Old 08-13-2015, 02:39 AM   #41
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Hey Psmeg have you seen this?
http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=164871

Might be just up your alley ....
Cheers for the heads up Nicholas; I'll have a look into it. Seems an intersting prospect ;0)
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Old 08-13-2015, 04:22 PM   #42
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Whoa! Busy day today... another new tutorial has been added to the YouTube Channel and the ReaperTV website (www.reapertv.co.uk)

Reaper Tutorial: Dynamic Split to Midi (Drum Replacement)

Dynamic Split to Midi is a fantastic method of drum replacement and automates the entire process. This video takes you step-by-step through the process of augmenting your live drums with high quality midi replacements.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9bZiTYHzng

Please like and Subscribe to the YT Channel to be kept up to date with all the new content as it's added. :0)

I hope you all enjoy the tutorial and find something useful in it.

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Hi all,

I hope everyone's having a great weekend.

Just a quick post to say that part 2 of the Intro to Mixing series has been uploaded to my YouTube Channel and website (www.reapertv.co.uk).

Reaper Tutorial: Introduction to Mixing Part 2

Introduction to Mixing with Reaper DAW - Part 2 - Bass. Learn how to make your rock bass kick ass!

This video introduces the basics of mixing bass guitar using Cockos Reaper and concentrates on the basics of mixing rock / metal.

Using stock Reaper plug-ins, the video looks at the usage of ReaEQ and ReaComp.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bob7a__nwqo

I hope you enjoy it and find it useful. If you do, please like, subscribe and share. :0)

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Old 08-17-2015, 03:42 PM   #44
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Hey all,

The latest Reaper Quick Tips video has been uploaded to my YouTube Channel and website. This one covers:

Reaper Quick Tips: Show / Hide Parent Tracks in MCP

This quick tip shows you how to streamline your Mixer Panel on complex projects by quickly showing and hiding child tracks.

Get your complex projects under control with a clean, easy to use interface.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lrc2u_oi1d0

or

http://reapertv.co.uk/reaper-quick-t...tracks-in-mcp/

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It's REAPER Friday again :0)

That means there's a new tutorial up on my YouTube Channel.

Reaper Tutorial: Dynamic Split - Samples (Drum Replacement)

Dynamic Split using samples is a fantastic method of drum replacement and automates the entire process.

This video takes you step-by-step through the process of augmenting your live drums with high quality drum samples.

This is a great way of augmenting your live drums and will allow you to shape the sound with flexibility and ease.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UllTWTAh4LE

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Also, check out www.reapertv.co.uk :0)

Until next week, happy recording.
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Old 08-28-2015, 04:01 PM   #46
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It's FRIDAY!!!

That means there's a new tutorial on the RepaerTV channel.

Reaper Tutorial: Re-Mapping EZ Drummer 2's Drums

EZ Drummer 2 from Toontrack is a fantastic VST, but you need to remap all the channels to get the best layout for your recording and mixing.

In this video I show you how to remap the 16 channels to allow for a more flexible method of mixing your drum tracks.

Learn how to edit and adjust the entire signal chain using Reaper (the basic technique will work with almost any DAW).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHl2jd278Po
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Old 08-29-2015, 12:37 AM   #47
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Fantastic, thanks mate!!
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Fantastic, thanks mate!!
My pleasure :0)
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Old 09-02-2015, 01:00 AM   #49
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Paul, these are great!
Many thanks for taking the time to put them together.
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Old 09-11-2015, 02:42 PM   #50
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Paul, these are great!
Many thanks for taking the time to put them together.
It's my pleasure - they are a lot of fun to create.
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Old 09-11-2015, 02:46 PM   #51
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Evening all,

Today's new video for Reaper shows you how to assign FX Parameters to your tracks and then link them to a control surface (you can ignore this step if you don't use one).

Reaper Tutorial: User Assigned FX Parameters

Learn how to assign individual FX Parameters to their tracks and control them via either the mouse or through your control surface via MIDI Learn in Cockos Reaper.

A great way of accessing your most used parameters on a track without having to rely on going back to the actual FX / VSTi interface.

This method helps streamline and speed up your workflow as well as allowing you to customise the Track Control Panel to your own preferences.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR2pZ1wiV3w

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Until next week, happy mixing!

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Old 09-16-2015, 02:17 PM   #52
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Happy hump day,

To help make it a little less of a chore, here's a little Quick Tip Video for you.

Reaper Quick Tips: Toggle Automation

Automation in Cockos Reaper is a powerful tool, but with everything else on display it can clutter your Track Control Panel (TCP) and become overwhelming.

