Old 02-20-2016, 06:11 AM   #121
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I know, I know, I know... I'm late!

This weeks ReaperTV tutorial is up on the YouTube Channel though :0)

How to Get Awesome Guitar & Amp Tones for Free with Impulse Responses

Creating awesome guitar and amp tones can be expensive, but there are a range of amazing free options available that can sound as good as the commercial versions with some basic knowledge.

This tutorial will show you how to use free Amp Sims, FX Pedals and Impulse Responses to achieve some fantastic guitar tones. While this guide is geared towards rock and metal, you can still get fantastic alternative sounds with some tweaking.

In this tutorial, we use the 8505 from Nick Crow Labs, alongside the fantastic sounding Mercuriall Cab 3.0 and the X50 and TSE808 from TSE Audio.

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I know, I know, I know... I'm late!
Don't do that again, ever....;-)

Thanks. Nice cabinet. Unfortunately the website of Mercuriall has obviously some problems: "Internal Server Error". Maybe try again in a couple of hours.
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Old 02-23-2016, 02:09 AM   #123
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I have a suggestion for your next Reaper video - how to set up Voxengo Span with multiple channels in Reaper. I would love to be able to analyze by kick and bass in Span but the routing is beyond me.
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I have a suggestion for your next Reaper video - how to set up Voxengo Span with multiple channels in Reaper. I would love to be able to analyze by kick and bass in Span but the routing is beyond me.
I would like that very much too!
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Old 02-23-2016, 09:18 AM   #125
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Don't do that again, ever....;-)

Thanks. Nice cabinet. Unfortunately the website of Mercuriall has obviously some problems: "Internal Server Error". Maybe try again in a couple of hours.
I'm sorry! ;0)

Mercuriall is back up online, so grab it while it's hot. There's also another tutorial on using Cab 3 with the E530 and will be up online this week.

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I would like that very much too!
I'm not familiar with it so will need to have a look first. But I'll definately see what I can do :0)

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It's Friday, Wales one the rugby and I'm still meeting this weeks deadline!

Expand Your Mic Options with Mercuriall Tube Amp Ultra 530 & Mercuriall Cab Loader

The Mercuriall Tube Amp Ultra 530 is an awesome amp modeler but only offers 1 microphone option for the cab emulation. This video shows you how to use the free Mercuriall Cab 3 along with Impulse Responses for other cab models to provide additional micing options.

Choose from an SM57, MD421 or 4047 along with mic position and power / dynamics to tailor your sound.

This tutorial will guide you through the process in straightforward, jargon free terms and get you creating amazing guitar tones in next to no time.

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Thanks again, I think very useful for guitar-players.
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Old 03-04-2016, 02:16 PM   #129
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It's THAT time of the week again; time for a new ReaperTV tutorial.

This one is:

How To Export & Consolidate your Midi Tracks in Reaper

Exporting your programmed midi in Cockos Reaper 5 is incredibly easy. You can output your programmed midi as individual files or consolidate them in to one.

Use this method to quickly build up a versatile library of midi grooves and music that you can import into any other midi editing software or to add your compositions and tracks in your home recording studio.

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Old 03-04-2016, 05:05 PM   #130
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Thanks again Paul!
Maybe you could elaborate a bit more on the subject of quantize in Reaper. I was used to queantisation with a hardware sequencer Alesis MMT8 and that worked very intuitive. I am a very simple player, so 1/16 or 1/32 is usually enough for me. But I always struggle to get things inline. Sometimes it doesn't sound the way it is in my head and I have to shift manually some notes off the grid which I don't understand. So a bit more explanation from an expert would be highly appreciated!
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Thanks again Paul!
Maybe you could elaborate a bit more on the subject of quantize in Reaper. I was used to queantisation with a hardware sequencer Alesis MMT8 and that worked very intuitive. I am a very simple player, so 1/16 or 1/32 is usually enough for me. But I always struggle to get things inline. Sometimes it doesn't sound the way it is in my head and I have to shift manually some notes off the grid which I don't understand. So a bit more explanation from an expert would be highly appreciated!
I'll have a look into the quantize options and see what I can come up with :0)
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Old 03-12-2016, 03:33 AM   #132
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Damn! These weekends come around so quick!

