Old 04-11-2010, 04:56 PM   #1
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for how long will this be a secret?
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oh... no.... I mean yes... I mean no.... no yes!
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Old 04-11-2010, 05:40 PM   #3
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Well, I have it running in Wine on my linux netbook. I hope he meant native linux though! How great would that be?

I know in a previous blog, Justin said he recently started writing linux programs. Awesome!
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Fishing for free stuff?
Never hurts to ask.
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Old 04-11-2010, 05:55 PM   #5
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for how long will this be a secret?
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How long will it take to make a nice GUI for your fx_grains0 (ccernn) plugin ? ^^

maybe "agree" could help ? :P


EDIT: dude I just checked your plugins, inspiring! I like grainy/weirdy/pitchy/strechy/fatty (you get the points ^^) sounds and it seems that you too :P
wonder what kind of tools you will come with in the future.
on my watch list :-)

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Old 04-11-2010, 06:35 PM   #6
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How long will it take to make a nice GUI for your fx_grains0 (ccernn) plugin ? ^^
all js (and vst) plugs will go through a total rewrite, as soon as i have gotten things back on track. axonlib (the base framework/library) is currently going through a total rewrite from scratch (fixing early design errors that hindered progress), but things are almost back on track now...

so, soon...

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maybe "agree" could help ? :P
i/we need all the help we can get..

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EDIT: dude I just checked your plugins, inspiring! I like grainy/weirdy/pitchy/strechy/fatty (you get the points ^^) sounds and it seems that you too :P
wonder what kind of tools you will come with in the future.
on my watch list :-)
thanx! more to come. lots of ideas collected lately...
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Considering the amount of Linux plug ins it won't be that useful
In fact truth be told if they released the Reaplugs in Linux VST format that would cause a much bigger splash i suspect

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The problem is: linux users don't pay software, windows users pay a bit, apple users pay.
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Considering the amount of Linux plug ins it won't be that useful
good that i'm working on axonlib then
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The problem is: linux users don't pay software, windows users pay a bit, apple users pay.
Yes but consider that a linux reaper could come with pre-built custom DAWs (of all types, including portable stuff like netbooks or receptor-rack style). You get a cheap DAW-specific optimized OS and bulk license purchases for the cockos team.
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The problem is: linux users don't pay software, windows users pay a bit, apple users pay.
i don't think that is true for everybody...
the 'religious' fanatics want everything free and opensource, of course, but the rest of us are just happy that there are choices available.

and, with commercial software like energy xt2 and renoise already available, there seems to be quite a bit of interest.

and, personally, the only time i've ever spent money on software, is _after_ i went 100% linux a few years ago!! before that, it was mostly "try before buy" editions...

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Old 04-14-2010, 03:58 AM   #12
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The problem is: linux users don't pay software, windows users pay a bit, apple users pay.

Reaper dose not "seem" to be in it for the money

they seem far more interested in making Reaper the best DAW out there than the best selling DAW out there

even the abrupt "Reaper is not free" msg was a FR from the user base!

AFAIK Bar Studio One Reaper is the newest DAW on the Market yet its more mature than many & deals with cutting edge development better than most if not all!

if Reaper was in it for the cash things would be very different around here!!!!!

Who has seen a Paid for Advisement for reaper?

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Yes but consider that a linux reaper could come with pre-built custom DAWs (of all types, including portable stuff like netbooks or receptor-rack style). You get a cheap DAW-specific optimized OS and bulk license purchases for the cockos team.
This is true, this could be very interesting.

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i don't think that is true for everybody...
the 'religious' fanatics want everything free and opensource, of course, but the rest of us are just happy that there are choices available.

and, with commercial software like energy xt2 and renoise already available, there seems to be quite a bit of interest.
I'm a linux fan and i hope that there will be a linux version of reaper but i think that the majority of linux users will never pay a software.
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Reaper dose not "seem" to be in it for the money

they seem far more interested in making Reaper the best DAW out there than the best selling DAW out there
Yes, i agree, money is important but it's not the most important thing, reaper will be the best daw (version 6? ) because the developers are really cool, my fovourite daw.

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Old 04-17-2010, 08:18 AM   #14
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This is great news! The idea of an OS tuned just to audio production is exciting. I believe Linux users will pay for software. Obviously there are fewer of them out there though. Ubuntu's software centre will probably help ease the way to more commercial Linux software in future .
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The problem is: linux users don't pay software, windows users pay a bit, apple users pay.
It's more about who is more *willing* to pay for perceived value. Linux users often want the best available for free, on principle. Windows users often consider paid alternatives superior to anything free. Mac users kinda fall into both camps, but have less of a problem paying for something that accomplishes any given task as directly as possible.

Oh yeah, and all sweeping generalizations are made by fools.
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As a (very) long-time Linux user, at least for me the whole "Linux users don't pay for software" thing is BS. The fact is that I love Linux and its ideological standpoint, etc, but I run a (valid and paid for) copy of Windows 7 Pro just so I can have the best experience possible running my licensed copy of Reaper. I actually like Windows 7 a lot, but if Reaper really ran well as a native Linux application I'd switch back to Linux for my music OS in a heartbeat. There is a huge amount of great Open Source software for audio production in Linux, but nothing comes close to what Reaper can do, and even though there are some OSS idealists who would decry the "encroachment of the commercial in the Open Source realm" or whatever, a LOT of people would be happy to pay the (IMHO very low) price for Reaper to add its power to their Linux audio setup.

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Old 04-18-2010, 08:20 PM   #17
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for how long will this be a secret?
Well, it looks like about 4 hours & 34 minutes... big mouth
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:53 PM   #18
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I would freak if I could move my audio production to Linux... Unfortunately, it's more than just my DAW in the way, it's audio interface drivers (which are buggy enough under Win7, much less an OS that would be a much lower priority for Alesis), plugins, etc.
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Old 04-27-2010, 04:59 AM   #19
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REAPER natively under Linux would be awesome! It would bring me closer to finally getting rid of my XP partition (which is only there for making music anyway)! All that is needed is for the Alsa project to catch up with some drivers and I will never have to reboot just to make some music!
This is so exciting news!

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It could happened. REAPER under Linux would be a cool thing.

Guitar Pro6 is natively Windows / Mac OS X / GNU Linux compatible.
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Old 04-27-2010, 05:35 AM   #21
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My Name is Subject, & I'm a PC!

& Windows7 was my idea!!


lol

i think Win7 will be my OS intill they Release "Cock_OS-1.0"

witch i'm sure will Run all the may different linux plugin formats as well as Win vst/dx & mac vst/au & have Reaper built in

i guess they will wait for Cock_OS-2.0 to add the mind control plugin & iPhone Support
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Old 05-10-2010, 05:23 AM   #22
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Hmm, my sekrit CockOS 1.337 alpha build works just fine on my iPad with the Emotiv headset for mind control. The problem rather seems to be that most folks still use crappy Intel chips, while the code won't compile for x86 (Steve Jobs also tells me he won't allow it on his CrapStore, and Steve Ballmer tells me it's just a kind of cancer anyway). ;P
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Anyone know if Reaper is any closer to native linux support?
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