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Reaper assignments

Class Assignments

  • week 1 Assignment: tweek other preferences as desired. Verbal report to class on what students played with.
  • week 2 Assignment: students to insert audio into a project and save it such that the media is copied and converted to the project directory, and send their rpp folders as zips.
  • week 3 Assignment: Students to record their own audio and submit a written report on their approximate noise floor and the steps they took to apply gain staging.
  • week 4 Assignment: edit one of the provided clips. Students will have 2 weeks to do this assignment.

Darren file

Apple Guy interview

  • week 6 Assignment: either record your own audio and use it with provided bed in order to create a basic mix or use provided dry vocal file and create a basic mix with provided bed. If you have license to your own open license beds, feel free to use your own audio and bed.
  • week 7 Assignment: Students will make at least one folder in a project with at least 2 tracks in it.
  • week 8 Assignment: from the provided audio files use effects in order to remove various audio problems.

Nexus file

Final Project

The students over the course of the 10 weeks have a final project to complete. The final project is the equivalent of a final exam. The final project is required in order to obtain a passing grade. The project must consist of the following criteria.

  • The project must not clip. Note, the use of limiters just to be lazy and get around levels is not a way to get around clipping. If clipping must occur, please write an explanation as to why when turning in the project.
  • The project must contain at least 2 effects, one on a regular track and one on the master track.
  • Projects must consist of item or track edits consisting of volume, pan, selection edits, normalization, etc.
  • Students must apply one of the following 4 things to their projects. folders, sends, item properties manipulation, or automation.
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