In there dreams

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boombaxx
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In there dreams

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http://www.musicradar.com/tuition/tech/ ... y-238905/9

Awkward and disappointing compared to Buzz although Reaper is not bad

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mcbpete
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Though to be fair, not many folks outside these forum walls are probably even aware that Buzz has been 'rebuilt'/'redeveloped' since the version in the late 90s. I've never seen people mention it online at all ... (as I say apart from here/BuzzChurch or if I try to plug it somewhere else)

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Evelon
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*their

It's just a matter of taste, reference, experience, workflow, esthetics, habit, etc. I for one have used Cubase since 1995 and Buzz since 2000. They are both great, and both have their strengths/weaknesses.
"it's not what you use, but how you use/abuse it".

Meh, just thinking of this vs. that makes me tired.

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If I was starting out fresh, I would probably go with Ableton since you can do some really cool things with it.

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yo dawg that what skrillex use? B)

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