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viernes, 30 de mayo de 2008

Psy Trance Bassline fl studioTutorial como hacer un bass de psychedelic en fruity loops video


como hacer un bass de psychedelic usando albino y fruty loops
How to make a psychedelic bass tutorial
Little video on how to make a Full On Psy-Trance Bassline

The program is FL Studio
Using Albino plugin
Make sure you have the tempo around 145bpm
Piano roll need to be set at 1/32


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free fl studio tutorial Automation (Recording the Movement of Parameters)


Basics: 6, Automation (Recording the Movement of Parameters)

Ok, even though its incredibly simple, there's probably loads of people that actually use FL now that don't really know how automation really works in FLStudio. So first off, I'm going to paste a bit straight from the help file, just to let ppl get the idea on what can be controlled in the first place and the diffrent types of FLStudios automation.

Almost any control movement in FLStudio can be recorded, so it turns/slides exactly the way you want it next time when you play the song. You can then refine recorded events using the Event Editor. If you own an external MIDI controller, you can use it to tweak the automated controls as well.

You can also let special internal controller plugins (Like the fruity peak controller or Formula Controller) move the controls for you programmatically. These plugins can, for example, follow the special features of a sound (like volume envelope, as in the Fruity Peak Controller) and map them to the value of a control of your choice, or provide automatic LFO for controls where otherwise that would be impossible etc.

To check if any control can be recorded or linked to an external MIDI controller, position the cursor over it and check what is displayed in the hint field of the Main panel. Look for these icons:

This icon shows the control is automatable (events can be recorded and then edited with an Event Editor)

This icon shows the control can be remotely controlled by a MIDI controller.

So there are five ways to add "live tweaks" to your project:

  1. Live Recording - Where you basically set a pattern to record to, hit record and play, then all movements you make are recorded.
  2. Event Editor - This is what you use to edit what's been recorded live, or just to add or edit simple automation. You can also do simple LFO's here.
  3. Live Recording Using MIDI Controller - This is by far the easiest way to record one or more controls at the same time using knobs, sliders, or even motor faders. I got a Behringer BCR2000 which is basically a bank of 32 knobs just for using to link up to things over MIDI. I defiantly recommend getting something like this if you end up recording a lot of stuff yourself.
  4. Internal Controller Plugins - These can, for example, follow the special features of a sound (like volume envelope, as in the Fruity Peak Controller) and map them to the value of a control of your choice, or provide automatic LFO for controls where otherwise that would be impossible etc.
  5. Automation Clips - Automation clips are another way to automate parameters using 'spline-based graphs'. The automation clips are placed directly in the dedicated tracks inside the Playlist window, and the channel which is added to the Step Sequencer is where you can add an LFO. There are flash video tutorials on just the automation clips back on the tutorials page.

As a rule you should only ever really use a blank pattern for just the one piece of automation on it, so its easy to pick apart and place it where you want later on. Just using the one 'Main Automation' pattern will end up with a mix of automations and will be a pain to separate once you want them starting at different times. Although sometimes you might want to group some things together on one pattern for a specific part of the tune like a breakdown where a certain few things are automated just at that one time.

Having one piece of automation per pattern allows you to start it whenever you want in the track and allows you to name automation patterns under the name of the automated control you have moving around. So it just ends up being easier to change things around the song and overall, being more organized.

Ok, on to the tutorial...

, OK, Start off with renaming a blank pattern to Auto1 or whatever best suits the automation you will create, by right clicking where it says the name of the pattern in the playlist.

2, Add a dot where you need to start the automation.

, Enter into Song mode.

, Press Record.

5, You can click 'Wait For Input' to get FL to only start once you move a control or hit a note.

, Or use the countdown.

6, Or use the countdown.

, Or use the countdown.

, Click in the playlist on Auto1 or whatever you named it, to select the pattern, so it will record the automation to this pattern.

8, Bring the cursor to where you want to start recording, or a bit before.

9, If its FX your automating, bring the FX window to the front by clicking it in the Mixer (F9).

