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Better Reaper Mouse Editing on Apple Laptops

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I've spent some time customizing Reaper to iron out what I consider to be the big kinks it its editing...

How to Bounce or Consolidate Tracks for Archiving or Mixing

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One of the worst things to happen, in my opinion, is to have material locked in a particular proprietary DAW format.  Most DAW software stores its session data in...

Reaper: Leaner, Meaner, Cheaper, Than Cubase or Pro Tools

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Reaper is a leaner, meaner digital audio workstation than Pro Tools or Cubase without the hassles....

Review: Ohm Force Ohmicide Distortion Plugin

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Last post I took some time to write up a review for Ohm Force‘s Symptohm synthesizer.  This time around I’ll be looking at their Ohmicide multiband distortion...

Review: Ohm Force Symptohm Synth Plugin

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The guys over at Ohm Force, an indie plugin development group out of Paris, asked me if I wanted to do a review of some of their plugins.  I was happy to do so, as long as I...

How Do I Get My Songs to Play at the Same Volume?

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This article isn’t about mastering a CD so that the songs are all at the same perceived volume, it’s about getting your music collection to play back at reasonable...

How to Group Tracks to Save DAW CPU

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This post focuses on how to group tracks to save CPU or DSP processing. When I first started mixing using a computer, I would throw up inserts on everything.  Everything was...

How to Use Visual Audio Analyzers and Scopes

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This post focuses on ways to use visual audio scopes to gain more understanding about what’s going on in your audio. It’s important to state right off the bat that...

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Synchronization of DAWs with MTC & MMC

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This post focuses on the use of MIDI Time Code (MTC) and MIDI Machine Control (MMC) to synchronize multiple DAWs together. SMPTE timecode was create for the purpose of...

11 Important DAW Maintenance Tips

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This post focuses on some basic techniques for keeping your DAW running in primo shape. It’s easy to take our computers for granted, but sometimes it seems like if you turn...