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  1. Sebastian.Gabler

    Archiving numerical contents, issue solved ?...

    I don't see that any carrier format will ever change the paradigm of refreshing media every couple of years or so. Carrier disintegration is not the only factor in obsolescence. There are other critical issues such as carrier retrieval (players, software), information formats (file systems, file formats), and cost. M-DISC is rather costly per GB, and market penetration is rather low. I am sure that I would not consider it for those reasons.
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    Archiving numerical contents, issue solved ?...

    Digital Long-Term preservation is not really a matter of choosing storage media. It's a matter of having a repository that can do migrations transparently and automatically. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Archival_Information_System#/media/File:OAIS-.gif
  3. Sebastian.Gabler

    Plextor alternative

    My concern with obsolete drives like the Plextor CD writers is that they won't have profiles for current media. This is quite relevant for quality of the results. Moreover, the second generation of the Plextor Premium drives is a completely different beast than the first breed.
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    Effekte/Amplitude/Null Setzen Samplitude Pro X2

    Ich habe verstanden dass es dann einfriert. Ok, ich merk's mir mal, und wenn es mir auch passiert melde ich es. Grüße, Sebastian
  5. Sebastian.Gabler

    Effekte/Amplitude/Null Setzen Samplitude Pro X2

    Samples auf Null setzen habe ich gerade vor ein paar Tagen probiert. Tut einwandfrei. Mir ist nicht klar ob Dein Problem dabei auftritt oder beim Loop Playback. Das nämlich habe ich nicht probiert.
  6. Sebastian.Gabler

    Sampiltude ProX2 Dual Xeon

    What Whitealbum writes is meaningless unless he posts his project. It's well possible that a certain project needs more CPU with more threads. 16 cores means that only projects that can divide their workload by 16 will fully profit, i.e. 16/32/48 tracks with all the same plugins at the same time, and no buses, to give a simple example.
  7. Sebastian.Gabler

    No more Tayo Yuden discs

    See http://www.storagenewsletter.com/lt.php?id=fhoMCABTB0oKAQYCS1JVWFlR
  8. Sebastian.Gabler

    VSL in Sequoia 13

    You're welcome.
  9. Sebastian.Gabler

    VSL in Sequoia 13

    Is the service running? (check services.msc) Is the port open? (check your firewall) -S
  10. Sebastian.Gabler

    Ircam Lab T.S.

    One question: do they have a license agreement for the spectral editor with CEDAR? See, i.e. http://www.cedaraudio.de/news/dcp19may14.html
  11. Sebastian.Gabler

    OT: very impressed with Reaper

    Well, I am getting the impression that "envy" and "hate" exist as words on the screen. Else, your utterance reminds me of a Vicar I met when I was young. A most laughable encounter, entertaining, but spooky, and presumably uncertain about the whereabouts of some of his marbles.
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    OT: very impressed with Reaper

    If you would read it would have been helpful. I stated explicitly that "recording" and "making music" is not the same for me. I understand they are for you. Could it be that you recombine my thoughts with yours a little too much? I.e. the music/product issue: by no means I have stated that musicians in general couldn't make people happy. I made a statement about a specific product that is highly processed, beautified, styled, and much money is spent on marketing, for nothing but to sell quickly. It's you who turns it upsidedown, suggesting that I had some nonsense problem. For the last time: Stop it, please. There is not the least contradiction between a song being a hit and being a short-lived product. These often go well together. However, there are quite a number of quality records that sell well over decades. Those are the real gems in the catalogue. Guess why Michael Jackson bought rights from Lennon/McCartney songs in the 80's?
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    OT: very impressed with Reaper

    Irvin, there is indeed a lot wrong with these statements above. First and foremost, because they are yours. Just a few examples: 1. I don't think and I didn't say that making music autonomously is "bad". What I have said is that making music is great, and nobody needs the any industry for that. 2. I don't think that record labels are "doing what they have done forever: promote their artists and make a profit from it.". 3. I am not pissed at anyone who likes "Happy". (did I mention Gangnam Style at all??) What I stated is about an issue with abundant, exchangeable products with only some weeks of shelf life, or one-hit wonders that come and go. The music industry cannot create sustainable income that way. 4. I am not pissed at someone who doesn't see a problem where I see one. But I am pissed at you now as your only sports seems to be using unfair means, such as excessive rephrasing, arbitrary re-contexting, and made-up quotations. This is not ok.
  14. Sebastian.Gabler

    OT: very impressed with Reaper

    It's the language. My bad, sorry. I try again: "Business is not the scope of the majority of home recording studios, as well. So, home recording is yet another story, apart from Music and Music Business, as home recorders typically are not doing any business, and recording is not the same as making music (as in performance)."
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    OT: very impressed with Reaper

    Who's being naive? And about what? Your post makes no sense. Sascha in this case.