10, Now click record and then click play, now tweak any automatable controllers and make your recording session, but remember, you HAVE to keep the same pattern selected to stay recording on it. If you change to another pattern before you record, your automation will be recorded there, and it can be hard to remove it when you don't know where it is. You can click View > Automation, and you will be able to see all automation in the browser, but if you have a lot of automation in your project at the time, it can be hard to find where the last thing you just tweaked went!

11, Click on stop. You can cancel a recording session (so it does not apply the recorded notes and automation events) in two ways. The first one is to choose the 'Cancel current recording' command from Help menu, but note that you should do this while recording BEFORE pressing the Stop button. If you do miss it, you can still undo the whole recording session by choosing Undo from the Edit Menu or hitting CTRL-Z.

, If you are using FL Studio, (v4 or higher), It will show you the length of the recorded events.

, Now, right click a controller you recorded, and go to 'Edit events'. (Making sure you are still on the same pattern you recorded on. If not just press NUM+ or NUM- till you see it.)

4, Now you can see what you have just recorded, and edit as you like!

5, You can now repeat this recorded automation as often as you like, by simply adding it to the playlist where ever you want it to play out!

Remember, its not just FX that can be automated, You can automatable 99% of fruityloops' wheels, knobs, sliders, buttons, switches, even LCD's! Try assigning a bunch of different effects to a few FX channels, then get some long pad sounds and record yourself switching them between the FX channels... you can then get some effects moving around for some atmospheric pads to start you off on some tunes!

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how to add fx effects in a proyect using fl studio tutorials free


Basics: 5, Adding FX (Effects)

This'll show you how to get vsts and directX plugins into your track so you can mash up dem soundz like the propa rude boy you always thought you were!

, All you have to do is click on the relevant channel (instrument) that you want to add FX to...

, Then, its property box (channel settings) should open, in the right hand corner is a light green shaded box. Route your instrument to an FX channel (by dragging it up),.

, Now open the FX window by either double clicking the light green box, or using the shortcut panel shown below. (Keyboard shortcut: F9)

The FX window (shown below) will now open.

, OK, click on the arrow to the left of a slot, like in the picture above, and add an effect (VST or DX).

, Choose one from the list, or if the one you want isn't listed as a favorite, choose "More..." for a list of the rest of the plugins found on your system (You might need to point Fruityloops to your VST plugins folder in the folder options, (shortcut = F10 then click on 'File' on the left.))

, Now edit your plugin while playing, experiment and see what sounds you can create, it's more fun creating than just loading a sample. Particuarly effective is adding delay to a TB404, or adding chorus to a lacklustre bass synth.

Another great effect is to slowly build up a couple of synths in tandem, use a filter, automate the cutoff frequency and band pass, this is one of the best things about Fruityloops, automating, which put simply, just means recording knob and fader movements or editing them manually to move in time...

The Lowdown:

You have 16 FX channels in Fruityloops v3, and 64 in FL Studio v4+, each FX channel can hold 8 plugins in series (one after the other). FLStudio v4 introduced a wet/dry knob to the right of each plugin slot, so you can now mix as much or as little as you like of the effect in to the mix. It also has a master channel and 4 sends. And if thats not enough, you can send the OUT of one FX channel to the input of another fx channel to add another 8 FX plugins there!

One thing to really remember about using FX plugins, is to always make sure all your plugins are using a feature called 'smart disable', which is an option to have the plugins automaticlly turn off when they are not in use, which can save a massive amount of CPU power. This can be activated for each plugin indivually in the options list from a button on the top left of your plugin or, better still, in the mixers options (top left button) there is a 'Switch smart disable for all' which makes sure all the plugins that are loaded are using this feature - If your still using Fruityloops v3, you will find this option in Tools / misc macros / switch smart disable for all. v4 and 5 now have it in the plugins menu.

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fl studio images tutorials Intro to FLStudio & Using the Step Sequencer


The Basics! - Intro to FLStudio & Using the Step Sequencer

This for the absolute beginner, as I was not so long ago, from arranging a simple sequence to arranging full blown tunes. Once you have covered the basic tutorials on this site, you'll know how to write simple tracks and know how to work on them.