This weeks Reaper tut is:

How to Add FX To Individual Takes in Reaper DAW

Being able to apply FX to your tracks in Reaper is easy and very common when working with audio. There are times though that you only want to apply FX to individual takes or blocks of audio.

In this tutorial for Reaper, I take you step by step through the process. Learn how to apply you effects (FX) - EQ, Compressor, etc., to individual blocks or takes.

Helping you take your home studio, music creation and mixing to the next level.

New tutorial videos every Friday!

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Old 03-14-2016, 05:32 PM   #133
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Thanks, already knew and been using this very handy Reaper feature!
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:48 AM   #134
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Where have I been you ask?

Working on the new tutorial series on building your home recording studio!

Well, there's a nice shiny new Reaper tutorial up on the YouTube Channel & Website for your weekend enjoyment.

How To Change Tempo & Retain Pitch in Reaper DAW

In this quick tip, I show you how to record parts of a song slower, then speed them up to tempo while retaining the original recordings pitch.

Great for complex parts that need to be recorded perfectly and then pitched up to speed.

Helping you take your home studio, music creation and mixing to the next level.

New tutorial videos every Friday!

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Thanks Paul. Looking forward to your new tutorials!
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Old 05-27-2016, 03:29 PM   #136
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It's FRRRRIIIDDDDAAAAYYYY!

This weeks new Reaper tutorial is now live.

How To Set Up a Dedicated Reverb Buss in Reaper DAW

Adding reverb to your mixes can make them sound bigger, wider and add that professional edge that is missing without it. But adding a reverb plugin to every track is less than ideal.

Time to start using a dedicated reverb buss and then route your tracks through the buss and mix the effect back in to your overall mix.

In this video, I'll show you step-by-step how to achieve this and help take you mixes to the next level.

Helping you take your home studio, music creation and mixing to the next level.

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Great tut again, thanks !!
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Okay, so this is quite different from what I am used to, coming from an analogue console mixer. I use the send level per track to control the amount of reverb, but you have all track sends at 0 and then mix the total level as some sort of parallel compressing, but then with reverb. I wil definitely gonna try this out.
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Okay, so this is quite different from what I am used to, coming from an analogue console mixer. I use the send level per track to control the amount of reverb, but you have all track sends at 0 and then mix the total level as some sort of parallel compressing, but then with reverb. I wil definitely gonna try this out.
Thanks again Paul!
You can fine tune the level of each track (whether you choose to just route the parents or all tracks or a combination of both) by opening up the routing for the reverb track and then adjust each slider independently.

This is one of those techniques that everyone has a different opinion on. Some like using my method, some will use a combination of this technique, but run multiple busses for reverb and route different groups through them to control various aspects of the reverb on each of those groups... etc....

Part of the joy of multiple methods to achieve the result you require.

It's still useful to see how you can route tracks through a separate buss and then apply an effect to the buss and mix back in to your track.
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My pleasure :0)
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Just popped in to say thanks for the tutorials.
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It's time for more Reaper goodness in this weeks video tutorial from ReaperTV.

5 Power Tips for Reaper DAW - Boost Your Productivity

These 5 power tips for Reaper DAW will help you speed up your workflow, improve your work space and increase your productivity without spending hours learning complex skills.

Helping you take your home studio, music creation and mixing to the next level.

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Always nice to hear from you Paul, thanks!
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Old 06-14-2016, 11:27 AM   #145
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Many thanks for this

Oh, and all the others
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Hi,

I have been utilizing a fully personally licensed copy of Reaper for over a year now and it amazes me.

I am no a musician, nor am I a midi wizard. I'm an oldster and had one of the first Apple ][ computers, so my exposure to midi goes WAY back.

I have been challenged trying to get voice changes to work. Here's the scenario: Older Roland digital piano, Mio interface, and I am able to successfully record the midi into a track, save it, and play it back, routing the playback through to synthesizer software on pc as output, or routing Channel 1to the Mio for output to get the piano to play. So good so far.

Copy and paste track 1 to track 2, insert FX, reabank, choose set of voices, select orchestral strings, route second track to Channel 2 out to Mio, save project, play to Mio. Second track still plays on Roland KR75 as piano. Went through piano documentation. Cannot find anything there about receiving channel settings.

