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General Sequencer de la marque Cockos appartenant à la série Reaper

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  • NeolanderNeolander

    Cockos Reaper 0.xPublished on 06/02/06 at 02:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No problem to install.
    I've never had a single bug with this software since I know him.
    If we used a adj squenceur, we know the user manual of this software. Setup is simple.
    Small problem: no manual (see the forum, there is a wiki ...)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I test this program on a less powerful PC (266 MHz, 256 MB ram ...) before mine, no problem ...

    It is much heavier than software like cubase.

    Dj I said, it does not crash ever.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used a BMD cubase before, just to have automation of VST plugins (not found in freeware). But ay, I've found a freeware that does what I want ...
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    No problem to install.
    I've never had a single bug with this software since I know him.
    If we used a adj squenceur, we know the user manual of this software. Setup is simple.
    Small problem: no manual (see the forum, there is a wiki ...)

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I test this program on a less powerful PC (266 MHz, 256 MB ram ...) before mine, no problem ...

    It is much heavier than software like cubase.

    Dj I said, it does not crash ever.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used a BMD cubase before, just to have automation of VST plugins (not found in freeware). But ay, I've found a freeware that does what I want ...
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  • Mediator-frMediator-fr

    Cockos Reaper 0.xPublished on 08/03/06 at 12:06
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    REAPER 0999, a little multitrack (8) very simple and effective and above all free with built-in effects ... well, in English, but lots of keyboard shortcuts.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    It is best to create a folder for each song in order to avoid the mixing of files (and there may be many) with the other pieces.

    OVERALL OPINION

    We can not do better price / quality ratio, it is blackjack (for now)
    I use it for 6 months.
    I also use Cubase LE much more complex but more complete.
  • CowgirlCowgirl

    Cockos Reaper 0.xPublished on 11/12/06 at 18:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Installation trs comfortable with the choice of several plugins that you can select.

    But what I see when I run! Reaper is not a freeware /
    It is full version but valuation Limit 30 days. (Licensed UNREGISTERED SHAREWARE)

    the license for non-commercial use is 39 euro + - (which is nothing) and the commercial version s'lve prs 200 Euro! So you see quickly that it is a pale copy of Acid Pro more lightweight in office.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Then he asks nothing in performance it does not take two hours to start.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I also find it not bad for an app that was free. All in all not a bad product but not the big soft n'gale proffessionnel. There remains a…
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    Installation trs comfortable with the choice of several plugins that you can select.

    But what I see when I run! Reaper is not a freeware /
    It is full version but valuation Limit 30 days. (Licensed UNREGISTERED SHAREWARE)

    the license for non-commercial use is 39 euro + - (which is nothing) and the commercial version s'lve prs 200 Euro! So you see quickly that it is a pale copy of Acid Pro more lightweight in office.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Then he asks nothing in performance it does not take two hours to start.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I also find it not bad for an app that was free. All in all not a bad product but not the big soft n'gale proffessionnel. There remains a small but CATEGORY costaut its Grenci VST, Audio / MIDI, samplers, its plugins ..
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