I work in a methodical way, choosing some samples for drums, instruments and etc then on to layering them with each other to create the main part or the intro of the track. With FLStudio this is SO simple and its why I have stuck to using it for almost everything I do in music.

Making good music takes time and some dedication, a bit of planning, and experience and is a shitload of fun getting there, making crap tracks is a laugh sometimes whether its a pain or not that you can't finish it. At the end of the day, the more you like doing it and the more you want to do it, the better you'll get! No one is born a musician!

Ok, you now have the interface staring at you, with some weird boxes and windows, you'll see whats what as we go on so don't worry about not knowing everything yet!

First off we're gonna add some stuff and make a simple beat. So open FLStudio, and go to File > New, to make sure were starting from fresh here.

1, Now left click some of the Step buttons on the Step Sequencer (Keyboard Shortcut - F6) to create a simple drum loop. To remove a note, click again or right click, (depending on what's set in the options).

(You might want to add some different samples from the Sample Browser (F8). Drag and drop them over to the Step Sequencer to use them. If you want to use your own samples, add them to the sample browser in Options > File settings)

2, Note the switch that says "PAT" and "SONG" on the left, make sure "PAT" (short for Pattern) is highlighted. This switches Fruityloops between two modes - 'Pattern mode' and 'Song mode' which tells FLStudio to play either the current pattern your on, or to play what is drawn out in the Playlist, but we will get in to the Playlist later.

Press the Play button at the top of the screen to hear the pattern you made..

This is Pattern No1, that you are editing as shown by the LCD to the right of tempo.

3, OK, now to change the active pattern, drag the LCD. up or down or press Numpad + or - keys on your keyboard. With the tempo, just drag it up and down from the LCD, this is pretty common in FLStudio where ever you see an LCD.


4, Lets make Pattern No2 a bit more exciting, Change to Pattern No2, and right click on a sampler/instrument in the Step Sequencer... this brings up a list of things you can add to a pattern.

Pick out something like Simsynth, DX10, TS404, or WASP, they are "Soft Synths" not great ones, but thats where external "VSTi's" come in later!

5, Click on the Keyboard Editor display button up on the top right of the Step Seq.

6, I guess you figured by now you can click on the Steps in the note you want them in!

, OK, you now have 2 patterns in your project. How do you put them together as part of the tune?

Well, you should hopefully have by now gotten a drum pattern on Pattern No1, and a synth riff on Pattern No2, So what you need to do now is come out of pattern mode and go into song mode to put them together in the Playlist...

OK, Left click once on SONG at the top to change to song mode.

8, There are 5 buttons up at the top right of the screen, this is the Shortcut Panel. Click on PL on the left, to get the Playlist up. (Keyboard shortcut F5)

9, And now, the top horizontal line is pattern No1, the second No2, etc... You can rename these by just right clicking on the text. For example, No1 could be called renamed from "Pattern 1" to "Drums", and you could rename Pattern No2 to mean something more significant like "Synth riff" like you should have there.

All you need to do here in the Playlist to get the individual patterns to play over time, is just left click to make a block appear in the line with the corrisponding pattern.

So to get Pattern No1 (our drums) to repeat for 8 bars. and the synth to play only once every 2 bars, you'd draw out like it is in the picture. Then when you hit play, the synth will play along with the drums you made ealier. All pretty straight forward stuff!

10, Now hit play to start it rollin!

Play about and have fun, experiment as much as you can with diffrent sounds, download yourself some samples, VSTi synths, and VST / Direct-X effects, (you can learn how to install them in the next-but-one tutorial) just basicly mess about for a while making sounds and you should start getting used to how FLStudio works fairly quickly as once you learn the basics, all the rest falls into place after a while!