This simple tip will show you how to quickly add a custom button to your toolbar to toggle your Automation lanes on and off in double quick time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzBNRdpRjoE

Until Friday when part 2 of the FX Parameters tutorial is uploaded, happy mixing!
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It's Quick Tips Tuesday again and this weeks tip covers the use of Smart Folders in Reaper 5.

Reaper Quick Tips: Smart Folders

A Quick Tip for Cockos Reaper DAW on organizing your FX, VST's, scripts and more using Smart Folders.

Drastically speed up finding the FX you're looking for with this intuitive and powerful method of organization.

Use simple conditional logic to include / exclude any FX you want without wasting time dragging and dropping them.

https://youtu.be/EF3cSBz7t_8

Until Friday's full tutorial, happy mixing :0)
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Thanks Psmeg, I hadn't gotten into that yet so it's a good thing to know.
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Thanks Psmeg, I hadn't gotten into that yet so it's a good thing to know.
No worries Tod, glad you found the tutorial useful :0)
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Whoohoo! It's Friday and that means it's new Reaper Tutorial day over at ReaperTV (that's a lot of Reapers!).

Reaper Tutorial: FX Automation (LoFi)

This video covers the use of Cockos Reapers Automation functions to control the wet & dry mix of a Lo-Fi effect during playback.

You'll learn how to implement Automation, control it's effect and specify what parameters are manipulated.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0-4Tt3aTBE

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I watched your very interesting video's about gainstaging. So I immediately made a base FX chain for each new track with this plugin. I installed the parameter Max Volume at -18 db as you told. But here's the problem: when I insert a wave file in to the track, the music sounds terribly distorted like as if I added a limiter with stupid values. I tried both versions of Reaper that I have: one installed v4.78 and one portable v5.01. Both had the same problem of completely distorted sounds.
What can I possibly have done wrong?
Hope you can advise me what to do.
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Hi Paul99,

I'm not sure why you're getting distorted tracks when using WAV files with the volume control. I'll have a look when I get back later and do some tests to see if I can replicate the issue you're experiencing :0)
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I watched your very interesting video's about gainstaging. So I immediately made a base FX chain for each new track with this plugin. I installed the parameter Max Volume at -18 db as you told. But here's the problem: when I insert a wave file in to the track, the music sounds terribly distorted like as if I added a limiter with stupid values. I tried both versions of Reaper that I have: one installed v4.78 and one portable v5.01. Both had the same problem of completely distorted sounds.
What can I possibly have done wrong?
Hope you can advise me what to do.
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Are you using the Max Volume or Adjustment setting?

I tend to find that using the Max Volume can cause some nasty distortion, whereas the Adjustment is much smoother.
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Old 09-29-2015, 11:59 AM   #61
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It's Tuesday and that means it's Quick Tips Tuesday.

This weeks tip focuses on FX Chains.

Reaper Quick Tips: Creating FX Chains

Cockos Reaper provides a quick and easy way of applying multiple FX (FX Chains) to your tracks by saving them as a group. You can also apply these FX Chains to new tracks as default to speed up your workflow.

This tutorial from ReaperTV guides you through the entire process.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xldCG4h3vbo

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Are you using the Max Volume or Adjustment setting?

I tend to find that using the Max Volume can cause some nasty distortion, whereas the Adjustment is much smoother.
I thought I understood from your video that it was the smartest and easiest to use the Max Volume because each track would have a different volume. So adjustment must be done for each track and with Max Vol = -18 db it would be the most convenient way? So I guess then it must be done track by track? Or is there an other plugin that does the trick?
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Looking into your problem a little deeper it would appear that using the max volume alone to reduce too much of the track level will result in an 'overloading' and this can cause distortion if pushed too hard.

What I find is that a mix of max volume to reduce the overall amount by a given amount (until you hear it distort) then add in the additional adjustment using the Adjustment slider.

So, for example, if you can use the Max Volume to get to -14db before breakup, you can add in the additional -4 db via the Adjustment slider and you should suffer no additional distortion.

Quirky, but this seems to be the way that the JS Volume plug-in works.
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Yeah, that is quite strange isn't it? It's a Volume plugin that acts as if it is a distorted limiter. A Volume plugin disguised as distortion.....quite early this year for Halloween...;-)
Anyway thanks for helping me clarify this and keep up the good work with your video's!
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Yeah, that is quite strange isn't it? It's a Volume plugin that acts as if it is a distorted limiter. A Volume plugin disguised as distortion.....quite early this year for Halloween...;-)
Anyway thanks for helping me clarify this and keep up the good work with your video's!
I agree, it is a bit of an odd one. Maybe it's emulating an analogue effect that breaks up under heavy usage.
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Whoohoo, it's Friday!

