Old 08-08-2007, 12:28 PM   #1
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Default Templates, Presets and RFX Chains

Alright, lets post fx presets, templates, track templates and RFX chains in here.

Lets try to keep it to one post per person, and just update your post as you comes up with more goodies
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Templates:

Track Templates:

Gated Reverb - This is routed so that the input audio feeds both the reverb and the detector input of the noisegate, while the noisegate mutes the reverb's output. Be SURE to set your track channels to 4
https://stash.reaper.fm/oldsb/12438/G...RTrackTemplate

Drum Track Templates - http://www.cockos.com/forum/attachme...2&d=1171158633

Kick Blipper - This makes ReaGate fire ReaSamplomatic to create a pulse track easy for firing off Drumagog type plugins. If you want to fire off a vst-i like BFD or Fretted Synth's SoftDrums, just delete ReaSamplomatic http://www.cockos.com/forum/attachme...9&d=1170918472

Presets:

ReaComp Misc - http://www.cockos.com/forum/attachme...1&d=1170457521

ReaComp Super Smash Limey - http://www.cockos.com/forum/attachme...3&d=1170457521

ReaGate Tama Rockstar Drums - http://www.cockos.com/forum/attachme...2&d=1170457521


RFXchains:
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OK, here are some presets for ReEQ.

http://www.cockos.com/~glazfolk/ReaEQMisc.RPL

Right click, save link as and save the file to your hard disk.

Open ReaEQ in any track FX Window, click on the three little dots in FX window, then Load Presets and import the file.

Please remember though that presets are starting points, not final destinations. Be prepared to tweak!
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Default many templates on Resources page

Hey
just a quick line to tell everyone (as this thread is stickied) that there are many JS presets, chains, etc in the new "Resources" page :
https://stash.reaper.fm/

go and get it !

[PS : ahem, where do you have to put the files ? There are .ini and .rpl files; thanks !]
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Right...

This is a template for Reaper, using RevalverMKII. What it is is this...

Folder track>
1. Track for revalver VSTfx: should load up. Use just amps and effects on this one.. NO CABS ON THIS TRACK
2. Instance of RevalverMKII VSTfx - track for cabinet 1
3. Instance of RevalverMKII VSTfx - track for cabinet 2
4. Instance of RevalverMKII VSTfx - track for cabinet 3

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With this, you can load three different impulses into those "cab" tracks, giving you a great recorded sound. Record your guitar track to the track with your amp setup on it, this is fed to the three cab tracks.

When you record arm the cab tracks, it will automatically be set to record output, so you can record the outputs of the three cabs, move them to different tracks, and record more riffs.

Think of this as an amplifier head, hooked up to a cab, with three microphones.
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:02 PM   #6
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Hi
I am digging the Reaper preset management system !

Is there any ReaFir presets ? (as comp, eq, gate, etc)
And is there any De-esser presets/efx chain around ?
Thank you !
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i havent even gotten into this yet,where does all the different files go???
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That is the question i asked above

I have put it all in "C > program files > reaper > plugins > fx"
and it works just great !
One neat thing is that you can gatehr multiple banks into one huge lirbrary.
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Default An RIAA de-emphasis curve for ReaFIR

I recently got a nice new Stanton turntable with 10% pitch variation, and phono level analogue outs.

I chose to go direct to my presonus firebox pre's without any correction, as I figured that a $40 analogue RIAA preamp box might be a very crusty link in my chain.

I hoped I would find a free VST eq with a de-emphasis curve, but the closest I got was Voxengo Curve EQ for $89.

If this curve I have made for ReaFIR looks anything like the one in Voxengos, I'll take it as a compliment.

I will update this post if I improve the curve, for now it works pretty good.

