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The complete C3 tutorial for new authors

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#81 Alternity

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Posted May 6, 2019 - 07:16 PM

Reaper is free, as long as you don't use it commercially.

I'm not sure where the restrictive comes from. The other tools to authors are pretty restrictive compared to reaper.

#82 FujiSkunk

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Posted May 6, 2019 - 10:29 PM

Technically REAPER isn't free, it's just the demo version doesn't have any limitations nor trial period (they say 60 days, but there is no real time bomb inside the program).  A personal-use license costs $60, which is a whole heckuva lot cheaper than similarly-featured DAW's.


As for "restrictive", what do you mean by that?  I haven't used a whole lot of DAW's myself, but I found REAPER fairly easy to learn (much easier than Digital Performer).  Except perhaps for some audio/WAV editing that I have to go to Audacity or reZound for, I've found everything I need for customs authoring in REAPER.

#83 Shroud

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Posted June 18, 2019 - 05:12 AM

First of all, huge THANKS to Farottone and other contributors to this guide which is an invaluable tool :)

Do you know if Harmonix advanced documentation is still available somewhere? The links to it inside the C3 tutorial don't seem to work for me.

I think the tutorial itself + the two videos are enough to learn authoring, but it'd be nice to take a look at Harmonix instructions also if still publicly available.


EDIT: ...or are they exactly the same as those in the wiki here? http://docs.c3univer...title=Main_Page

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