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Old 07-30-2020, 08:29 PM   #1
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Default Recording and marking Zoom conference calls

I have been using Audacity to record a lot of Zoom conference based education and have recently purchased Reaper. In Audacity with a Blue Yeti, I have WASAPI set as the Audio Host, the Microphone set as Speakers (Yeti Stereo Microphone)(Loopback), and the Speakers set as the Yeti Speakers, stereo earbuds.

How would I do a similar thing in Reaper? And is there any way to mark significant sections of the recording as it is happening?

With thanks,
Hakim

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Old 07-30-2020, 08:45 PM   #2
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WASAPI set as the Audio Host
Options > Preferences > Audio > Device > Audio system > WASAPI
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the Microphone set as Speakers
Now, that's a little confusing....
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the Speakers set as the Yeti Speakers, stereo earbuds.
You'll find Input/Output devices on the same page as the Audio system:
Options > Preferences > Audio > Device

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And is there any way to mark significant sections of the recording as it is happening?
Press M on your keyboard to create numbered markers.

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Old 07-30-2020, 09:50 PM   #3
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Welcome to the forums.
Options > Preferences > Audio > Device > Audio system > WASAPI

Now, that's a little confusing....

You'll find Input/Output devices on the same page as the Audio system:
Options > Preferences > Audio > Device

Press M on your keyboard to create numbered markers.

HTH
Thanks for your reply Fex, and for the welcome.

I know it seems confusing but that is what works on Audacity, documented in several places on the WWW. Presumably it is channeling the audio that comes through the Yeti headphones into Audacity as well as interacting normally within Zoom. With those settings, Audacity won't record until Zoom is started and stops when the Zoom call stops.

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Old 07-31-2020, 03:16 PM   #4
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Default The question still remains ...

How do I do in Reaper what I described doing in Audacity in my original post?

[img]AudacitySettings.png[/img]

These settings allow me to fully participate in a Zoom conference/seminar and record the audio of the session. Can I do this in Reaper
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Old 08-01-2020, 10:01 AM   #5
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Yes.
Click Routing icon on the Master track, add a new hardware output, to send audio wherever you want it to go.
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