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Revision as of 04:08, 19 October 2017

The Reaper Accessibility Wiki

REAPER is a complete digital audio production application for Windows and Mac OS X, offering a full multitrack audio and MIDI recording, editing, processing, mixing and mastering toolset. This wiki provides information for blind Reaper users. Whether you're a musician, songwriter, podcaster or audio/video editor, Reaper can more than serve your needs.

To start, you may wish to read how to download and install Reaper, Osara and SWS. You can also checkout these useful links and resources.

Also, we are starting to make accessible and adapt the official reaper user guide, right here in this wiki

Below is a contents section listing all current Reaper Accessibility articles on this site

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