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Old 12th April 2007
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Gear Nut
 

I use it for both recording our live rehearsals/jams (which is why I like things like being able to arm/unarm tracks/change their inputs while recording), as well as composing and recording songs (using both real instruments and softsynths). I'm not a great musician, though...

Here's our live recordings:

http://www.blorp.com/index.php?path=music%2FJams%2FFull
(which also has a nifty web interface via http://www.brainal.org/ )

Here's the band that I'm in with Christophe and Brennan (when we all feel like it): http://www.consume.ca

And here are a few tracks produced with reaper, and done mostly via distributed collaboration with a friend of mine who lives on the east coast (these are some of my favorites):

http://www.blorp.com/music/Songs/A%2...astered%29.mp3
http://www.blorp.com/music/Songs/Lov...astered%29.mp3
http://www.blorp.com/music/Songs/070105-birds.mp3


OK, so I'm a better programmer than musician.. but I enjoy both tremendously

-Justin

P.S. This is probably pipelineaudio's request, too, but I'd love to hear what other GS people who use REAPER are doing, too...