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Old 01-29-2016, 05:00 AM   #1
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Default Reaper 5 Explained! - tutorial videos by Kenny Gioia

I hope you know about this latest development.

Kenny has released 30 new videos entitled:

Reaper 5 Explained. FREE!

Way to go - Kenny.

Amazing teacher and he keeps on giving to the Reaper community.

Thank you Kenny!

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Old 01-29-2016, 05:12 AM   #2
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Thanks for the heads up Eric, but where do I find these videos?


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Nevermind, found them here: http://www.reaper.fm/videos.php
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Thanks for the heads up Eric, but where do I find these videos?


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Nevermind, found them here: http://www.reaper.fm/videos.php
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzw5xwpcCJs

YouTube & Kenny's site.

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Kenny deserves a giant group hug. Let's organize and track him down...

Thanks Kenny.

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We have a slow internet link, is it possible to download these to watch later please?



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when i download reaper it wants me to buy an app. so I can read it ?
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when i download reaper it wants me to buy an app. so I can read it ?

No, it isnt necessary to do this. Certainly no purchase necessary! All Kenny`s stuff is freely available on youtube, which is where the links point you. You arent by any chance talking about the download link for Reaper itself, which is above the Video links?

You should go here https://www.reaper.fm/videos.php and just watch the videos linked to from there or do it on Youtube OR at http://www.kennymania.com/

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Thanks Kenny!!! You da man.
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Old 02-27-2016, 02:34 PM   #12
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Default These Videos are amazing! Having these vids is a top 5 "feature"

Way to go Cockos! Brilliant idea to have Kenny do these. I'm watching them all, even ones that cover stuff that before the video I was like, "for what I'm planning on using reaper for Ill never use that", I'm discovering all this stuff that reaper can do that just blows me away!

Like track templates... At first I was ehhhh... Then, I've discovered that it's prob. going to be my most used feature!!!

I can see a new canned forum response to noobs... "Did you watch video xx?"

One suggestion would be to have a cross reference in the manual linking to the time code in the appropriate video...
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Old 03-24-2016, 07:58 AM   #13
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Some new automation actions are incoming to 5.17.

I'll try to do a video demo, but in the long run you're the better video producer here so you may want to take a stab at them.

Automation: Write latched envelopes to time selection
Automation: Write latched envelopes from edit cursor to end of project
Automation: Write latched envelopes from edit cursor to start of project
The big ones(to me). No longer do you need to juggle automation modes to write only what you need with actions, but can safely twist controls and write them, and only them immediately.
Automation: Write latched envelopes from edit or play cursor to first touch position

Some might remember this as write back to punch from consoles and other DAWs. A staple in modern automation. It uses the Automation Return Speed from the Preferences/Automation page as both the in- and outgoing transition time, which happens before the punch in and after the position the command is triggered.


I've used these commands for little over a day now, and they've already saved me boatloads of time and kept automation management tasks small.

Basically I keep all tracks in Latch, put a playhead/edit cursor somewhere and either do my changes in STOP mode or hit play over a time selection and twist, write-to-latched and then match out, kill time selection/loop selection with two keystrokes.

It's an enormous relief. I'm still thinking about how to convey this to people who have never used it before.
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I'm still thinking about how to convey this to people who have never used it before.
Licecap or video?
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Old 03-24-2016, 08:30 AM   #15
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I'm still thinking about how to convey this to people who have never used it before.
Thank you for writing this out.

It is a bit "advanced" compared to the topics I've been tackling lately but I'm adding it to my "to do" list.

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Dea-Man, it's more a question of how to frame what the commands do.

This is stuff that's useful to people using automation more often.

A simple example is to do write-back-to-first-touched-control for effect send levels. You roll playback a bit before the area you're interested in. You TOUCH the control (in Latch mode you just need to change it slightly to do that so non-touch controls work fine) , find the right send level, and hit the command. Then you just roll transport up to the point you want that level written.

No need to edit anything by hand. That's the goal. That's what gets you the speed. Direct access. This is what makes Harrison consoles, ProtoolsHD+Icon/S5/S6 controllers and Nuendo+Nuage so good to use.

These actions give you some of that access. It's up to you how to control your stuff, but writing it has just become a lot easier and faster.
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Dea-Man, it's more a question of how to frame what the commands do.

This is stuff that's useful to people using automation more often.

A simple example is to do write-back-to-first-touched-control for effect send levels. You roll playback a bit before the area you're interested in. You TOUCH the control (in Latch mode you just need to change it slightly to do that so non-touch controls work fine) , find the right send level, and hit the command. Then you just roll transport up to the point you want that level written.

No need to edit anything by hand. That's the goal. That's what gets you the speed. Direct access. This is what makes Harrison consoles, ProtoolsHD+Icon/S5/S6 controllers and Nuendo+Nuage so good to use.

