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jueves, 12 de junio de 2008

Live Score/Note Recording tutorials fl studio tips

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Live Score/Note Recording

Setup

For help installing an external keyboard/pad controller see the MIDI Settings Wizard or MIDI Settings page. The Transport Panel Record Button has a recording filter (right-click) which can be selected to record Audio, Score or Automation data. Make sure the Score option is selected. You may want to turn off the Score recording if, for example, you want to play along with a project while you are recording automation data without retaining the score.

Recording note data

  1. Select an Instrument Channel: Click on the Channel button of the instrument you want to record with. The selected Instrument Channel will also receive the note data and the instrument will respond to the controller keyboard.
  2. Select the Pattern: The note data will be recorded into the selected Pattern. You can only record into one instrument/pattern at a time.
  3. Turn on the Score recording filter: Right-click the Record button and make sure 'Score' is selected as a recording type (all data types with a tick will be recorded).
  4. Arm for recording: Select the Record button in the Transport panel. It will turn red to show it is ready to record.
  5. Press the Play button. FL Studio will play the project and record any note events received from your controller keyboard. When recording it's generally a good idea to turn on the Recording Countdown feature so that you have at least one bar lead-in metronome.

Where is my note data stored?

Generally note/score data is saved to a Piano roll. You may need to click on the channel and open the Piano roll to see your data. It is also possible to record the melody into the Step Sequencer (see the MIDI settings page, 'Record to step sequencer' option) associated with the instrument channel.

Note: If you are in song mode recorded patterns will automatically appear in the Playlist clip-tracks after pressing stop.

Score Logger

Always on: Never lose the perfect performance again. A three minute buffer records all note activity from external controllers and Typing Keyboard to Piano. This can be dumped to the Piano roll at any time with the Dump score log to selected pattern command on the Tools Menu. Perfect for retrieving those inspired improvised performances from the 4th dimension.

Automation

For recording mouse or external controller movements, see the section on Automation Recording.

Canceling a recording session

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 Cancel Current Recording command from Help menu, but note that you should do this while recording, BEFORE pressing the Stop button. If you press it, you can still undo the whole recording session by choosing Undo from the Edit Menu. If you had recorded mixer tracks during the last session, you will be prompted if you agree that the files are erased (i.e. undone). Be careful, because once you undo audio recording, the files can not be restored and you will have to record them again if needed.

 
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