Also if you are doing the same thing, you'll need to get an imprint of the noise floor, and clean the recording before processing the de-emphasis.
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Default New ReaEQ presets based on EQ charts

I put this together this morning. They are based on an EQ article in a December '05 issue of Computer Music Magazine. What I have done is take the main Frequency attributes of common instruments and set the bands up for you. Then labeled those EQ bands in the preset name like for instance Voice: Band 1= fullness (120 Hz) Band 2= boominess (200 - 240 kHz),Band 3= sibilance (7.5 - 10 kHz),Band 4= presence (5 kHz). I left all other settings flat so when You insert a preset on a track it should not change the sound until you decide if a band should go up or down. If there was a range in frequency I put the ReaEQ band in the middle of that range. Of course you can add as many bands as you need. But I only setup the ones citied in the article as main attribute points. presets include-
Voice,
Electric Guitar,
Bass Guitar,
Snare Drum,
Kick Drum,
Hi Hat & Cymbals,
Toms,
Acoustic Guitar,
https://stash.reaper.fm/860/Demons_EQ...Attributes.RPL

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Old 05-10-2008, 04:19 PM   #11
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just a template to the old Audio-to-Midi trick using ReaTune blablabla

https://stash.reaper.fm/oldsb/114808/Audio2Midi.RPP

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Old 05-29-2008, 12:31 PM   #12
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Default hypersonic multiout/multitimbral

ok, after a lot of work and a great support buy some of you guys here i figured out how to set this up correctly, so here`s my first contribution to the community...

it`s a track template for hypersonic2.
the neat thing is, it treats each multipart as if it was one single vsti, so you only have 16 tracks that have it`s own multipart assigned to it, both midi sending as well as audio recieving on their respective tracks ...
so there`s not 16 tracks that do the midi, and another 16 tracks that handle the audio, which is the most annoying part on all other sequencers, exept logic and energy xt1x/2x.

this is how it looks like:



download the track template here <----

the track template also is including a bus-foldertrack for the entire hypersonic2 signals. if you don`t want that, just delete it. the template can be used with all other 16-times-multitimbral/16-times stereo out vsti`s, too ...

anyone, upload this to that stash thingie at will ...

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important: strangely enough (as this is no feedback routing at all) you have to "allow feedback routing" from the project preferences, otherwise it won`t work.
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lemme know if it works for you!
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Here is a lil' contribution from me:

https://stash.reaper.fm/v/2200/ezDrum...H_template.RPP

A quick project template using ezDrummer and the Drumkit From Hell extension. Feel free to update it to your taste!

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anyone with the openlabs machine can post the MPC template? that would be greatly appreciated.
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nevermind.. i got the template from openlabs!!! i will upload it soon...
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Old 10-19-2009, 08:51 AM   #16
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Default The all new true Reaper Track-Template to ReWire Reason 4.0 to your favorite DAW

How to Rewire Reason to Reaper (Rrrrrr!)

************************************************** ***********************
Updated track template: Reason v0.5.RTrackTemplate and introducing Reason Rack 2.rns
Gives 32 midi channels to Reason: 16 via ReWire, 16 via soft MIDI cable (e.g. LoopBe1, freeware).
Tested and Created on Reaper 3.161 x64 bit version, should work in Reaper x86 and with soft MIDI cables like MidiYoke and Maplemidi

Found here: https://stash.reaper.fm/oldsb/831876/Reason-v0.5.zip
and here: https://stash.reaper.fm/oldsb/831889/Reaper-Rack-2.zip

Be sure to read the instructions below!!

************************************************** ***********************



This is a new version of the track template for Reaper to ReWire Reason as a slave.
Coming from Reason, the previous version had separate tracks for midi and audio.
This version however, is in style with Reaper philosophy: Audio and Midi on the same track!

How to set it up?
Project settings
First of all, you need to change the project settings, to enable feedback.
This might sound tricky, but since you probably use Reason as well, you're used to the potential of having nasty feedback loops in your setups.
Without this setting the template will not work!, because the track with the ReWire 'effect' sends audio to an instrument track and receives midi from the same track.
Although that is known as feedback, it's the (good) kind we want in this case.



Track-Template (Reaper) and Rack (Reason)
Next we want to install the track template, so it will be available in Reaper.

Click this link to the track template (Reason-v0.4.zip which contains Reason-v0.4.RTrackTemplate)
to download the archive with the template.

