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The Ultimate REAPER Themes Collection: Discover the Top Skins of 2020 and How to Use Them



REAPER Themes Collection v.2020: The Best Skins for Your DAW




If you are a REAPER user, you probably know that one of the best features of this powerful digital audio workstation (DAW) is its ability to customize its appearance with different themes. Themes are skins that change the look and feel of REAPER, from the colors and icons to the layout and functionality of the interface.




REAPER Themes Collection v.2020



Themes can make your REAPER experience more enjoyable, inspiring, and productive. They can also help you adapt to different workflows, genres, and preferences. Whether you want a sleek and modern theme, a vintage and retro theme, or something in between, there is a theme for you.


But how do you find the best themes for REAPER? Where can you download them? And how do you install them? In this article, we will answer these questions and more. We will show you the REAPER Themes Collection v.2020, a huge compilation of the most amazing skins for your DAW. We will also give you some tips on how to use them and where to find more.


What is the REAPER Themes Collection v.2020?




The REAPER Themes Collection v.2020 is a pack of over 600 themes for REAPER, created by various designers and users from the REAPER community. It is the second installment of the most MegaEpic compilation ever to be conceived, the one and only..


The collection includes themes for every taste and style, from realistic emulations of hardware mixers and classic DAWs to futuristic and minimalist designs. Some of the themes are based on popular software like Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Cubase, FL Studio, Studio One, and more. Others are original creations that showcase the creativity and diversity of the REAPER community.


The collection also features themes for different screen resolutions, aspect ratios, and scaling options. Whether you have a small laptop or a large monitor, you can find a theme that fits your screen perfectly. You can also adjust the size and position of the elements in some themes to suit your needs.


The REAPER Themes Collection v.2020 is a free download that you can find on various websites and forums dedicated to REAPER. All thanks/credits/kudos go to their respective designers who generously shared their work with the world.


How to Install REAPER Themes




Installing REAPER themes is very easy and fast. You don't need any special software or skills to do it. All you need is the theme file and REAPER itself. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Download the theme file from the REAPER stash or any other website that offers REAPER themes. The theme file will have a .reaperthemezip extension.



  • Open REAPER and drag and drop the theme file into the REAPER window. Alternatively, you can double-click on the theme file and REAPER will open with the new theme.



  • Enjoy your new look! You can change the theme anytime by going to Options > Themes and selecting a different theme from the list.



That's it! You have successfully installed a new theme for REAPER. You can also customize some aspects of the theme, such as the track layouts, toolbar icons, and color schemes, by using the Theme Adjuster or the Theme Editor. These are advanced tools that allow you to tweak the appearance of your REAPER interface to your liking. You can access them by going to Options > Themes > Theme Adjuster / Theme Editor.


What are some of the best themes in the collection?




The REAPER Themes Collection v.2020 has so many themes that it can be hard to choose one. Of course, the best theme for you depends on your personal preference and taste, but here are some of the most popular and well-designed themes in the collection:


  • HYDRA: This theme by Blankfiles is a sleek and modern theme that resembles Studio One. It has a dark background, colorful meters, and a clean layout. It also comes with different track layouts, toolbar icons, and color schemes.



  • Imperial: This theme by White Tie is a realistic emulation of a hardware mixer. It has a vintage and retro vibe, with knobs, faders, buttons, and meters that look like real analog devices. It also has a lot of details and features that make it very functional and immersive.



  • Janne2016: This theme by Jannick is a minimalist and elegant theme that focuses on simplicity and clarity. It has a light background, subtle colors, and a spacious layout. It also has different track layouts for different purposes, such as recording, mixing, or mastering.



  • LCS_Blue: This theme by LCS is a futuristic and sci-fi theme that looks like something out of a movie. It has a blue background, neon lights, and a cool layout. It also has different track layouts for different genres, such as electronic, rock, or orchestral.



  • RADO Vox: This theme by RADO Records is a versatile and professional theme that adapts to different workflows and screen sizes. It has a dark background, bright colors, and a smart layout. It also has different track layouts for different types of tracks, such as vocals, guitars, drums, or synths.



How to Use the Theme Adjuster / Theme Editor




If you want to customize some aspects of your REAPER theme, such as the track layouts, toolbar icons, and color schemes, you can use the Theme Adjuster or the Theme Editor. These are advanced tools that allow you to tweak the appearance of your REAPER interface to your liking. Here is how to use them:


Theme Adjuster




The Theme Adjuster is a script that comes with the default REAPER 6 theme and some other themes that support it. It lets you change some basic settings of the theme, such as the name width, folder indents, and hiding of buttons in the TCP, MCP and transport. It also lets you change some global settings and custom colors of REAPER.


