Old 02-24-2012, 01:53 AM   #1
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How Do I add an effect on a part of a track in Reaper?

Like this in Studio One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wf0eOhWWbwI
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Old 02-24-2012, 03:56 AM   #2
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How Do I add an effect on a part of a track in Reaper?

Like this in Studio One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wf0eOhWWbwI
Replace the word "event" with the word "item" in the video, and it's almost identical. Split your item so just the part you want to add effects to is separated, then click the little "FX" button on that item itself. (not on the track). If you don't see a little "FX" button, go to Prefs/Appearance/Media and make sure you've got the appropriate media item buttons turned on.

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5.10Per Item FX
REAPER allows you to apply FX not only to individual tracks but also to individual media items within a track. Suppose, for example, that you wish to add an effect (such as reverb or delay) to just part of a track. You can split the track media into several items and apply the effect only to those items where it is wanted. If you have selected the option to display the FX and No FX item icons (Options, Preferences, Appearance, Media) you can click on any item's FX button to open its FX window. This topic will be explained in more detail in Chapter 6. Otherwise you can select a media item and use the default keyboard shortcut Shift E.
To add a plug-in to an individual media item, follow this sequence:
Select the Media Item.
Click on the FX button or press Shift E to display the item FX Chain. The Add FX to Item window will be displayed.
Double-click on the Plug-In.
Adjust the parameters.
Close the FX Window.
If you find this method too “fussy” then try this. You can simply drag and drop any FX from the FX Browser window straight on to any media item. You can drop the FX anywhere on the item. When FX have been added to an item, then the FX names will be displayed in arrange view together with the item name (see above).
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