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Old 05-15-2017, 08:17 PM   #1
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Reaper DAW, Does anyone have expirience with this software?

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Old 05-15-2017, 08:20 PM   #2
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Re: Reaper

I tried it a for a bit a few years ago but it didn't really click for me. I liked how it handled audio tracks, but less how it handles MIDI. I know a couple of people here use it, but I'd only be able to use it for recording/mixing, not for composition.

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Re: Reaper

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I tried it a for a bit a few years ago but it didn't really click for me. I liked how it handled audio tracks, but less how it handles MIDI. I know a couple of people here use it, but I'd only be able to use it for recording/mixing, not for composition.
It has been some years, but this is my experience too. When I was using it, felt very much geared towards people recording mostly external instruments.

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Old 05-15-2017, 09:22 PM   #4
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Re: Reaper

It's far and away the best free option. That's about all the nice things I have to say about it. I know people can and do make great music with Reaper but I have no idea how. I actually prefer Renoise but I don't think it's as all around capable as Reaper if you're only going to have a single DAW.
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Re: Reaper

Its more versatile than LMMS, Probably the most bang for the buck. Community is pretty active so there should always be someone to help you with tough questions.

It does feel like its on the opposite side of the market compared to a more sample/midi based software like Ableton Live. Though the midi options are more than adequate. I guess it all depends on what you want your work flow to be like.

If you are really into loopy techniques and then adding to those loops, then Ableton is probably better.
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Old 06-01-2017, 06:28 PM   #6
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Re: Reaper

I'm all about the Reaper. Been using it since 2009. No ragrets. I actually like how it handles MIDI but then, the only other DAW software I've used extensively is Cubase and that was almost ten years back. I've used FL Studio a wee bit and it's great for MIDI but I am accustomed to Reaper so i stuck with that. FWIW the track in my sig is Reaper-made.

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Re: Reaper

It uses somewhat different logic from the other common DAWs, but once you learn it it should be faster to use. After all, the name is an initialism for rapid environment for audio production, engineering, and recording.

The scripting system is a huge bonus.

So is the JS plug-in user base.
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Re: Reaper

I like Reaper a lot. I use it for multitrack live recording. So basically for my industrial stuff or things that need live instruments. So how it goes is i write my basic song in Renoise, then render everything to individual tracks. Once that is done i import it into Reaper and then start working on the live stuff like guitars, bass and vocals. I haven't gotten to in depth with midi yet in Reaper. From what i have seen so far i feel for me its kinda a pain in the ass to setup Reaper to my midi controller. I could just also be dumb. Probably just dumb. But yes. Great DAW! Well worth the money.

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Re: Reaper

Not hard to set up Reaper as a midi host, really. I'm running my MPK25 through it, took 2 minutes to get it set up and running.

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Not hard to set up Reaper as a midi host, really. I'm running my MPK25 through it, took 2 minutes to get it set up and running.
Oh yeah that I can get no probs. Honestly its the midi mapping to my novation sl series controllers. Only way I can see of setting the midi mapping is going to the top right hand corner of the screen and then menu diving the hell out of the parameters to choose from. It gets really time consuming trying to find specific functions of plugins such as Uhe Bazille and Loomer Aspect.

Unless there is a better way. Cus I would love to know haha! Another issue I have is when I go to record automation from my controllers and once done I go back to the beginning of the song, the parameters do not reset to where they were originally. But again..... I could just be dumb rofl. I just know how to get away with the basics in Reaper. Anything super complicated I will go back to Renoise for.

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Old 06-05-2017, 11:54 PM   #11
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Re: Reaper

The best part about Reaper is it's free. I fiddled around in it when I decided to go legit and get rid of my cracked copy of FL Studio. Not long after though I upgraded to Ableton.

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