REAPER seems to be more fair than energyXT:
"REAPER is available for download without technological limitations for
evaluation purposes. Once you have evaluated REAPER, you should purchase
[...] for users who wish to use REAPER only for non-commercial use we
offer reduced price licensing for $50.00 USD."
50,- USD are payable and it can be tested for free WITHOUT limitations.
A lot of people aren't fine with Microsoft, but they also aren't fine
with the free Linux audio applications. A howto build wineasio for
64-bit for the forum would be fine.
I still have to fix my broken 64 Studio, but I will try to build
wineasio(x)myself and if it works write a howto, I think I can puzzle
the way by reading the mails again. It would be nice if you can write a
howto ... if you have the time to do this
... because you got it
I think Linux needs alternatives for audio software and if an
application like REAPER can be used together with free Linux stuff, this
will be an advantage for Linux.
I don't know REAPER, but I will take a look at it, something that's
impossible for energyXT.
What CPU are you using and how much RAM do you have for the Linux using
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