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Old 06-30-2010, 07:09 AM   #1
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Default Reaper Explained - Don't Fear Reaper - Video Tutorials!!!

Just wanted to announce the release of my new Reaper Tutorials.

Reaper Explained - Don't Fear Reaper

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Reaper Explained - DON'T FEAR THE REAPER!

Reaper is fast becoming a truly powerful and efficient DAW, are you up to speed on it? The amazing Kenny Gioia breaks it all down for you in this awesome, in-depth series of video tutorials focusing on Cockos Reaper.

You'll learn about project creation, templates, routing, editing, using plug-ins, automation, rendering and exporting, MIDI, markers and regions and so much more. After viewing this collection, you'll be able to work and navigate Reaper like a seasoned pro. More and more people are switching to Reaper everyday, don't get left behind, and don't fear the Reaper!

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• 26 Tutorials / Over 4 Hours Total Runtime
• For all beginner to intermediate Cockos Reaper users
• Tutorials written by multi-platinum selling producer Kenny Gioia
• Simple to use video control interface for Mac & PC
I want to thank everyone and this forum for their support.

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Old 06-30-2010, 07:13 AM   #2
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Congrats, man!


This will prove useful for many new users, I hope!
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:17 AM   #3
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May I quote from extracts from your text ?

...AMAZING...

Good job, Kenny !

Will have a look at them tonite.

...and btw, you gonna have to change your signature, it´s outdatedEdit: Done
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:19 AM   #4
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I really think it will.

This isn't a sales pitch. I really believe that Reaper is hands down the best composing and editing DAW out there. It's just different enough from the others, that a lot of people try it and just go back to their previous DAW. The learning curve is surprisingly steep for such a simple program.

But the beauty of it is that once you get past that initial step, you're golden. It's fast. Simple. And you're hooked. I know I am. Editing in any other DAW (not mentioning names) is brutal for me now.

Thanks.
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:24 AM   #5
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I really think it will.

This isn't a sales pitch. I really believe that Reaper is hands down the best composing and editing DAW out there. It's just different enough from the others, that a lot of people try it and just go back to their previous DAW. The learning curve is surprisingly steep for such a simple program.

But the beauty of it is that once you get past that initial step, you're golden. It's fast. Simple. And you're hooked. I know I am. Editing in any other DAW (not mentioning names) is brutal for me now.

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Wow.

Have you discussed this with your peers over at GS?




P.S. - Can you please convince ChrisJ to port his NC-17 plugin over to PC? I've offered him a free PC to develop it on, but he's still refusing. Maybe you could make him an offer that he cannot refuse ....so to speak.

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Old 06-30-2010, 01:09 PM   #6
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Wow.

Have you discussed this with your peers over at GS?




P.S. - Can you please convince ChrisJ to port his NC-17 plugin over to PC? I've offered him a free PC to develop it on, but he's still refusing. Maybe you could make him an offer that he cannot refuse ....so to speak.

BTW, I meant no ill-will or anything in my comments, I just know that GS has a group of folks who are pretty committed to their own methodologies (in regards to anything) and are pretty inflexible in trying out/embracing newer options when they are presented ...unless of course it's some kind of uber-expensive nibnob that's in favor at the moment.



Anywho, the intro tutorial looks great and I'll probably purchase the set to help extend my knowledge base, which tends to remain rather inflexibly fixed (funny how that worked out, no?) to how I learned to do things through blood sweat and tears ...and the REAPER forum, or course.
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Old 06-30-2010, 01:14 PM   #7
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I watched the intro video, excellent job. I even picked up a new trick I didn't know about yet.
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Old 06-30-2010, 01:31 PM   #8
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BTW, I meant no ill-will or anything in my comments, I just know that GS has a group of folks who are pretty committed to their own methodologies (in regards to anything) and are pretty inflexible in trying out/embracing newer options when they are presented ...unless of course it's some kind of uber-expensive nibnob that's in favor at the moment.



Anywho, the intro tutorial looks great and I'll probably purchase the set to help extend my knowledge base, which tends to remain rather inflexibly fixed (funny how that worked out, no?) to how I learned to do things through blood sweat and tears ...and the REAPER forum, or course.
No offense taken. I'm actually more interested to see how my loyal Pro Tools fan base is going to take it.

I'm really digging both at the moment. Starting a song in Reaper and staying there until mixing time. Then over to Pro Tools. Reaper just makes it so easy to go back and forth. I can actually do vocals in hotel rooms if I want.

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I watched the intro video, excellent job. I even picked up a new trick I didn't know about yet.
Hey. These are not supposed to be Tips and Tricks. That's next.

