Reaper 2 Trello is a perfectly organized collaboration platform that offers several features to manage projects and tasks. You can create boards for different projects, add new cards for each task, assign team members to specific tasks, and much more. But what if you could use Trello even more effectively? Fortunately, with the right add-ons you can! If you’re a Reaper user and want to use Trello even more efficiently to manage your project files, keep reading! In this blog post, we will show you how you can use Reaper 2 Trello to streamline your workflow and save time in the process. Keep reading to discover how!
What is Reaper?
Reaper is a multi-track audio recording and sequencing application that offers almost endless customization options and a plethora of features. If you’re an audio engineer or producer, you will find Reaper especially useful. The application is widely used by musicians, producers, sound engineers, DJs, radio presenters, podcast producers, and many others. You can use Reaper with your studio microphones or with audio files imported from your computer. You can also download sample audio files to use in your projects and apply various audio effects such as echo, noise removal, pitch shifting, and many more. Reaper also comes with an integrated audio mixer and a built-in spectral audio editor. In addition, the application supports MIDI controllers and can be easily integrated with DAWs and other production tools.If you’re looking for a multi-track audio recording tool that offers plenty of customization options, Reaper is an excellent choice.
Install the Trello add-on
First things first, we need to install the Trello add-on if we want to create a connection between Reaper and Trello. To do that, click the “Tools” menu at the top of your screen and select “Add-ons.” We will be presented with a list of all add-ons installed on our machine. To install the add-on, click the green “Install” button next to it. Once the installation is complete, click the “Close” button to exit the add-on page. Now that we have the Trello add-on installed on our machine, we can create a new board for our project.
Create a new board for your project
Now that we’ve installed the Trello add-on, we can create a new board for our project in Trello. Click the “Add” menu item and select “New Board.” Let’s call the new board “Project X” for the sake of this example. Click “OK” to save the board. Now that we have created a new board in Trello, we can add cards for tasks and tracks. Note that we will only be able to add one card per board, so if you’re planning to use Trello to manage multiple projects, you will have to create a separate board for each of them.
Add cards for tasks and tracks
Let’s click on the “Add card” button at the top of the board. We will be given the option to select the type of card we wish to add. Let’s click on “New task” to create a card for recording tasks. We can now enter the name of the task and add a due date. Click “OK” to save the card. Clicking on the card itself will open a new window where we can view more details about the task. With the card for the task now added, let’s create a card for the track. Click on “Add card” again, but this time click on “New track”.
Assign team members to specific tasks
We can now assign team members to specific tasks by clicking on the “Members” button at the bottom of the card. Let’s assign the “Hammond organ” track to a team member named “Andy.” Click “OK” to save the assignment. Now that we have added the cards and assigned team members to the cards, let’s click on the “Play” button at the bottom of the board. This will link the board with the audio source in Reaper. Let’s go to Reaper and press the “Play” button on the top bar. The audio source will appear in the lower left corner of the screen. Now that we have the audio source linked to the board, let’s create a new track and assign the audio source to it. We can then start recording the task on the track.
Now that we’ve learned how to use Reaper 2 Trello, let’s review a few tips that will help you get the most out of the collaboration tool. First, it’s important to note that you can only use this integration if you’re using the Reaper desktop application. You cannot use the integration if you’re using the Reaper Online application. Secondly, be sure to create a new board for each project you’re working on. You can then add cards for tasks and tracks and assign team members to specific tasks by clicking on the “Members” button at the bottom of the card. Lastly, don’t forget to use the Play button on the top bar to link the board with the audio source. Now that you know how to use Reaper 2 Trello, you can streamline your workflow and save time in the process.