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Files tracked in Reaper to work in other platforms?

Postby Malcolm Boyce » Sat Aug 06, 2011 3:23 pm

I have a novice recordist who is working in Reaper and I would like to know what options there are for exporting projects to work in other platforms. I asked if Reaper is OMF capable and it seems that it isn't.

Is it possible to simply output wave files of tracks in a easy fashion to work in other DAWs?
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Re: Files tracked in Reaper to work in other platforms?

Postby Jef » Sun Aug 07, 2011 8:41 am

Reaper manual (relevant info around chapter 18.2) :

The manual wrote:"You might be collaborating on a project with someone else, or with other people. Perhaps, for example, you want to send your project to a friend who will add some vocal harmonies to your song. What if that friend lives a long way away? You could send her your .RPP file together with all the media item files. But what if she doesn’t use REAPER? Perhaps she uses a different software program, or perhaps she doesn’t have a DAW herself and will need to use a commercial studio for this purpose. In this case, it should first be consolidated and exported. Take a look at this example:"
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Re: Files tracked in Reaper to work in other platforms?

Postby Malcolm Boyce » Sun Aug 07, 2011 5:15 pm

Thanks... That seems to be exactly what I was looking for.
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