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13.15 Note Creating and Editing....................................................................................................240
13.16 Using the Keyboard.............................................................................................................241
13.17 Transposing Notes...............................................................................................................242
13.18 General MIDI Program Patches.............................................................................................242
13.19 MIDI Preview Scrub.............................................................................................................242
13.20 MIDI Editor Modes and Views...............................................................................................243
13.20.1 Note Modes.......................................................................................................................243
13.20.2 Note Styles........................................................................................................................244
13.21 Quantizing MIDI Data..........................................................................................................245
13.22 Input Quantization...............................................................................................................246
13.23 Humanize Notes..................................................................................................................247
13.24 F3 - The Panic Button..........................................................................................................247
13.25 Using the MIDI Editor: a Basic Exercise.................................................................................247
13.26 Working with Multiple MIDI Tracks and/or Items (Overview)...................................................249
13.27 Managing Multiple MIDI Tracks and Items.............................................................................250
13.28 Editing Multiple MIDI Items..................................................................................................251
13.29 MIDI Editor Mouse Modifiers................................................................................................252
13.30 MIDI Editor Actions.............................................................................................................253
13.31 In-Line MIDI Editing............................................................................................................254
13.32 Copying MIDI Items in Arrange View.....................................................................................255
13.33 Joining MIDI Items..............................................................................................................256
13.34 MIDI Preferences Settings....................................................................................................256
13.35 MIDI Output Direct to an External Synth...............................................................................257
13.36 Exporting Project MIDI.........................................................................................................257
13.37 Feedback Routing with MIDI Tracks......................................................................................257
13.38 MIDI Routing, MIDI Buses and ReWire..................................................................................257
13.39 ReaControlMIDI...................................................................................................................258
13.40 Some MIDI Plug-ins.............................................................................................................259
13.41 MIDI Controlled Pitch Shift with ReaVoice..............................................................................259
13.42 JS: IX/MIDI_Router.............................................................................................................261
13.43 Working with Piano Roll Synced to Project Arrange View.........................................................261
13.44 The Scale Finder.................................................................................................................262
13.45 Sequencer Megababy...........................................................................................................262
13.46 Using MIDI CC Messages to Control FX Presets......................................................................263
14 Customization: Actions, Mouse Modifiers, Menus and Toolbars............................266
14.1 Introduction..........................................................................................................................266
14.2 REAPER Actions Essentials.....................................................................................................266
14.3 The Action List Editor Environment.........................................................................................267
14.4 Creating a New Keyboard Shortcut.........................................................................................270
14.5 Removing an Existing Shortcut...............................................................................................271
14.6 Changing an Existing Key Assignment.....................................................................................271
14.7 Examples of Possible Simple Keystroke Assignments.................................................................272
14.8 Keyboard Shortcuts for Recording...........................................................................................272
14.9 Keyboard Shortcuts for the MIDI Editor...................................................................................273
14.10 Keyboard Shortcuts for the Media Explorer............................................................................273
14.11 Assigning Actions to the Mousewheel....................................................................................274
14.12 Exporting and Importing Keyboard Shortcuts.........................................................................274
14.13 Creating Custom Action Macros............................................................................................274
14.14 MIDI Editor Custom Macros..................................................................................................276
14.15 Importing Scripts.................................................................................................................276
14.16 Using a Control Device with REAPER.....................................................................................277
14.17 Meta Actions.......................................................................................................................279
14.18 Mouse Modifiers..................................................................................................................280
14.19 Saving and Restoring Mouse Modifier Settings.......................................................................282
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Up and Running: A REAPER User Guide v 5.12
14.20 MIDI Editor Mouse Modifiers................................................................................................282
14.21 Customizing the REAPER Menus...........................................................................................284
14.22 Customizing the REAPER Toolbars.........................................................................................286
14.23 Creating Additional Custom Toolbars.....................................................................................289
14.24 Creating Smart Tools...........................................................................................................290
14.25 The Toolbar Docker.............................................................................................................291
15 REAPER Plug-ins in Action.....................................................................................292
15.1 What Are Plug-ins?................................................................................................................292
15.2 The Three Laws of Plug-ins....................................................................................................292
15.3 The Five Types of Plug-in.......................................................................................................292
