#1
I was just wondering how many people use Reaper, and if so, how many go on using after the trial period has waned?
I'm about a week away from 30 days and feel it's been suitable for loosely recording rough songs, but don't know what the story is when the trial period ends

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#2
Nothing changes after the trial period. You can still use all functions of the program, but you'll still have to wait 5 seconds after booting the program.

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#3
Or you could put down the $40 which is a steal for such a great package and stop being a free loader.
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#4
I use Reaper for all my recordings. Its awesome and simple to use. For some reason, my trial version has glitched itself. Says something like "You have 30 days to trial Reaper. You are currently on day 546". No joke :P I didnt crack it, fiddle around with it or anything. I assume that as long as I dont download an update, it will still work haha.
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I use Reaper for all my recordings. Its awesome and simple to use. For some reason, my trial version has glitched itself. Says something like "You have 30 days to trial Reaper. You are currently on day 546". No joke :P I didnt crack it, fiddle around with it or anything. I assume that as long as I dont download an update, it will still work haha.


It will still work if you update.

But really, buy it
#7
The trial period never ends. It's part of they're business concept. You can pay if you like what they do, and if not, they really don't care. I'm not sure how it works with commercial recordings, but I got myself a copy of reaper after 10 minutes with it. Absoluelty worth the money you spend, especially if you compare it to other DAW's. It might can't do anything, but it will some time in the future.

If you need a fully working DAW that can do everything you need and maybe a lot more, go reaper.

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Worth every cent.

I use Cubase on my studio rig, but I use reaper on my lower-powered laptop, for recording on the move. Excellent software.
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#9
I used Reaper for like 3 years on the trial, then finally bought it because I started making money off it, and I didn't feel like it was fair for me to make money off the software and not give the developer something
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#10
i use reaper and paid for it. i didnt pay for initially, but once i started using it as my main DAW, i bought a license. i think its a very good program, and worth paying for so they keep doing updates and upgrades. ive tried the demos of a couple other DAWs, and am happy with reaper, and happier with the price tag.
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i use reaper and paid for it. i didnt pay for initially, but once i started using it as my main DAW, i bought a license. i think its a very good program, and worth paying for so they keep doing updates and upgrades. ive tried the demos of a couple other DAWs, and am happy with reaper, and happier with the price tag.


Same here. Once I started recording seriously, I registered my copy.
#12
I have been using Reaper for years, since the beginning. It is by far the best DAW out there. It's just...amazing...you really just have to try it.

FWIW most of the "main selling points" from PT10 are features that Reaper, and many other DAWs, have had since their inception.

Think about it.

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