Old 03-20-2011, 08:55 AM   #1
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Default TutorialsForReaper.com

Hey all,

I've been held off posting an article on the forums like this... but a lot of people said I should just do it.

I've had my site up for awhile now... about 20 or so videos up for free and a recent release of a DVD for sale.

Http://TutorialsForReaper.com
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My Current Web Videos:

1. Basic Overview – Save Session | Default Setup | Record Audio | Simple Effects
2. Audio Interface with Asio4All – Latency | Monitoring | Buffer Settings
3. Changing Reapers Theme – Download | Extract | Menu Options
4. Customize Menus – Basics of menu alterations | Export/Import | TCP | Mixer
5. File Structure – Organize Audio | Setup Back-up Folders | Session Directory
6. Elastic Audio in Reaper – Stretch audio | Warp Audio Like Pro Tools | Sync Vocals | Align Audio
7. Audio Import, Track Organization – Large Audio import | Track Organization With Folders | Color Code Groups
8. FX Menus and Simple Sends Routing – Quick Add FX | AcmeBarGig | Density MKII | FX Chains
9. Split/Slip Editing – Edit Drums Manual | Faster than Pro Tools | Better than Beat Detective | Gofer KeyMap | SWS Extensions
10. Take System Basics – Record Selected Area | Audio Compilation | Vocal Compilation
11. Live/Multi-track Recording or Mixing – Full Band Recording | Multi-Tracking | Live Sound | Record Your Show
12. Drums as Click – GTG Synth Drums | Midi Drums as Click | Basic Beat Creation
13. Midi Routing – Kontakt 4 | Route Midi to VSTi and Back to Separate Audio Tracks | Render Each Instrument Properly
14. Mixing and Bounce Help – Envelopes | Draw Automations | Normalize | Manual Leveling | Volume and Pan | Render Ready For CD
15. Addictive Drums in Reaper – Record Multichannel Audio | Live Audio Output Via MIDI Input
16. Reason ReWired to Reaper – Midi to Reason and Audio back to Reaper | ReWire | Track Template
17. Vocals with Reverb - Direct Monitoring or Software Monitoring
18. Tune Vocals with ReaTune - Manual Mode | Create Harmonies | Reaper Built-In Plugin
19. Drum Rescue - Re-Sample Drums | ReaGate as MIDI Trigger | Audio to Midi drums
20. Reverse Reverb on Vocals - Reverse item in take | m30 TC Reverb
21. Side Chain - ReaComp | ReaGate | Synth Groove | Drum Controlled Instruments
22. Kick Fatten | Thin Kick | Tone Generator | ReaGate
23. Audio Loops in Reaper | Similar to Sony Acid | Drag and Drop | Regions | Arrange music
24. Consolidate/Export files | Prepare files for Mixing | Bring Files To Another Studio
25. Basic MIDI | Midi Items | Piano Roll | Loop and Copy
26. Steven Slate Drums 3.5 | Kontakt Routing | Track Template | Multi-Out Routing
27. Multi-Docker | Screen sets | Workflow | Reaper 4
28. Mouse Modifiers | Workflow | One-Handed Editing | Reaper 4

Purchase Videos 1-28 Here for only $19.99 *SALE FOR $5.99*
Each video will be posted separately as well for only $0.99 each in the future.

I will add to the list as I add videos.
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My Current Video Series'(s) offered:

Real World Recording w/Reaper

Which brings you through a full production of an all audio song. The teaching methods of this video are the same as the videos on TutorialsForReapr.com.

The videos included areas follows: (~4.5hrs)

Preface Videos

1. Installing SWS extensions, Setup Macro, Copy Pre-Sets.
2. Setting up headphone and reverb sends for software monitoring solutions.

Real World Recording w/Reaper

1. Intro to the tools we will be using.
2. Setup Tempo, Scratch tracking/editing.
3. Drum Tracking/Editing and Bass Tracking/Editing.
4. Keyboard, GTR, and AC Tracking and Editing.
5. Vocal Tracking/Comping.
6. Vocal Tuning and Harmony creation.
7. Mixing - Applying FX and getting balance.
8. Mixing - Automations and Envelopes.
9. Mastering - Importing rendered tracks, useing the plugins, getting the right volume, and burning your music with Reaper.