15.4 Adjusting Plug-in Parameter Controls......................................................................................293
15.5 Sound Shaping Effects: ReaEQ...............................................................................................293
15.6 Time Based Effects: Delay......................................................................................................294
15.7 Volume Changing Plug-ins: the Limiter....................................................................................295
15.8 Analytical Plug-ins: the GFXAnalyzer.......................................................................................296
15.9 Using FX Presets...................................................................................................................296
15.10 Time Based Effects: ReaVerb................................................................................................297
15.11 Volume Control with Compression: ReaComp.........................................................................299
15.12 LOSER’s Transients Plug-ins..................................................................................................300
15.13 Liteon's De-Esser.................................................................................................................300
15.14 Volume Control with a Noise Gate.........................................................................................300
15.15 Sstillwell Chorus and Delay Effects........................................................................................301
15.16 Noise Reduction with ReaFir.................................................................................................302
15.17 Multiband Compression with ReaXComp................................................................................303
15.18 LOSER’s TimeDifference Pan.................................................................................................305
15.19 LOSER’s Exciter...................................................................................................................305
15.20 SSTillwell's HugeBooty.........................................................................................................305
15.21 Some Unusual JS Plug-ins....................................................................................................305
15.21.1 Utility/bufsave....................................................................................................................305
15.21.2 Sstillwell/thunderkick..........................................................................................................306
15.21.3 Remaincalm_org/tonegate...................................................................................................306
15.22 Some Guitar FX Plug-ins.......................................................................................................307
15.23 Some Other REAPER JS Plug-ins...........................................................................................307
15.24 Bridging and VST Plug-in Run Mode......................................................................................310
15.25 Third Party Plug-in Presets ..................................................................................................310
15.26 Losing the Graphic User Interface (GUI)................................................................................311
16 More REAPER Routing Examples...........................................................................312
16.1 Controlled Bleed....................................................................................................................312
16.2 Splitting Channels.................................................................................................................313
16.3 Full and Fat Vocals with ReaDelay...........................................................................................315
16.4 REAPER Send Types..............................................................................................................316
16.5 Channel Splitting and Pitch Shifting.........................................................................................317
16.6 Audio Ducking.......................................................................................................................318
16.7 Double Ducking.....................................................................................................................320
16.8 Using VCA for Track Volume Control........................................................................................321
16.9 Multi Output VSTi Plug-ins.....................................................................................................322
16.10 Using Parent Channels.........................................................................................................323
16.11 Parallel FX Processing with the Channel Mixers.......................................................................323
16.12 More Parallel FX Processing..................................................................................................325
16.13 Channel Splitting and Parallel Processing with Item Take FX....................................................325
16.14 Other Channel Routing Plug-ins (Overview)...........................................................................325
16.15 REAPER’s Routing Interface..................................................................................................326
16.16 ReaSamplomatic and ReaDrums...........................................................................................326
16.17 Round-Robin Multisampling..................................................................................................328
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16.18 Multichannel Track VU Meters...............................................................................................330
16.19 Surround Panning with ReaSurround.....................................................................................330
16.20 Routing to/from Other Applications with ReWire.....................................................................332
16.21 Introducing ReaRoute..........................................................................................................333
17 Automation with Envelopes...................................................................................334
17.1 Understanding Automation.....................................................................................................334
17.2 Automation Envelope Methods................................................................................................334
17.3 The Track Envelopes Window.................................................................................................335
17.4 Available Track and Send Envelopes........................................................................................335
17.5 Writing Automation................................................................................................................336
17.6 Envelope Points Options.........................................................................................................337
17.7 Writing Mute Automation.......................................................................................................338
17.8 Automation Modes.................................................................................................................338
17.9 Global Automation Override....................................................................................................339
17.10 The Envelope Panel Controls.................................................................................................339
17.11 Manually Adjusting Envelopes...............................................................................................340
17.12 Using the Mouse with Envelopes...........................................................................................341
17.13 Envelope Edit Mouse Modifiers..............................................................................................341
17.14 Managing Automation Envelope Display.................................................................................342
17.15 The Envelope Panel Controls.................................................................................................343