That means 2 things... it's the weekend and its Reaper Friday over at ReaperTV.

This weeks tutorial is:

Automating Multiple FX Parameters

This video tutorial for Cockos Reaper DAW shows you how to record you FX Automation (single or multiple FX parameters) using a control surface. If you don't have a control surface, you can manually draw in your desired automation.

Creating sweeping pans, volume swells, adjust any FX parameter, EQ, compression and so much more with this technique.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EdKkFbYxXM

As always, I hope you enjoy the tutorial and please subscribe to the [b]ReaperTV[/b[]channel.

Until next week, happy mixing!
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It's Tuesday and time for another Reaper Quick Tips.

Reaper Quick Tips - Split Item Under Cursor

In this weeks tutorial we look at how to speed up the process of slicing your audio using the Split Item Under Cursor function and a custom toolbar icon.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGYHjcLvd3E

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Happy weekend folks,

It's time for another free Reaper tutorial over at ReaperTV. This quick tip covers:

Improve you Stretch Marker workflow

This video shows you how to quickly add in the ability to add stretch markers without the need to use keyboard shortcuts.

Drastically increase your productivity with this invaluable tip on Reaper.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6A8xMu2RhU
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Thank you for this new tip. I hope to learn more from you!
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Thanks for the stretch marker tip. That will speed up my workflow!
Sometimes I like to cut out notes and extend the previous notes for special effects. I use time stretching for that but my previous technique is not as easy as the tip that you showed. Thanks again!
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Thanks for the stretch marker tip. That will speed up my workflow!
Sometimes I like to cut out notes and extend the previous notes for special effects. I use time stretching for that but my previous technique is not as easy as the tip that you showed. Thanks again!
My pleasure, glad the tip has helped you with your workflow :0)
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It's Friday and that means it's new tutorial time over at www.ReaperTV.co.uk.

This weeks tutorial uses a great little JS Script from the Reaper Stash.

Reaper Tutorial: Quick Select Midi Patterns

Creating midi based patterns can be time consuming but with this great free script from the Reaper Stash, you can multi-select midi items based upon simple criteria.

Need to apply accents to various notes in midi? No problem, we can do that. Want to select every 7th note starting with a 1 beat offset? Yup, that can be done to.

This tutorial will show you how easy it is with this cool little script.

Script available here: https://stash.reaper.fm/25039/MIDI%20note%20selector.eel

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It's Friday and that means it's time for a new tutorial over at ReaperTV.

Creative Drum Sequencing with EZ Drummer 2 & Reaper 5

Take your boring drum beats and give them some creative flare! This guide shows you how to take simple 4/4 drum patterns created with Reaper 5 and EZ Drummer 2 from Toontrack and make them way more interesting!

See how some simple techniques can make your boring beats shine!

Quick Select Midi Patterns: http://reapertv.co.uk/reaper-tutoria...midi-patterns/

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Friday's come around so fast.... so here's this weeks new ReaperTV tutorial

Reaper 5.1 - Supercharged Stretch Markers

Cockos Reaper DAW 5.1 has introduced some great new features that make Stretch Markers even more powerful. This video shows you how to use the new supercharged options.

See how to quickly time align your audio as well as add some cool creative effects.

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Thanks and have a great weekend all!
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Friday's come around so fast.... so here's this weeks new ReaperTV tutorial

Reaper 5.1 - Supercharged Stretch Markers

Cockos Reaper DAW 5.1 has introduced some great new features that make Stretch Markers even more powerful. This video shows you how to use the new supercharged options.

See how to quickly time align your audio as well as add some cool creative effects.

https://youtu.be/ToysZKgkEjU
Thanks Psmeg, I kind of missed the updates that concerned the stretch markers, so this gave me a good idea about some of the things I missed.
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Just wanted to say thanks for the great tutorials.
Thank you for sharing your knowledge!



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My pleasure guys, glad you enjoyed the latest updates :0)

Well, here's this weeks tutorial for you. This one goes back to the basics.

Introduction to midi in Reaper DAW

Learn the fundamentals of creating midi tracks in Reaper. Learn how to create midi tracks, add midi instruments & VST's, how to sequence midi, adjust velocity and create multi-channel outputs.

This video focuses on using Toontrack EZ Drummer 2, but the principals apply to any midi instruments.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hxgt2oQeOE

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Have a great weekend all!
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Old 11-29-2015, 01:31 PM   #79
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You make really helpful Reaper tutorials, highly appreciated !

You know that you are quite unique, making Reaper tuts nowadays ?
Besides the great Kenny G with his vids, a weekly fresh Reaper tut of your hands is amazing.
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Thanks, keep them coming because they are always very helpful!
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