Seriously, I'm surprised you picked up any in that video. You'll probably find a few in each of the others.
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:30 AM   #9
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I watched the free preview, it looks great.

I am also impressed that the 10 minute preview appears to be a single take! Even if it's not a single take, it speaks well for your editing skills that it seems like one

(OK, I re watched, it's more than one take. Still, nice performance!)
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:33 AM   #10
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Thanks Kenny. Downloading.
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:34 AM   #11
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I watched the free preview, it looks great.

I am also impressed that the 10 minute preview appears to be a single take! Even if it's not a single take, it speaks well for your editing skills that it seems like one

(OK, I re watched, it's more than one take. Still, nice performance!)
If you saw how many takes it was you'd run me out of town. lol

My video editing skills far outweigh my ability to run a video tutorial in one pass.
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:40 AM   #12
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Thanks for sharing your experiences, I'm pretty sure many many people will gain tons of knowledge with these tutorials. Ill try to watch the preview tonight
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:51 AM   #13
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Nice preview Kenny. Without looking at your details while I write this, are you from the East Coast? Your voice has that NY / Jersey tone.
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:54 AM   #14
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Kenny,

Nice job! The preview looks great. In the past there have been alot people asking for Reaper video tutorials... their wait is over!

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I watched the free preview, it looks great.

I am also impressed that the 10 minute preview appears to be a single take! Even if it's not a single take, it speaks well for your editing skills that it seems like one

(OK, I re watched, it's more than one take. Still, nice performance!)
We are given some very cool software, Kenny is a master, but it even makes my stuff look like a one take wonder!
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wow...thanks

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Old 07-01-2010, 03:14 AM   #17
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Just wanted to announce the release of my new Reaper Tutorials.

Reaper Explained - Don't Fear Reaper



I want to thank everyone and this forum for their support.

Thank you.

Thanks!
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Old 07-01-2010, 09:16 PM   #18
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Just wanted to announce the release of my new Reaper Tutorials.

Reaper Explained - Don't Fear Reaper



I want to thank everyone and this forum for their support.

Thank you.
this is freaking incredible!!!!! so stoked
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Old 07-08-2010, 02:34 PM   #19
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I loved the sample so have purchased it! It is downloading right now. By the way Kenny, I have never used Pro-tools but have recorded to it in many-a-studio. I am a 45 year old musician and have even recorded to 2 inch tape in my time. I am also familiar with some of your work, so it's awesome to see you on this forum. I think that your dual DAW approach is good for some of the Reaper elitists; whatever gets the job done is what a person should use. I will say that it was on the last project I recorded in a PT studio that the engineer recommended Reaper to me (after I had already begun to tinker with it). Since then, he is slowly migrating to an all Reaper studio. Anyway, thanks for your super-valuable input and good luck with your own work.

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Old 07-09-2010, 09:44 AM   #20
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from the unofficial reaper chat:

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Somebody tell me who the hell is Kenny Gioia and why the hell should he be paid a bunch of money for what users have been getting in here free off bbb/myself and various other users ?
- not my words, not how i feel, but maybe a good question to answer?
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Many people HAVE contributed much to Reaper. But to answer the question;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Gioia


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Many people HAVE contributed much to Reaper. But to answer the question;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Gioia


Just try to learn from other peoples experience and success.
I agree totally
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:29 AM   #23
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My take is this. I am more a "visual" learner. One of those people that you just have to show me real quick and I am good. I have downloaded and printed the complete REAPER Manual and there is alot there to go over. BUT....with my job (Army), I don't have a whole lot of time to read 400+ pages. Sitting down and watching a quick 10-min video is way better for me.

So in the end....I had $40, and it works for me. And it's all in one place. To each their own I guess.
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:33 AM   #24
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IMHO... these tutorials are very good and offer an alternative way to learn about some of the features in Reaper. I think these videos are an asset to the Reaper community and will be a great help to get new users up to speed (also good for not so 'new' users).

That said... they're not mandatory, if you're not interested, that's okay.

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Old 07-12-2010, 11:16 AM   #25
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I Bought it yesterday and watched 2/3 of the videos. Well worth the money. Of course I wish there was more, but that is the problem with good things: they leave you hungry for more

Many of the topics I knew, but there is always something more to learn.

Very well explained, maybe if Mr Gioia would talk a little bit more slowly it would be more comfortable for non-native speakers.

Great work, I am looking forward to Reaper Explained - The next step
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Old 07-22-2010, 06:51 PM   #26
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Got these, saw them all in one sitting, learned a bunch and will definitely refer back to them. Thanks, a real bargain.

