I’ve download the trial version, and it works amazing !
I’ll keep you posted in a couple of weeks about my experience with Reaper
I have recently moved to Reaper from Jeskola Buzz. Reaper is just more efficient (CPU wise).
I think Reaper is a great great software. But what made me stick to Logic is because I get access to tons of nice sounding instruments. I’m just a little lazy to find 3rd party plugins that sound great. Then the choosign between virtual instrument libraries and such.
What you guys think? Say if I’m looking to do orchestral pieces, where do you get your samples and instruments?
Here’s an extended Cubase vs Reaper comparison:
Reaper looks really interesting imho but I grew used to few integrated plugins in Cubase, so switching over would force me to look for alternatives or alter the workflow.. sadly don’t have time for neither. maybe later.
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Another vote for reaper. I wouldn’t consider use anything else if I were doing mainly dialogue replacement or rerecording/editing duties. I like FL Studio a bit more for pure production but that’s because I’m a huge fan of the pattern based approach. Otherwise, Reaper kicks ass.