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REAPER is a powerful Windows application for multitrack recording and editing of audio. It will accept avi, mpg or wmv files & give you a video preview, thus enabling you to mix extra tracks in with your source audio!. You cannot perform any video editing within Reaper, but you can work on the soundtrack. You can edit the existing soundtrack, and/or add create new tracks and media items to be mixed with it.

Trialware ($60)
OS:Windows Mac Linux
Version:5.95
Released:Sep 10,2018
File size:9.6MB
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5.95 (September 10, 2018)




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Download Reaper 5.95 Windows 64-bit  [ca 9.6MB]  [Win64]

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Download Reaper 5.95 Linux 64-bit  [ca 9.6MB]  [Linux64]




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WinWindows MacMac OS LinuxLinux




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Shareware ($60)




Version history / Release notes / Changelog


REAPER 5.95: I am Gnomon. I abhor endings.

Automation
copying/pasting and duplicating time selection include all automation of tracks with items within time selection
fix automation items start offset issues relating to tempo changes
improve behavior of automation pasting with differing tempos
prevent pasting of envelope points into envelopes that are automation item-only
avoid adding redundant points to envelope when moving points to new automation item
improved automation item selection behavior when copying/moving/pasting/auto-splitting/duplicating
fix automation item positioning glitch when duplicating multiple automation items that partially intersect the time selection
fix rare hidden points at start of some automation items
use media item duplication preference for automation item pooling when duplicating regions from ruler
trim any existing automation items when pasting/duplicating items that have any automation
avoid hiding default setting envelopes when copying media items to other tracks
improve auto-cleanup of redundant square points
improve cleanup of unnecessary automatically-added envelope points when moving media items
prevent creation of automation items in tempo envelope on paste
update transport when setting loop selection to automation item
Notation
prevent double-opening text edit window
always paste multi-track notes into the active track and any tracks below
clicking in staff view sets active context
fix move edit cursor to mouse cursor action
fix possible incorrect note previews when dragging notes
move edit cursor to mouse cursor also activates context under mouse cursor
pasting/inserting events via action goes to the selected track context
support armed toolbar buttons
ReaScript
fix flicker when resizing script windows
add usecliprect parameter to gfx.deltablit()
remove size limitation and improve memory use for various APIs including Get*StateChunk(), GetSet*Info_String(), GetProjExtState(), GetSetProjectNotes(), MIDI_GetAllEvts()
prevent undefined behavior with GetSetMediaTrackInfo_String()/GetSetMediaItemTakeInfo_String() on non-string values
GetSetMediaItemTakeInfo_String() and GetSetMediaTrackInfo_String() can now be used for GUID (as {guid_string})
add GetSetMediaItemInfo_String() for use with GUID and P_NOTES
Linux
add OGG Opus support
implement ReaScript reaper.ExecProcess()
use fontconfig for font mappings (if you have a customized libSwell.colortheme, will need to change the default font)
file browser shows dot files/directories (toggle via context menu or Ctrl+H)
fix possible crash on startup from processing keyboard events before fully initialized
Actions
allow arming action via right-click menu in actions window
add disarm action, arm next action meta-action for use in custom actions
fix explode multichannel audio when application is inactive
MIDI devices
allow sorting by device name, ID, or state
provide separate options to show warnings for non-present MIDI devices vs devices which could not be opened
improve handling of hung MIDI devices on Windows
MIDI editor
support armed toolbar commands in CC lanes, lane resizers
avoid deselecting notes on click when toolbar armed
improve selection preservation when duplicating notes
Opus
add options to encode 3-8 channel audio as discrete channels, bitrates specified per-channel
fixed peak generation when recording direct to Opus from non-48khz source
Video
add gfx_evalrect(), preset for slow vertical edge detection
fix issues with LFOs on video processors
fix possible Windows crash following resume with multiple monitors
Elastique
update to 3.2.7
Glue
only force items to exact samples when project setting to force beats to samples is enabled
Heal splits
preserve item fade-out shape/curve
JSFX
fix mdct() concurrency issue (bug dated to 2004, diagnosis thanks to Lauri Liinat)
MIDI recording
fix preview display offset in record input mode after tempo changes
Mixer
fix incorrect channel info tooltip for hardware outputs
Preferences
tweak help text sizing for macOS
ReaNINJAM
display border between vol/pan faders
Recording
improve existing group behavior after splits from recording
Ruler
fix incorrect MIDI start offset handling when copying/reordering regions
Tempo map
various item/automation item partial measure support fixes
Toolbars
better arming indicators across multiple toolbars
API
add ArmCommand(), GetArmedCommand(), [Take|Track]FX_CopyTo[Track|Take](), [Track|Take]FX_Delete(), [Track|Take]FX_[Set|Get]Offline()
calling TrackList_AdjustWindows() now updates scrollbars/ranges
fix LICE_FillCBezier() definition for reaper_plugin_functions.h
improve SetOnlyTrackSelected() to set last touched state and support inactive projects
improve input FX control surface notifications, add CSURF_EXT_SETFXPARAM_RECFX
improve input FX support for GetFocusedFX() and GetLastTouchedFX()
improve control surface notifications for FX paste
support GetSetMediaTrackInfo*(B_HEIGHTLOCK)
update documentation for various Get.._Value() functions to include pointers that are gettable