Next to the tutorials Camel Audio made for Alchemy, these are some of the best videos I've seen, and I can't help but think Reaper would get way past critical mass in market penetration if these were freely available so people wondering whether they should get Reaper or go with a competitor could watch these to help make up their mind. Really, for me, the value of Reaper really went up.

I see people from Groove 3 are posting in this thread also, that's cool. Just wanted to let you know that if you expand on the Reaper-section, I'm sure to invest in the material in the future.

Regarding some of the other input you've gotten in this thread, I realize that people are different. I really like fast talkers, as long as the pronunciation is good, it helps keep my attention. So these videos were good for me. There is a certain degree of repetition, but I don't mind, it helps the concepts sink in for me (for me it's better to have something explained twice and quickly than once and slowly). Also, I agree that it would be great to have the keystrokes superimposed on the video, either added as a post processing or using a keycaster.

Thanks again, looking forward to future videos.
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.....these were freely available.....
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"Funny thing is many of us have made pretty good money with that pile o'sh*t. I take it you haven't"

With pretty much anything but ProTools, yes I have ( Cubase, Nuendo, and Live come to mind, Reaper I use for my own personal projects as clients don't know about it and usually like to hear familiar names ), and for the last 10 years or so... And since I'm still entitled to my opinion, I'll stick to it.

I'm sure it works for you and it seems to work for other people as well, but after trying it last year to see what I was missing, I'm reassured I'm not missing anything and that it is in fact an outdated counter-intuitive piece of software and hardware sold for an outrageous price. The control surfaces/mixing boards ( Icon and Venue ) are very nice though, and if I could integrate an Icon with Cubase or Reaper flawlessly, I'd probably get one in a heartbeat. But the software... Sorry, but you couldn't convince me to use it instead of pretty much anything else, especially Live or Reaper.
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Fair Enough. But back to the topic, Kenny's videos are stellar and I don't mind the fast talking. I actually prefer it. I can't stand watching tutorials when the instructor talks too slow. I'm a very impatient guy and I find Kenny's "speed" perfect so I don't get bored. LOL!
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Fair Enough. But back to the topic, Kenny's videos are stellar and I don't mind the fast talking. I actually prefer it. I can't stand watching tutorials when the instructor talks too slow. I'm a very impatient guy and I find Kenny's "speed" perfect so I don't get bored. LOL!
Agreed on that. And it's cool to get 12 hours worth of tutorials and only pay for about 4 of them...
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Oh, I fully understand about Context, but am just surprised that a free post has came up so quickly! LOL
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Oh, I fully understand about Context, but am just surprised that a free post has came up so quickly! LOL
Ah! HEHEHE! No, I'm not asking for these to be free, at least it's not a personal goal, as I already paid for them, and am very happy with the purchase. I was thinking more in terms of a marketing strategy. Camel Audio does it for Alchemy (as I mentioned, go to YouTube and check out these: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwC4s...x=0&playnext=1, but please don't do so if you don't have the money to spend), and our Swedish Propellerheads friends do the same.

As a marketing strategy this work very well, take it from me, I own both Alchemy and Reason/Record, mainly because of the demonstration videos. I am really happy with both products, but I wouldn't have bought them if I didn't get a quick video introduction to illustrate their power.

So, really, not asking for free stuff from Mr. Gioia, just hinting to the overlords at Cockos that spending money to have videos created at this level of quality is a great way to market excellent software.
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Old 07-23-2010, 02:35 PM   #34
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Reaper Explained - Don't Fear Reaper
Hey Kenny - I teach at a local audio school, and these look like really valuable resources (we also teach Logic and ProTools via similar videos, at least in part). I'm definitely the Reaperhead at our school - have you got an academic/educational price strategy in mind? If so I can pass the info on to the administration.

- K

[by the way, you might want to tell your e-commerce guys that people that live in Canada don't have states - they have provinces, and the mandatory "state" field does not contain valid options for us]

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Hey Kenny - I teach at a local audio school, and these look like really valuable resources (we also teach Logic and ProTools via similar videos, at least in part). I'm definitely the Reaperhead at our school - have you got an academic/educational price strategy in mind? If so I can pass the info on to the administration.

- K

[by the way, you might want to tell your e-commerce guys that people that live in Canada don't have states - they have provinces, and the mandatory "state" field does not contain valid options for us]
I'm sure they'll be here in a bit.

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I just now bought my own copy retail - really looking forward to checking it out!

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Hi, How do I down load the trial Reaper?
I have a Windows Vista and it looks like there are a number of files to download...not sure which one of the following files to download to get the trial?

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Windows (4.9MB installer)
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whitebaba,

Just so you know... the trial version is *full* featured, it is not crippled.

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found the navigation vid very helpful. more more more
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