Year / Release Date : 11/18/2019
Version : 5.986
Developer : Cockos
Developer’s site : Cockos
Bit : 32bit, 64bit
Interface language : English + Russian
Tabletka : present
System requirements : Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.
Description : Cockos Reaper is one of the most advanced programs for creating music, both in the studio and at home. The main “trick” of the program is that it has pattern, keyboard and audio editing. You can specify an unlimited number of audio or midi tracks, not counting how many virtual instruments of the VST format can be added.
Reaper does not take up so much space on the hard drive and does not load the processor, like programs from the FL Studio, Cubase, Reason or Sonar series. With this program you can work even on low-power computers with sound cards that do not support Full duplex operating modes. Although, if the sound card supports this mode, you will get unlimited opportunities to create your own compositions with professional sound even in formats such as 5 + 1, and with additional plug-ins, 7 + 1.
• Unlimited creation and playback of audio and MIDI tracks.
• Ability to run the program from removable media.
• 64-bit audio engine program.
• Small distribution size and high performance.
• Compatible with multi-core processors and multi-processor systems.
• Direct recording to multiple tracks in a variety of formats, including WAV, OGG, MIDI, FLAC, etc.
• Supports a wide range of hardware.
• Supports VST, VSTi, DX, DXi effects and instruments.
• Many built-in tools and effects.
What’s New 5.986
avoid potential deadlock when recording into pooled items •
support editing file-based MIDI when multiple instances exist in the same project •
ensure that newly inserted points get the default curve shape •
add DDP and cue / bin writing support
notarized application for macOS Catalina
fix possible crash when inserting new tracks in mixer •
fix reading mono channel modes in mono with take audio accessors •
require at least 3 clicks before changing tempo
fix gfx_keyedblit () with odd-sized inputs
fix marquee zoom when starting on a track that is collapsed into a folder •