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Reaper - Audio recording and editing

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Recording and editing audio is one of the most important basic functions of a DAW. In Reaper, recordings can be configured very flexibly and adapted for many recording situations.

In this video you will learn how to add a track in Reaper and how to connect the microphone input of your interface to this track. This allows you to record vocals on multiple tracks and then edit them. Reaper comes with a variety of tools for this.

Matthias shows you all the important basic functions here. From cutting audio recordings to panning in the mixer. You can also use the same procedure to record guitars and other instruments via your interface.