Reaper reaches v5
Cockos has finally released the long-awaited version 5 of their Reaper DAW, which includes a long list of new features.
Reaper is now available in version 5, an upgrade that adds new features and improvements to every section of the DAW. The complete list of changes is available on this page, we’ll highlight the VST 3 plug-in support, the ability to use up to 512 input and output channels with ASIO, group VCA track parameters, use up to 16 general toolbars and 8 MIDI ones, as well as improvements brought to the video support, media browser, MIDI edit, scripting environment and API. MIDI Learn and effect automation is also supported.
Reaper 5 is available on Windows XP to 10 in 32 and 64-bit as well as Mac OS X 32 and 64-bit for versions 10.5 to 10.10. Its pricing is still $60 or $225 if you make a comercial use of it.
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