Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using auto-punch, part of Up and Running with REAPER 4.
When you're recording tracks into your proejct, chances are that you're not …going to get a perfect take every single time on every single track. …Maybe you hit a wrong note or came in too late for a chord change, or maybe your …voice cracked for a moment while you were singing. …In many instances, you don't need to completely re-record a track just to fix …a small section. Instead you can do what's called punching in. …This involves playing back your recording and having Reaper automatically start …recording at the moment you specify so you can re-record just that part. …And then automatically stop a recording, so you can preserve the rest of the recording. …Let's say, for example, I'm not satisfied with the way I played the guitar part in …the middle of the section up here, and I want to give it another shot.…
Let's listen to it once. (MUSIC) It's going to meet the bass track there. …(MUSIC) There's a clunker of a note in there. …(MUSIC) That wasn't too good either. (MUSIC) That was all right. …
- 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
Foundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
Foundations of Audio: Delay and Modulationwith Alex U. Case2h 20m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. Recording and Importing Audio
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