|Tupac ||01-16-2014 08:15 PM |
Tips for increasing my Reaper productivity?
I don't know any keyboard shortcuts, hell, I barely know how to do anything. Any tips for going faster?
|ddnidd1 ||01-16-2014 08:24 PM |
There are plenty of free tutorial videos plus other resources.
You have to do a little work.
|schecter5string ||01-17-2014 06:28 AM |
Google my friend....
I searched "reader keyboard shortcuts"
First thing listed was a 6 page .pdf of shortcuts
|Bufalo ||01-19-2014 10:54 AM |
The only ones I use regularly are ctrl+t for new tracks and S for splitting items. Other than that, find a Presonus FaderPort and get comfortable with it. Mine is way more useful than any keyboard stuff.
|gastric ||01-19-2014 01:27 PM |
|Bongolation ||01-19-2014 07:10 PM |
Seriously, take this to the official Reaper forum and you'll get more advice than you can possibly stand.
|Chromer ||01-21-2014 11:37 AM |
The nice thing about reaper is that it lets you define your own shortcut keys, including a macro of several actions.
The stock one I use most is 's' to split an item at the mouse cursor. And then I created one for Ctrl-Shift-s to drop a stretch marker at the mouse cursor. With one hand on the mouse and one on the keyboard I can comp a group of takes and tweak the timing pretty quickly now.
|brianrost ||01-21-2014 06:32 PM |
Reaper really needs to be customized by you. That's one of it's strongest points, actually...you can tweak it to work exactly how you want but it takes time to do so. :help:
I didn't have the patience, went back to Ableton Live :hiding:
|My name is Mudd ||01-21-2014 08:08 PM |
Originally Posted by gastric
That right there. My interface has four mic/line ins, so I set up a four-track template w/basic settings already config'd. Now, all I need do is pull up the template and get on with it.
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