The REAPER Blog Archive
Posts from The REAPER Blog, run by Jon Tidey of Audio Geek Zine and The Home Recording Show podcast.
Jon shows his customization to the MIDI Editor Toolbar for much improved MIDI editing workflow
Video tour of selected new features in Version 5.01 and the full changelog.
REAPER 4.32 Update
The sixth edition of the REAPER Blog Q & A series
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This video shows how to export (backup) all your custom menus and toolbars and the trick
Time saving tips for improving audio mastering revision workflow and automatically naming regions in REAPER.
How to customize the REAPER 5 default theme
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The SWS / S&M extensions for REAPER have just been updated to v2.8. SWS expands the
REAPER 5 is officially out. Here's a quick tour of the new features introduced in REAPER
REAPER 5.0 is officially out today with a massive list of changes to Video, FX, Media
David Weiss interviews Justin Frankel for Sonic Scoop dot com
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Jon explains the trick to arranging windows and toolbars with the docks in REAPER.
Learn how to write Lua scripts for REAPER 5.
REAPER 5 Video Editing Template
This tutorial shows how to set up some custom toolbar buttons in the mixer to show
In this video Jon explains the basics of using the SWS ReaConsole feature.
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The fifth installment of the REAPER Blog Q&A series.
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Eyssina is a new Cubase inspired theme for REAPER
Try out the Beatwing theme inspired by
Using a MIDI controller mod wheel to quickly set mix level balances.
Quick Tip: Remove Silence
Free JS plugins for perfect level matched AB comparisons.
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In this video you'll see a new feature in the FX Browser that makes organization incredibly
Kenny explains why you might want to do a portable install and how to set it