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    Sound mixing


    Tried Reaper and found out that I really like it. For a sixty dollar basic license you get a ton of effects and, finally, a user interface that those of us without a musicology degree can figure out and actually produce sounds and mix in.
    I'm producing nature environmental type soundscapes mixed with brainwave entrainment for meditation.

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    Reaper is easy and awesome, and there's still a lot of advanced features you can use later. FL Studio is nice too, but a little bit more difficult to navigate.

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    REAPER has a fair business model. You can download it and test it without limitations on your computer from the REAPER website, and start to use it in evaluation mode.

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    I also use Reaper for simple mixing actions. And well, if we talk about sound systems and audio interfaces, what exact hardware of audio interface do you prefer to use? I could find here some great models like Apogee Duet 2 and Apollo Twin. What would you choose between two of those? In my case, I want an interface to connect both Mac and Windows, when I need it.

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