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Question: Is it a good choice to buy a hard copy of REAPER manual? It always get updates. If I buy it now, there won't be any new features in my physical copy. Whereas digital one always get updates. But reading a physical book is much better than digital one. I am so confused. I want to learn about REAPER as much as I can do. Unfortunately, can't compete you or Schwa XD
Asked by Abhi (182.64.64.x) on March 16 2020, 3:25pm
Reply on March 16 2020, 4:37pm:
    Up to you! If it goes out of date it usually is still quite helpful.


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  • Posted by Abhi (117.234.163.x) on March 17 2020, 4:16am:
    Yeah, you are right. For new features, YouTube is there anyway. For core REAPER features, a current physical manual is enough. It's good to have a physical copy of a manual for stuffs you do most of your time.


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