WORKSHOP - Friday, November 8 8am - 10am PT / 11am - 1pm ET

REAPER Curious: An Introductory Workshop

A hands-on workshop outlining REAPER, the full-featured and budget-friendly DAW. This two-hour workshop takes audio workers through the core functionality of recording, editing, mixing, mastering, and exporting a project; plus how to customize REAPER so it works best for you.
AIR Members must log in to access discounted pricing.

About this class

  • Friday, November 8th, 2024.
  • 8 - 11am PT / 11am - 1pm ET 
  • Virtual and recorded.
  • 120 Minutes
  • $100 AIR members 
    $150 non-members
  • Payment plans available at checkout. 
REAPER is a powerful digital audio workstation that can be overwhelming to get started in. But it’s a software that rewards those who put the time in to learn its functionality. This workshop will accelerate you through learning the basics of the software and introducing you to the range of features you could master for your workflow.
REAPER Curious is a hands-on workshop that guides participants through the creation of a new audio project in REAPER. You will receive sound files to create a project and instruction on how to record your own tracks and how to edit, mix and master your project. 

Participants will leave this class oriented to a new software and ready to start creating their own projects.


Computer or Laptop compatible with REAPER
REAPER downloaded and installed on your laptop

Key Takeaways

  • How to create and finish a project in REAPER
  • How to record, import, mix, master and export
  • How to customize their REAPER interface
  • How to find and explore additional functionality

Who is this class for? 

Those totally new to REAPER. Beginner/Intermediate creators and participants who have never used a DAW welcome. 

Meet the instructor

Ayesha Lye

Ayesha Lye is a journalist, sound artist and filmmaker. They have a deep love for sound as a catalyst for ideas, art and community formation.

For many years, they worked as a radio journalist and writer. They’re the co-founder of Peterborough Currents and Peterborough Independent Podcasters. Now, they are pursuing film and television – learning as an apprentice to do film sound and working on their own scripts for independent production.
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