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AXE
Trial Version for the "unofficially supported" DAW users?
Date: Sep 2, 2012 6:24:19 PM PDT
Author: AXE

I've been looking at the Pro Remote LE or possibly even the pro
version for a few weeks now. I'm a REAPER user and since
REAPER is "unofficially supported" (And therefore not all
functions may work properly) I'm rather hesitant to even spend
$10 on something that might not even work with my DAW of
choice. I'd buy it in a heart beat if I was certain it would do what
it says. Is the the only option really just to pay the for it and
hope it works for my application?

I Sound like a cheap ass I know but I'm not up for downloading
worthless unusable (for me) apps these days. Got way to many
of those notches on my belt. *Face Palm*

On paper your product sounds great but it appears to not be
used to widely by REAPER users as Forum searches here and on
REAPER give little to no results so even asking fellow users isn't
much help.

Ideas? Input from any REAPER users here?
 

 

timmcg
Trial Version for the "unofficially supported" DAW users?
Date: Nov 7, 2012 4:37:19 PM PST
Author: timmcg

Originally Posted by AXE:
I've been looking at the Pro Remote LE or possibly even the
pro
version for a few weeks now. I'm a REAPER user and since
REAPER is "unofficially supported" (And therefore not all
functions may work properly) I'm rather hesitant to even
spend
$10 on something that might not even work with my DAW of
choice. I'd buy it in a heart beat if I was certain it would do
what
it says. Is the the only option really just to pay the for it and
hope it works for my application?

I Sound like a cheap ass I know but I'm not up for
downloading
worthless unusable (for me) apps these days. Got way to
many
of those notches on my belt. *Face Palm*

On paper your product sounds great but it appears to not be
used to widely by REAPER users as Forum searches here and
on
REAPER give little to no results so even asking fellow users
isn't
much help.

Ideas? Input from any REAPER users here?


What do you want to do with it? If you just want it to record
and playback it seems to be fine. Faders & pan are fine but it
doesn't see the Master fader. Mute and solo work but the
solo light doesn't come light up on Pro Remote. You can
scrub and shuttle although it's not as good as Pro Tools.
Undo works no problem but Zoom doesn't work for me using
Reaper. You can always us Mobile Mouse for that… both
servers run at the same time on my MacBook pro. So if you
just want to remote control Reaper for basic recording /
undo and setting levels then go for it. My two cents. Timothy
 

 
 
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