Re: Le mat�riau Sonore, hidden place


Subject: Re: Le mat�riau Sonore, hidden place
From: Morgan Sutherland (skiptracer@gmail.com)
Date: Wed Sep 14 2005 - 12:19:59 EDT


Exactly. I use a Nord Modular and I don't hear people saying "why
don't you just use reaktor? it fits right on your laptop and it's much
more powerful". Totally different thing... With the Nord you can throw
together a patch with your eyes closed.

On 9/14/05, Ned Bouhalassa <ned@nedfx.com> wrote:
> Because some of us don't want to program much. I'd rather get right
> down to composing, only slightly modifying ensembles (Reaktor patches)
> that others have created to suit my needs. IMHO, software doesn't have
> to be as powerful as the other 4 programs you mentioned to be musically
> useful. Price is not really an issue, I think, when you consider that
> Reaktor costs as much as an OK acoustic guitar.
>
> Ned
>
> On 14-Sep-05, at 12:05 PM, Michael Gogins wrote:
>
> > Why would someone use Reaktor rather than Max/MSP, PD, SuperCollider,
> > or Csound? I played with Reaktor 4 and although it was a lot of fun,
> > PD and Csound are a lot more powerful and free besides.
>
>
> w w w . n e d f x . c o m
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> Ned Bouhalassa
>
> n e d @ n e d f x . c o m
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