Reaper ?


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  • #13523 Reply

    Hi Everyone,

    I discovered Reaper recently and this unexpensive little piece of software does amaze me: it is so light! What do you guys think about it? Does it have a place at the heart of a professional composer’s studio or are there too many limitations vs. other DAWs?


    #13535 Reply

    Reaper was recommended to me by a professional producer who had changed from Cubase to Reaper. He had nothing but praise for Reaper. From what I’ve heard, it doesn’t have many limitations, if any.

    #13536 Reply

    Big downside is it’s not supported by Waves and a few others, personally I can’t stand the look of it BUT you can customise virtually anything, it’s in constant upgrade, it’s cheap.

    I think you can download a full working version to test, definitely check it out.

    #13541 Reply

    Antares Autotune doesn’t work correctly in Reaper, if that’s your thing..

    I switched to Reaper a few years back when I got a new computer. I had been on Pro Tools 7, but I didn’t want to pay to upgrade to 10 so I decided to give Reaper a try. I’ve been really happy with it; it doesn’t do editing as well as PT, but its way better with midi. Its also the most customizable DAW I’ve ever used.

    #24343 Reply

    Reaper is one of the best DAWs out there. The thing that makes it really special is how lean it is and how fast it runs. Never had a crash in Reaper. I usually run ableton Live so I can take advantage of the session view, but Reaper is my go to for strictly linear recording, and acts as my backup DAW.

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