Episode 005

This week, we look at rendering your new multitrack creation out to a mixed file.
The ‘render to file’ dialogue box offers lots of options, like:

  • Output location
  • Filename
  • Whole project, or just a portion
  • Output format (wav, mp3, aiff, etc)
  • Output sample rate, bit depth and channels
  • plus the ability to save any combination of these as a preset.

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5 Responses to Episode 005

  1. David says:

    Thank you For the podcast! Curios about your setup and fx-chain you use. I’m also podcasting and using reaper, but in swedish.


    • BruceBruce says:

      Thanks David. My input chain is AEA R84 ribbon mic > AEA TRP pre-amp > API5500 parametric eq > SafeSoundAudio Dynamics Toolbox > Marantz PMD580 rack mounted flash recorder.
      I then drop the audio from the flash recorder into my Reaper project and tidy up the edits.
      Output fx are very minimal. Just some peak limiting to bring the voice track up to 0VU (NOT 0dBFS!), and a touch of ReaComp across the master output. That’s it.

  2. David says:

    Thanks. Nice setup you have. It sounds great. I was hoping for just some free plugins to achieve it ;)

  3. Jon says:

    Pretty surprised that you don’t use REAPER to record the podcast.

    Let’s chat.

    • BruceBruce says:

      The reason I don’t record directly into Reaper is that I like to navigate menus and dialogue boxes as I’m recording.