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Trucs et astuces - Tips and tricks

Facebook Twitter Frequences. D'abord une chose très importante: pour bien travailler l'égalisation, un eq-paramétrique, est indispensable!! - Or, sur les petites consoles d'entrée de gamme les plages de frequences sont souvent fixes!! (les médiums à 2 kHz, par exemple). Ces frequences sont assez bien choisies pour égaliser une voix ou une guitare, mais inadaptées pour la batterie par exemple. La première colonnes donne des frequences d'un éventuel COUPE-BAS, c'est à dire les frequences graves, relativement inutile pour le son de l'instrument.

Les consoles pro sont munies d'un coupe-bas (- parfois réglable, parfois à frequence fixe, par ex. 100 Hz-), avec lequel on coupe toutes les frequences grave inutiles. Ceci éclaircie considérablement l'ensemble du mix et enleve beaucoup de bruits parasites. La colonne FONDAMENTALE donne la frequence sur laquelle le son de l'instrument est assis! >> v4: Area selection and editing changes (media item, envelope points, and MIDI) Some area selection functionality already existed in REAPER 3, in occasionally obscure ways. Some default behaviors have changed to provide more direct access to area selection, and you can fine-tune the behaviors using mouse modifier customization (Preferences/Editing Behavior/Mouse Modifiers).

Some use case examples are listed below. To create a time selection entirely within a selected media item, or starting within a media item and extending beyond it, you can do any of the following: + Select the item, then create the time selection in the ruler, or in empty track space below the media item. + Or, enable “Preferences/Appearance/Draw item labels above media items”, and create the time selection in the label space immediately above the media item, which will also select the media item. + Or, marquee select the media item while holding the alt key, which creates a time selection at the same time. These new “smart” copy/cut actions are assigned to control+C and control+X by default. Audio quantize Action. Here we go, automatic audio quantize. I figured out how to do a proper loop action this time. (The not so obvious is sometimes very hard to see.) Loading up the transient dialog is only a toggle, so not ideal, as sometimes you'll accidentally close it.

I like having it open while running this in steps, as you can adjust the threshold on the fly. Grid settings should be 1/16 or 1/32 or whatever depending on material. Turn off "snap grid follows grid visibility. (this drum session was recorded without a click. Download the keymap file, import it into the actions menu. Change as you see fit. Share if you can make it better. __________________ Poor is a man who cannot afford levity. SendReaControl: free VST for controllable/learnable sends ! Automating between FX Presets? Thanks very much. I think you've given me everything I'll need. I'm a bit computer fatigued right now so will have to look into it next time I'm back at the station. In the meantime, a stray thought entered my mind. I think I've asked it before and didn't get an answer. So I'll try again. If I just split the single midi item on my track into multiple midi items and used ITEM FX, repeating the same VSTi (in this case, rez) but with a different patch at each item...

Or maybe it would be a cumulative RAM hit? I suppose I could check this myself, next time I'm active at Reaper. Thanks again __________________ I'm just a singer in a rock and roll band (not really, but I like the symbolism...) ReaTilt. Correcting Timing In Reaper Using Dynamic split items and Quantize item positions to grid. Les sauvegardes de vos données, comment faites-vous ? High resolution automation using pitch bend. [update: it is simpler than this. see addenda in this comment below.] over on KVR we were discussing the limits of modulating high resolution effects parameters with low resolution MIDI controls. this came up in the context of a user expressing frustration with modulating the Decay time of Sean Costello's extremely cool ValhallaRoom reverb plug-in with a low resolution standard MIDI control. i came up with a way of mapping a standard MIDI control to a limited range of the much higher resolution Pitch bend control to work around this limitation. at Sean's request, here is a tutorial on how to do scaled mapping of a standard midi controller to pitch bend in Reaper for high resolution control of Decay and other large range effects parameters: the basic technique is fairly simple: use Reaper's parameter modulation facility in the ReaControlMIDI to scale pitch bend based on another midi controller. here is an example image i will refer to in the instructions below: enjoy!

A/B two fx chains. Quote: no! Well, of course, yes! Shapshots can do the job too! But no: both snapshots and resources windows basically do the same thing behind the scene (loading entire "states" - with potetially massive FX data) => same drawback with "huge" plugs. I did not detail things but it is not really "black" or "white". Take Addidive Drums for ex.: this plug takes like 10s when you add it in a project for the first time (on a cheap win32 labtop, looks instant here on win7 x64+SSD (!)) Some other stuff happens behind the scene, it depends on plugs too.. [EDIT] er.. Tip: how to setup an A/B comparison switch. Arpèges via midi. Cool Automation Using SWS Resources. This tutorial will show you how to setup a custom, on demand MIDI LFO modulation/automation assignable to FX parameters. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tools needed: REAPER Jeffos's MIDIReaRoute plugin SWS extensions Padre's LFO Generator (included with sws extensions) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Setup: 1) Create two tracks, add MIDIReaRoute to the first and an FX of your choice to the other.