Driving me crazy. This is for a non profit nursing home. Little budget for a live pianist every week.

More to the point of the thread: we need some really good, basic, simple tutorials for totally ignorant newbies to explain and demonstrate these basics. I have the hard copy of the user manual. The sub folder concept explanation on the tracks makes my eyes glaze over. The concept is NOT clear, not understandable to a beginner at all.

Reaper is an amazing software work. It deserves far better documentation and tutorials than are out there. If you are an accomplished musician and techie, or extremely experienced as a recording engineer, you may be extremely comfortable with it. I'm none of those even though I have worked with audio for 50 years and microcomputers for 38 years.

Any feedback would be appreciated.

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Whoa! I can't believe it's been so long since I posted here!

Lots of new content added to the channel since last time. Not all of it dedicated to Reaper (hence me not posting unrelated links here).

This weeks new video:

Midi Step Recording

In this video I'll show you how to quickly an easily take advantage of the Step Midi Recording function in Reaper DAW.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmQEq-dE_pc

Some other notable new tutorials in Reaper:

1. How to Record / Mix a song in Reaper DAW - Part 1 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mcKC1btdak
2. How to Record / Mix a song in Reaper DAW - Part 2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04ZJ9zuA_R8
3. How to Set-up and Use Parallel Compression - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDjQRzlTZTk

As always, if you enjoy please consider subscribing to the channel or sign up to our Newsletter to be kept up to date with new content.
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Old 09-03-2016, 10:55 AM   #148
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This weeks new Reaper tutorial is now available on the YouTube Channel and website.

How To Lock Your Media in Reaper

When it comes to moving and duplicating parts of your media in Reaper, anything that can save you time, hassle and potential timing problems is welcome.

In this video I'll show you how to quickly and effectively use the various Media Lock options available when moving your media around a project.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clRG...lWX-o8&index=1
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Great, thanks Paul!
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Well hello there my fellow Reaper lovers; it's that warm and fuzzy time of the week again where I release a new tutorial on the awesome Reaper.

This weeks offers up a healthy dose of tips and tricks to get your productivity turned all the way up to 11...

5 More Awesome Essential Power Tips for Reaper

We all love to work smarter instead of harder and with our Power Tips for Reaper DAW series we'll show you 5 awesome tips to improve your workflow and productivity.

In this episode we cover FX Parameters, Custom FX Presets, Naming Midi and lots more..

Become a Reaper Ninja in double quick time and power through your workflow with our 5 awesome tips!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aasT...lWX-o8&index=1
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Many thanks Paul !
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Great tips - thank you!
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These Friday's come around so quick you know....

Well it's another Reaper tutorial / tip time and this weeks is all about tweaking your layout to help make mixing easier.

How To Customize Your Mixing Layout - Reaper Tutorial

Getting ready to start mixing? Then check out this tip to help you customise the Mixer Control Panel (MCP) to speed up your workflow.

A simple productivity tweak that really does help to visually speed up the way you work when mixing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-p0...lvmUFuF8lWX-o8
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Thank you Paul. Unfortunately I have a theme which is perfect in visuality for me, but it lacks different TCP and MCP. Nothing you can do about that, so I found a solution: I put all my Master Tracks, or busses, as the first 8 tracks in my MCP with the same color. Maybe not ideal, but it works for me.
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Wow! I didn't realise it had been so long since I updated this thread!!

Here are a few of the new Reaper tutorials we've added to the website and YouTube Channel for your Reaper enjoyment:

1. Grouping Track Parameters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNtqfm8S7ts

2. Basics of Ripple Editing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFSJEt3VOic

3. How to Use Takes in Reaper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Hrr5QrjgqM

4. Sidechain Compression (Ducking): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjC00ML37NE

That's just the latest Reaper additions, there's loads more on the channel for your enjoyment: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMU...MsdtvkaJpU3KXw

Until next time, I hope you enjoy these latest additions!

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Wow, awesome! Thanks - only watched the side-chain compression vid so far, but it was very cool.
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Glad to hear you've enjoyed it :0)
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This weeks slice of Reaper goodness is in the form of Auto Split / Trim basics. Learn how to make your editing life easier with this great little hidden gem!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UST71FfEK7k&t=3s
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Great Paul, thanks for these wonderful video's!
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