In this video on Cockos Reaper Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) Screen Sets I show you a great way of configuring your environment for a range of different uses. Set up one screen for recording that focuses on the features you need and a completely different layout for editing. This simple tutorial takes you through the process quickly to get you configuring your copy of Reaper to your specific needs.
Use this in conjunction with Custom Toolbars to create a working environment that is perfect for your personal work flow. Check out my YouTube Channel and subscribe to be kept up to date with all future tutorials and videos as they’re added.
In this video on Cockos Reaper Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) I expand upon the previous tutorial covering the creation of custom actions by customizing toolbars to include shortcuts to your custom actions. Check out my YouTube Channel and subscribe to be kept up to date with all future tutorials and videos as they’re added.
In this video on Cockos Reaper Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) I show you how to create a custom action to copy a take to a new track. This is a great time saver when you use multiple takes on a single track and then want to copy only 1 to a new track and retain the multiple takes on the original track. Check out my YouTube Channel and subscribe to be kept up to date with all future tutorials and videos as they’re added.
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So, it’s 2015 and this years goal is a minimum of 1500 miles. It’s March and while it’s a sunny Sunday afternoon, it’s bloody cold! But, I’m out for the 3rd time this month and today is bloody hard going. As a matter of fact, pretty much all the rides this month have been harder going than I anticipated. Still, I’m out, gritted teeth, racking up the miles. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not putting in as many as I would like to, but it’s better than last years initial efforts. On a brighter not, today is the first time I’ve taken the time to sit at my favorite blogging spot near Goytre Wharf and write this post.
For anyone that knows me will know that I have a real passion for Jackson Guitars, and over the last couple of years I’ve been building a nice collection of various types. Well, one I’ve been looking for for a while has been a good quality 90-91 Professional Fusion Pro as these guitars were on par with the USA Jacksons of the same period.
Well, recently I lost out on a rather nice flame top one from a man in Slovenia. To say I was gutted was an understatement, but a few weeks ago he got back in touch with me to see if I was still looking for one as he had a black sparkle that he may be interested in selling.