Reaper Themes Download

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ReaPack is a package manager for REAPER, the Digital Audio Workstation.

Reaper Themes Download

Discover, install and keep up to date your REAPER resources including ReaScripts, JS effects,extensions, themes, language packs, templates, web interfaces and more.


Ready to use

Out-of-the-box access to more than 1,300 REAPER resource packagesincluding scripts, effects, extensions, themes and language packs.


Add more content to ReaPack by importing third-party repositories.A list of known repositories is maintained on this page.

Automatic updates

Browse through the package list and pick what you need.Keep all installed packages up-to-date with one clickor enable a setting to mass install every present and future packages.

Free software

Reaper Themes Windows 10

Free to use and open-source. ReaPack is decentralized by design:it can operate independently of any single entity or package source.

Offline use

The studio computer is not connected to internet?Export installed packages into an archive file and import themon an offline computer.

Beta-test mode

By default ReaPack displays stable releases only. Pre-releases can beinstalled in an opt-in fashion either per-package or globally.

For users

Using REAPER scripts does not require programming skills.Many package developers supply documentation that can be consultedwithin ReaPack.

For developers

Add your REAPER resources to ReaPack by submitting them using the package editor or setup your own repository.

External links

  • Video introduction by The REAPER Blog
  • Issue tracker for bug reports and feature ideas

There are two types of extensions for REAPER. One kind unlocks media encoding and decoding options, the other kind adds new features and tools to REAPER.

In this video you’ll learn how to install 4 extensions for REAPER: VLC, FFMPEG, SWS, and ReaPack.

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00:44 – Install VLC
02:05 – Install FFMPEG
06:03 – Install SWS
07:55 – Install ReaPack

1 – VLC Media Player
Used for Video Decoding, my preferred for editing.
Download – (64-bit)
Install – Run installer and run program standalone once before starting REAPER. In REAPER set video decoder priority to: vlc

2 – FFmpeg
Used for media decoding and encoding, needed for H.264 rendering on Windows.
Download – (4.2.2 – 64-bit Mac/Win – Shared)
Install Windows – copy contents of bin folder to REAPER’s userplugins folder
Install Mac – copy contents of bin folder to usr/local/lib

3 – SWS / S&M Extension
Adds a bunch of tightly integrated features to REAPER such as auto-color, cycle action editor, and hundreds of actions
Download –

Install windows – Run exe and choose the reaper install location (in program files). It will automatically install to the reaper(x64)/plugins folder in the Program Files folder.

Install Mac – Open dmg, add reaper_sws-x86_64.dylib to userplugins folder

4 – ReaPack
A package manager that makes it simple to download and update the thousands of user-made scripts, themes, JSFX and more.
Download –
Install Windows – copy reaper_reapack64.dll to userplugins folder
Install Mac – copy reaper_reapack64.dylib to userplugins folder

Inside REAPER go to extensions menu, Reapack: Manage Repositories
Set options to Install new packages when synchronizing.


Huge thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring The REAPER Blog for this video