The music industry is evolving. While some genres of music have become stagnant, electronic music has exploded in its innovative uses of music production. Some say guitar is getting left behind in the current music evolution, but I think guitar can play a front and center role in any type of music, be it EDM, orchestral, film scores, etc.
So this lesson shows you how to take a recorded guitar part - say some melody you dreamed up - and layer it with virtual instruments to create a larger, more dramatic sound.
The positive side effect of experimenting with layering is that it can lead you in all sorts of directions you wouldn't have otherwise gone in, and can spark ideas for you to further develop.
The lesson assumes you have some basic understanding of Reaper, which lately is my Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) of choice, thanks to its insane degree of customizability and expandability. Along those lines, I will show you in this lesson how user-contributed scripts can help create very fast and efficient workflows for music production.