Support and feedback for Acoustica's Mixcraft audio mixing software.
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I use both Mixcraft and Reaper. Reaper has incredible power and flexibility but to be honest I have never gotten into the flow of it. Mixcraft is comfortable and fits my humble needs. I believe Mixcraft has the flexible and power to make most any project top notch if you have audio engineering talent. I enjoy the program and always open it up before Reaper. Hat tip to devs on the Mixcraft project.
+1. The only reason why I use Reaper occasionally is because I have an older computer (2ghz Dual Core) and there is an occasional need to do something with a huge amount of tracks and plugins and Reaper is lightweight to the point of emaciation. Once I get a better machine it will be Mixcraft 24/7.James Klutho wrote:I use both Mixcraft and Reaper.
(Except for the fantastic Emagic/Apple EVB3 plugin that I can run on an old Imac with MainStage VB3 is on the way there but IMO no other emulator has ever gotten the treble rotor right like the EVB3 does; everybody else makes it sound swishy instead of choppy like a real half-blocked treble rotor.)