How to Reaper for the blind

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and occasionally tidbits, news, and thoughts about other Digital Audio Workstations.

Tutorials, demos, step by step instructions for how to use Reaper when blind will gather here.
For the time being go ahead and enjoy this little production. It happened the other day when troubleshooting audio interfaces had become exhausting and I needed to create something silly. Yes, made all in Reaper of course. 🙂

Horsedung from an unproductive morning.

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Side-chains – Ducking music using voice – Finicky and powerful use of Reacomp – Part of How to Reaper for the Blind

Reading Time: 2 minutes Side-chains – Ducking music using voice. A finicky and powerful use of the Reacomp compressor Note on my system: For this demo I used Reaper 6.42 and Voiceover on Big Sur on Mac. Wait, side what? Is that something I’ll ever need? Maybe, maybe not. but chances are that at some point you will need …

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Get started with the compressor in Reaper. Reacomp Quick and Dirty- Part of How to Reaper for the Blind

Reading Time: 2 minutes Getting started with Reacomp – Reaper’s stock compressor. Let’s just do it. Note on my system: For this demo I used Reaper 6.42 and Voiceover on Big Sur on Mac. What is a compressor anyways? Oh, now you’re putting me on the spot. To put it simple, an audio compressor brings the quiet up and …

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Folders in folders on top of folders. Organising Reaper projects – Part of How to Reaper for the blind

Reading Time: 2 minutes Folders inside folders on top of folders – Organizing your Reaper project. Note on my system: For this demo I used Reaper 6.42 with Voiceover on Mac running Big Sur. What are folders anyways? A folder in Reaper is a track that can contain other tracks. It really is that simple. A folder may contain …

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Custom actions creating, importing, exporting- Part of How to Reaper for the Blind

Reading Time: 2 minutes Custom actions, how to make the darn things. Note on my system: For this demo I used Reaper 6.34, and Voiceover on Big Sur on Mac. What are custom actions anyways? Custom actions is a way to string other actions together into one action. It’s as simple as that. It can however get as complicated …

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Reapack – Extending functionality with scripts – Finding, installing, adding shortcuts- Part of How to Reaper for the Blind

Reading Time: 2 minutes Reapack – how to use the darn thing. Note on my system: For this demo I used Reaper 6.34, and Voiceover on Big Sur on Mac. What is Reapack anyways? Reapack is an extention for Reaper. It is free and easy to install and use in order to extend Reapers capabilities. It will enable you …

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Install Reaper, Osara, and SWS on Mac running Voiceover – Step by step

Reading Time: 5 minutes How to install Reaper, Osara, and SWS on Mac running Voiceover. If you find something incorrect throughout these instructions, please leave a comment or use the contact link at the top of this page. Thanks. – Downloads Let’s grab all the stuff we need. Download Reaper For the latest Reaper application, visit the Reaper.fm/download page. …

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