ I was thinking the same thing!
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Might have missed a very important one! http://youtu.be/AjPau5QYtYs
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Old 07-05-2015, 04:18 AM   #93
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I came from ableton, which is supposed to be 'made' for 'dance' music. But it couldnt handle time when I threw to much shit at it. Thats a critical fault. Reaper is super solid in that regard.
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What about this dance music? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1oe1Fnz8eA
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What about this dance music? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1oe1Fnz8eA
THAT was nothing short of phenomenal!
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Old 07-05-2015, 05:42 PM   #96
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As im trying out reaper I would like to know people's views on making any sort of dance music with reaper.

I would like to know if it has benefited or limited your production in any way and whether it's just as good long term option as any top tier sequencer or do you still have the urge to go back to another sequencer for electronic music?

Hopefully any positive views on this will help me decide whether to cough up for a licence or not.

Also include any links to myspace or something if you got any dance track that has been made in reaper.

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Might have missed a very important one! http://youtu.be/AjPau5QYtYs
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Even if they have no hair?
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What about this dance music? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1oe1Fnz8eA
Great voices. Not so sure about the visual presence! What is that.. A polka?
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And there's always the rock lobster!

I think that song mentions other exotic bum wigglers.
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Nope... I just checked. It was "dance this mess around..." http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/b52s/...essaround.html

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Great voices. Not so sure about the visual presence! What is that.. A polka?
I don't actually know. Czech folk (dance) music perhaps?
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I don't actually know. Czech folk (dance) music perhaps?
Reminds me of old SNL parodies of eastern Europeans...
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My music has many elements of dance music. I use mainly audio waveforms directly on the timeline but to overcome the lack of immediacy of that kind of workflow programed the relative encoders of a bcr2000 to send midi information on different channels depending on which way i turn the knob. This allows me to map two separate actions on Reaper to control item position/volume/size/pitch. Audio editing with midi control, like it better than piano roll.
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I make music to accompany my pet monkey who pulls me while I sit in a little, red, wooden wagon that squeaks.
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[QUOTE=Time Waster;1517335]Using the DAW of your choice (any DAW will do):

Step 1. Add a kick and a snare thus: Doof-Clap-Doof-Clap, at your desired tempo.
Step 2. Add a bassline, one note will do, but up to four different notes may be more interesting, thus: Wub-Wub-Wub-Wub. Use sidechain compression.
Step 3. Add a plinky plonky arpeggio sound. Use plenty of delay.
Step 4. Add wooshy noises. Use filter sweep.
Step 5. Mix.

If you want a more commercial sound, get some chick to sing a few random lines. Repeat it

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Here is my latest dance tune made with Reaper https://youtu.be/ijJQW2sRuBE
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Or, there is also....

