REAPER is a professional Digital Audio Workstation (DAW).
If you're unfamiliar with the jargon, essentially this means that the program is a high-end and very configurable digital recording studio. You can import any audio or MIDI source, maybe plug in a microphone to record something, then loop, pitch shift, trim, time stretch, fade and otherwise edit your work until you're happy.
REAPER is able to map control surfaces (even game controllers) to faders, plug-in controls, REAPER actions and more, helping you to create a working environment that works just the way you expect.
Need more? The program supports all the major audio and MIDI plugin standards: VST, VSTi, DX, DXi, JS, and AU (the latter being OSX only), and so can be extended in just about any direction you like.
And all this comes at a surprisingly reasonable price, for the DAW market at least: if you're happy with the trial version then REAPER can be yours from $60. See the REAPER site for more.
? search for ffmpeg binaries in appdata:UserPlugins\64 on win64 (allowing separate 32 and 64 bit installs)
? section sources are supported for determining video frame
? track FX envelopes read unarmed automation in write mode .
? Arm buttons display a 'pushed' state regardless of the automation mode
? Fixed contextual key shortcuts not passing through some windows (copy, paste, delete, etc)
? added 'Backspace' default key shortcut to delete things in managers, project bay, etc
? fixed hangs when changing playrate while paused .
? small optimization to sends/PDC related code
• Project bay:
? if moving files fails, fall back to copying them (and trying to delete)
? show copy status window when copying files
? show errors when renaming/copying files
• Ripple edit:
? action 'Options: Ripple editing: Per-track/All tracks' reports a toggle state
? better behavior moving/pasting/removing items with later locked items
? option for how to handle locked items (prefs/editing behavior/ripple editing)
• ReaSurround: recalculate channel outputs when automating speaker gain .
• Undo: action 'Master Track: Toggle stereo/mono' creates an undo point .