To access the Theme Adjuster, go to Options > Themes > Theme Adjuster. You will see a window with different tabs for different settings. You can adjust the settings by using sliders, checkboxes, or color pickers. You can also preview the changes in real time in your REAPER window.


Some of the settings you can change with the Theme Adjuster are:


  • The width of the track names in the TCP and MCP



  • The indent of folder tracks in the TCP



  • The visibility of buttons and labels in the TCP, MCP and transport



  • The size and position of meters and faders in the MCP



  • The color scheme of tracks, items, envelopes, and backgrounds



  • The global UI scaling and font size



  • The grid lines and snap settings



After you make your changes, you can save them as a new theme by clicking on Save As New Theme at the bottom of the window. You can also revert to the original theme by clicking on Reset All.


Theme Editor




The Theme Editor is a built-in tool that comes with REAPER. It lets you change any element of any theme, such as the images, colors, fonts, sizes, positions, and behaviors. It is a very powerful tool that requires some knowledge and skill to use it properly.


To access the Theme Editor, go to Options > Themes > Theme Editor. You will see a window with a lot of options and parameters. You can select any element of the theme by using the dropdown menus or by clicking on it in your REAPER window. You can then modify its properties by using sliders, text boxes, or buttons.


Some of the things you can do with the Theme Editor are:


  • Change the images of buttons, icons, knobs, faders, meters, etc.



  • Change the colors of text, labels, backgrounds, highlights, etc.



  • Change the fonts and sizes of text and labels



  • Change the sizes and positions of elements in the TCP, MCP, transport, etc.



  • Change the behaviors and functions of elements such as mouse actions, modifiers, etc.



After you make your changes, you can save them as a new theme by clicking on Save Theme at the bottom of the window. You can also undo your changes by clicking on Undo or Revert.


What are some tips and tricks for using themes?




Using themes can make your REAPER experience more enjoyable, inspiring, and productive. However, there are some tips and tricks that can help you get the most out of them. Here are some of them:


  • Use the SWS Resources window to manage your themes. The SWS Resources window is a tool that comes with the SWS extension for REAPER. It lets you organize your themes, scripts, presets, and other resources in a convenient way. You can also import and export themes, switch between them, and edit them with one click.



  • Use color palettes and toolbars to colorize your tracks or items. Color palettes are collections of colors that you can use to assign different colors to your tracks or items. Toolbars are collections of buttons that you can use to perform different actions in REAPER. Some themes come with their own color palettes and toolbars, or you can download them from websites like Reapertips.



  • Use metronome sounds and MIDI colormaps to enhance your theme. Metronome sounds are custom sounds that you can use to replace the default metronome sound in REAPER. MIDI colormaps are custom colors that you can use to colorize your MIDI notes in the MIDI editor. Some themes come with their own metronome sounds and MIDI colormaps, or you can download them from websites like Reapertips.



  • Use theme adjuster scripts to fine-tune your theme. Theme adjuster scripts are custom scripts that you can use to change some settings of your theme, such as the track layouts, toolbar icons, and color schemes. Some themes come with their own theme adjuster scripts, or you can download them from websites like Reaper Stash.



  • Use theme editor tutorials to create your own theme. Theme editor tutorials are guides that teach you how to use the Theme Editor tool in REAPER. The Theme Editor tool lets you change any element of any theme, such as the images, colors, fonts, sizes, positions, and behaviors. You can find theme editor tutorials on websites like Reaper Blog or YouTube.



Conclusion




REAPER is a powerful and versatile DAW that allows you to customize its appearance with different themes. Themes are skins that change the look and feel of REAPER, from the colors and icons to the layout and functionality of the interface. Themes can make your REAPER experience more enjoyable, inspiring, and productive.


In this article, we have shown you the REAPER Themes Collection v.2020, a huge compilation of the most amazing skins for your DAW. We have also shown you how to install REAPER themes, how to use the Theme Adjuster and the Theme Editor tools, and what are some of the best themes in the collection. We have also given you some tips and tricks for using themes, such as using the SWS Resources window, color palettes and toolbars, metronome sounds and MIDI colormaps, theme adjuster scripts, and theme editor tutorials.


We hope you have enjoyed this article and learned something new about REAPER themes. If you want to download the REAPER Themes Collection v.2020 or any other theme, you can find them on websites like Reaper Stash or Reapertips. You can also create your own theme by using the Theme Editor tool or following some theme editor tutorials.


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