Instrument Recording at Home Part 4: Adding Effects

In this video, the team over at Consordini Music show us how to use Reaper when adding effects and which are the most suitable for an instrument recording. Reaper has a variety of functions that can be used to add excitement and new effects to your recording. Making an instrumental recording means using not only recorded sounds, but also different effects to make the best result possible.


Want to learn more? Check out the full video here.

View the first part of the series, What You’ll Need, here.

View the second part of the series, The DAW, here.

View the third part of the series, The Recording, here.

My name is Austin and I love music. My favourite genres are jazz and soul, but I love classical music too. Sometimes I try to experiment with a sound and add new effects to make a sound more contemporary. I was growing up in a musical family and all my relatives encouraged my aspiration, that's why in my family everybody calls me 'musical owl' (I always do music at night). Feel free to check out my website here.


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