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Old 03-20-2011, 10:57 AM   #2
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Great job, Jonny. Should be a sticky.
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Old 03-20-2011, 06:53 PM   #3
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Post 666.... nice!

Sticky for sheezie.
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Old 03-20-2011, 07:11 PM   #4
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Hey good work man, would like to see some tutorials about saturation/warmth plugs etc..
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Old 03-20-2011, 07:29 PM   #5
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Hey good work man, would like to see some tutorials about saturation/warmth plugs etc..
Hmmm... I'll look into this.. I like to find free plugins so that everyone has access to them.

I'll try browsing the JS plugins.
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Old 03-20-2011, 08:05 PM   #6
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Nice! A one stop Reaper learning place. Very well done.
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Old 03-20-2011, 08:43 PM   #7
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These are very cool, and I'll be checking some of these out later. Thanks for doing this and sharing.
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Old 03-22-2011, 05:37 PM   #8
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Well done! I just watched two and plan to watch more. Great topics and interesting to watch!!!!


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I recently bought the "Real World Recording" DVD for Reaper, and have watched it all the way thru today. Besides a few volume level problems between the sections, I have to say that this is WELL worth the money!
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Thanks for all the kind words.

Smurf - I took a look the Mastering video you mentioned you were having issues I'll fix it and send it out to all customers. Thanks for the heads up.
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This sounds great Jon, you are Very Welcome!

And folks, did I mention the customer service is A+?!
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This sounds great Jon, you are Very Welcome!

And folks, did I mention the customer service is A+?!
P.s. video is fixed ... just trying to figure out the best way to distribute it...
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Old 05-10-2011, 03:47 PM   #13
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Very helpful videos - thanks! After learning how to change the theme in Reaper v3.76 I can now see what I'm doing Looking forward to working my way through the rest of them...
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Old 05-10-2011, 03:51 PM   #14
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Just got the DVD in the mail today.... great stuff indeed!
It's nice to have it on DVD to see the tutorials in a more
continuous sort of way.

Great work. Well worth the money for the "paid version" It's
IMO MUCH better than the "free versions" - much more detail and
much more "work flow oriented" as a whole.

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New Video: Audio Loops in Reaper | Similar to Sony Acid | Drag and Drop | Regions | Arrange music

I received a request a few days ago about working with audio loops in Reaper. The request was specifically asking if this could be done similarly to Sony Acid… SO I did some research. I wasn’t familiar with Sony Acid… but I watch a couple tutorial videos dealing with Audio loops and now I present you a video dealing with audio loops in Reaper.

What you will need: Reaper, Audio Loops, a slightly creative mind.

What you will learn: Media Browser navigation, Drag and Drop loops into a session, Region creation for musical arrangements
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Thanks for this Johnny.

Nicely done. Clear and concise as usual.
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Old 05-15-2011, 09:46 PM   #17
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Just finished the "real world recording' DVD from Jonny at TutorialsForReaper and thought I'd add a public thanks and endorsement.

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I came across this from the range of you Tube Vids Jon continues to offer up, downloaded and found really useful and as you can see, keep on coming!

Meanwhile, the DVD is not a collection of these short examples but as the title suggests 'real world recording' taking a song from a scratch guitar and vocal all the way through the editing and mixing to mastering and burning the CD in reaper and using all reaper plugins and such.

Included are a bunch off tools and extensions, FX chains and the "Apollo" theme used or where and how to download them, what they do and introducing these features too and how they can be used...especially in editing timing and tuning.

There is a lot of material in this DVDrom in part because it gives a "real world" view of how these things are done, decisions are made and acted on and why. This means having to see the entire track editing, not just a simple 'slice here like this, move over and repeat' and moving on...you are taken through every cut that is in the hundreds reinforcing what is really involved and really helping you get a feel for things as they really are....meticulous and repetitive in parts. One could 'fast forward if one chose to, but I wouldn't and I was not bored.

