This is REAPER.
REAPER is a complete digital audio production application for computers, offering a full multitrack audio and MIDI recording, editing, processing, mixing and mastering toolset.REAPER supports a vast range of hardware, digital formats and plugins, and can be comprehensively extended, scripted and modified.
REAPER's full, flexible feature set and renowned stability have found a home wherever digital audio is used: commercial and home studios, broadcast, location recording, education, science and research, sound design, game development, and more.
From mission-critical professional environments to students' laptops, there is a single version of REAPER, fully featured with no artificial limitations. You can evaluate REAPER in full for 60 days. A REAPER license is affordably priced and DRM-free.
A new REAPER 5 license includes unlimited free updates through REAPER version 6.99. Frequency varies, but updates are typically released every few weeks.
These updates include bug fixes, feature improvements, and significant new features, all of which are free. Updates only take a minute or so. All preferences and configurations are preserved, and forward and backward compatibility are maintained.
Just wanted to announce the release of my new Reaper 4 Tutorials. Reaper 4 Explained - Don't Fear Reaper ------------------------------------------------------------------- Reaper 4 Explained - DON'T FEAR THE REAPER! Kenny Gioia is back covering Cockos latest revision of Reaper! Reaper 4 has many new features and functions, as well as workflows. Don't worry though, "Reaper 4 Explained" covers it...
...Bit AAX OS X: 32/64 Bit VST, 32/64 Bit VST3, 32/64 Bit AU, 32 Bit RTAS, 32/64 Bit AAX Tested with: Cockos Reaper, Steinberg Cubase/Nuendo/Wavelab 6/7/8/9, FL Studio 12, ProTools 10/12 Price: Free
...some reviews to see how noisy the faders are (mechanically) There seem to be several videos for setting it up in Reaper (although some of these are probably for the Mini or the One, rather than the Compact): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBOATNS1V8o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QD1o0JenoNE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvwndGY8ReQ As Reaper moves up in the "DAW popularity league table" more control surface makers are making integration with...
This DAW has won me over.
I was a Pro Tools user from Pro tools 3 into pro tools Mix got tired of being tethered to hardware, and native power exploded.
Initially I switched to Reaper @ v2. With V3 lots of updates and improvements ,now V4 is out as well, but I work with V3 right now.
After jumping onboard Cakewalk on the solid PA 7, enduring the rocky PA 8 and for a very long time enjoying the excellent PA 9 before going to Sonar when Sonar hit v 4...I was a hardcore Cakewalk guy, perhaps because I started with primarily MIDI needs, and it was a pretty mature platform at that...
Reaper is upgraded very often, and you won't have to pay for updates for a long time. I have never had to pay for those updates and I've used it for years. (This is not saying I'm using it illegally, read the aforementioned first line.
Essentially, all DAWs are the same with the sound engine,...
Years ago I downloaded Reaper after weeks of research on every DAW known to man. First of all, let me tell you that I obsessively research, and I love finding companies that aren't idiots. Sounds obvious, but I really don't like how most companies run their businesses, and I'm much more likely to...