Reaper’s Track Templates facility allows you to store and recall far more than a list of insert plug-ins!
Introduced way back in 2007, Track Templates have long been a core Reaper feature and they remain a really useful way to quickly recall previously saved tracks along with all of their settings and configurations. But with Reaper’s bewildering array of esoteric features, I’ve found some of these older tricks can escape the attention of newer users — so this month we’ll take a fresh look at this facility.
At its core, the Track Templates feature allows you to save a track along with all of its effects, routing and configuration, so that you can instantiate a copy of it later. It’s a really handy way to save time recreating configurations and setups that you use regularly. Say...
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