N[edit]
Novelty and fad dances
The Nutbush
Nacnī (Folk dance from Odisha/Orissa)
O[edit]
Oberek (also called Obertas or Ober, Poland)
Odissi aka Orissi (Odisha, India)
Onei
Over/Under
P[edit]
Pachanga
Palo de Mayo (Nicaragua), Afro-Caribbean influence, not to be confused with Maypole dance
Pagode
Panthi (Folk dance of Chhattisgarh, India)
Pantsula (South Africa)
Parasol dance (Japan)
Partner dance
Participation dance
Para Para
Passacaglia (Passacaille) (historical)
Passepied (historical)
Pasillo
Paso Doble (Spanish Ballroom, International Latin)
Pavane (historical)
Peabody (ballroom)
Peewee style (originated by Pee-wee Herman in Pee-wee's Big Adventure)
Pentozalis (Greece)
Persian dance (Iran).
Pidikhtos (Greece)
Kastrinos Pidikhtos (Greece)
Malevyziotiko Pidikhtos (Greece)
Pendozalis (Greece)
Pogo (A punk dance, consisting of jumping up and down)
Pogonisios (Greece)
Pole dancing
Polka - many named versions (Ballroom, Folk, Historical)
Polka-mazurka
Polonaise
Pols (Norway, Folk, see Polska)
Polska (pl.: Polskor; Sweden, Folk)
Pom Squad
Pony
Pop, Lock, and Drop It (Hip hop)
Prophetic dance
Pryvit (Ukrainian)
Punta (Honduras)
Push (Swing, Texas)
Pyrrhichios (Dance from Pontos; Greek Black Sea)
Q[edit]
Qasemabadi (a northern Persian style)
Quadrille
Quickstep (Ballroom)
Quebradita (Mexico)
R[edit]
Raas
Rain dancing
Ramvong (Cambodia)
Rapper sword
Rauf (Kashmiri traditional dance, India)
Raut Nacha (Folk dance of Chhatisgarh, India)
Raqs Sharqi ("belly dance")
Rebetiko dances (Greece)
Redowa
Reel (Irish and Scottish)
Regency dance
Reggaeton
Renaissance dance
Rieldans, traditional Khoikhoi dance from South Africa and Namibia
Rigaudon, Rigadoon
Robot dance
Rock and Roll
Acr****ic Rock'n'Roll
Round dance (two kinds: circular chain, couples)
Rumba (Ballroom: International Latin & American Rhythm, Folk)
Cuban Rumba (Ballroom dance as of the beginning of the century, e.g., "The Peanut Vendor" piece)
S[edit]
Salsa (Latin Club)
Salsa Rueda (Latin Club, Round)
Saltatio (Roman)
Sambalpuri (India)
Samba
Samba dance
Samba de Gafieira
Samba (ballroom)
Sarabande (Saraband)
Sardana (Catalonia)
Sattriya dance (Assam, India)
Saunter
Saya (Bolivia)
Schottische
Scottish country dance
Scottish highland dance
Sean-Nós Dance (Ireland - Irish Dance in Sean Nós "Old Style")
Seguidilla (Spanish, folk)
Sequence dance
Serra (Greece)
Set Dance Ireland
Sevillana (Spain)
Sega (Mauritius Island)
Shag (Swing)
Carolina Shag
Collegiate Shag
St. Louis Shag
Shake
Shim Sham (Line dance)
Shimmy
Shuffle
Siganos (Greece)
Single Swing (Single Time Swing)
Sirtaki (Syrtaki, Zorba) (Greece)
Skank (dance)
Skip jive
Slängpolska (Sweden, Folk, see Polska)
Slip jig (Ireland)
Slow dance
Slow Foxtrot - also known as Foxtrot and Slowfox (Ballroom)
Social dance
Son (Mayan, Guatemala/Mexico)
Sousta (Greece)
Bulgarian Sousta (Greece)
Cretan Sousta (Greece)
Dodecanese Sousta (Greece)
Macedonian Sousta (Greece)
Megarian Sousta (Greece)
Square dance
Traditional square dance
Modern Western square dance
Stage diving
Stanky Legg (GS Boys)
Step dance Ireland
Street dance
Swim