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I learned on ProTools, and by ProTools 10, I became so frustrated with the 'glitches, crashes, lack of features, inability to do power functions, etc...' that I began a quest to test the rest. I sampled Ableton, Logic, Digital Performer, even Bitwig. I didn't find any of them convincingly different to convert me from ProTools, so I then decided to try some Freeware applications in an attempt to maybe record with a more basic program, and do my finishing work in ProTools. Again, nothing really convinced me to change my workflow. I continued using ProTools 10 through 2014 as I didn't want to spend a ton of cash on an upgrade knowing I was about to jump ship. Then, in 2015 I just happened to come across Reaper. I didn't think much about it prior, thinking it must surely be a buggy outlier, something only fanatic fan-boys used because it was cheap. I figured because the price to own was so low, and it spent $0 on advertising, it must be an amateur product.... BOY, WAS I EVER WRONG!!!! Not only was I an immediate convert, I am now one of those fan-boys, spreading the gospel of Reaper everywhere I go.

First off, a complete DAW that doesn't rival the big boys, but actually obliterates the big boys in terms of being able to do ANYTHING you want it to do in a 60MB footprint is an insane concept. Rock solid. The only time Reaper ever crashes is when a plug-in crashes, and Reaper is 100x better about averting a plug-in crash than ProTools. The responsiveness is unparalleled. Again, the program itself opens in less than 2 seconds. If I have twelve projects opened to start, the plug-ins take all the time to load. The fact that I can have twenty projects opened at once, with hundreds of tracks and plug-ins loaded in EACH project is a testament to its stability. Try doing that in any other DAW, with a lag of only 2 to 5 seconds switching between projects. Routing abilities is almost infinite, controlling automation with everything from MIDI, to OSC, to audio side-channeling is incredibly powerful and a cinch to set up. While the simplicity of the program does make some actions seem less than intuitive, relying on action commands, scripts, or even programmable macros, the free instruction manual is a power guide at almost 500 pages, and the community is AMAZING in their willingness to help answer any question. You do not just buy a DAW with REAPER, you join a new paradigm in community support. Every update in the 5.xx series has been chock full of advanced features, now bringing video sync, notation editor in the MIDI functions, spectral graphing, web-controlled interfaces for live-settings or remote recording (from your phone!). All the meanwhile, staying at around 60MB fully installed.

CONS - there are a few DigiDesign hardware incompatibilities with REAPER. There are a few older consoles and PCI boards that AVID just won't allow compatibility for anything other than ProTools. This is not the fault of REAPER in any manner, but it is something to investigate. Luckily, you can evaluate REAPER with full functionality for 30 days to see if any errors pop up. The MIDI editing is not as geared towards loop production as Ableton Live or FL Studios, but if that is the main purpose of your DAW needs, there are already three or four programs out there designed specifically for that function. I have rewired FL Studio through REAPER, and have done loop production that way, choosing to bounce the finished product back in to REAPER. There are third-party extensions to give REAPER these abilities natively as well. Other than these two major concerns, if they are applicable to your situation, just about any other drawback can be worked around, and the pros far outweigh the few limitations.



May 26, 2018 Version: 5.90 OS: Windows 8 64-bit Ease of use: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 10/10



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May 26, 2018 Version: 5.90 OS: MacOSX Ease of use: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 10/10



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May 26, 2018 Version: 5.90 OS: Windows 8 64-bit Ease of use: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 10/10



A multi-track audio editor packing incredible number of features into a small download. Actively developed and supported on the official forum. The program is so intuitive, given an accumulated experience with other audio editors, that it doesn't need a help-file, which isn't provided, I imagine, because it would take too much effort to keep it current.

Nevertheless, nearly every option in the Preferences dialog is explained in a clear short sentence, which appears right on the program interface without opening resource intensive external programs, or requiring the user to skim through lengthy text. Functions in the dialog are also directly searchable, without needing to search the docs, and then following them to find the required button.

None of the above uses any bulky html/metro/net bloat. Where possible, the program makes use of Windows controls to draw the interface. The whole preferences dialog is very fast to scroll through. So the other comment about Win 3.11 isn't justified. Reaper did receive a major UI update of the skinnable parts once. But it is still possible to load the skin from verison 2 in the current v4 and continue using the familiar layout.

Reaper has codecs for practical, useful open file formats, there is a powerful batch converter (also with built-in help), which allows to use any installed DirectShow or VST (more reliable) effect. Reaper can load MIDI files, and unlike with sophisiticated editors, this process seems "lossless" (events aren't rearranged), and sometimes the reason why a file doesn't sound right can be found and manually corrected.

Later versions add video support through ffmpeg. But I've never found it to be precise or stable enough to be of any use for syncing. Reaper is not a sample-exact cut-and-paste editor; and doesn't replace Sound Forge for sound, nor Cakewalk Pro Audio for MIDI. It's a DAW works on a clip level.



Jun 22, 2014 Version: 4.32 OS: WinXP Ease of use: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 10/10



If u use reaper and see its functionality, it seems to me that the other stalwarts like steingberg and presonus or other big names of the audio industry seems to be fooling the general public in the name of high-end products.


Mar 4, 2014 Version: 4.602 OS: Windows 8 64-bit Ease of use: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value for money: 10/10 Overall: 10/10


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