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Old 04-29-2019, 06:01 PM   #4
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Have you tried telling REAPER to use Audacity as it's editor? I don't have it installed, but it probably puts the executable in /usr/bin. You could see how it's linked up in the menu editor of what ever distro you use, and then point REAPER to the same place for the primary audio editor.

I would expect that initiating a launch of Audacity from within REAPER would do the same thing as I saw in testing with VLC, prompting if you want to work with the original clip or a copy of it, and then openening it in the other app.
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