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Todd Simpson
post May 4 2015, 03:33 PM
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Sorry for the lag! Shoot me a PM or an email to [email protected] and let me know you've got a question and I"ll get back to ya asap smile.gif

Onward!!

Ahem, SURE!! You can "automate" the volume/gain on any track in reaper. HEre is a quick vid to explain.



Also, you can "automate" your fx sends as well smile.gif To wit!!!



QUOTE (Chris S. @ Apr 30 2015, 10:41 PM) *
Hey Todd - two quick questions for ya!

In Reaper - when looking at a track is there a way to change the volume of a certain section of that track, rather than having to use a whole separate track?

Ex: Have the rhythm guitar track drop 2-ish DB once the lead comes in?

Also, can you only apply an FX to a certain piece of the track or does the FX always apply to the entire track?

Thanks boss man cool.gif



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