These actions give you some of that access. It's up to you how to control your stuff, but writing it has just become a lot easier and faster.
Is there an option to write to the beginning of the project as well?
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Dea-Man, it's more a question of how to frame what the commands do.

This is stuff that's useful to people using automation more often.

A simple example is to do write-back-to-first-touched-control for effect send levels. You roll playback a bit before the area you're interested in. You TOUCH the control (in Latch mode you just need to change it slightly to do that so non-touch controls work fine) , find the right send level, and hit the command. Then you just roll transport up to the point you want that level written.

No need to edit anything by hand. That's the goal. That's what gets you the speed. Direct access. This is what makes Harrison consoles, ProtoolsHD+Icon/S5/S6 controllers and Nuendo+Nuage so good to use.

These actions give you some of that access. It's up to you how to control your stuff, but writing it has just become a lot easier and faster.
That actually sounds very exciting and useful. I would love to see it in action. A picture worth a thousand words and all...........
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The Reaper Blog has already done a nice tutorial on these features.

http://reaperblog.net/2016/03/whats-new-in-reaper-5-17/
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Thank you for writing this out.

It is a bit "advanced" compared to the topics I've been tackling lately but I'm adding it to my "to do" list.

Thanks
Looking forward to it. I'll be doing more of a simplistic demo, which I'm hoping to do well enough to get very few laughs.
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Looking forward to it. I'll be doing more of a simplistic demo, which I'm hoping to do well enough to get very few laughs.
What makes more sense for me is to do an Advanced Automation video that includes these new options.
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Looking forward to it. I'll be doing more of a simplistic demo, which I'm hoping to do well enough to get very few laughs.
I'll show these to the best of my ability today in the "What's new" video.
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With the above average amount of air travel I've had as part of my job for the last 21 years, the issue with late flight take-offs & cancellations has become the rule instead of the exception.
Between that and the cramped quarters in coach where the meal tray is about the size of a Chiclet, it's satisfying to be able to take out my iPad and listen to the soothing sights & sounds of Kenny Gioia's tutorials through noise cancelling headphones.
I also have a laptop computer but it is often too large to pull out when packed in with the other sardines. The iPad is perfect.
I even occasionally will get noticed by a fellow Reaper user who recognizes it in the videos.
All that aside, thank you Kenny!! The insanity that is airline travel gets tedious and your videos more than make up the lapse in my mental health coverage that isn't covered by Obamacare. I have watched all of the videos enough times that when I sit down at my workstation, most everything I need to do is second nature.

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I loaded reaper to my pc, found a free midi file and tried playing it. All the controls showed that there should be audio going out, but i could not get any thing coming out the speakers. I tried changing all the options. I have a lap top with windows 7. Is there something else i need to run reaper.
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I loaded reaper to my pc, found a free midi file and tried playing it. All the controls showed that there should be audio going out, but i could not get any thing coming out the speakers. I tried changing all the options. I have a lap top with windows 7. Is there something else i need to run reaper.
Yeah - you need to plug in some VST instruments into your FX. Just having midi notes won't play back anything.

Reaper comes with hundreds of effects, but not VST instruments.
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Video Suggestion:

Trim Envelope, and using it like the trim mode in Protools (doesn't have to be the title )

The all important action is:
Track: Swap volume envelope and trim envelope
That's the trim mode, without having to have a trim mode. The downside is that you have no visual indicator that you did this.

This enables some cool things, like trimming the entire volume envelope by an amount you set the fader to, with a little help of some actions.

Set Latch, swap volume/trim envelope, hit play, ride fader, find value, hit "write actively-writing to entire envelope", stop, swap trim/volume, apply trim to volume.

Those last four could be a custom action.

Also, combining envelopes that could together hit the upper deck on envelope resolution is a non-problem. The values are fine. It's just that the envelope display cannot show them, and the fader will basically screw those bits if you touch it at those spots.

So the trim envelope doubles as an extension of the limit, even when recombining the two envelopes.

I'm mixing a show next week where I intend to use these actions plenty. Gotta practice those shortcuts .
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Video Suggestion:

Trim Envelope, and using it like the trim mode in Protools (doesn't have to be the title )

The all important action is:
Track: Swap volume envelope and trim envelope
That's the trim mode, without having to have a trim mode. The downside is that you have no visual indicator that you did this.

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Yes please.

I missed this, didn't realise this existed at first and was bemoaning the lack of arming and fader control of the trim envelope. I put a shortcut on this and the coalesce actions as soon as I needed to use them, but a user toolbutton bar might also be a good workflow.


Also, another idea would be step note input in notation view, along with setup of user toolbuttons needed.

TBH, any notation videos would be welcome as it's a big feature-set for some users to absorb by written manual alone.



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Yes please.