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Obviously not everything is covered. Little if anything is done with MIDI that I use a lot and is of particular interest, but still all the editing and such is relevant when one considers that in the end, even midi, eventually becomes audio and needs to be treated as such. More on Midi will come I am sure and R4 will change a few things it seems so happy to wait on some of that.

One thing to consider with Midi is that in some ways it does cross over to the artist side of things than the production in many ways. Reaper does not come with a lot of VSTi's and each of us likely use midi in radially different ways.

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In the meantime, it has encouraged me to look at things differently and the fastest way I can think of to get a real feel for the practicalities of doing things over just 'knowing the program'...

Ok...so again, thanks Jonny, keep them coming and I'd encourage people, especially newbies to reaper like me, to at least check out the shorter YT vids and consider if this tool for learning the essentials and 'real world processes' of production is for you.
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Producing MIDI in Reaper! *PRE-ORDER and RAFFLE of Sample-Tank 2.5 XL!* *BUY NOW*

You may or may not know that we are about to launch our next product which will be "Producing MIDI in Reaper". The Release date will be March 1st which is the 1 yr anniversary of our first product "Real World Recording w/Reaper". Along with this pre-order you will be entered into a raffle to win SampleTank 2.5 XL from IK MultiMedia which is a VSTi instrument package with about 30GBs of sounds. Below is the post I've made on the Reaper Forums and TutorialsForReaper.com just in case you missed it.

Pre -Order Now for ONLY $34.99 to enter the Raffle to win Sample-Tank 2.5 XL!

Why would you pre-order instead of waiting till the video series comes out?
1. Tutorials For Reaper will be raffling off a license for IK Multimedia’s Sample Tank 2.5 XL which includes over 30GBs of samples and VSTi instruments which has a $229 value!
2. I can get a read on the interest for the product for future projects.
3. Help support Tutorials For Reaper

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What’s in the Video Series?
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Pre-face videos
1. Install of SWS extensions, Make Menu's for easier editing
2. Install Sample-Tank 2.5 Free and SSO for SampleTank and make templates for future sessions.
3. Setup M-Audio MIDI keyboard with Midi and proper buffer for performance.

Genre and beat formulas

1. Hip-Hop
2. R&B
3. Rap (East Coast, Dirty South)
4. Orchestra Use with SSO

Midi Production

1. Recording on a Midi track
2. Midi Record and editing screen-sets
3. Input selection
4. Record Quantized
5. SWS Grooves, usage and creation

Recording Midi Drums with a keyboard

1. Step Recording
2. Midi Editing with Drum mode and GM drum labels
3. Quantization options and grooves

Recording instruments(with and w/o record quantize)

1. Loop recording
2. Midi Editor and Piano roll
3. Quantization, humanization and grooves.

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What else will we cover?
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- Three different songs will be created with the above steps for the genre’s listed!

- How to Create a good hooks for each song will also be covered.

- How to record vocals for a hook for the genre’s listed listed

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What else is Included?
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- FX Chains for Vocals and instruments will be created and and included.

- Session files with full midi production files – Royalty Free

- When you order a product from TutorialsForReaper.com you will also get phone and email support from Jonny Ginese!

**Customers should know how to use a keyboard, mouse and have the ability to navigate Reaper before purchase.

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Pre -Order Now for ONLY $34.99 to enter the Raffle to win Sample-Tank 2.5 XL!
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Old 02-29-2012, 10:39 AM   #19
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Producing MIDI in Reaper! *BUY NOW*

We are proud to announce that Producing MIDI in Reaper is available for purchase! For more info click below. To buy now click buy now! :-)

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Any deals if I want to order this new video AND real world recording video?
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I will be putting together some packages in the next few days like that.
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Any updates on a bundle deal?
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Here is the link to the Bundled Digital DL package for $59.99. which is a $10 discount.

*DIGITAL DL BUNDLE* Producing MIDI and Real World Recording w/Reaper

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I'm running a poll right now on the website to see what people wn to see next as an online series. 3 choices!

Check it out! http://tutorialsforreaper.com/
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HI, loving your tutorials.

