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The most comprehensive library of paid tutorial material designed for people starting with Audio Production and more specifically, Reaper, can be found [http://wiki.cucat.org/index.php/Main/AudioInsAndOuts here.]
 
The most comprehensive library of paid tutorial material designed for people starting with Audio Production and more specifically, Reaper, can be found [http://wiki.cucat.org/index.php/Main/AudioInsAndOuts here.]
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== additional accessibility scripts and numpad emulation ==
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this is a collection of links that point to scripts that allow the user to access [http://access4music.com/en/script different thhird party plug-ins] and [http://access4music.com/en/script/utilities certain parts of reaper as well] . they are being developed by access4music, a small team of blind programmers. There is also a numpad emulation script.

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Useful Links and Resources

Reapers Without Peepers Mailing List

The RWP (Reapers Without Peepers) Mailing List is a very helpful list for those learning or using Reaper, and accessibility options on either the Windows or Mac platforms. For further information and details on subscribing, visit [http://bluegrasspals.com/mailman/listinfo/rwp)

WhatsApp Reaper Access Group

This audio chat group on the WhatsApp platform is another source of assistance for those learning and using Reaper. Join the ReaperAccess WhatsApp Group https://chat.whatsapp.com/FKCnI8JyXN6LpyGJkTzTAG

CAVI Courses

The most comprehensive library of paid tutorial material designed for people starting with Audio Production and more specifically, Reaper, can be found here.

additional accessibility scripts and numpad emulation

this is a collection of links that point to scripts that allow the user to access different thhird party plug-ins and certain parts of reaper as well . they are being developed by access4music, a small team of blind programmers. There is also a numpad emulation script.