Easy organizational tip for REAPER users.
You’ll save yourself a lot of work and avoid the possibility of accidentally deleting files that belong to another project if you save the audio for each project in its own folder.
Easiest is to tell REAPER to save all audio from your project in its own folder - let’s call it Audio - inside the project folder:
- Go to project settings (Alt+Enter on Mac; not sure on PC) >> Media tab.
- In the first field (“Path to save media files”) type in the word “Audio”.
- Hit Okay.
Click Save as default project settings (bottom-right button) and it will do it automatically every time you create a file. Never have to touch it again.