- [Voiceover] Once you've got a mix…that you're satisfied with,…or even if you want to take your mix elsewhere…to give it a listen, like a car or home stereo,…you can export your song…using REAPER's render functionality.…Rendering saves your project as a single audio file,…including all audible tracks.…You can also render individual tracks,…as what are called stems.…Let's take a look at how this works in REAPER 5.…To open up the rendering menu, go to File, and Render.…I'll just move this over here so we can see it better.…
Here you can set up how your song is rendered.…Source is what REAPER will ultimately render.…In this case, we're set up the render the master mix.…So, anything coming out of the master output…will end up in your rendered file.…In this case, all the tracks are routed…through the master channel and none are muted.…So we'll hear everything in the final file.…You can also render the project as stems.…Stems are the individual tracks.…If we were to render as stems, we would get each track…as a separate file.…
- Working with menus, windows, tracks, and templates
- Setting up inputs
- Recording audio and MIDI
- Importing media
- Making notes with markers
- Splitting and trimming
- Fading and crossfading
- Adding effects
- Using automation
- Mixing down and exporting a REAPER project
Skill Level Beginner
Audio Foundations: Delay and Modulationwith Alex U. Case2h 20m Intermediate
Music Production Secrets: Larry Crane on Recordingwith Larry Crane2h 21m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with the REAPER Interface
2. Recording and Importing Media
3. Editing Audio
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