You'll find that most of the things in FLStudio are very methodical, i.e... You'll add an instrument, make it sound good, make a melody with it in the step sequencer or piano roll, then decide 'Do I want FX in it?', if so, then route it up to an FX channel and add some FX there.. then draw it in into the playlist, press play and you'll have it playing amongst your other stuff, exactly where you want it to. If you get stuck on what something is or why something dosn't work, check the help for a second, run a search, or just hover hour mouse over the thing your unsure about and some info will always pop up up in the title bar at the top! Failing that

The more complex stuff will be covered in a little more detail later, as will be Automation of Plug-Ins (What's a Plug-In you may ask!?), have you always wanted that slow fade into a rave track that builds up, not just the volume but 3 synths in tandem, with that "strange" sort of pre-phased sound, all it takes is a filter, AUTOMATED!

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Start creating music on your computer with these free tools.


Start creating music on your computer with these free tools.

If you are in college, or are on a tight budget, you still can create and experiment with electronic music without spending a dime. You need to start with a sequencer that can support VSTs. If you can't afford a commercial sequencer that supports VSTs, like Ableton Live or Cubase which can cost upwards of $500, there are plenty of open-source, shareware and free sequencers that will get you started.

A software sequencer is a tool that records, edits and plays-back commands (typically MIDI) that can be interpreted as sound; essentially, a tool that records a sequence of data. VST, or Virtual Studio Technology, is a standard developed by Steinberg allowing the development of software modules to sythesize sound or layer filter effects over pre-recorded sound. Commonly referred to as VST Plugins, these tools allow for the complete replacement of expensive hardware typically found in musician's studios of the past. However, many may argue that you can't obtain true creative freedom using strictly digital software tools.

Debate aside, the point is, with a pure software environment, you can easily create music wherever you are, when the inspiration strikes. Plus, keeping with the open spirit of the internet, there are literally hundreds of free VST plugins and syntheizers available to you, right now, so that you can leap into the creative process. Below are some free (or nearly free) software tools you might want to get started with. For the industrious sort, there are many music tools that are GNU/Linux compatible (for the lay folk: after paying for a computer, you don't need to pay Microsoft or Apple for an operating system to create music).

Software Sequencers
Name Description O/S
Aero Studio Aero Studio is an excellent software sequencer that includes traditional piano-roll automation with a tracker style pattern editor. This advanced sequencer also supports VST plugins. Windows
Analog Box 2 Now this is a cool piece of software. It went a bit over my head at first, and I really have to sit down for a day or three to get a handle on it. Basically it is tool that lets you build a low-level, circuit-based modular software synthesizer. You can import modules on the interface, connect them together, adjust parameters and even hook-up VSTi plugins. For the tech-heads, this one is a challenge. Check out the sample circuitry and tutorials on the site. Windows
DreamStation The original DreamStation is a stand-alone music workstation, which includes a 32-track sequencer, knob automation and midi support. The software also includes mixing tools, FX processors and synthesizers. However, DreamStation II (in beta as of this writing) now includes VST/VSTi plugin support which would make it a complete package. The software is nearly free at $49 bucks. Windows
Psycle This superb tracker-style sequencer has been around for a long time. It has a 64-track pattern editor, native synths, effects processors and a stereo sampler and support VST plugins. This site has an active forum with presets, samples and example songs. Windows
Psycle This superb tracker-style sequencer has been around for a long time. It has a 64-track pattern editor, native synths, effects processors and a stereo sampler and support VST plugins. This site has an active forum with presets, samples and example songs. Windows
Qtractor Qtractor is an exceptional achievement by the open-source movement. It is a beautiful audio/midi multitrack sequencer with features similar in appearance and usage to Ableton Live. At present it does not support VST plugins, however, keep tabs on this project if you're a Linux user, as VST support will be a natural progression. Check the screenshots on the site, it might be a good reason to dual boot your windows box with linux. GNU/Linux
MusE MusE is another open-source audio and midi sequencer for Linux. I haven't used this one yet, but it does claim to support windows-based VSTi plugins using the WINE library. More information here about native windows VST integration with Linux sequencers using WINE. GNU/Linux
TSE3 Then there is TSE3. This is for the exceptionally advanced CS-majors and developer gurus. It is a C++ sequencer library that can be used to develop a proper music sequencer with a User Interface. In essence, this open-source package gives you the low-level tools to build your own sequencing application from the ground up. Linux
VST/VSTi Plugins
Name Description O/S
AMVST Of course we must promote first our own, in-house VSTis from AMVST! We offer terrific a number of free (and commercial) VSTi synths and FX plugins. Once you're satisfied with a host sequencer, downlowd the IDJ 3-OSC VA VSTi synth. It's free and has some great features. Windows
Crystal Soft Synth Crystal is a free VST plugin that has several advanced options typically found in costly software. It generates sound using both subtractive and FM synthesis. It includes complete modulation control with 90 parameters that can be modulated, graphical editors, built-in effects and many more professional features. A must for serious music programmers. Windows and Mac
Superwave P8 Professional quality sounds and functionality offered by Superwave P8; yet it's free! This VST plugin offers 64 Patch memory, 8 voice polyphony, 2 oscillators and much more. Definitely a must for your toolbox of synthesizers. Windows

