In the first of a two-part series on using impulse responses in Reaper’s ReaVerb, we look at the basics: selecting, loading and editing. • Read Part 1
Audio files to accompany the article.
Venture beyond Reaper’s default Snap settings to discover a world of techniques to speed up your workflow.
Avoid information overload with these advanced techniques for using Reaper’s mixer.
The Snapshots feature in the donationware SWS Extensions adds simple and very useful mix functionality to Reaper.
Reaper’s ability to run multiple instances of plug-ins is impressive, but how do you keep track of them all and maintain optimum performance?
If you’re new to Reaper’s channel‑splitting abilities, here’s a neat exercise to get you started.
These audio files accompany the Reaper Techniques column that featured in SOS June 2011.
Reaper's ReaGate has hidden talents that make it much more than a simple noise-reduction facility.
Take a razor blade to your vocal tracks and learn the art of comping in Reaper.
Tempo mapping in Reaper can be quick and easy — so switch off that click and get playing!
Get your audio applications talking to each other with Reaper's ReaRoute.
Make sure your edits go unnoticed with Reaper's audio editing features.
This audio editing walkthrough accompanies the Reaper Techniques column that featured in SOS January 2011.
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