Extract the template (Reason-v0.4.RTrackTemplate) to:

%appdata%\REAPER\TrackTemplates

(or %appdata%\REAPER64\TrackTemplates, Reaper x64 versions 3.13 and on).

(I would be happy to know how to set this up on a MAC, so if any of you wants instructions for the MAC, I need some help!)

Then we want a Reason rack that plays nicely with this setup, download here:

Reaper Rack.rns

You are free to use your own rack, this is just a rack with 16 combinators in which you can load/set-up whatever instruments/effects you want. Besides that, it playes nicely with the track template!

Save the rack somewhere handy.


How to play Reason from Reaper?
Open Reaper and create a new project (if that's not the default action).

Right click the TCP and chose the track template:



You should see that a couple of tracks are inserted and that Reason is started.

(If Reason does not start, close Reaper, make sure that Reason.exe is not running (with the task-manager) and that ReWire is installed and available in Reaper).

Next is to load the Rack into Reason:



If you have a midi keyboard installed (or using the Virtual Midi keyboard in Reaper), pressing a key should result in a weird sound being heard, as I included a sample synth in combinator 1.

NOTE Before you touch any of the just inserted tracks in Reaper, click 1 to unselect them all.

After inserting:



After selecting the first instrument track



Now it's time to play with your new setup!

*EXTRA'S*

* To be able to control and automate the parameters of the combinators in the rack from within Reaper, use the following plugin made available by Futures_Untold: http://www.mediafire.com/?1wvw4man3l2

* Some related threads:
- http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.p...=reason+rewire
- http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.p...omplete+reason (currently these plugs are offline, but should come back soon)
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SiKo: Like I say in that other thread (https://www.propellerheads.se/forum/...d.php?t=116984), good work man.
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I download the reason rewire template that is listed above in this thread and got it all hooked up with a reason track I had been working on. This is the first time Iíve rewired reaper to anything so Iím a little new to the routing and performance and everything. The issue Iím having at the moment is I can mute tracks, but I canít solo them. If I click solo on a track, you still hear audio from all the other tracks in the song.
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I download the reason rewire template that is listed above in this thread and got it all hooked up with a reason track I had been working on. This is the first time Iíve rewired reaper to anything so Iím a little new to the routing and performance and everything. The issue Iím having at the moment is I can mute tracks, but I canít solo them. If I click solo on a track, you still hear audio from all the other tracks in the song.
If I solo a track and select another track (that is not solo'ed), pressing a key on the midi keyboard indeed produces sound! weird.

However, if the tracks are playing back midi clips, solo-ing one track results in that this track is the only one playing; so that is expected behavior.

Are you sure that you made sure that only one track is selected when you press the solo button?
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I double-checked and made sure that only one track is selected when I clicked the solo button, and it still plays the sound from every rewired track. Thereís got to be an easy way around this.

Weird thing, if I make a new track that isnít routed to reason at all and solo that, it works just fine and all I hear is the sound from the newly made audio track
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I double-checked and made sure that only one track is selected when I clicked the solo button, and it still plays the sound from every rewired track. Thereís got to be an easy way around this.

Weird thing, if I make a new track that isnít routed to reason at all and solo that, it works just fine and all I hear is the sound from the newly made audio track
Found it ... the issue is with the routing (and probably that feedback is enabled), but there is indeed like you suggested, a very simple work around:

ALT-Click --> check it here: http://forum.cockos.com/showpost.php...8&postcount=48
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nice, thanks man!!
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Default Presets for Reacomp ReaXcomp ReaEQ and ReaGate?

Can experienced Reaper users point me in the right direction to links for presets including FX chains and some of the key Reaper mixing plug-ins.

I have looked in the stash box and it is limited. I have searched the forum and found a couple of ReaEQ presets with the .RPL suffix. Other than that, the other older links I have found just lead back to the forum rather than a specific download.

Anybody willing to point a relative noobie to some additional tools?

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any mac os x instructions?
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Quote:
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How to Rewire Reason to Reaper (Rrrrrr!)

