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lunes, 14 de abril de 2008

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Recording Automation Patterns

When you load up FL Studio's demo songs you'll notice that they all use automation patterns.

Automation patterns are useful for the fact that they can be re-used as many times as you need in a project. This is why they are kept separate from other patterns containing sounds. It's a lot less mess to record each automation to a separate pattern so they can be easily moved if need be.

It is important when recording automation in real-time that you have the latency set as low as possible to avoid delays between when you move knobs, and when they are perceived to move in the song. Check your audio settings.

Place a new pattern in the position that you want the automation to be recorded in your song.

Name the pattern so it is easily identified by right-clicking on the pattern name and giving it a title.

Select song mode, toggle on "wait for input", press record then play on the task bar so FL Studio is armed for recording. (I would advise that if you are wanting to fade a volume knob in for example, to make sure the knob is on zero before arming for a "wait for input" recording.)

Make sure the pattern you want to record the automation to in the playlist is highlighted by left-clicking the pattern name.

Line the cursor up to the place you want to start recording from.

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