I agree with Big Jim here. The recording and mixing quality is pretty good here. Now reaper and logic probably have better plugins available for final shaping of the sounds -- but the percentage of improvement might be not be that big.

If you want to get that pro studio sound, then you need the room treatment, the monitors, the hardware, the plugins, the expertise that the pros have. At the moment, there is no way to tell if your recording environment/techniques are holding you back from getting you the sound you want -- or it is in the mixing and post production.

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