17.16 Managing and Manipulating Envelopes..................................................................................344
17.17 Envelope Shapes.................................................................................................................345
17.18 Envelopes in Track Templates...............................................................................................345
17.19 Envelope Preferences...........................................................................................................345
17.20 Using an Envelopes Toolbar..................................................................................................346
17.21 Locking Envelopes...............................................................................................................346
17.22 Automation With Grouped Track Parameters..........................................................................347
17.23 Moving and Copying Envelopes with Items.............................................................................347
17.24 Automation with Track Sends................................................................................................348
17.25 Automation with FX Parameters............................................................................................349
17.26 FX Parameter Automation in Learn Mode...............................................................................350
17.27 Automating a VST with MIDI CC Messages............................................................................350
17.28 Automating FX Parameters on the Fly....................................................................................351
17.29 Automation with Item Take and Take FX Parameters...............................................................351
17.30 Automation with Hardware Output Sends..............................................................................352
17.31 Automating Automation........................................................................................................352
17.32 Actions for Managing Envelopes............................................................................................352
17.33 Automating the Metronome..................................................................................................353
17.34 Tempo/Time Signature and Play Speed Envelopes..................................................................353
18 Automation with Parameter Modulation...............................................................354
18.1 The Concept.........................................................................................................................354
18.2 The Interface........................................................................................................................354
18.3 Defining a Parameter for Modulation.......................................................................................355
18.4 Defining a Parameter for Modification.....................................................................................357
18.5 Parameter Modulation with Audio Control................................................................................357
18.6 Using an LFO Shape with Parameter Modulation......................................................................359
18.7 Using Parameter Modulation for Dynamic Compression.............................................................360
18.8 Bypass Mode........................................................................................................................361
18.9 Parameter Modulation Under Parameter Control.......................................................................361
18.10 Using Parameter Modulation with an Envelope.......................................................................362
18.11 Parameter Modulation under Sidechain Audio Control.............................................................363
18.12 Using MIDI Links for Parameter Modulation...........................................................................364
18.13 Further Applications.............................................................................................................366
18.14 Managing FX Parameters in the Project Bay...........................................................................366
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Up and Running: A REAPER User Guide v 5.12
19 Using REAPER with Video......................................................................................368
19.1 Simple Video Editing..............................................................................................................368
19.2 Video Effects.........................................................................................................................370
19.3 Working with Multiple Video Tracks.........................................................................................371
19.4 Video Processor Parameter Controls........................................................................................375
19.5 Video Effects Presets (Examples)............................................................................................375
19.6 Understanding Video Formats.................................................................................................376
19.7 REAPER Video Processing Tips................................................................................................377
19.8 REAPER Video Settings and Preferences..................................................................................377
19.9 Video Workflow Tips..............................................................................................................378
19.10 Making a Home Music Video on a Budget..............................................................................379
20 Exporting Files, Mixing Down and Rendering........................................................380
20.1 Introduction..........................................................................................................................380
20.2 Batch File Conversion............................................................................................................380
20.3 Consolidating and Exporting...................................................................................................381
20.4 Rendering A Project...............................................................................................................382
20.5 Rendering a Finished Song.....................................................................................................385
20.6 Batch Rendering....................................................................................................................385
20.7 Rendering Selected Media Items.............................................................................................386
20.8 Rendering Regions................................................................................................................386
20.9 Burning an Audio CD with REAPER..........................................................................................388
20.10 Saving Live Output to Disk...................................................................................................390
20.11 Using Presets......................................................................................................................391
20.12 Rendering in Surround Format..............................................................................................391
20.13 Rendering a Video Project....................................................................................................392
21 REAPER's Preferences and Other Settings ............................................................394
21.1 Introduction..........................................................................................................................394
21.2 General Preferences..............................................................................................................394
21.2.1 Import and Export Configuration............................................................................................395
21.2.2 Paths and Keyboards............................................................................................................396
21.3 Main Project Preferences........................................................................................................396
