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Reaper vs Audacity

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Reaper vs Audacity

Post: # 157Post thestorygirl
Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:52 pm

Does it sound different (can you tell an audible difference) if you record using Reaper or Audacity?
I mean, if you record part of a project using Audacity and then used Reaper to record the other part, would it make a difference?

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