there is no such thing as using a registry cleaner "IN|ON your DAW".
a registry cleaner is used "ON your REGISTRY".
CCleaner scans your registry for entries that don't tie back to an installed program, and offers to (and does) remove those entries if you so authorize -- and it does a very good job of this, for the record.
Registry cleaners are most useful to remedy slow start-up time for the OS - not run time for programs (and, unrelated, CCleaner also has a feature for deleting aged-out temporary files to free disk space).
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m-audio Axiom Pro 61 keyboard controller || iPad2 | RetouchControl DUO | TouchOSC | LoopBe30 MIDI
m-audio Mobile Pre USB (original) audio interface | ASIO4ALL || RØDE NT-3 mic
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Last edited by SteveDiverse; 2013-03-23 at 06:07.