21.3.1 Project Track/Send Defaults ..................................................................................................397
21.3.2 Media Item Defaults.............................................................................................................398
21.4 Audio Configuration and Settings............................................................................................398
21.5 Audio Preferences.................................................................................................................400
21.5.1 Audio Buffering ...................................................................................................................401
21.5.2 Audio Playback.....................................................................................................................402
21.5.3 Audio Seeking......................................................................................................................402
21.5.4 Audio Recording...................................................................................................................402
21.5.5 Audio Loop Recording...........................................................................................................402
21.5.6 Audio Rendering ..................................................................................................................403
21.6 Appearance Preferences........................................................................................................403
21.6.1 Appearance Media................................................................................................................404
21.6.2 Appearance, Peaks/Waveforms..............................................................................................405
21.6.3 Appearance Fades/Crossfades...............................................................................................406
21.6.4 Appearance, Track Control Panels..........................................................................................406
21.7 Editing Behavior Preferences..................................................................................................407
21.7.1 Editing Behavior, Envelope Display.........................................................................................408
21.7.2 Editing Behavior, Automation.................................................................................................409
21.7.3 Editing Behavior, Mouse Preferences.......................................................................................410
21.7.4 Editing Preferences, MIDI Editor............................................................................................411
21.8  Media Preferences................................................................................................................412
21.8.1 Media, MIDI Preferences.......................................................................................................413
21.8.2 Media, Video/REX/Misc Preferences........................................................................................413
21.9 Plug-ins Preferences..............................................................................................................414
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21.9.1 Plug-ins, Compatibility..........................................................................................................414
21.9.2 Plug-ins, VST ......................................................................................................................414
21.9.3 Plug-ins, ReWire/DX ............................................................................................................414
21.9.4 Plug-ins, ReaScript ..............................................................................................................415
21.9.5 Plug-ins, ReaMote ...............................................................................................................415
21.10 Custom UI Tweaks...............................................................................................................415
21.11 Project and File Management...............................................................................................415
21.12 Customizing the Performance Meter......................................................................................416
21.13 Customizing Undo History Behavior.......................................................................................416
21.14 Reset REAPER Default Settings.............................................................................................417
21.15 Some Other REAPER Options................................................................................................417
22 Main Right-Click Context Menus Summary...........................................................418
22.1 The Track Control Panel Context Menu....................................................................................418
22.2 The Empty Track List Area Context Menu................................................................................418
22.3 The Timeline and Ruler Context Menu.....................................................................................419
22.4 The Media Items Context Menu..............................................................................................419
22.5 The Media Items Context Sub-Menus......................................................................................420
22.6 The Record Arm Context Menu...............................................................................................422
22.7 The Envelopes Context Menu.................................................................................................422
22.8 The Transport Bar Context Menu............................................................................................423
22.9 The Routing Matrix Context Menu...........................................................................................424
22.10 The FX Window Context Menu..............................................................................................424
22.11 The Media Explorer Context Menu.........................................................................................425
23 Using REAPER with Other Applications and Devices.............................................426
23.1 What is ReaRoute?................................................................................................................426
23.2 Setting Up Applications for ReaRoute......................................................................................426
23.3 Sending Audio from REAPER to Another Application.................................................................427
23.4 Sending Audio From Another DAW App to REAPER...................................................................428
23.5 Using REAPER With a Synth Workstation.................................................................................428
23.6 Syncing to an External Device................................................................................................428
23.7 Generating and Sending Timecode..........................................................................................430
23.8 Slaving REAPER to MIDI Sequencer Software..........................................................................430
23.9 ReaMote...............................................................................................................................430
23.10 REAPER and NINJAM...........................................................................................................431
23.11 ReaScript............................................................................................................................431
24 Troubleshooting REAPER.......................................................................................432
24.1 Input/Output Issues..............................................................................................................432
24.2 REAPER Interface Issues........................................................................................................434
24.3 Troubleshooting Record Modes and Monitoring........................................................................435
Index.........................................................................................................................438
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Summary List of Step by Step Exercises ….