I missed this, didn't realise this existed at first and was bemoaning the lack of arming and fader control of the trim envelope. I put a shortcut on this and the coalesce actions as soon as I needed to use them, but a user toolbutton bar might also be a good workflow.
Same here. After the trim envelope was first introduced I thought "Yeah nice, but almost useless to me." I completely missed the introduction of the envelope swapping action.

It's pretty seamless too. If you're riding in Latch mode and swap during playback, the old envelope is matched out and no longer written to. Works quite well.

The bummer is the visual indication which is incidental at most.

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TBH, any notation videos would be welcome as it's a big feature-set for some users to absorb by written manual alone.
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Reaper Blog did a video on the 5.20 update that has a section by a notation user.
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Most piano roll actions also work in notation view. Including step entry mode.
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when i m rendering my sample they are not exporting in perfect bars even i edited them in perfect bars before exporting ,i cant understood what kind of problem is that loop is over length not perfect on bar grid please help me as soon as posibble

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I just wanted to add my thanks to Kenny and Cockos for making these videos available for free. The v4 one's were totally worth the money, and getting the v5 ones right here is nothing short of awesome. Thanks guys!
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Kenny,
Thanks so much for these excellent videos! I moved over from Protools over the last 2 weeks, and as a result of learning REAPER from your tutorials, I've been able to be productive almost from the get go.

I wasted a few days griping about differences in workflow, then came to my senses and decided to abandon my preconceived notions about how REAPER ought to be and watched every lesson over a 2 days span. I've been working on a friend's Christmas project, and I haven't been stumped yet.
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Good 4 U !

Welcome to the wonderful world of Reaper.
You will discover many things in Reaper, that will let you wondering even more
why on earth you ever used NoTools :0)
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Thanks so much for these excellent videos! I moved over from Protools over the last 2 weeks, and as a result of learning REAPER from your tutorials, I've been able to be productive almost from the get go.

I wasted a few days griping about differences in workflow, then came to my senses and decided to abandon my preconceived notions about how REAPER ought to be and watched every lesson over a 2 days span. I've been working on a friend's Christmas project, and I haven't been stumped yet.
Awesome!!!

Thanks so much.
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Cant remember if I already said thank you in another post (gettin' old!), so will repeat it here, thanks Kenny for the great tutorials, I am picking up speed with Reaper much more quickly thanks to your efforts.

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What's up everyone, I just downloaded Reaper yesterday after using FL Studio on and off since Fruity Loops 3. During the last couple of years, I’ve gotten back in to producing music as my hobby and in that time, I have bought some MIDI interfaces for a richer experience.

My goal is to learn Reaper from the ground up. I’ve started by watching the Kenny Gioia’s tutorials. Kenny, if you happen to read this; your high level knowledge and incorporation of different techniques to access the same functions within the software is what other DAW tutorials have been missing. I love your in-depth explanations and at the end of each lesson, I jump right on to the next step because you leave me wanting more.

I can’t wait to learn more of this amazing DAW. The customization, extensions and additional plugins Reaper provides is crazy. As each day goes by in the 60-day evaluation period, I’ve decided to put away $1 and buy the license because I’d be stupid not to!

If anyone out there has other outside of what the tutorials provide, I’ll be more than happy to take whatever pointers and advise for noobs you have. Please feel free to send your knowledge my way. I look forward to becoming a part of the Reaper community!
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What's up everyone, I just downloaded Reaper yesterday after using FL Studio on and off since Fruity Loops 3. During the last couple of years, I’ve gotten back in to producing music as my hobby and in that time, I have bought some MIDI interfaces for a richer experience.

My goal is to learn Reaper from the ground up. I’ve started by watching the Kenny Gioia’s tutorials. Kenny, if you happen to read this; your high level knowledge and incorporation of different techniques to access the same functions within the software is what other DAW tutorials have been missing. I love your in-depth explanations and at the end of each lesson, I jump right on to the next step because you leave me wanting more.

I can’t wait to learn more of this amazing DAW. The customization, extensions and additional plugins Reaper provides is crazy. As each day goes by in the 60-day evaluation period, I’ve decided to put away $1 and buy the license because I’d be stupid not to!

If anyone out there has other outside of what the tutorials provide, I’ll be more than happy to take whatever pointers and advise for noobs you have. Please feel free to send your knowledge my way. I look forward to becoming a part of the Reaper community!
So nice of you to say!!!

Thank you.

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As each day goes by in the 60-day evaluation period, I’ve decided to put away $1 and buy the license because I’d be stupid not to!
That's a great way to save up for the licence. Every time you see something in Reaper that surprises / delights you, put a $ in the jar (or $4 if you want the commercial licence). You'll soon get to the required amount.
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That's a great way to save up for the licence. Every time you see something in Reaper that surprises / delights you, put a $ in the jar (or $4 if you want the commercial licence). You'll soon get to the required amount.
It's hard not to get sidetracked and get lost in the options and preference...
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