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Jules 8th April 2007 04:52 PM

Thanks for agreeing to do this Justin!
Thanks for agreeing to do this Justin!

v cool!


Justin Frankel 8th April 2007 11:52 PM

my pleasure... thanks for having me! ;)

TREMORS 8th April 2007 11:54 PM

Welcome back thumbsup


mahasandi 9th April 2007 02:21 PM

I'am pleased to see this .

Justin thanks for doing this !

I'am very excited about Reaper , and I think what your doing with it is really exciting.


GravityRobert 9th April 2007 05:22 PM

Reaper rules. I'll be using this in the future for sure hooppie

orange 10th April 2007 04:57 PM

Just want to say thanks very much - your answers so far have been both candid and revealing.

I've tried Reaper and even though I don't feel it's quite right for me at this point, I'm watching it with interest.

Here's hoping it becomes the perfect recording software, but even if it doesn't fully reach 'perfection' then at the very least it has shaken the complacency of the other established software companies. The competition can only benefit us, the users.

A small company always has the benefit of being dynamic and able to respond to the requests of users.

Wishing you best of luck and warmest regards


Cap'n Spanky 10th April 2007 09:23 PM

I just want to add my voice to the thank you's! I think what your doing with both Reaper and NINJAM is WAY COOL! I haven't jumped on the bandwagon yet. But probably will someday.

I'd admire how you're willing to participate in these forums and the amazing amount of patience you show. I'm sure you hear the same dumb comments and questions over and over.

What your doing is very appreciated!!

DontLetMeDrown 11th April 2007 12:04 AM

Wow, I'm really liking this section. Justin is a smart guy that is good at giving detailed information while putting it in layman's terms. I have only dabbled in Reaper a little bit, but I can see that it is already leaps and bounds above where it was just a few months ago.

Thanks Jules and Justin for setting this up. boing