Audio editing for podcasts: old-school (Audacity) or new hotness (Reaper)?
I had lunch with a friend yesterday who's a part-time musician, and he mentioned the audio program Reaper to me. From what he said and what I've seen online so far, Reaper does seem to be quite a bit better than Audacity - but is it better in a way that would help with making a technically relatively modest podcast (two people recorded separately, Snowball mics) sound notably better as well? Or would it be overkill to go Reaper?
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