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tips para mejorar tecnica de produccion en fl studio


que debemos de hacer para mejorar nuestra tecnica de produccion en fl studio?
que hay que hacer para hacer mejores temas, mejor calidad en sonido..?

primero antes de todo, hay que usar el programa, ponerse a hacer temas improvisado, planteandose metas y objetivos como por ejemplo:

hacer un tema trance, tecno, house, hardcore o lo que sea, la tecnica se mejorar unicamente practicando, y practicando y creando mas temas para que el nivel de conocimiento se incremente en todos los aspectos.

es importante compartir nuestros temas propios creados, para que los demas hagan criticas, y siempre tomar el lado bueno de nuestras producciones por muy criticas destructivas que sean...

cuanto tiempo dedicar en fl studio?

el tiempo es factor clave en nuestra progresion, si le dedicamos poco tiempo al dia las estadisticas indican que nos tomara mas tiempo en dominar el software y nuestra mejoras en produccion...

lo mas recomendable es dedicar minimo unas 4 horas continuas por dia minimo para estar reconcentrados en lo que queremos hacer... y asi avanzar a un buen paso...

sino tienes tiempo para producir musica, no esperes mucho pero si tienes todo el dia para hacerlo, pues aprovecha ese tiempo para mejorar tu tecnica y sacrifica algunas actividades de tu vida diaria, valdra la pena a largo plazo :D

a la hora de hacer una produccion dependiendo de la complejidad que esta tenga, nos llevara horas , dias, semanas incusive meses...

si solo dedicas 1 hora por dia y al dia siguiene continuas con la misma cancion y tu estado de animo cambia muy dificilmente retomaras el tiempo pq el estado de animo es otro factor clave a la hora de producir

es el estado de animo factor clave en nuestras melodias o musica ?

por supuesto si vivimos felices en nuestras vida, generalmente las canciones seran alegres... si tenemos problemas preocupaciones o tristezas eso se reflejara en nuestras producciones...
y cuando se andan en momentos desesperantes y de caos... los temas seran muy agresivos...

es por ello recomendado trabajar lo maximo el tema al dia para que no cueste retomarlo el dia siguiente, y si esto continua asi de mal se acumularan muchos temas incompletos que lo unico que hara es llenarnos mas de proyectos inconclusos...

espero que estos tips basicos e indispensables les ayuden a todos los fruity loopers y a todos en general...


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jueves, 29 de mayo de 2008

fl studio tutorials basic mixing free download instrumentos in space


BASIC MIXING, Positioning instruments in space (flp loop package)

Positioning instruments in space is crucial part of music production process.
This tutorial consists of one flp loop package file (FL Studio 7).
Only main aspects of positioning are covered in this tutorial file. Theory is a little bit wider, but
should show you how important is equalization, compression and panning to exactly place and define sound in limited aural space.

Hope you enjoy this one.

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how to make drum & bass with Addictive Drums nice tutorials


Addictive Drums-Drum n Bass Distortion
making some drum & bass

A demonstration of Addictive Drums using distortion and compression to create a uniqe sound. Everything is happening inside AD and is controlled in real time.

