I used to use Logic for about 8 years before it went mac only, then changed to Cubase. I used REAPER to do all my stage backtracks which were, back then, mainly General Midi, which it handled pretty well and it really has come on to become a good backup for me, particularly when I have had to do live recordings and don't want to unplug the dongle(cos I'm stupid and will lose it!!), I just dow the multitrack recordiung and drag them into Cubase for editing and mixing. so....REAPER is my second DAW, but a distant second to Cubase which I use every day.
Entertainer | Musician | Producercricket@iafrica.com
Computer i7 3 Ghz CPU, Intel Mobo, DX58SO, 12Gig DDR1600 RAM, System Drive 64 Gig SSD + 4 x 1TB recording and sample drives.
Software: Win7 64Bit, Cubase 8, NI Komplete, UAD, Waves, and various other plugs
Interface: Steinberg UR824 with Focusrite Octopre, Steinberg CI1 on spare machine
M-Audio Keystation Pro88 Controller
Rule 1: Have Fun! Rule 2: It's Not Serious! Rule 3: When in doubt refer to Rule 1!!