REAPER is an on-premise audio production solution that supports small businesses and non-profit establishments to simplify various processes such as audio producing, editing, transformation, and customization. Users can overdub and capture multiple or layered audios and MIDI in different formats and on several disks based on requirements.
REAPER offers a drag-and-drop interface that allows creators to import, move, split, re-seize, loop, crossfade, pitch shift and render audio files. Additionally, users can switch between multiple layouts and change colors, icons, and toolbars. The solution lets team members control tempo changes, time signatures, pitch-shifting, and varispeed.
- Audio Manipulation
- Audio Mixing
- Audio Recording
- Plug-in Integration
- Video Editing
- Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, Installed - Mac, Installed - Windows
Company Name: Cockos Incorporated
Headquarter: United States
Reaper is the daw you always wanted if you are looking for a great community that will welcome you with open arms, in my opinion, the ability of the developers of this daw to listen to the community is undoubtedly the best of this software. despite its visual ineffectiveness, reaper is the right alternative for Linux users, because this daw bets for simplicity and compatibility with any operating system, leaving aside more visual or unnecessary aspects.
It was free to try and there are tons of tutorials online and other people using Reaper to learn tips and how to use it. It’s similar enough to the other programs I’ve used (Cubase/Protools) that I could jump in and learn from there. The EQ plugin interface is very nice as well. I find it is very convenient to use the waveform and move/change band points.
Reaper is incredibly accessible and has all the inbuilt modules to create a professional experience. It can do everything that you expect it to do.
I cannot say enough good things about Reaper. It has been my go-to audio editing solution for nearly a decade. It is extremely robust, flexible, and incredibly well priced. I find myself getting more accomplished more quickly than friends who are still using ProTools and I’m paying a lot less!
Reaper’s stability is undoubtebly one of it’s strongest features compared to other leading competitors. Never in 2 years has it ever crashed! Even the load time and resources used barely affects my RAM.