I have a problem with the slip editing function you explain. I set up alt-s like you, and it splits fine, however while continuing to hold alt and try to reposition audio, I have a different tool appear, looks like two hands pulling each other, and the audio does not move like in your video. Any idea what I may be doing wrong? I have the newest reaper, 64 bit and the 64 bit sws extensions as well. I'm hoping to save a bass guitar track with this method.

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HI, loving your tutorials.

I have a problem with the slip editing function you explain. I set up alt-s like you, and it splits fine, however while continuing to hold alt and try to reposition audio, I have a different tool appear, looks like two hands pulling each other, and the audio does not move like in your video. Any idea what I may be doing wrong? I have the newest reaper, 64 bit and the 64 bit sws extensions as well. I'm hoping to save a bass guitar track with this method.

Thanks, Vaughn
Hmm. Holding alt and left clicking dragging a media item should move media content by default. Maybe it got unassigned while you were assigning the alt+s command. Make sure you are clicking and dragging a the contents of the media item and not the edge. The edge will stretch the audio and look like a hand.

Even though you can edit bass with this macro its really intended for drums. If you want to use it you will probably need to stretch some of the audio.
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I have the option to pick either Direct Sound or Wave Out in my preferences. I played around with the buffer and sample rate a little and now I dont know what it was originally set at. Im not too familiar with the preference settings and any help would be appreciated alot. I tried downloading asio4all as well like you had demonstrated in your tutorial video but when I lowered the buffer even slightly it clicked and popped. Same when I had it all the way up which led me to believe it was my cpu possibly and maybe needed an upgrade.
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I have the option to pick either Direct Sound or Wave Out in my preferences. I played around with the buffer and sample rate a little and now I dont know what it was originally set at. Im not too familiar with the preference settings and any help would be appreciated alot. I tried downloading asio4all as well like you had demonstrated in your tutorial video but when I lowered the buffer even slightly it clicked and popped. Same when I had it all the way up which led me to believe it was my cpu possibly and maybe needed an upgrade.
The best thing to do is start with 512 Samples, and move it down (testing each move with a sustained sound ,like strings) until you first hear a pop, then movei it back up one notch.
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So, I think I may be ready to pay for some Reaper Tutorials, if I think they'll teach me what I've been struggling to learn. Specifically, I want to know how to do progressive trance builds & breakdowns -- the rising pitches, the varying speeds, the white noise sweeps, etc. Mostly I'd describe these as atonal or non-harmonic or non-melodic sort of effects, as opposed to the chords, arpeggios, lead melodies, melodic embellishments, that define the key, the harmonies, etc. I feel pretty good at making melodies & harmonies & bass lines and even drum lines. It's those other effects, whether it's white notice, or a rising buzz sound that seems to pass through 2-3 octaves, or maybe a pulsing sort of zup-zup-zup...well, the precise stuff is different depending on the song at issue. I have read people talk about white noise sweeps or pitch risers or whatever, but I don't seem to find any FX that do that, so it seems there is not a single plug in that does each of these things, but rather you have to start off with a particular sound effect and then use functions like automation or sends from one track to another or envelopes or whatever...these are things I don't really understand.

Sorry for the long intro. I guess my question is actually kind of simple: Are there any tutorials that would seem to take some one very ignorant in using any advanced Reaper / sound production functions, and will show how to use that stuff SPECIFICALLY to do trance or electronica type atonal effects? The free Reaper tutorials I've found on YouTube seem almost entirely on other topics like recording guitar, getting phatter bass line, making beats, etc., none (or not enough) are really on point with what I want to learn. And I'm now desperate enough to pay to learn.
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Maybe Johnny can chime in.
I found his tuts very good.
I wonder if he will be releasing new tuts, cause it has been awhile :0)

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Alright everyone... I'm breaking the silence. I'm gearing up to revamp my site and start posting new videos. I've missed you guys and I'm excited to get involved again.

After a new house and new born baby... Its Reaper time. :-)
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After a new house and new born baby... Its Reaper time. :-)
Cool! Congrats on the new house and baby! Say "goodbye" to sleep...
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