Reaper DAW 101 Part 4: – Exporting – aka Render or Bounce – Stems, Regions and queues, oh my!
Today in Reaper we’re looking at how to export our sounds from what we’ve done out to a file. Sounds simple? Sure, but it can get very complicated or very clever depending on what you need.
Also known as a Render or Bounce, we look at how to get stems (renders of separate tracks), how to export several sections of a project in one go (regions), how to queue up several of these renders so you can leave it running unattended, and combinations of all of the above.
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