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The goal is smooth voice leading... I am not concerned with the principal of it... I am however, wondering what the human in me should be aware of... First, you need to get straight what you are trying to do. If you want smooth voice leading, learn voice leading. To say your aren't concerned with the principles of the goal, then try to do it with software,...


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I use reaper mostly on windows - mostly due to 3rd party plugins and it is the only time I use window - but occasionally also use Reaper on my main computer, which is running Ubuntu Linux. I have found Reaper on Linux (the native version) to be running very smoothly and to be very stable indeed. All bundled plugins that come with Reaper work, as far as i ...


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This is not a full answer. It is perhaps a frame challenge, but it's also just a 'talking-point' kick off that may eventually lead to an answer to a question not yet voiced… bear with me… Even before we get to fixing the pitch on a digital copy, I'd have several issues to address first… generational loss is absolutely not restricted to speed; azimuth loss ...


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I suppose by the rules you've selected that the desired exercise is on baroque choral in the style of Bach. If so, you should be reminded that in counterpoint you want all voices to be independent, and this is not happening here, as all voices are tied to the idea of chords. To have independence, voices should have different rhythms, and the "chords" are ...


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I was having same problem on windows 10 1903 (using TI chipset pcie card with laptop. I was getting cycling through sample rates and defaulting to 192k. I found that by installing 2006 dated driver (probably from windows 7) that it became stable again and my Liquid Saffire 56 is working well with 2 octopre mkii. I haven't dared yet to upgrade to version ...


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