Category Tutorials

Mouse Modifiers | Workflow | One-Handed Editing | Reaper 4

Category: Tutorials

What you will need: Reaper 4, An idea of what you need for your workflow… Maybe a Dog.. lol

What you will learn: How to setup simple mouse modifiers that will allow you to edit drums manually with one hand… And probably increase your workflow… or allow you to drink coffee while editing.. :-)

Here is the Xfade macro I use.

My slip editing video will show you how to setup the macro and SWS Extensions.

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Multi-Docker | Screen sets | Workflow | Reaper 4

Category: Tutorials

This tutorial will show you how to setup screensets in Reaper 4.

What you will need: Reaper 4, An idea of what you need for your workflow

What you will learn: How to setup multiple screens sets that will load at the press of a button to increase your workflow.

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Steven Slate Drums 3.5 | Kontakt Routing | Track Template | Multi-Out Routing

Category: Suggested BuysTutorials


 

I’m very excited to have the first video up that involves one of Tutorials For Reaper’s Sponsors! Steven Slate Drums has sponsored us with an EX license so that I could make a video to help the Reaper Community!

What you will need: Steven Slate Drums, Reaper, Kontakt Player(included with SSD) a 10-15 minute attention span.

What you will learn: Steven Slate Drums sound great!, How to route sound out of Kontakt with Steven Slate Drums as the instrument and set it as DEFAULT, How to make a Track Template.

Extra Goodies: My SSD 3.5 Track Template

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Basic MIDI | Midi Items | Piano Roll | Loop and Copy | Time Selection Loop

Category: Tutorials


 

Here is a basic starter for Midi functionality in Reaper.

What you will need: Reaper, VSTi drums or other instrument, semi-creative mind

What you will learn: How to insert a new virtual instrument track, Insert a New Midi Item, edit the midi item, Loop Midi, Copy Midi, Time Select, Loop play.

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Consolidate/Export files | Prepare files for Mixing | Bring Files To Another Studio

Category: Tutorials

This has been requested a few times and I finally got around to recording the video!

What you will need: Reaper, Recorded Audio in your session, Weeded out useless tracks.

What you will learn: How to export audio files from Reaper to individual WAV files so that you can bring them to any studio for Mixing.

 

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