Reaper is a tool that lets you record, edit, mix, process and organize multi-track audio waveform. It sports complex features, so it is designed for advanced users.
seamless installation with portable benefits
The installation process runs fairly smooth, and even lets you choose a portable installation. Choosing the latter option allows you to take Reaper anywhere with you on a USB flash drive, and no change is made in your registry or hard drive without your approval.
series features a graphical interface user friendly
The user interface is friendly and easy to use (by experts), and is divided into several areas – the main menu, the right – click menu, the toolbar of the main window, control panels defeat, the window principal and the editing, timeline and mixer.
You can also view other areas, such as flotation master blender, large clock, dynamic split, FX browser, Transport bar, and a virtual MIDI keyboard.
Wide variety of options and performance
Reaper supports input and output of aliasing (you can name the inputs and outputs audio), MIDI devices, VST, envelope editing, interface themes for custom user actions and macros, surround defined 3D , modifiers, mouse, step envelopes, select Media Explorer preview time, tracking multichannel track, input recording and broadcast via meters, configurable by channel, and more.
The program uses a moderate amount of system memory (which is quite surprising), comes with complete documentation which can be downloaded for free from the developer’s website, and its overall response time to commands is very good. Moreover, we found no problems of any kind to test this software.
In a nutshell
In conclusion, no doubt Reaper is a professional tool for experts in the department of audio editing, so beginners would have trouble handling properly (however, learning is an option). The variety of controls makes audio processing a breeze.