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« on: February 03, 2010, 04:38:21 PM »

i downloaded, but haven't installed yet...reaper...so how do you do samples in reaper? I have been using tracktion..which has a sampler built in it's effects...how is the sample player in reaper...or is there a better way...i was using my the sampler to do drums in traction. How do yall do drums in reaper...sampler or another program..
just looking at what's out there and trying the freebees'  and trial versions...since idk what is up with tracktion these days..seems they haven't updated in a while..so some folks are worried that they are not supporting the sw...idk...just looking, since i am scared to install n past my version 3.3..i have 5 and it is a hog...have not upgraded...and wont until someone says that n is working right.
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« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2010, 11:04:19 AM »

Reaper has a very basic sampler called ReaSample-O-Matic built in. i have used it on several occasions for doing basic drums with samples from an old Lynn Drum module (needed that 80s sound) and it works great. It isn't very sophisticated like Battery. Hop over to the Reaper forum and ask the same question as I know this has come up before over there.
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« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2010, 02:27:03 PM »

You can, of course, use a 3rd party vst sampler vsti in Reaper as well.

Shortcircuit is free and works well in Reaper:
http://vemberaudio.se/shortcircuit.php
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