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Old 01-12-2014, 10:27 AM   #2
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Set up a Reaper session just like you would for joining a jam normally. I mean exactly the same. In fact, you can use the session you usually use.

If you want to record your track, then tell Reaper to record. If you're set up correctly, you'll be recording your input, which is what you want to be recording.

The other way is to use ReaNINJAM record - in ReaNINJAM, look at File->Preferences. This saves the jam sessions you join to the given location in a special format. You can load them into Reaper by loading a file called "clipsort.log" that holds the details of the session.

If you don't want to be heard, uncheck "Xmit on" in ReaNINJAM for the local channel.


And yes, if you're having a problem with latency, bypassing the recording software isn't the solution.
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