Well, I use them in tandem.
Audacity is my first external editor for Reaper.
For instance, Reaper sucks on normalizing recordings so I open it with
Audacity and save it back.
Using Osara, the accessibility is better in reaper, for instance the
peak watcher tells you when a certain input level is reached.
The advantages of Audacity are the macros, the Nyquist language, the
auto save facility and label/clips (well, let's say different, not
Want to know any specifics?
On 01/11/2019, Pawel L. <pltechmail@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Good day guys,
Is there any particular reason why you would recommend one app over the
Should I understand that Reaper is oriented more towards Pro-musician
users than Audacity?
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