ReaScripts Templates Repository on GitHub

This entry is part 17 of 17 in the series ReaScript for Beginners

Beginners and Advanced REAPER Scripters could take advantage of a new GitHub repository I just created for ReaTeam (a group of scripters gathered on GitHub) : The ReaScripts Templates repository ! This allows to: Have template files for common ReaScript functions, for starting scripting faster with best pratices and actual conventions For eg, working on all […]

ReaScript: What can we Expect from v5 Pre-Releases?

This entry is part 5 of 17 in the series ReaScript for Beginners

You probably already see in my articles or on the Cockos REAPER Forum that I often recommend to use REAPER v5 pre-releases for scripting. What make ReaScript for v5 so nice ? The goal of this article is not to present you every improvements, bug-fixes and optimization that are added in every single v5 pre-release, but […]

Better Subtitling with SWS v2.6.0 and Custom EEL Scripts

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Le Sous-Titrage Facile avec Reaper

Until now, subtitling with REAPER, with the help of the famous community-made SWS extensions, could leave you some doubts. It was both extremely efficient for defining timecodes, and frustrating because some basic functions were missing. Worst, certain things were a bit buggy, and we also have to use external softwares. Forget all of this, REAPER […]

How to Learn ReaScript for REAPER

This entry is part 3 of 17 in the series ReaScript for Beginners

It is frustrating when using a software to find that there is some functions you need that don’t exist. In Audio production, some small code snippets can go a loooong way. If only you could write custom actions, custom scripts for your DAW… This one of numerous reasons why REAPER is so powerful : it lets […]