************************************************** ***********************
Updated track template: Reason v0.5.RTrackTemplate and Reason Rack 2.rns
Gives 32 midi channels to Reason: 16 via ReWire, 16 via soft MIDI cable (e.g. LoopBe1, freeware).
Tested and Created on Reaper 3.161 x64 bit version, should work in Reaper x86 and with soft MIDI cables like MidiYoke and Maplemidi

Found here: https://stash.reaper.fm/oldsb/260364/...plate-v0.5.zip

Be sure to read the instructions below!!

************************************************** ***********************



This is a new version of the track template for Reaper to ReWire Reason as a slave.
Coming from Reason, the previous version had separate tracks for midi and audio.
This version however, is in style with Reaper philosophy: Audio and Midi on the same track!

How to set it up?
Project settings
First of all, you need to change the project settings, to enable feedback.
This might sound tricky, but since you probably use Reason as well, you're used to the potential of having nasty feedback loops in your setups.
Without this setting the template will not work!, because the track with the ReWire 'effect' sends audio to an instrument track and receives midi from the same track.
Although that is known as feedback, it's the (good) kind we want in this case.



Track-Template (Reaper) and Rack (Reason)
Next we want to install the track template, so it will be available in Reaper.

Click this link to the track template (Reason-v0.4.rar which contains Reason-v0.4.RTrackTemplate)
to download the archive with the template.

Extract the template (Reason-v0.4.RTrackTemplate) to:

%appdata%\REAPER\TrackTemplates

(or %appdata%\REAPER64\TrackTemplates, Reaper x64 versions 3.13 and on).

(I would be happy to know how to set this up on a MAC, so if any of you wants instructions for the MAC, I need some help!)

Then we want a Reason rack that plays nicely with this setup, download here:

Reaper Rack.rns

You are free to use your own rack, this is just a rack with 16 combinators in which you can load/set-up whatever instruments/effects you want. Besides that, it playes nicely with the track template!

Save the rack somewhere handy.


How to play Reason from Reaper?
Open Reaper and create a new project (if that's not the default action).

Right click the TCP and chose the track template:



You should see that a couple of tracks are inserted and that Reason is started.

(If Reason does not start, close Reaper, make sure that Reason.exe is not running (with the task-manager) and that ReWire is installed and available in Reaper).

Next is to load the Rack into Reason:



If you have a midi keyboard installed (or using the Virtual Midi keyboard in Reaper), pressing a key should result in a weird sound being heard, as I included a sample synth in combinator 1.

NOTE Before you touch any of the just inserted tracks in Reaper, click 1 to unselect them all.

After inserting:



After selecting the first instrument track



Now it's time to play with your new setup!

*EXTRA'S*

* To be able to control and automate the parameters of the combinators in the rack from within Reaper, use the following plugin made available by Futures_Untold: http://www.mediafire.com/?1wvw4man3l2

* Some related threads:
- http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.p...=reason+rewire
- http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.p...omplete+reason (currently these plugs are offline, but should come back soon)
All links are dead !
Pls anyone can reupdate ?
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Links should be fixed.
Images another time as I have to go and look for them and it's too late, gotta work tomorrow early.

Any Mac testers?
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Links should be fixed.
Images another time as I have to go and look for them and it's too late, gotta work tomorrow early.

Any Mac testers?
Thanks a lot....
really great template !!!
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How to Rewire Reason to Reaper (Rrrrrr!)


Coming from Reason, the previous version had separate tracks for midi and audio.
This version however, is in style with Reaper philosophy: Audio and Midi on the same track!
I'm using this template and it' fantastic well made !
But all the tracks are setted to record audio directly.
So I can't do Midi editing on it. Otherwise If I change the record mode to midi then It's not possible to render it as audio using the "Apply FX" function on it .
So How can I organize the work.
It' better for me to come back to the previous version ?
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How to Rewire Reason to Reaper (Rrrrrr!)

