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17 Jan 2008
I open a new MIDI item in Reaper, click fx, open Addictive Drums from the VSTi menu, and fire up a beat. I hear the beat through my speakers perfectly.

Then I arm a track and hit record. Everything works as it should. The only thing is that when I stop and try to play it back, I have to crank the track's volume all the way up to hear it. Can someone help me figure out why this is happening?

edit: The master volumes on both the AD and Reaper mixers are at the line which is about 80% max.
9 Jan 2008
I downloaded Steinberg's Virtual Bass and Reaper. I want to write a bass line in GP 5 for a backing track, export it to midi, import it to reaper and apply the virtual bass effect to it. Am I on the right track, or am I missing something?

I was able to export to midi and then import it in Reaper. This is where I am stuck. I'm a total MIDI newb, but at the same time, realize how awesome it is. Therefore, I would like to learn how to do this stuff yesterday. tongue.gif

I realize the simplest way is probably use a midi controller, but since I just dropped a boat load of cash getting my little starter studio going, I am sort of strapped for cash. I was hoping there was a comparable software solution I could use until I can spring for the extra hardware.

Thanks,
Kevin
9 Jan 2008
deleted and moved to "Recording."
4 Jan 2008
What's up, guys? I've been a member for a couple months now, but this is only the second time I have hit the forums. Didn't see this topic the first time around.

I have watched a bunch of videos and I am pretty impressed. Just this weekend, I have started to practice a few of the lessons and exercises and am very pleased. Making progress.

I have been playing for about 10 years, but was primarily an acoustic player/singer for almost all of that time. I played quite a few small gigs as a solo act until 2001 when I broke my arm in 11 pieces training in Jiu-Jitsu. No that is not a typo. Two stainless steel plates and 9 titanium screws later and my arm is one piece again.

Unfortunately, I couldn't play guitar for about 18 months after the accident. When I did get back to it, by the time I got my technique to what it was before, I had a wife, two kids, a full time job, etc... Never did get back to gigging.

Recently, my passion for guitar has been renewed. But this time, I am concentrating on electric. I sold off some guitars and equipment that I no longer use/need and with the proceeds I have bought a shiny new Eric Johnson signature Strat. WOOOOT! I'm ready to shred! I've started with Pavel's alternate picking vids as well as some great exercises I found at http://ultimate-guitar.com. Not sure if that's cool or not, but it doesn't seem like a competing site, so I put it in there. If anyone has issues with it, just delete it or let me know and I'll delete it.

Anyway, great site! I'm thrilled that I found it as I KNOW it will greatly improve my chops!

Thanks,
Kevin
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