Take System Basics – Record Selected Area | Audio Compilation | Vocal Compilation

Category: Tutorials

Learn how to use the basic functions of the Reaper “Take” system.  You will see how to Record, Comp, and Edit.  I show you how to make sure you use the “Record Selection” option so that you have cleaner “Takes” experience.

4 comments to Take System Basics – Record Selected Area | Audio Compilation | Vocal Compilation

  • Kris  says:

    Thanks for the tutorial, I have a question:
    how do you record multiple takes of multitrack drums and comp the takes? The toogle for the takes only works for one track at a time. The tracks need to be linked BD, Sn, OH and so on. So far its been a mess with reaper…

    • JonnyGinese JonnyGinese  says:

      After your fist take of drums… highlight all the recorded regions and press “g”.

      Your following takes will be grouped and if you change 1 track the all change.

  • klagga  says:

    The background music is plain torture.

    • JonnyGinese JonnyGinese  says:

      Thats why all new tutorials and the DVD don’t have BG music. lol. Sorry!

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