Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Comping multiple takes, part of Learning REAPER 4.
which can be useful to correct mistakes. But sometimes you want to do complete or …longer takes of a recording, as you're trying to nail down your performance. …In those cases you can set Reaper up to record each take, and then compile or …comp the best sections of each take into the final performance. …Lets take a look at how to do this. We'll start by going to Options and …setting the Record Mode to Normal if its not already there and we're doing that …because we're not going to be punching. Then I'm going to go to New Recording …that Overlaps Existing Media and I'm going to choose Splits Existing Items and …Creates New Takes. This is how we tell Reaper to create …multiple takes and also I'm going to go back to options one more itme.…
And make sure that Show All Takes and Lanes is selected. …And we'll see what that does momentarily. So, for this example I'm going to take …another couple of tries at the guitar track. …Now I have gone back and rerecorded the track as a single media item instead of …
- Customizing the REAPER menu and toolbar
- Creating a new project
- Comping multiple takes
- Importing audio files
- Managing media
- Editing tracks
- Applying effects
- Mixing down a song
Skill Level Beginner
Audio Foundations: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
Audio Foundations: Delay and Modulationwith Alex U. Case2h 20m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. Recording and Importing Audio
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