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If you are looking for REAPER, you have come to the right place. We explain what REAPER is and point you to the official download.

What is REAPER?

REAPER is a DAW-based software program developed by Cockos. REAPER, which stands for Rapid Environment for Audio Production, Engineering and Recording; is used for recording audio tracks, editing music, mixing and mastering for music production.

The software fully supports application programming interface plugins relevant to music production, thereby allowing the user to work effortlessly and efficiently. Supporte API plugins are the following: Virtual Studio Technology, which is used for audio synthesizer and effect software; DirectX, which supports real-time processing of audio production for Windows computers; and Audio Units, which supports processing, receiving and manipulating of audio streams for Mac OS X machines.

The user can likewise mix audio files with MIDI clips in a single track, utilize a 32-bit Virtual Studio Technology plugin in a 64-bit computer, and distribute processing of plugins over LAN. There is no limit to the number of tracks than can be simultaneously worked on by the user; however, a limit on tracks may be implemented depending on the capacity of the machine’s hardware.

Downloads are available at the REAPER official website, for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows and OS X; as well as OS X PPC.

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File types supported by REAPER

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Last updated: : February 11, 2013