Monthly Archives August 2010

Reason ReWired to Reaper – Midi to Reason and Audio back to Reaper | ReWire | Track Template

Category: Tutorials

Learn to setup Reason with ReWire into Reaper…. This will get you setup to do 2 things.. Record Midi in Reaper, play it through Reason, and then mix the audio on separate tracks in Reaper… Or… Sequence beats and patterns in Reason and mix them in Reaper… or a combination of both.

Thanks for the help Zee.

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Looking for a Kick Drum Mic? | AKG D112 will do the job!

Category: Suggested Buys

Hey everyone! I’ve been doing more and more live audio lately and the AKG D112has been my mic of choice.  Its only about $250 and it gives you all the punch, attack and depth that you would expect from a kick drum.  Although I’ve been using it for live audio, it would be a great mic to start using as an alternative to my favorite combo setup, which is the Sennheiser MD421 on the inside and EV RE-20 on the outside.

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Addictive Drums in Reaper – Record Multichannel Audio | Live Audio Output Via MIDI Input | RussUK Reaper-blog.com

Category: Tutorials

Learn to route audio out of Addictive Drums and use them to either, mix tracks individually, render audio tracks separately so you can disable AD once finished, or record Live Drums to audio tracks via via MIDI input performance .

Requested by RussUK  from the Reaper Forums and http://www.Reaper-Blog.com

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Looking for a great live and starter studio vocal mic? Shure Beta 87A

Category: Suggested Buys

Recently I’ve been having a lot of experience with the Shure Beta 87A.  The venue that I book shows at and run sound for have this as one of their main microphones.  If you haven’t used one I’d highly recommend this for your main vocal mic for a project studio.  It is probably the only “live” mics for vocals that I would recommend for studio use(except for an Shure SM58 for screamers).

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Mixing and Bounce Help – Envelopes | Draw Automations | Normalize | Manual Leveling | Volume and Pan | Render Ready For CD

Category: Tutorials

Learn the basics of Reapers Envelope system for Volume and Pan… Just enough to get your feet wet so you can do some experimentation.  Also, see how to render your song so that its ready to burn to a CD.

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