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  • 1. ‘North Pole’Here is where I collected and browsedfor our audio tracks that we needed toposition together. Also, this sliderrepresents zoom in and zoom out. It’svery to use as you just drag and dropthe audios into the audio box.This is where you place the audio tracks and below theaudio tracks is where the effects for the aural sound forexample here I used volume temperament. Also, pan isused below the effects column. Pan is where the soundfades or decades. These are really useful techniques to usewhen using REAPER.
  • 2. On the left is an affectmade through VST andprovides the dynamicsof Rea Delay – TAL (x86bridged). This affectdiffers the dry andwetness of the musictrack.The FX (VST Tracker)helps dilute manydifferent affects andhelps display optionsmore visibly.
  • 3. In this print screen the selection of rendering a file is shown. Firstly,when rendering its accessional that master mix is picked as it illustratesall of the track rather than specific tracks. There are other options suchas Stems which represents selected tracks and the other alternative isMaster Mix and Stems. This portrays where to save the rendered filewhen you’ve finished. This is where you choose the name for yourcomposition. Just below the name is clarification for the name of yourcomposition.Here the options of choosing stereo or mono are impeccable becausestereo represents two and mono is only one. Also the Sample ratedepicts how much of your composition you would like to render.Resample mode tells you what quality you what your tracks and therender to be. I’ve picked ‘Better [192pt Sinc – SLOW] ‘but there is otherqualities that are better than the one I’ve used such as ‘Extreme [512ptHQ Sinc – NON-REALTIME]’. WAV also alters the quality of yourcompostion and the tracks inside it but internally depends on whichone you pick for example I’ve kept mine on its original format but couldhave tempered with it and made it to FLAC or MP3 but WAV is a goodquality Output format. Also WAV bit depth modifies the quality I’vekept it on 16 bit PCM but could be changed to a higher standard such as64 bit FP which is defiantly of a enhanced criterion.