Reaper: How to move Project with Media Files to another Drive


In my case, i will temporary store current Raper project with all media files in SSD for faster access. Since there is only 128GB SSD, it will soon become full after few projects. One solution for me, once the project done, project file and media files that it used will be moved to HDD.

Steps is easy, click on File -> Save Project As -> a windows will prompt as image above, click on 3rd option: “Move all media into project directory” -> choose the drive and folder to save.Then i’ll those extra media files and project files stored in: This PC > Documents > Reaper Media.

Spotify Malaysia: Yuna performed at First-ever Spotify Session in Asia

Spotify is excited to share that Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna has marked her Asian debut on Spotify Sessions, which are intimate, exclusive performances by artists. Spotify has previously featured Franz Ferdinand, Band of Horses, Mumford and Sons, and Of Monsters and Men, amongst many others, on its Spotify Sessions.

In her session, Yuna performed four tracks from her latest album, Nocturnal – ‘Mountains’, ‘Rescue’, ‘Falling’ and ‘I Want You Back’ alongside a cover of Drake’s ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’.

How to: Purchase Gibson Les Paul at Singapore and bring it back to Malaysia

Many guitar players in Malaysia want to own a Gibson Les Paul in their collection, so as me, have been wanted to get one since years back when Gibson released Gibson Les Paul Traditional. The Traditional model that placed in between Studio and Standard where the price tag at USD 2,249 (MSRP).

Now, there are few problems to get a Gibson guitar in this country, the lack of the “exclusive dealer”, stock availability for test up, irresponsible sales person and overprice charged for whatever (shipping, handling fees, bla bla bla…) they counted in. Refer the LYN forum thread here and here. In short, it is troublesome to buy it and having too much risk to put on without testing it. For a person with a limited budget, i have to gets hands-on of the actual guitar to make a right decision.

Had a bad luck on Godin Multiac Steel SA, wrong purchase as it doesn’t suit me. Lesson learned that you have to spend some time (research, review) on the guitar, hands-on the actual unit, play it and don’t buy it yet if you got any doubt else you might regret sooner or later like i did.

(Swee Lee Music Showroom @ Peninsula Plaza, Singapore)

However, there are still good guy dealers that can help you to bring new/used Gibson from US or SG, you may try Music Master (where i bought the lovely 2nd hand Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster) and “famous sofa owner” Dead Eye Guitars Calvim, they provide reasonable price and let you test if stock available. However, for new Gibson Les Paul, problems stated above still exist, such as: you have to order, wait for it to ship over and the most important, what if you don’t like the one you holding?

Since kinda difficult to get it right in Malaysia, therefore i look at Swee Lee Music, the main distributor for Gibson at our neighbour country, Singapore. Swee Lee is the only distributor in Singapore, every other shop that sell new Gibson’s are taken from Swee Lee, refer here, even The Guitar Store in Malaysia. Still not believe? check this on Gibson official website, under both Malaysia and Singapore section: International Distributors

What Difference Does It Make: A Film About Making Music

Music lovers will love this film, titled “What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music“. In celebration of Red Bull Music Acedemy 15th anniversary, they have work together with award winning director Ralf Schmerberg to create a full-length documentary film, starring Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Giorgio Moroder, Erykah Badu, Nile Rodgers, Rakim, Skream, Q-Tip, Bernie Worrell, Egyptian Lover, Ken Scott, Thundercat, Richie Hawtin, James Murphy, Debbie Harry and Stephen O’ Malley.

Shot at the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy in New York and produced by Schmerberg’s Berlin-based artist collective Mindpirates, the film focuses in on the creative process – but ends up asking questions about life itself. Following the young artists attending the Academy as well as featuring talking head interviews with musicians who have seen the twists and turns of the music industry, What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music is full of (direct and indirect) insights.” (Red Bull Music Academy)

The film is now available for free streaming or offline view (download) in both SD (Standard Definition) and HD (High Definition) mode.