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REAPER: region-specific fader levels?

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by hgregs, Dec 23, 2013.

  1. hgregs

    hgregs

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    any reaper users out there? we record our show with the presonus 16.0.2 and get 12 pre-fader tracks that run for duration of our 2 sets. now i'm tasked with rendering the tracks down to individual songs. each tune seems to need it's own fader levels. but i can't find a way to get reaper to save a fader level per song (which i've as regions). anyone know?
  2. silky smoove

    silky smoove Supporting Member

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    I'm not a Reaper guy, but it sounds like you're looking for volume automation. Google "Reaper volume automation" and you'll likely find your answer.

    Alternatively, you could save each region/song as it's own session and handle it that way.
  3. Codger

    Codger Bradley Baker Supporting Member

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    I am new to Reaper, but I exported each song as a new project.

    Edit: Chapter 16 in the User Guide v4.57 discusses automation. It is exactly what you are looking for and provides a few different ways to have fader levels, track muting, effects parameters,etc., become modified while the track is playing.
  4. palmann

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    I use different tracks each song for mastering.

    Gruesse, Pablo

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