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In this video we look at what trance is all about.
i give you a demonstration on how to mix it and what to look for in constructing the perfect set.
toons are

left cdj, coast to coast featuring le salphoenix "cut me" , right cdj, corin Morley " enlightenment"

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DJ Tutorial,How to structure your mix


Take your mix from a good mix to a pro mix.
in this tutorial we look at counting the bars /phrases in the toons.
By counting the b/ ph at the beginning and end of each toon can help you with the structure of your mix and take it to the next level.
right cdj, Andre Harris " is it music" vocal mix.
left cdj, junior Jack (stupidisco) " Dare me"

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DJ TUTORIAL.How / Where to bring a toon in.



In this video we look at music structure and how by counting bars we can bring the next toon in at a better place, and so giving us a better sounding mix.
toons are 1, vula" If you want it" and pulse " the lover that you are" (more)

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Dj Tutorial, Video 3, The loop function of a CDJ turntable


The loop function of the CDJ 800 MK 2.
So you sample a section but it's a little out of beat , what do you do?

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Mini-Tutorial de Dj Tedu


Mini-Tutorial de Dj Tedu para inciarse en las tecnicas basicas de scratch

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Dj tutorial, Bass, Mid, Top and Gain lesson1


DJ tutorial - Lesson one on the contols of your mixer

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DJ Tutorial, How to mix Hip Hop , Soul, RNB


A tutorial for the new DJ who would like to mix the likes of soul, rnb and hip hop.toons are Kelly Rowland" can't nobody" and A triber called quest "Oh my god"

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Dj tutorial, mix lesson 1 for the beginner!!!!!


hi, this is basicaly my phillosophy behind the pitch. I am trying to explain how it works and trying to give a comparison with the speed of two cars.It's easy when you know how , but if you dont know how it can be a night mare.
For hundreds more dj tutorial vids go to djtutor.com

practise and n joy!

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How to MIX, DJ Tutorial. The drop. tutoriales como ser dj


How to MIX.
In this video i will show you how to drop one toon into the other, basicaly forming a good flow of the music.
Toons are taken from cdpool top 100 Dance floor fillers 5 cd box set.

Toons are from cd 5 track 2 and 3.
This method of mixing applies to all formats of dj kit, not just cdj turntables.

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Dj tutorial : How to scratch , for the beginner,1;


The first move in scratching/editing sounds on record dx, cd dx.
Fr hundreds more DJ tutorial vieos like this go to djtutor.com

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First Polish Dj Tutorial. www.deck.pl part 1/2

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DJ Tutorial. Fun with the CUE button on CDJ turntable's

Toons are my right Larry Tee & Princess superstar, " Licky"
my left, Full blown, " Madness"
toons from cd pool underground May and April 08

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Vocals Effects fx modulate fl studio voice fx


Blue City Productions **Don't Worry**

New Beat In FL Studio By Blue City Productions.

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S.C.B. Bass Test (PART 3) JUNE 2008


RELAUNCHED JUNE 2008.Recommended Bass song





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NuStyle Kick Tutorial vsti drums beat plugins mircrotunik tutorial


Another NuStyle Kick it's all simple but to build simply after.
using microtunik

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How to make vocal effects house music fl studio, House. Echofinder - Believe


house song, vocals from HOUSE EJAY only i put a Vocoder effect, enjoy and add me on new myspace www.myspace.com/vokodingproduktions or old myspace www.myspace.com/echofinder

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Hip Hop Beat Music in FL STUDIO


Heres my first decent beat LOL.

sort of sounds soulja boy ish

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  • Using Fruity Loops

    The Step Sequencer

    In order to understand this tutorial, you will need to know the basics of operating FL. When you start up FL studio you should be greeted with a screen with a bunch'a blocks on it.

    This is the step sequencer. The step sequencer is where you make the patterns that make up the song. The different drum parts, the different "riffs", and so on. Then you assemble this riffs in the playlist, which I will explain next. I will explain the parts

  • Drums

    I know, reading this is boring, so I'll give you a little something to do.
    Make sure you are editing the first pattern. (make sure the little led display with "PAT" underneath it says 1)

    See the kick instrument? Left click on the box at the beginning of each beat. Like so..

