Export to Reaper?

edited December 2017 in Support

I’m curious. If I want to have a play at mixing/mastering a BM3 track in Reaper on the desktop, any tips on how to best export the track? Stems/levels/groups/naming etc? I’m new to all this. PC in my case if that makes a difference.

Ta

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  • Not really, you can only do this on a case by case basis.
    Best way to do it is to do it, the more you do the more you will know what separation you need/want.
  • @5pinlink said:
    Not really, you can only do this on a case by case basis.
    Best way to do it is to do it, the more you do the more you will know what separation you need/want.

    Ta. There’s a shed load of info out there for Reaper as well. Just need to put the time in.

  • I can offer one small tiny tip which is that EOS2 (reverb) is availible as an iOS AU and also as a VST you can run in Reaper. This way you can put EOS2 on an aux track in BM3 and get the same settings/sound in Reaper and not have to export it out. Best to keep that reverb editable is what I am saying.

  • https://rekkerd.org/martin-eastwood-audio-free-plugins/
    Original MVerb is there for Windows and MacOS
    Personally i think you are shooting yourself in the foot if you try to stick to IOS effects though.

  • @5pinlink said:
    https://rekkerd.org/martin-eastwood-audio-free-plugins/
    Original MVerb is there for Windows and MacOS
    Personally i think you are shooting yourself in the foot if you try to stick to IOS effects though.

    Not an Eos vst fan? What would be a better option in the 60$ range?

  • For me the best algo reverb you can buy right now is only 30 Euros.
    https://www.toneboosters.com/tb_reverb_v4.html
    You can buy his track tools and upgrade to Reverb V4 from that for not much more though i think.

    You can look in to this developers history, when people say 'He wrote the book' in this guys case it is a literal, he wrote various books and papers that most of the DSP we are using is based on in one way or another hahaha (There will be some of his algos in BM3 for sure)

  • Cool ‘Dual pitch-shift shimmer’ sounds like it may be sexy. I may give it a whirl. Thanks!

  • edited December 2017

    Yearly wipeout.

  • Thanks for the tip on ToneBoosters. Loving this reverb!

  • Yeah im desperate for Morphit as an AU on IOS, it is out of this world :)
    Pair it up with the best budget headphones money can buy, the SuperLuxs, and it is brilliant.

  • edited December 2017

    hmmm, yup seems to do the trick... I think, heh... hmm.

    Dayum this reverb is nice!

  • edited December 2017

    Yeah if this Reverb cost $300 it would be on every site as the greatest thing ever created, as it is it is pretty much one of the best Reverbs ever made hard or software, and ridiculously low priced !!!

  • edited December 2017

    So any leads on an affordable kick ass stereo enhancer? Haaze from Klevgrand is nice on iOS... any better vsts out there in the same-ish price range as Reverb v4?

  • Never use enhancers to be honest, but you could do worse than install everything from this guy http://www.airwindows.com been the bread n butter of a lot of studios for years when it was mac only, now he is on patreon and Windows too, I think FathomFive works as a bass enhancer at least, he must have others too.

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