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Reaper 101 - Introduction to Reaper .
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Track grouping is most useful in which stage?
The tracking stage
The mastering stage
The mixing stage
The recording stage
To view a wave display while playing back a media file in the project media/FX bay, you can...
Play the media file from the Media Items tab
Hold Command (Mac) or Control (Windows) while clicking the playback triangle
Double-click the media file
Open the Media Explorer
The options for track grouping indicators do NOT include...
Lines on edge
In which menu can the options for track grouping indicators be changed?
Reaper -> Preferences -> Control surfaces
Reaper -> Preferences -> Appearance -> Theme Editor
Reaper -> Preferences -> Appearance -> Track Control Panels
What is the main purpose of the project media/FX bay?
Create project FX media files
Manage media files associated with your project
Find media files to add to your project
Red lines around the controls of grouped tracks may indicate ____________.
which parameters cannot be synchronized
which parameters need to be manually synchronized
which parameters are synchronized
which parameters are in error
Clicking the toolbar Grouping icon into 'Item grouping disabled' mode can be used to...
remove all items from all groups
remove the selected item from its group
let you move a grouped item without moving other items in the same group
remove the selected group of items
Disabling the auto-crossfade tool has what effect?
It lets you manually choose the shapes of crossfades
It prevents crossfades being automatically added to overlapping takes
It prevents takes from accidentally overlapping each other
It removes the automatic fades on all takes
What is a fade line?
A red curve showing the shape of a fade
An white indicator of where a fade starts or stops
An indicator of the effect of a fade against a wave display
What is the main purpose of Auto-crossfade?
To create smooth transitions between takes
To smooth out level peaks
To correct for excess gain
To smoothly introduce FX onto a take
With auto-crossfade enabled, you can create a crossfade by...
Dragging one item over the top of another
Selecting two items and pressing the space bar
Dragging the fade cursor from the corner of an item
Selecting two items and selecting 'Add Crossfade' from the right-click menu
To group several tracks, select the tracks and then...
Select Track -> Track grouping parameters..., and tick one or more checkboxes
Right-click one of the selected tracks and select Create group
Select Track -> Track grouping enabled
Moving one item that belongs to a group of items will _________________.
disable item grouping
remove the moved item from the group
move all items in the group
create a copy of the moved item
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