************************************************** ***********************
Updated track template: Reason v0.5.RTrackTemplate and introducing Reason Rack 2.rns
Gives 32 midi channels to Reason: 16 via ReWire, 16 via soft MIDI cable (e.g. LoopBe1, freeware).
Tested and Created on Reaper 3.161 x64 bit version, should work in Reaper x86 and with soft MIDI cables like MidiYoke and Maplemidi

Found here: https://stash.reaper.fm/oldsb/831876/Reason-v0.5.zip
and here: https://stash.reaper.fm/oldsb/831889/Reaper-Rack-2.zip

Be sure to read the instructions below!!

************************************************** ***********************



This is a new version of the track template for Reaper to ReWire Reason as a slave.
Coming from Reason, the previous version had separate tracks for midi and audio.
This version however, is in style with Reaper philosophy: Audio and Midi on the same track!

How to set it up?
Project settings
First of all, you need to change the project settings, to enable feedback.
This might sound tricky, but since you probably use Reason as well, you're used to the potential of having nasty feedback loops in your setups.
Without this setting the template will not work!, because the track with the ReWire 'effect' sends audio to an instrument track and receives midi from the same track.
Although that is known as feedback, it's the (good) kind we want in this case.



Track-Template (Reaper) and Rack (Reason)
Next we want to install the track template, so it will be available in Reaper.

Click this link to the track template (Reason-v0.4.zip which contains Reason-v0.4.RTrackTemplate)
to download the archive with the template.

Extract the template (Reason-v0.4.RTrackTemplate) to:

%appdata%\REAPER\TrackTemplates

(or %appdata%\REAPER64\TrackTemplates, Reaper x64 versions 3.13 and on).

(I would be happy to know how to set this up on a MAC, so if any of you wants instructions for the MAC, I need some help!)

Then we want a Reason rack that plays nicely with this setup, download here:

Reaper Rack.rns

You are free to use your own rack, this is just a rack with 16 combinators in which you can load/set-up whatever instruments/effects you want. Besides that, it playes nicely with the track template!

Save the rack somewhere handy.


How to play Reason from Reaper?
Open Reaper and create a new project (if that's not the default action).

Right click the TCP and chose the track template:



You should see that a couple of tracks are inserted and that Reason is started.

(If Reason does not start, close Reaper, make sure that Reason.exe is not running (with the task-manager) and that ReWire is installed and available in Reaper).

Next is to load the Rack into Reason:



If you have a midi keyboard installed (or using the Virtual Midi keyboard in Reaper), pressing a key should result in a weird sound being heard, as I included a sample synth in combinator 1.

NOTE Before you touch any of the just inserted tracks in Reaper, click 1 to unselect them all.

After inserting:



After selecting the first instrument track



Now it's time to play with your new setup!

*EXTRA'S*

* To be able to control and automate the parameters of the combinators in the rack from within Reaper, use the following plugin made available by Futures_Untold: http://www.mediafire.com/?1wvw4man3l2

* Some related threads:
- http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.p...=reason+rewire
- http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.p...omplete+reason (currently these plugs are offline, but should come back soon)
Thank you sooo much for this friend. Works beautifully.

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Old 09-14-2011, 01:23 PM   #30
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Default VSTi Omnisphere setup

My first contribution.

8 tracks Omnisphere setup.
Audio and Midi playing from same track

Setup
Copy into Templates folder
Changes in Project Settings (Alt+Enter)
->Advanced
Select - Allow Feedback in routing

Enjoy
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Old 11-09-2012, 10:25 AM   #31
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Default NI Maschine Template for Reaper

Hi guys my first contribution to this forum is something I cooked up for all you Maschine users out there.

Its basically a project template for Reaper, set up so you can record any audio you do live on Maschine straight into audio tracks in Reaper. Its like the Ableton arrange window but for Maschine, only a whole lot better. You can record performances on the fly or just use it for bouncing or mixing down. It also has MIDI outs set up too. Check it out and let me know what I can do to make it better. Oh and useful short cuts are F7 (mixer view) F8 (Maschine view) F9 (Media Explorer view)

You can view my full post on my website here:
http://www.rosswinter.co.uk/2012/11/...r-ni-maschine/

Download Template/Project files here:
http://www.4shared.com/rar/eximyUl8/..._Template.html
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Old 12-07-2012, 03:42 PM   #32
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OK, here are some presets for ReEQ.

http://www.cockos.com/~glazfolk/ReaEQMisc.RPL

Right click, save link as and save the file to your hard disk.

