Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Recording, part of Learning REAPER 4.
Okay, now that we have our hardware set up, let's look at how to record into Reaper. …For this exercise, I'm going to create a new project. …I won't bother with saving my current project. …I think I'll just save this on my desktop. …And basically I'm just going to be creating a rough version of the breakdown …mode track we heard a little bit of earlier. …Now if I go under project settings we know that I'm using the project settings …that I saved as my default project settings. …44.1 sample rate I'm going to stick with the 148 beats per minute, and the time …signature 4:4. So here's our new empty project. …So to record on Reaper, we have to create seperate tracks for each piece of audio …we want to record. I'll press Cmd+T or Ctrl+T on Windows to …create a new track. Now I want to remind you again that if …your layout looks different than mine, I'm using the default theme in layout …which you can find under the Options menu here.…
Themes > Default and layouts. Default Layout. …If you prefer a different theme or layout, that's fine. …
- 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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