Swing (both as family of dances and as specific Texas dance)
Swing Jive (Modern Jive, Club)
Swing Roc (Modern Jive, Club)
Suzie Q
Syrtos (Greece)
Cretan Syrtos (Greece)
Kalamatianos Syrtos (Mainland Syrtos) (Greece)
Kapoutzidon Syrtos (Greece)
Nisiotiko Syrtos (Island Syrtos) (Greece)
Silyvriano Syrtos (Greece)
T[edit]
Tambourin (Provençal)
Tango (Argentina) (Ballroom, Social, Club)
Argentine Tango - also known as Tango Argentino (Social)
Uruguayan Tango - also known as Tango Uruguayo (Social)
Ballroom Tango - competitive and social dance styles
Brazilian Tango - see Maxixe
Finnish tango
Chinese tango
Tanoura (Egyptian dance)
Tap Charleston (see Lindy Hop)
Tap dance
Tarantella (Italian, folk)
Tau'olunga (Tongan or Samoan - Polynesian origins)
Tecktonik ("tck")
Temani (Israeli Jewish dance)
Texas Tommy (see Lindy Hop)
Tinikling (Philippines)
Time Warp
Tinku (Bolivia, Peru)
Tondero (Peru)
Tourdion (historical)
Traditional dance
Tranky Doo (Swing, Line dance)
Trata (Greece)
Trepak (Russian, folk)
Tribal Style Belly Dance
Troika (Folk, Russian, Cajun)
Twoubadou (Haiti)
Tsakonikos (Greece)
Tsamiko (Greece)
Tsifteteli (Tsifte-Teli) (Çifte-telli) (Turkish) (Greece)(Gypsy)(Arabic)
Tsirigotikos (Kythiraikos, Bourdaris) (Greece)
Tsyganochka, ("Gypsie Girl") Russian
Tumba
Twerking
Twist
Two-step
Cajun Two Step
Country/Western Two-step
Nightclub two-step - also known as California Two-step, abbrn: NC2S
Progressive Double Two
U[edit]
Universal Peace, Dances of
Ukrainian dance
Upa or Upa Habanera, claimed by some to be the origin of merengue music and dance.
V[edit]
Valeta (a dance to waltz music)
Vals (Argentina, tango style)
Valse à deux temps (Valse à deux pas)
Verbunkos
Vesnianka (Ukrainian, a type of khorovod)
Vintage dance
Vogue (dance)
Volte (also Volta, La volta, or Lavolta, Renaissance)
W[edit]
Waacking
Waltz (ballroom, social)
Boston (dance)
Walking Boston
Cajun Waltz
Dream Waltz
Elizabeth Waltz
Cross-step waltz
Five-step Waltz (Five Step Waltz)
Hesitation Waltz
Slow waltz - known as Waltz in ballroom context (ballroom)
Viennese Waltz (ballroom, social)
Valse à deux temps (Valse à deux pas)
Watusi (fad dance)
West Coast Swing ("WCS"; Swing, United States)
Western swing (United States)
Sophisticated Swing (an older name of WCS)
Western promenade dance
Whip (Swing, Texas)
Winterguard
Wolosso (Ivory Coast)
Worship dance
X[edit]
Xibelani (traditional Shangaan (South Africa))
Xuc (Traditional dance of El Salvador)
Y[edit]
Yablochko (Russian, folk)
Yahoozee (Nigeria)
Yakshagana (Karnataka, India)
Yerakina (Greece)
YMCA
Yowla (rifle dance from (UAE)
Z[edit]
Zamacueca (Peru)
Zamba (Argentina)
Zapateado (Spain)
Zapin (Malay traditional dancing, Malaysia)
Zeibekiko (also spelled Zeibetiko, Zembetiko, Zebetiko, and Zembekiko; Greece)
Zeibeks (Turkey)
Zonaradiko (Thrace)
Zorba's dance, another name for Sirtaki (of Greek origin)
Zouk (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Haiti, Brazil)
Zouk-Lambada (Brazil)
Zumba (Colombia)
Zydeco (Louisiana, U.S.)
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Or, there is also....

