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> Reaper: How Do You Selectively Insert An Effect (wah)?
dark_dude
Sep 2 2009, 04:23 PM
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I don't have a pedal, but I want to insert a wah effect (VST that I have) in only certain sections of a recorded track.

How do I do this in Reaper?

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Sep 2 2009, 06:28 PM
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There should be a button on your track called FX or something like that I can't remember what the default skin is. I've included 2 screenshots, reaper1 shows the interface with a green FX selected, this indicates that I have plugins enabled on that track. If you click onto that you should see a box ximilar to the screenshot shown in reaper2 where you can add your effects. Hope that helps

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Sep 2 2009, 06:39 PM
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If you want to insert a plugin for a specific section(not for the whole track) you can split the track(s) and just drag the effect onto the section. A tiny icon called 'fx' will appear on this section.

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