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Old 10-18-2019, 02:53 AM   #1
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Default Fantasic tutorial on Epic music - I love this kind of music

https://youtu.be/KWycfHqnU6E

Well...he's using Studio One, what the heck. I notice when he move the mouse over tracks in automatically gets armed for recordning and monitoring / or maybe he is clicking on the track. Is this doable in Reaper? Mouse Modifier maybe? Custom Action?

The sound is huge. I don't own those libraries or Kontakt for that matter. But with some doubling of what I have I might getting there with alot of practice.

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Looks like he selects a track and then its auto-armed. In Reaper look for "Automatic record-arm when track selected".
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Looks like he selects a track and then its auto-armed. In Reaper look for "Automatic record-arm when track selected".
Thanks, found it!
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