A new version of Reaper has been released, on the 22nd of may Cockus finally released the 3.0 version.
And it looks great…
‘Changes: A HUGE upgrade!
- Automation lanes
- Nested track folders
- Multiple tabbed projects
- Multichannel (greater than stereo) media support, including MOGG
- FX parameter controls on track and mixer control panels
- Customize toolbar icons and actions
- Programmable MIDI joystick/game controller support
- Inline MIDI editing
- Edit multiple MIDI items in one editor
- Sync MIDI editor to arrange view, including looped items
- Export project MIDI, with tempo map support
- MIDI event filter
- Track MIDI controls (manage bank/program changes, sysex, automate CC)
- MIDI hardware timing improvements
- Full sysex support
- All-native graphics rendering engine (better appearance and performance)
- Memory use improvements
- Soft controller takeover, including FX parameters
- MORE! Too much to list here!
The evaluation version of REAPER is complete and uncrippled. There are no artificial interruptions or restrictions, and you can save and load projects normally. We believe in giving you a fair chance to make sure that REAPER works correctly with your hardware and suits your workflow.The REAPER installer simply copies REAPER and its support files to disk. It does not install anything except itself.
If after 30 days you decide that REAPER is not for you, simply delete it.
Edit multiple MIDI items or tracks together in a single editor. Customize how the MIDI editor shows you looped items, tempo changes, even synchronize the editor contents with the arrange view so everything stays lined up with the project as you move windows around. Edit MIDI inline in the arrange view. Add MIDI track controls to any track, in front of sends, or anywhere else. Explode MIDI items by channel or pitch. Improved MIDI import and export, hardware MIDI timing calibration, full sysex support, and tons of other improvements.’