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Question: If you compare the past and present, how has the process of making software known worldwide changed? Winamp was known worldwide back then. Did it work by word of mouth? And has that changed with Reaper? Greetings
Asked by Stefan (84.160.46.x) on March 6 2024, 9:15am
Reply on March 6 2024, 6:55pm:
    Hard to say, I think good stuff spreads by word of mouth, just takes time. REAPER's userbase has grown a lot more slowly than Winamp's did, probably because it has taken a lot longer to develop, came to a market that was both a lot smaller and already very full of other DAWs. If you make a great app that does something new that a lot of people want to do, I imagine it won't take long to find a lot of users.

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