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Hello, so here it goes
1. How can I mix tracks? I mean, I would like for example to put a background music on top of my podcast ETC
2. Is there some kind of feature like voice over in Goldwave
3. Is there a central place with reaper plugins?

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ok, check out the following:, answerng one by one

1. How can I mix tracks? I mean, I would like for example to put a background music on top of my podcast ETC

Put your podcast on a track, and the music onto anoterh track above or below it by using the insert menu.
2. Is there some kind of feature like voice over in Goldwave

not sure what voiceover is its been ages since I have used goldwave but I guess this ducks or lowers the volume of the music as you start speaking and raises it again when you stop talking. This is called sideChaining, and at the reaper accessibility wiki we have a specific article just for that. its at
https://reaperaccessibility.com/index.p … th_ReaComp

3. Is there a central place with reaper plugins?
reaper by default installs with all of its stock plug-ins. There are also some extenssions called the sws extenssions, and you can follow this other article to know where they are.
https://reaperaccessibility.com/index.p … ng_Started
there are also additional plug-ins if you install the reaPack extenssions (many useful little scripts that users have created, and also at the reaper stash found directly on the official reaper site)

Thats all of the plug-ins I know that are reaper specific. Other things like vst's and such are found pretty much all over the net.

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I’m getting started with Reaper as well. I’m a musician, and I would love to be able to do a lot more with my music than I have been able to. I’ve only been using coincidentally enough Studio Recorder from APH to record multi track files. I’ve also used Goldwave in the past to do things as well. But since Reaper is specifically a Music DAW, I would really really like to get into it. Does the reaper Accessibility page have really good tutorials on how to really mastered your music creation?

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The cool blind tech podcasts are pretty helpful.
https://coolblindtech.com/reaper-on-win … s-awesome/

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@sean, from what I have read, these articles are pretty well-written so you might have a good start from there.

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6 (edited by UltraLeetJ 2018-01-09 17:23:58)

hi, there is tons of material, and we often link to some audio tutorials and other outside resources that we know of, including the cool blind tech ones and the accessible version of the user guide (all conversion was my work), so hopefully that should get you started. Plus there is always the rwp mailing list and its archives if you do not wish to subscribe, at http://bluegrasspals.com/pipermail/rwp/

you could use a google site search by preceding that domain name with the word site then a colon then the URL and then keywords to search the archives like this:
site:http://bluegrasspals.com/pipermail/rwp/ pitch correction

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