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    [–] What fruit can fuck off? Last1z 1 points ago in AskReddit

    “Botanically speaking, a fruit is a seed-bearing structure that develops from the ovary of a flowering plant, whereas vegetables are all other plant parts”

    They are mutually exclusive

    [–] Epic cop Last1z 4 points ago in PewdiepieSubmissions

    Linus?

    [–] Indeed. Last1z 3 points ago in technicallythetruth

    That’s a period.

    [–] Indeed. Last1z 3 points ago in technicallythetruth

    No, ok has 2 letters

    [–] Indeed. Last1z 46 points ago in technicallythetruth

    It has two letters

    [–] Indeed. Last1z 34 points ago in technicallythetruth

    Has four letters

    [–] Cursed_dead_people Last1z 2 points ago in technicallythetruth

    The average person has one breast and one testicle

    [–] This one is for titles Last1z 2 points ago in PewdiepieSubmissions

    I mean, he’s not supposed to give his opinions

    [–] What’s the difference between a $600 reverb like Alti and a stock reverb like Ableton Reverb? Last1z 1 points ago in ableton

    I find the stock reverb lacking in features, but it should work fine. I personally usually use the fabfilter reverb which is nowhere near $600 and has everything you’ll need in most situations

    [–] Software/hardware suggestions for beginners? Last1z 0 points ago in edmproduction

    I recommend buying a good pair of headphones over a keyboard. A good pair of headphones goes a long way, and spending a few extra bucks on controllers won’t make a huge difference. The ATH-M50x is a decent choice that doesn’t cost much. Those and a laptop is really all the hardware you’ll need as a beginner. As of software, I personally use Ableton Live and can recommend it, but there’s a lot of other DAWs you might want to check out before purchasing one.

    A VST that I could not recommend more is Xfer Serum, it’s intuitive, easy to learn, and fairly affordable (you can also rent to own it on Splice). It’ll be the only synth you’ll need for a long time if you learn how to use it. There’s some other synths like it, but it’s by far the most popular.

    A few more tips, don’t spend money on audio effect plug-ins, there’s a ton of free ones out there and the stock effects in any DAW will work great. There’s a lot of free sample packs out there, look for them, they can be really helpful.

    Of course pirating plug-ins is always an option.