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Reaper computer studio suite..

Jules

Formerly known as "nachoman"
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anyone out there use 'reaper' for recording? This thingy here- http://www.reaper.fm/ Value for money it looks excellent (and one of my buddies has flagged it as a good quality bit of kit) but I'd be interested in anyone's first hand opinion.....
 

fluterer

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The trial doesn't lose any functionality after the 30 days, but your conscience should cut in at around that point. Reaper is excellent, a huge amount of features at a very sensible price. When it came to actually parting with money though, I opted for Mixcraft from Acoustica ( http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft/ similar price to Reaper, cheaper if you can find an online 20% off code). It doesn't do as many things as Reaper, but does more than enough for most people and in what I found to be a much simpler way, much less of the "I know what I want to do and I know you can do it...but how???". Suggest you download their trial and give it a go as well. I tried many other products, but in the end it was down to these two.
 
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