N[edit]
Novelty and fad dances
The Nutbush
Nacnī (Folk dance from Odisha/Orissa)
O[edit]
Oberek (also called Obertas or Ober, Poland)
Odissi aka Orissi (Odisha, India)
Onei
Over/Under
P[edit]
Pachanga
Palo de Mayo (Nicaragua), Afro-Caribbean influence, not to be confused with Maypole dance
Pagode
Panthi (Folk dance of Chhattisgarh, India)
Pantsula (South Africa)
Parasol dance (Japan)
Partner dance
Participation dance
Para Para
Passacaglia (Passacaille) (historical)
Passepied (historical)
Pasillo
Paso Doble (Spanish Ballroom, International Latin)
Pavane (historical)
Peabody (ballroom)
Peewee style (originated by Pee-wee Herman in Pee-wee's Big Adventure)
Pentozalis (Greece)
Persian dance (Iran).
Pidikhtos (Greece)
Kastrinos Pidikhtos (Greece)
Malevyziotiko Pidikhtos (Greece)
Pendozalis (Greece)
Pogo (A punk dance, consisting of jumping up and down)
Pogonisios (Greece)
Pole dancing
Polka - many named versions (Ballroom, Folk, Historical)
Polka-mazurka
Polonaise
Pols (Norway, Folk, see Polska)
Polska (pl.: Polskor; Sweden, Folk)
Pom Squad
Pony
Pop, Lock, and Drop It (Hip hop)
Prophetic dance
Pryvit (Ukrainian)
Punta (Honduras)
Push (Swing, Texas)
Pyrrhichios (Dance from Pontos; Greek Black Sea)
Q[edit]
Qasemabadi (a northern Persian style)
Quadrille
Quickstep (Ballroom)
Quebradita (Mexico)
R[edit]
Raas
Rain dancing
Ramvong (Cambodia)
Rapper sword
Rauf (Kashmiri traditional dance, India)
Raut Nacha (Folk dance of Chhatisgarh, India)
Raqs Sharqi ("belly dance")
Rebetiko dances (Greece)
Redowa
Reel (Irish and Scottish)
Regency dance
Reggaeton
Renaissance dance
Rieldans, traditional Khoikhoi dance from South Africa and Namibia
Rigaudon, Rigadoon
Robot dance
Rock and Roll
Acr****ic Rock'n'Roll
Round dance (two kinds: circular chain, couples)
Rumba (Ballroom: International Latin & American Rhythm, Folk)
Cuban Rumba (Ballroom dance as of the beginning of the century, e.g., "The Peanut Vendor" piece)
S[edit]
Salsa (Latin Club)
Salsa Rueda (Latin Club, Round)
Saltatio (Roman)
Sambalpuri (India)
Samba
Samba dance
Samba de Gafieira
Samba (ballroom)
Sarabande (Saraband)
Sardana (Catalonia)
Sattriya dance (Assam, India)
Saunter
Saya (Bolivia)
Schottische
Scottish country dance
Scottish highland dance
Sean-Nós Dance (Ireland - Irish Dance in Sean Nós "Old Style")
Seguidilla (Spanish, folk)
Sequence dance
Serra (Greece)
Set Dance Ireland
Sevillana (Spain)
Sega (Mauritius Island)
Shag (Swing)
Carolina Shag
Collegiate Shag
St. Louis Shag
Shake
Shim Sham (Line dance)
Shimmy
Shuffle
Siganos (Greece)
Single Swing (Single Time Swing)
Sirtaki (Syrtaki, Zorba) (Greece)
Skank (dance)
Skip jive
Slängpolska (Sweden, Folk, see Polska)
Slip jig (Ireland)
Slow dance
Slow Foxtrot - also known as Foxtrot and Slowfox (Ballroom)
Social dance
Son (Mayan, Guatemala/Mexico)
Sousta (Greece)
Bulgarian Sousta (Greece)
Cretan Sousta (Greece)
Dodecanese Sousta (Greece)
Macedonian Sousta (Greece)
Megarian Sousta (Greece)
Square dance
Traditional square dance
Modern Western square dance
Stage diving
Stanky Legg (GS Boys)
Step dance Ireland
Street dance
Swim
Swing (both as family of dances and as specific Texas dance)
Swing Jive (Modern Jive, Club)
Swing Roc (Modern Jive, Club)
Suzie Q
Syrtos (Greece)
Cretan Syrtos (Greece)
Kalamatianos Syrtos (Mainland Syrtos) (Greece)
Kapoutzidon Syrtos (Greece)
Nisiotiko Syrtos (Island Syrtos) (Greece)
Silyvriano Syrtos (Greece)
T[edit]
Tambourin (Provençal)
Tango (Argentina) (Ballroom, Social, Club)
Argentine Tango - also known as Tango Argentino (Social)
Uruguayan Tango - also known as Tango Uruguayo (Social)
Ballroom Tango - competitive and social dance styles
Brazilian Tango - see Maxixe
Finnish tango
Chinese tango
Tanoura (Egyptian dance)
