PART III - REAROUTE

Audio material can be passed through Audiomulch from other programs; in this example REAPER will use REAROUTE to send and receive soundfiles. REAROUTE is an option when installing REAPER.

Within the settings page of Audiomulch the ASIO driver chosen is ReaRouteASIO:

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The Inputs and Outputs are configured as follows:

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Note: The Inputs and Outputs are relabelled below and a FileRecorder contraption has been added after the decoder:

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REAPER outputs to the chosen audio interface:

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Within REAPER's router, the audio tracks are sent to the ReaRoute inputs:

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Six new tracks are created labelled FL, FR, C, LFE, SL, SR and routed to the audio interface


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The new tracks (ReaRoute inputs) are armed and set to monitor mode:

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With REAPER set to play, the audio tracks are passed through Audiomulch, the decoder and any processing, and back into REAPER.

PART V - Automation