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Question: What inspire you to name your company as 'Cockos' and your DAW's name as 'REAPER'? Also a weird question - Why REAPER doesn't get install in Windows like this - "C:/Program Files/Cockos/REAPER" ?? Instead, REAPER folder directly goes inside Program Files folder. Whereas other companies, lets say Adobe. Their softwares (like Photoshop) goes inside 'Adobe' folder.
Asked by Abhi (117.97.128.x) on March 6 2020, 6:22am
Reply on March 6 2020, 10:30pm:
    You can search for the origin story of Cockos here. REAPER is about reaping the result of your recordings. And there's little point to Program FilesCockos since REAPER is usually the only thing in there. Maybe LICEcap but meh

  • Posted by Abhi (117.234.207.x) on March 7 2020, 3:25am:
    Yes, LICEcap is really a good little tool. I use it very much to capture quick gifs. It's very very helpful. And also PathSync for syncing folders between my laptop and phone. So I use three Cockos softwares, these two and REAPER. So really, it make sense to install all these softwares inside 'Cockos' folder in Program Files :) maybe who knows, in future, you will develop more useful tools/softwares? Yup, your softwares should be inside Cockos folder.

  • Posted by Justin on March 7 2020, 1:34pm:

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