As well as explanations of REAPER's features and guidance on how you can use them, this User Guide contains a number of 
step-by-step actual examples which are designed to help you learn. These are summarised below:
Creating a default FX chain.............................................43
Layered recording..........................................................62
Non-destructive punch recording....................................63
Recording multiple takes................................................64
Recording a MIDI track..................................................70
Creating and using track folders......................................96
Creating an FX bus.........................................................97
Track and track parameter grouping..............................100
Master/slave grouping..................................................102
The track grouping window..........................................102
Copying track FX..........................................................113
Editing and auditioning media items..............................137
Grouping media items..................................................143
Creating and using markers..........................................162
Creating and using regions...........................................165
Using media cues.........................................................168
Working with FX in the Mixer........................................189
Using the width/stereo panner......................................196
Master track channels (advanced).................................199
Track view screen sets..................................................211
MIDI Pitch shift with ReaVoice......................................259
Creating a custom keyboard shortcut............................269
Creating keyboard shortcuts for recording.....................271
Creating a custom action macro....................................274
Customising mouse modifiers........................................280
Customising REAPER's menus.......................................285
Create Custom Toolbar.................................................287
Creating a custom toolbar.............................................289
Using sound shaping FX (Intro).....................................292
Using time based FX (Intro)..........................................294
Using a limiter (Intro)...................................................294
Using reverb (Intro).....................................................296
Using a compressor (Intro)...........................................298
Using a noise gate (Intro).............................................300
Using noise reduction plug-ins (Intro)............................301
Using a multiband compressor (Intro)...........................302
Simple track routing.....................................................311
Parallel FX processing (Intermediate)............................314
Double ducking (Advanced)..........................................319
Using multi-output virtual instruments...........................321
Parallel FX processing (Advanced).................................322
Writing automation envelopes.......................................335
Editing automation envelopes (2)..................................339
Automating track sends................................................347
Automating FX parameters...........................................348
Parameter modulation with audio control.......................356
Parameter modulation for dynamic compression............359
Parameter modulation under parameter control.............360
Parameter modulation with sidechain control.................362
Summary List of Main Tables ….
This User Guide includes many instructional and summary tables. In addition to those in Chapter 21 (REAPER's Preferences 
and Other Settings) and Chapter 21 (Right-click Context Menu Summaries), the most important of these are:
REAPER's Install Options..................................................20
Installed File and Folder Locations....................................28
REAPER File Types...........................................................32
Navigating and Zooming Shortcuts....................................38
Track FX Management......................................................42
Loop and Time Selection Shortcuts...................................48
Takes Management..........................................................66
Coloring Tracks................................................................90
Move/Nudge Items........................................................126
Marquee Modifiers.........................................................126
Take Sets and Comp Management (1).............................156
Take Sets and Comp Management (2).............................157
Take Actions..................................................................158
Markers.........................................................................162
Regions.........................................................................165
Managing FX in the Mixer...............................................187
Managing Sends in the Mixer..........................................190
Windows Screen Sets.....................................................194
Using multiple dockers...................................................219
Commonly used CC messages........................................230
MIDI Editor: Keyboard Shortcuts.....................................240
Managing Custom Action Macros.....................................274
Customising the REAPER Menus......................................283
Customising the Main Toolbar.........................................286
Guitar FX Plug-ins..........................................................306
Sample JS Plug-ins.........................................................306
Channel Routing Plug-ins................................................324
Track Parameter and Send Envelopes..............................334
Automation Modes.........................................................338
Editing Envelopes...........................................................340
Managing Automation Display.........................................341
Manipulating Envelopes..................................................343
Parameter Modulation....................................................354
Project Rendering Examples...........................................383
Troubleshooting REAPER................................................431
Record Modes and Monitoring.........................................435
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Up and Running: A REAPER User Guide v 5.12
18
1 - Setting Up and Getting Started
1
Setting Up and Getting Started
1.1
Downloading REAPER
To download REAPER, visit the download page http://www.cockos.com/reaper/download.php. Read the on-
screen information carefully (especially about 32 bit and 64 bit) and be sure to select the correct version for 
your computer. If you keep the program for more than 60 days then you must purchase a license. To purchase 
your REAPER license, go to http://www.cockos.com/reaper/purchase.php
REAPER icon from the Applications folder on to the Dock. We strongly recommend that you should also, under 
System Preferences, ensure that for your Mouse right click is enabled as a secondary button.
