Old 06-12-2017, 01:28 AM   #1
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Hi All,

I just started using parallel compression with reaper but now I can't figure out how to create one drum stem file!

I have two tracks, one with the sample drums, and second is the parallel compression track. How do I create a stem out of this? If I only use the parallel compression bus then I will miss out on the unprocessed track?
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Put both track into a folder.

Also: the FX window for your compressor will have a Dry/Wet control in it (top-right corner). You can us that the mix the Dry (uncompressed) audio with the Wet (compressed) audio. All on one track.

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Old 06-12-2017, 06:51 PM   #3
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Put both track into a folder.

Also: the FX window for your compressor will have a Dry/Wet control in it (top-right corner). You can us that the mix the Dry (uncompressed) audio with the Wet (compressed) audio. All on one track.

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Thanks mate! never thought of the dry/wet control!

However what about volume control then!
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