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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by Drew, Dec 4, 2019.
...was released last night. I've barely scratched the surface, but it looks pretty slick.
Coooooooooooool. Will need to look into this. Also, I think my license might not be good for 6 anymore....
Just checked...was on 5.70 and tried it, but apparently I'm done after 5.99....gonna have to read some reviews and see if I need this and then reup my license.
FWIW, my main 3 themes were completely unaffected, so all of your guys' should work as well...
FWIW a license is good for two full release cycles. I bought mine in 3.x and again in 5.x so I was good for 6.x but when we go from 6.99 to 7.x I'll need to buy a new license. If you buy one today, you'll be covered through 7.99 but with the release of 8.0 you'll need a new license. I don't remember how long ago they released 5.0 - google suggests Sept 2015, though, so if you extrapolate forward another 6-7 years of updates for a license bought today seems reasonable.
Oh damn I had no idea this launched, I'm excited to give it a shot tonight.
Interface is a lot cleaner looking and less dated but still looks like Reaper which is nice. I only messed around for a few minutes on my work laptop. Interface looks less like something from 2005 now
Can i update without losing any files or anything bad happening? can i still open my old projects and use my plugins etc without fear or hassle?
Yes, but it's never a bad idea to back your stuff up anyways.
Liking everything so far with the exception of the Pan Knobs. With the new default theme, I need to fully extend the mixer window to show the plugins and sends before the pan knob is visible, and I have like two projects where it doesn't show up at all in the track view (down the left side) no matter how tall/wide I expand the track view. The mixer pan knob thing is consistent on all my projects, but the track pan knob thing is only on a few projects, with no real comment elements I can discern.
As usual, the Reaper blog has a few videos recap of what's new with version 6. I'd start there; there is some neat stuff, but as usual with Reaper you have to know where to find it.
Excellent thanks for the heads up!