1.3
Installing REAPER on a Windows PC
To install REAPER on a PC with Windows you should follow this sequence:
1. In Windows Explorer, find 
the install file. The file 
name includes the current 
version number, e.g. 
reaper50-install.exe.
2. Double click on this file to 
start the install program. 
3. Click the I Agree button 
to accept the conditions 
and continue.
4. For a normal install, 
accept the default folder 
offered to you (but see 
note below) - for 
example,  C:\Program 
Files\REAPER.
5. If you need to, enable the 
Portable install option 
(see note below), then 
click Next.
6. Select which elements you 
wish to install (if in doubt 
accept the default settings - see also section 1.4 below) and click on Install.
7. Wait while the program installs. When prompted, click on Close to close the Install program. You will be 
asked if you wish to run the program now: in this case, choose No.
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Note: If you are installing REAPER for the first time, or if you wish to replace an earlier version of REAPER with 
this one, you should accept the default destination folder and not enable portable install. If you wish to install 
this alongside an existing earlier 4.xx version, change the default directory (e.g. to \REAPER5) and enable 
portable install. This will ensure that your earlier 4.xx settings and preferences will be preserved separately.
Tip: If you choose not to install any REAPER program elements or options, you can later change your mind by 
simply running the install program again.
1.4
The Install Options (Windows only)
The Install screen lets you decide which REAPER elements you choose to install and which ones you prefer not 
to install. Listed below is a summary of your main options. By default, most of them are enabled.
Item
Explanation
Audio Processing Plug-ins
This is a collection of Audio and MIDI FX that is supplied with REAPER – 
such as a Compressor, a Noise Gate and a Synthesizer.  Usually you 
should make sure this option is ticked.
Compressed File Support
This allows you to work with file formats such as MP3, OGG,, FLAC and 
WavPack as well as Video files. 
Customizations
This allows for the use of European keyboards and offers you the option 
to later choose any of a number of color schemes for REAPER.
Additional Functionality
This allows you to install elements such as the Media Explorer, CD 
Ripping/Burning, Control Surface Support and ReWire. These aspects will 
be discussed at various places in this guide. If you are new to REAPER, or 
to audio software in general, you might wish not to install at this stage 
the ReaRoute ASIO driver, nor ReWire nor ReaMote. This makes for 
simpler options when audio routing. You can always add these later.
Desktop Icon
Leaving this option selected ensures that a REAPER shortcut icon will be 
placed on your Windows desktop.
Start Menu Shortcuts
Leave this option ticked to ensure that REAPER is added to your Windows 
Start Menu.
Associate with RPP Files
Ticking this option will enable you to open REAPER with any of your 
REAPER Project files direct from Windows Explorer or any desktop 
shortcut that you might create for your projects.
1.5
Enabling MP3 Recording
If you are intending to record and/or mix down your recordings in, or convert other recorded material to, MP3 
format, you will need to install an MP3 encoder.  A suitable encoder is LAME, which is available free of charge. 
This can be obtained from any of many web sites, including http://aegiscorp.free.fr/lame/. Once there, make 
sure that you select the right download for your system and your version of REAPER:
Windows 64 bit systems
lame_enc64.dll
Windows 32 bit systems
libmp3lame.dll
OSX 64 bit systems
libmp3lame_osx64.zip
OSX 32 bit systems
libmp3lame_osx32.zip
Note that if you are using a 32 bit version of REAPER even on a 64 bit computer, you should download the 32 
bit encoder, not the 64 bit one.
After downloading, Mac users should unzip the file and then drag the dynamic library file (named something like 
libmp3lame.dylib) into their REAPER application launch folder.
Windows users should copy the file into their REAPER Program directory, which by default will be C:\Program 
Files\REAPER. It can also be copied to other applications that may need it (e.g. Audacity).
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