    Hit the play button. You have just made an extremely basic drum beat.

    Mess around with the drum instruments you see here, left click to add, right click to remove. Dont go overboard with the drums!

    When you are ready to move on.. move on!

  • The top bar thing.. I dunno what to call it.

    01. These little buttons switch between the pattern in the step sequencer, and the entire song in the playlist.
    02. Little slider to slide through the song.. :P
    03. Play, Stop, and Record.
    04. Adjusts tempo, just click and move the mouse up or down.
    05. Selects a step sequencer pattern. Adjusted like tempo.

    06. Playlist editor. (F5)
    07. Step Sequencer. (F6)
    08. Piano Roll (F7)
    09. Browser. (F8)
    10. Mixer. (F9)

  • Basslines

    Now you will learn how to add a bassline using the piano roll.

    But, first, remove all the fiddling you did with the drums, or open a new project with File > Open.

    Now, put a kick on each beat, and a hihat on each offbeat, and a clap on the 2nd and 4th beat. like so.

    Click play to see how it sounds. Nice and simple. Now, for the bass. Right click on the snare, and go to Insert > BooBass. A screen will appear with the boobass settings, this synth is very basic, and only has 3 knobs, Treble, Bass, and Mid. Mess around with them if you like, and see what it sounds like with the little keyboard on the bottom.

    Once you are done with that, right click on the BooBass and select Piano Roll, a window will appear, it will have a keyboard on the right, and a buncha empty slots. It appears a little daunting at first, but it isnt hard at all. Basically, on the big bunch of squares next to the keyboard, you place notes. The time goes from left to right when you click play. You place notes just like you did with the drums. But now, you can drag them around, and change the notes. Make something like this.

    This makes an eighth note play on every offbeat at C5. Press play. Starting to sound like a song isnt it? I put the bass on the offbeat, so the mix doesnt get muddy, if I had the bass and the kick going at the same time they both take up a very similar frequency range, and things would get kind of muddy. The Kick-Bass pattern is a staple in most electronic music styles.

    Now go to the next measure in the piano roll, place the same pattern at F5, then the next measure should be G5, and then F5 again, A simple I,IV,V progression. Click play. Didnt sound right did it? The drums only played during the first measure didnt they? Easy fix. Toggle the little box next to the arrow at the top right of the step sequencer. (Labeled with a 2 on the diagram). Press play, and the drums should repeat every measure.


  • Playlist Editor

    Press F5 to open the playlist editor. It looks kinda similar to the piano roll, but you organize patterns instead of notes. Place the pattern with the bass and drums you just made, which should have been pattern 1, so just click next to pattern one, and position it to take up the first 4 bars. Place another to take up the next 4 bars. Mouse over to the play button, but before you click play, toggle the little square with the word "SONG" next to it, to play the stuff in the playlist, instead of the one pattern in the step sequencer. Then click play. (You can click anywhere on the blackish horizontal bar with the numbers on it to skip around the song.)

  • Making A Good Synth Sound

    Time to program a nice lead synth!

    01. Right click one of the instruments in the step sequencer and go to Insert > 3xOSC.

    This synth has some pretty complex controls compared to BooBass. This synth has 3 synths that play at once. (Hence the 3xosc). Press some buttons on the little piano keyboard. By default, this synth is pretty plain sounding. Lets spice it up a bit.

    02. Under Osc 1 click the shape that looks like a backwards N, this changes the wave of the sound to a rough saw shape, instead of a smooth sine. Still sounds pretty plain though doesnt it? Go ahead and change all the OSCs to this shape.

    Osc stands for oscillator, it basically generates a very simple sound waveform in the shape you specify (The white buttons), This intrument, layers 3 oscillators over each other. The settings we just plugged are refered to as a Super Saw most of the time, these settings are very overused, and appear in hundreds of trance songs. Producers have grown sick of this preset, and most hate it to death. But, it will work for now.

