do you want to try WaveSabre?

category: general [glöplog]
[I would happily stand corrected, though, if anyone desires a cigar and a medal for capturing that flag.]
added on the 2019-02-21 00:53:22 by wertstahl wertstahl
Wow - look what I started!

I’ll just try it out in Renoise instead - Reason is simply the tool I’m most used to since years :)
added on the 2019-02-21 08:18:19 by Puryx Puryx
Haha, well at least it hasn't descended into politics! Bit in all honesty, I'd pick one of the other three DAWs we support rather than renoise. Due to its continued lack of support for plugins which accept multiple audio inputs you can't sidechain with it. I also have plans for other plugins which will need that facility like the vocoder.
added on the 2019-02-21 08:56:00 by djh0ffman djh0ffman
(e.g. a note in a pattern) and then watching what changes

Yep, already done this. About half way through the file there is a chuck which states reason song file. After that the entire binary stream is encrypted. The clue here was that I changed one note and that entire block for the rest of the file changes. If it was decrypted the changes would be visible.

Sounds like compression. I don't think they have any good reason to try to use encryption.
added on the 2019-02-21 11:59:59 by kusma kusma
(Sounds like compression.)
especially since everything before that change is still in-tact; with encryption you'd typically see changes everywhere.
added on the 2019-02-21 13:35:25 by ferris ferris