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Old 22nd July 2020
Lives for gear

Originally Posted by IronFilm View Post
If you're working with just yourself, then Reaper is absolutely perfect! That's great. Stick with it.

However if you're only one small cog in a larger sound post production department, then you 110% need to know Pro Tools.
And if you ever intend to work as a freelancer in audio post as well.

Doing audio post production and not knowing PT inside out is just a bad career decision. Especially as a beginner.
That doesn't mean that you cannot make an informed decision to use something else once you have established your career and if your market allows for that.