    The Knobs next to the osc are Volume, Pan, Course Tuning (1 note at a time), and Fine Tuning (around a cent at a time, up to 50 cents in either direction). By default, the Course tunning is set to have a 3 octave harmony, and the fine tunnings are all at 0 detune.

    03. On Osc 2, very slightly adjust the Fine knob to the left, and on Osc 3, move it slightly to the Right.

    This will create a chorus/flanger effect. The slight dissonance between the 3 oscillators makes the intument sound wider, fuller, and bit fatter.

    04. At the top of the 3xOSC window, click on Misc, and toggle the box that says Porta.

    This will make thesynth slide from note to note, mosts lead synths sound better with a subtle slide. The knob labled slide, changes the speed of the slide, leave it at default for now.

    05. At the top right of the 3xOSC click on the box label FX, and drag your mouse slightly upward, so it says 1.

    This routes the instrument through the first Effects channel. Press F9 to open the mixer. There should be a master, and a bunch of inserts, and 4 sends. The inserts are the places where you insert intruments to add effects, adjust volume, EQ, ect. The master add effects to the entire track. The sends are a little weird. Sounds can be sent here via plugin, or sometimes synths have options to send parts of the synth to one of the sends. I will explain the uses of the sends in a later lesson.

    06. Click on Insert 1.

    This is the insert you just routed your new synth too. All the way to the left. There is 8 things labeled from 1 to 8, these are the 8 slots for effects.

    07. Click on the arrow next to one of the eight slots, and go to Select > Fruity Reverb.

    Adds a reverb effect to everything in insert 1, which is only the lead synth we made.

    08. On the new window click on the button in the very top right corner and go to Presets > Subtle.

    This will change the settings of the reverb to something more subtle.

    09.Now add an effect to slot 2, Insert > Delay 2. Set the preset to Stereo Effect, and adjust the Cut knob to a little less than half way.

    The cut knob adjusts the effects low pass filter. This will make the higher frequencies the repeat be cut out, so the repeat isnt as pronounced as the note itself. Play around with the keyboard some more, see how it sounds.


    The settings for the synth, and the effects. (Dont just copy this, there is another step, and valuable information in the above paragraph)

    Now, to write the lead. Got to pattern 2. I felt like doing a corny major happy riff thing. So I did. (See the pattern below)Basically, its the root of the chord in that measure, the major 3rd, and the 5th, its basically and arpeggio of the Cmajor chord. And then, you select the lasso tool from the tools at the top of the piano roll, and select all of the notes. Hit Ctrl+c to copy, scroll over to the next measure and paster, drag the notes up to F6, so it transposes to an Fmajor arpeggio. Do that for the paste and transpose to G for the next measure, and then F measure for the last measure, a simple, happy sounding major lead. Now, place that pattern in the play list matched up with the second 4bars for pattern 1.


    Hit play. The bass and drums should play, and then the lead should kick in the second time around.

  • These are some of the basics of Fruity Loops, the next chapters will cover more techniques I use, how to program a Sytrus synth, how to make a complete song, and how to mix and master it!

    Download the Fruity Loops project file here.

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    unstable likes to mess around with your audio pitch, with 3 subtle pitch modulation modes to simulate the unpredictable but lovable pitch instability of an old tape machine or analogue equipment. It doesn't only do subtle though, you can also put it in 'insane' mode if you'd rather just FSU.


    • 3 modes of continuously random pitch modulation:
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      2. Wobble – medium, jerky modulation.
      3. Drift – slow, gentle modulation.
    • Adjustable frequency and level for each modulation mode.
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    • Tempo-sync step sequencer, with 2 to 32 steps over a sequence length of 2 to 32 beats.
    • Resonant variable filter, LP, HP, BP and notch.
    • Filter cut-off varies between upper and lower cut-off values, in either direction.
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    • Random swing for step sequencer.
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    subatomic is a very simple sub-bass drum-synth, generating a pure sine wave for that deep sub-kick sound when played a couple of octaves below middle C.


    • Pure sinewave oscillator.
    • Volume decay envelope.
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    • 6 different vol / pitch decay shapes.
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