If you’ve got audio generated by or recorded in Reaper that you’d like to run through external hardware via your Saffire Pro40, this walk-through is for you.
Before you make any connections, make sure that your monitors are off, your headphones are unplugged, and all gain knobs on the Pro40 and your external gear are all the way down. Whenever you’re looping anything out of and back into your interface, you run the risk of creating a feedback loop. In the event that you miss a step and produce a loop, leaving your monitors off and gains low will give you a chance to see any visual indications of feedback on the meters before you damage any equipment.
To set up your hardware signal path, (more…)
Maybe you had no choice but to record in a noisy environment. Maybe your refrigerator, radiator, fan, or similar noise generating device snuck it’s way onto your recording without you realizing it. Either way, you’ve got a recording to clean. (more…)
Welcome back! Last time, we went over the initial setup of the Launchpad as Monome and reviewed rudimentary use of the beat shuffling program MLR. If you’ve gone through that how-to, you’re prepared for what will follow in this article. If you haven’t, I highly reccomend you complete at least the first part (Initial Setup) of that tutorial. If you’ve got no need for beat shuffling, you can skip the MLR portion.
Also, in case you did not get ahold of it last time, here’s every program you’ll need in one convenient package:
Launch-Mono Starter Kit.zip
Intro to Polygome
First, plug in your Launchpad and launch nonome. Depending on what you were doing last time you used a Max5 patch, nonome might try to access ASIO4ALL, even though it does not need any audio outputs. Why? Max5 Runtime will try to use the same audio device (more…)