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It's very easy to edit, mix and master audio projects. See More
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It works. Not great but functional. If compared to Cakewalk/Sonar, even old versions from the early to mid 2000's it loses. I use Ardour because Microsoft drove me away. and Apple, is too expensive. So, I'm slogging through with what's available in linux, of which Ardour is about the best. See More
Ridiculously complicated set up, followed by an inability to recognise WAV! See More
Unlike a lot of free Digital Audio Workstation software it gives you multi-track recording abilities and a lot of advanced effects, like being able to correct pitch and remove unwanted noise. There is also a large number of third-party plugins available as well as user-scripted plugins. See More
It is a super good program for narratime videos, it's a perfect tool for work with voice See More
The Reaper DAW offers 2 licenses. A commercial license at $225 and a discounted one at $60. Both licenses give access to the complete DAW. The discounted license is for non profits, educational programs and personal use as long as yearly gross revenue does not exceed USD $20,000. There's even an indefinite free trial with no limitations for evaluation purposes. See More
I switched from Ableton Live to Reaper and I am not switching back. Ableton Live is a great $1000 DAW. Reaper is an amazing DAW for $60. Any track can be anything including video. Plugin support for VST, VSTi, DirectX, Rewire and has 64/32 bit wrappers built in plus .js scripts. See More
In Reaper, a track is a track is a track. There is no distinction among MIDI, stereo, mono, surround or any other tracks, and that means it's possible to put clips of all kinds on the same track. This approach makes the Reaper DAW seem a lot more intuitive than other DAWs. See More
Without prior experience with DAW, you can install Reaper, set up ASIO drivers, connect to your amp and mikes, get the hang of recording/re-recording tracks, and render an mp3 in just a few hours. You can accomplish the basics very fast. See More
When using a 64-bit installation of Reaper, all 32-bit plugins will still work alongside 64-bit plugins. On computers with an x86-64 CPU and an OS that supports multi-architecture, you can also run bridged 64-bit plugins on 32-bit Reaper. See More
Slow development and trying to push subscription model rather than one-off cost See More
Not for sound engineer but sure the best for musicians See More
connects effortlessly to large number of audio tracks, even on Linux. Note: re-sampling to a different sample rate may cause output hiccups. Large number of buffer size choices for management of latency. .. Note: use of special devices requiring drivers may disable this. .. Works with soundcraft signature mtk mixers on Linux See More
ReNoise 3 replaces the typical piano roll with a tracker, which is claimed to be "the most powerful tracker in existence". The difference between piano roll and tracker is that piano roll moves horizontally, while trackers move vertically. Users may find this confusing at first, but trackers make it simple to customize every individual note. See More
Easy to learn, has all features I've used so far and also works on weaker PCs. See More
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