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> Turn Off Effects In Reaper, I am pretty sure I have done it before
post Dec 13 2007, 05:56 AM
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I was messing around with Reaper a month or so ago and was able (i think) to turn off the effects, in fact I thought I read in here on the forum how to do it. Now I am unable to do it or find where to do it at. Then again maybe I just thought it happened this way.

I am talking about the little grey (on mine) button on a track for fx's, when I mouse over it says "FX enabled". How to disable is what I am looking for here. The problem is I get a tone all lined out and when I fire up Reaper it (the tone) just sounds different. I guess that could be caused by something else?

Nevermind. I changed themes and now the button says off. I will look some where else for the problem.

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post Dec 13 2007, 10:41 AM
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Hi Kahall,
in Reaper in the track lane just to the right of the box where you enter the name of the track are several icons. The FX icon looks like -[]- and lights up green when you have effects turned on. Next to that icon is the status 'on/off' - just click it so it says 'off' and all the effects will be bypassed.


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