Tap Charleston (see Lindy Hop)
Tap dance
Tarantella (Italian, folk)
Tau'olunga (Tongan or Samoan - Polynesian origins)
Tecktonik ("tck")
Temani (Israeli Jewish dance)
Texas Tommy (see Lindy Hop)
Tinikling (Philippines)
Time Warp
Tinku (Bolivia, Peru)
Tondero (Peru)
Tourdion (historical)
Traditional dance
Tranky Doo (Swing, Line dance)
Trata (Greece)
Trepak (Russian, folk)
Tribal Style Belly Dance
Troika (Folk, Russian, Cajun)
Twoubadou (Haiti)
Tsakonikos (Greece)
Tsamiko (Greece)
Tsifteteli (Tsifte-Teli) (Çifte-telli) (Turkish) (Greece)(Gypsy)(Arabic)
Tsirigotikos (Kythiraikos, Bourdaris) (Greece)
Tsyganochka, ("Gypsie Girl") Russian
Tumba
Twerking
Twist
Two-step
Cajun Two Step
Country/Western Two-step
Nightclub two-step - also known as California Two-step, abbrn: NC2S
Progressive Double Two
U[edit]
Universal Peace, Dances of
Ukrainian dance
Upa or Upa Habanera, claimed by some to be the origin of merengue music and dance.
V[edit]
Valeta (a dance to waltz music)
Vals (Argentina, tango style)
Valse à deux temps (Valse à deux pas)
Verbunkos
Vesnianka (Ukrainian, a type of khorovod)
Vintage dance
Vogue (dance)
Volte (also Volta, La volta, or Lavolta, Renaissance)
W[edit]
Waacking
Waltz (ballroom, social)
Boston (dance)
Walking Boston
Cajun Waltz
Dream Waltz
Elizabeth Waltz
Cross-step waltz
Five-step Waltz (Five Step Waltz)
Hesitation Waltz
Slow waltz - known as Waltz in ballroom context (ballroom)
Viennese Waltz (ballroom, social)
Valse à deux temps (Valse à deux pas)
Watusi (fad dance)
West Coast Swing ("WCS"; Swing, United States)
Western swing (United States)
Sophisticated Swing (an older name of WCS)
Western promenade dance
Whip (Swing, Texas)
Winterguard
Wolosso (Ivory Coast)
Worship dance
X[edit]
Xibelani (traditional Shangaan (South Africa))
Xuc (Traditional dance of El Salvador)
Y[edit]
Yablochko (Russian, folk)
Yahoozee (Nigeria)
Yakshagana (Karnataka, India)
Yerakina (Greece)
YMCA
Yowla (rifle dance from (UAE)
Z[edit]
Zamacueca (Peru)
Zamba (Argentina)
Zapateado (Spain)
Zapin (Malay traditional dancing, Malaysia)
Zeibekiko (also spelled Zeibetiko, Zembetiko, Zebetiko, and Zembekiko; Greece)
Zeibeks (Turkey)
Zonaradiko (Thrace)
Zorba's dance, another name for Sirtaki (of Greek origin)
Zouk (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Haiti, Brazil)
Zouk-Lambada (Brazil)
Zumba (Colombia)
Zydeco (Louisiana, U.S.)

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Moshing is dancing, right?
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once again, for dance music you need Sonar or Garage Band, not
Reaper.......
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once again, for dance music you need Sonar or Garage Band, not
Reaper.......
What a bunch of ignorant CROCK to say!

As long as you have a good knowledge of it's features and you are skilled you can use ANY DAW for dance music - PERIOD!!!!!!!!!

Actually I think Reaper can do a LOT more than Sonar or Garage Band. But feel feel to prove (I NEED PROOF) me wrong!!!
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Old 09-29-2018, 02:52 PM   #114
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95% of what i do in reaper is dance music. Mainly house, but also some chilled stuff. A very famous producer has heard several of my tracks & really likes them praised them for their sound quality as well.

No problems or limitations that i've found ! Before i was using Cubase, which i liked, but when i built a new PC i decided to try Reaper. It's very similat, so it grew on me very quickly.

I have tried Ableton, but i hate the GUI & how it's all laid out etc. Looks like a "This is my first DAW" for kids LOL !
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