that would be nice too. have it download the zip file the next time there is a new update to the software. I like the idea, but of all apps, it is the most complicated one of the kind. You give so much control to the user and it is so easy to feel like you are doing something wrong.
It would be great to be able to backup a project and then restores it exactly back how it was, and even delete and add tracks as needed. a backup of the tracks on a CD is OK, but there are times you want to add some tracks to the project, or add tracks to the project from the CD. These are things that, as of now, with Reaper, you cannot do. Sure, you could always make a copy of the.WAV files, but then you will lose the time code as well.
Their "protection" is just an advance system filtering out photos and noises which will not affect the music creation during the almost ALL of time working sessions. After finishing creating the song сand then my friend who was listening to this song, said "You did great but i cant find anything wrong with your song." Then I quickly scanned it and there were nothing wrong. Everything perfectly recorded.
These two are really close to the same. Audiokiller can convert audio files to common formats for free. Besides converting AIFF, MP3, M4A, AAC, OGG, WAV, RealAudio and Vorbis files, the application supports most popular audio formats, including FLAC, MO3, WvW, MusePack, Theora, MP3, AAC, OGG and WAV.
This one also listed, but the only comments I could find were "Physically correct color drums" and "Looks good here, 5 stars". I can't test this out much, because I don't have this version of the software, but it looks very cool. d2c66b5586