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REAPER is a digital audio workstation: a complete multitrack audio and MIDI recording, editing, processing, mixing, and mastering environment. Using your current computer and no other software, you can import any audio and MIDI, synthesize, sample, compose, arrange, edit, mix, and master songs or any other audio projects. If you add a hardware audio interface of your choice (AD/DA: analog-to-digital/digital-to-analog) and a microphone, you have a complete recording studio, suitable for recording anything from a soloist to a band to an orchestra (even if the orchestra is just you).

REAPER converts your computer into the full power of any top-of-the-line recording studio. Minus, of course, a room full of shockingly expensive converters, microphones, amplifiers, and, well, talent. If you are a top-of-the-line recording studio interested in REAPER, this part of the discussion has probably insulted your intelligence.

So well just say that unlike some other DAWs, REAPER will support almost any existing audio interface, even interfaces manufactured by companies whose software does not allow you to use any other hardware interface.

Nondestructive multi-track recording means that you can record and layer take after take, correcting, editing, revisiting, and tweaking to your hearts content. There are inexpensive audio interfaces designed just to plug guitars in to, and there are very fancy audio interfaces designed to convert many simultaneous line and microphone inputs.

REAPER is designed to let you work quickly and creatively, without imposing any artificial limits on what you can do. REAPER doesnt have track types, busses, tools, or offline processing. If you want to create a drum bus, simply add a track above the drum tracks and press the folder button - the drums will automatically send to the folder, Once you get the drum levels and FX tweaked right where you want them, you can record the folders output to non-destructively freeze the drums and move on.

Fast, Powerful Editing: Drag and drop to import, arrange, and render

Freely mix audio, MIDI, video, still image media on any track

Easily move, split, glue, resize, trim, loop, time stretch, pitch shift, fade, crossfade, slip, snap to grid, without switching tools

Intuitive zoom, scroll, scrub, jog, tab to audio transient, MIDI navigation

Simple and powerful nested folder system allows group editing, routing, bussing, all in one step

Full automation recording, playback, and editing support for track controls and plug-ins

Easily manage tempo, time signature, and varispeed changes

Separate audio or MIDI into freely arrangeable takes and lanes for easy comping

Easily copy or move regions, to quickly try out alternate arrangements

Plug-in Support: Insert almost any third-party audio or MIDI plug-in: VST, VSTi, DX, DXi, AU (OSX only), JS

ReWire (audio and MIDI) any capable application for even more flexibility

Fully automatic plug-in delay compensation (PDC)

Sidechain any plug-in, even if the plug-in does not natively support sidechaining

Apply FX in real time, or non-destructively render FX output

Real-time network FX processing: use other local machines as an FX farm

64-bit ReaPlugs Suite: Unlimited multiband EQ with draggable nodes

Graphical FFT EQ/dynamics processing

Technical and multiband compression

Flexible, open-format convolution reverb

Real-time pitch correction, with Elastique 2 Pro built in

Multitap delay, basic synthesizer, sample player, vocoder, algorithmic reverb, and more

Special-use plug-ins to virtualize outboard hardware, stream audio, connect to NINJAM servers, and more

Includes the JS audio and midi plug-in scripting engine, and hundreds of user-programmable effects

Intangibles: REAPER starts and loads fast - be ready to record in just a few seconds

Portable - put REAPER in your pocket and run it from a USB key or other removable media

Tightly coded - installer is only a few MB, updates can be installed in less than a minute

Rapid, efficient development - new features and optimizations are added quickly and often

Very active, enthusiastic, and helpful user forum, get help quickly

Fantastic and readable user-created manual

An honest business model that aims to provide the best possible user experience

Change Log: * MIDI editor: o smoother editing for swing grid handles

o snap pitch/pan CC bars to center [demo]

o dont create extra undo point when moving/copying events

o fixed advancing cursor when step recording with swing grid enabled

o fixed crash when double-clicking collapsed CC lane

o fixed paste preserving position in measure in first partial measure of a media item

o new theme color for octave grid line [demo]

o update display immediately after event list context menu action

o when a single CC event is dragged, display the actual event time/value in the lower right

* FX: o adding FX via quick-add menu floats the FX window (if the user preference is to show the FX window at all)

o double click a floating FX title bar to return the FX to the chain window [demo]

o double-click empty space in the FX chain list (under the current inserted FX) to open the FX browser

o fixed potential flood of FX automation messages

o optionally show the current track FX in the FX button context menu, click to float/unfloat individual FX [demo]

o when adding an FX chain, auto-float each FX window if the preference is set [demo]

* OSX: o fixed a graphic glitch when updating track I/O window

o fixed drawing behavior when tabbing through tracks to rename

o fixed plug-in pin connector dialog not showing [+] button

o fixed tiny font and odd alignment in track IO dialog, MIDI CC lanes

o fixed too-large font on track meters

* Action: o scroll view vertically (midi CC): prevent scrolling offscreen

o split items at timeline grid affects offscreen items properly

o toggle mute for track sends or receives 1-8

* AU: o fixed occasional noise blast from plugins that cant handle anticipative processing (AUPeakLimiter)

o better support for multi-output AUs (thanks, VSL)

* Preferences: o moved volume/pan fader range settings to Appearance/VU Meters and Faders

o preference to suppress splitting all items at the edit cursor if nothing is selected

* Render: o added minimize button to minimize REAPER during renders

o fixed rendered items sometimes being one sample too short with certain sample rate/buffer size settings

* Takes: o actions to rotate take lanes forward or backward for selected items [demo]

o copy/preserve take FX when new recording splits an existing media item (obeys preference to copy take FX on split)

o internal changes to take processing

* Theme support: o background images with yellow lines (outer-areas) now properly supported for track name, vol, pan labels, etc

o better detection of theme changes (faster)

o button images can now have pink lines for stretching

* Tooltips: o action to toggle on/off tooltips for media items and envelopes [demo]

o multi-line tooltips for envelopes, items, item fades

o multi-line tooltips for track IO, ENV, FX buttons [demo]

* Video/FFmpeg: o better audio seek mechanism

o fixed duration on broken MPEG-1 files

* Video/Windows: o added EVR output for Vista+ machines (improved video display when using Aero)

o fixed hang when using REAPER over RDP

* VST: o ensure "show VST folders" option is persistent

o when VST folders enabled and VST names disabled, dont show path twice in FX button right-click menu

* API: export Help_Set function (show help text in the area below the track panels)

* Cues: fixed drawing of extra cues on unlooped items that are longer than the underlyin