It’s safe to assume that you’ve spent time building, creating and storing your audio library on your PC; it’s a fairly straight forward exercise, copying your CDs to your hard drive. However, it does become more challenging getting old and sometimes rare recordings from audio tapes or VHS, to eventually get them on to a CD. Most old recordings need some form of editing such as cropping, noise reduction and rendering in order to make them audible.
REAPER 2.141 is an audio editing studio designed for you to record, edit and mix your audio files. It’s got an easy to use interface, helpful for amateurs but a large number of features that could aid a more experienced user. You can use it to create your own tracks or mixes that can then be exported.
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