Open ReaEQ in any track FX Window, click on the three little dots in FX window, then Load Presets and import the file.

Please remember though that presets are starting points, not final destinations. Be prepared to tweak!
When I click on the three dots, a pop up opens with nothing in it.

When I look in the drop down there's a bunch of stuff, but I don't think it's from this pre-set. How can it be? I haven't loaded it yet.

All I see seems to be the Reaper pre-set set.

Not sure how to load this.
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Old 01-23-2013, 08:58 PM   #33
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Default Leslie Speaker Simulator

Hi guys,
I made up an effective (and exaggerated) rotating speaker effect by chaining JS Guitars Flanger then JS Tremolo, both in the REAPER VST list. The tremolo should be set deep with a LFO setting 2-8 Hz, and this can be varied in an envelope. This makes even a cheesy organ patch sound cool.
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Old 05-04-2013, 08:05 PM   #34
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Default ReaDrumsPRO

Hola!

***Follow the link in my signature for the download***

This is just an extension of jamester's ReaDrums, which allows for programming all your drum hits (kick, snare, hi-hats, etc.) on one track via MIDI, and also allows for your kicks and snares to be layered and processed separately! I only did multiple kicks and snares because I only really layer my kicks and snares for a 'unique' sound. Hope you guys like it!

Thanks,
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Default Addictive Drums Multi out and Names

here's my most used Track template these days, for addictive drums, multi outs and notes named
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Old 02-02-2014, 02:22 AM   #36
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Default Midi Guru's Please help !

(I'm a midi almost virgin) I am running BFD 3 in Reaper, but if I import a midi file, set my drum track to BFD, the key mapping is all wrong.
I have tried the transpose by key and semitones, but nothing gets the right kit piece. I understand I can trade and swap pieces, but I'm dealing with Rush midi's and that is a nightmare.

Suggestions?
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Old 02-16-2014, 04:01 PM   #37
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Default Tablas Template

Hi People,

I've Just uploaded (on the stash page) a simple 'Tablas' template that I've been messing with of late.

The samples [Tabla Kit Large] are freely available from sampleswap.org
Just register, then you can download them easily, as well as some other goodies on there too.

I'm still quite new to using 'ReaSamplomatic' so any suggestions for improvements etc are most welcome.

Anyhow, Hope u dig, let me know what u think
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Old 12-07-2014, 03:28 PM   #38
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I'm not sure if this has been discussed before - sorry I'm a newbie. My background: I moved into the DAW world recently, coming from the standalone Boss BR1180cd world after its hard drive finally died. One of the features of the BR is that you could mixdown/bounce to 2 stereo tracks and then master. The built-in mastering allowed one to do auto and linear fade ins and fade outs. It also had several typical mastering scenarios such as live acoustic, dance, live, etc. There seemed to be some kind of built-in exciter/enhancer FX to liven up and add sparkle to the final mix.

Maybe wishful thinking but I'm wondering if this quick and easy capability exists in Reaper. If not, is there an aftermarket plug-in? Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-07-2014, 03:49 PM   #39
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Maybe wishful thinking but I'm wondering if this quick and easy capability exists in Reaper. If not, is there an aftermarket plug-in? Thanks in advance.
Post #2 in http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=52382

has some free master bus effects listed.

REAPER has two exciters in the JS effects, stillwell and LOSER. Just search 'excite' in the plugins list.
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Old 12-28-2014, 03:04 PM   #40
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Post #2 in http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=52382

has some free master bus effects listed.

REAPER has two exciters in the JS effects, stillwell and LOSER. Just search 'excite' in the plugins list.
Thanks hamish
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