(Note: Actual routing of the trks is not necessary) 2) Create an empty MIDI item, select it and open Padre's LFO Generator. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Padre's LFO Setup: 1) Target = Selected Take(s)(MIDI) 2) Segment = Selected Item 3) Frequency = 4/1 4) MIDI CC: = What ever one you want to use (I used 25 in for this tut.) 5) With your MIDI selected click Generate! Other stuff you can do Have fun.., now go forth and MODULATE/AUTOMATE !!! Tempo Mapping. Tempo mapping in Reaper can be quick and easy — so switch off that click and get playing! Mike Senior If you're starting your production with live audio recordings, but want to add MIDI parts or sampled loops later on, it often makes sense to ask the performers to play along to a programmed click track (or simply Reaper's internal metronome) during the tracking sessions. That way, their performances should line up nicely with Reaper's bars/beats grid.

However, it's not always possible (or, indeed, musically desirable!) To use a click track, so it's handy, on occasion, to know how to synchronise the grid to a free‑running recorded performance after the fact. Essential Preparations The first thing you need to do is select all the Items in your project (Ctrl‑A), open the Item Properties dialogue window (press F2 and click the subsequent 'All At Once' button), and select 'Time' from the Item Timebase pull‑down menu. Now open the Actions window by typing '? ' Slice & Dice Building The Tempo Map. Reaper:How to tempo map (easy!) How to create a tempo map automatically from audio. Articles. Loop Recorder. Build your own loop recorder in Reaper and test the limits of your creativity. Malcolm Jacobson Since the advent of digital audio recording, recorders and editors have grown in power and functionality, and yet, with all of this power at our disposal, it seems as hard today as it was 10 years ago to focus our creativity.

By providing us with an unlimited number of options, DAWs have made it harder than ever to escape the "just one more edit” syndrome that prevents so many recordings from making it out the door (no pun intended). Some devices succeed in the market even though they take the opposite approach and purposely limit your ability to record and edit, focusing on fun and creativity instead of complexity.

One of these devices is the loop recorder. In this article, we'll take the complex back to basics and show you how to create a loop recorder of your own in Reaper. Setup Now we need to change the default playback behaviour of Reaper so that it acts like a hardware loop recorder. Automatically start REAPER in high performance mode. Pour tous ceux qui ont des problemes de latences ou de craquements Asio. S&M Live Configs - Extension for live performers. I have not yet found the time to update the Live Configs user guide :/ I'll (try to) update it before 2024, I promise Also, sorry for the late and "bundled" replies below, I'll try to follow things more closely...

Quote: I'd say: 1) Select the row you want to clear, press the DEL key 2) Ctrl-A (select all), then DEL If you really need to do this via actions too, could you please explain me why? (briefly) As Breeder said (and as you figured it out in the meantime, it seems) you can do this thanks to MIDItoReaControlPath: see my detailed answer to cjaxis below! Hey Breeder! ) well this might be "normal": it depends on your options, well on your combinations of options. => just to make sure, please can you e-mail me that live config (just the RPP file) ?

Preload works as expected here.. Just in case... Hope this helps (?) Yes, you can do this thanks to MIDItoReaControlPath. => Then the fest starts immediately! ^^ REAPER rocks It's possible. Recherche exhaustive sur le forum cockos. Tutoriel : Reaper & Reasurround - un projet 5.1. Français : Pour faire simple : Il faut bien différencier "piste" et "canal".

Une piste Reaper peut-être ce que l'on veut (Midi, Audio, Video, Parente d'autres pistes, Aux, Bus, etc). On peut en créer à volonté, selon les ressources machine disponibles. Pour chaque piste il y a possibilté de router le signal audio sur 64 canaux. Cette possibilité de routage sur 64 canaux est très importante et permet des configurations complexes dans toutes sortes de situations.

Nous utiliserons 6 de ces canaux pour la configuration d'un projet 5.1 avec ReaSurround. Les Préférences : Dans le menu Préférences/Audio/Appareil, on configure autant d'entrées qu'on en a besoin, et 6 sorties, pour un projet 5.1. Les pistes : Typiquement : on crée 6 pistes, routées toutes sur un canal différent (de 1 à 6), vers les entrées du plugin, par des envois (Add New Send...).

Si le projet comporte plus de 6 pistes, choisir l'un des 6 canaux dispos pour router chaque piste supplémentaire. English: Preferences: Tracks: etc. Etc. "Tutorials for Reaper" - Tips and tricks.