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sábado, 30 de agosto de 2008

Reason 4 Lesson in Chords and Melodies tutorials reason

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This video will attempt to show you with minimum effort how easy it is not only to put together a progressio
n but also to create a melody using that progression as a base to start out from.
Each four bar block will give you a different use if the same four chord groups, for example the first covers the block chords then after that it looks at rolling notes then it takes that principle and pushes it further, after the break you'll then see how to employ that within a piece of music adding in a very simple melody.
This is the first step towards creating great music.
Understand these words "music is infinate and infinatly diverse".
The only boundries that need to be crossed in music are your own understanding of the principles behind it and the boundries of your own mind.
Free yourself and remember anyone can write a four bar chord progression, just because you dont know the technical names of what your doing doesnt mean you cant hear what your doing.
Categoría: Música
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Brave Fencer Musashi: Darkness of the Mine (4)

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Watch in high quality: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl-bdn...




Version 4 of my Darkness of the Mine sequence.

This time it's in FL Studio. I found a French Horn that sounds very similar to the one in the game. Lots of little details were tweaked since the last upload, and most instruments were changed.
Categoría: Música
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Brave Fencer Musashi Darkness of the Mine Geno MIDI PSX Playstation Music PSF Synth Soundfont Video Game FL Studio

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how to make drum & bass FL Studio DnB- Intro to Madness

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This is a DnB track I made in FL Studio 8. I absolutely love DnB so I decided to produce a small Ep Cd. This is the intro track for that cd.




Fl Studio DnB Drum and Bass Intro to Madness

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Fl Studio Tutorial:How to make a beat

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i am going to show you how to make a beat



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FL Studio Tutorial: How To Create Snare Rolls

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A tutorial on how to create snare rolls on fl studio



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viernes, 29 de agosto de 2008

How to use Rop Papen Predator VST

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All sounds are made with predator except



vst predator fl studio

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Making Hardstyle Kicks in Fruity Loops (Nustyle)

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See video for info!
The type of Hardstyle kick in this tutorial is Nu-Style.



VST used
Microtonic
Categoría: Instrucc. varias y estilo
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FL Studio - How to make baselines!!

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Im showing you how to make a nice baseline in fl studio 7



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martes, 26 de agosto de 2008

How to make a simple melody fl studio step by step paso a paso como se hacen las melodias

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First tutorial , ive ever made. Hope this helps someone.

Ill make more if these help people.



Dont forget to leave a comment + subscribe if you liked it.
Categoría: Instrucc. varias y estilo
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how to make Akon music - Dangerous Basic tutorial FL

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Akon - Dangerous Basic tutorisl FL!
S U B S C R I B E IF YOU LIKE IT:)



Akon Dangerous Basic tutorisl Fl Studio fruity loops saw piano violin string r&b pop hip-hop rap classical world music

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how to play piano New Piano Composition by DJ VLT virtual instruments

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Enjoy :D Sorry Yakir lol typed ur name too fast its DjYakirAmrani !! Thanx for giving ur kit! Sorry if im wrong in the name some time i type it bad :D



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Basstrada! - Shake it (Dj Maro 33 mix) hardstyle melodies

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Basstrada! - Shake it (Dj Maro 33 mix)



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how to make piano bass drum rap beat cubase sx project

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piano bass drum rap beat cubase sx project



Rock Religious Rap Pop Hip-Hop fl studio instrumental

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Rihanna Unfaithful (full Instrumental në reason 4)se

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Rihanna Unfaithful (full Instrumental në reason 4) rihanna piano instrumental techno fl studio rihanna hip hop house kosova beat rap,,,,



Rihanna Unfaithful (full Instrumental në reason 4) rihanna piano instrumental techno fl studio hip hop house ko

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A simple and very effective gate effect (in fl studio) fruity philter tutorial

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using the loive philter vst
you can recreate a simple and very effective gate effect
how to use gate effect


fl studio vst vsti love philter gate effect simple easy fast best

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fl studio hip hop tutorial fruity loops video demostrativo

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well i decided to make a tutorial cause i was bored

enjoy



fl studio rap hip hop tuturial beats

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Howie Helps Fl Studio Hip Hop/rap beats 2 (basics)

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Continuation from previous video.
This video explains the basics of effects.



Thanks for watching
Categoría: Música
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FL Studio Fruity Loops Hip Hop Tutorial beat making

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Howie Helps FL Studio Basic Hip Hop / rap beat

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his is not a tutorial this is to show new people to fl studio how a few simple kicks and a melody with some bass can have a great effect.




Tutorials are next
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domingo, 24 de agosto de 2008

DJ Diemenschmaschine playing Kraftwerk - Das Modell

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DJ Diemenschmaschine (me) playing Kraftwerk - Das Modell.



Thanks to Ralf and Co for making this beautiful song!


Kraftwerk M-Audio Axiom 49 Das Modell FL Studio Ableton Live Linplug Albino

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pack sytrus cello string explain samples sound

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Original beat - TearGasBaby
explain loops samples
cuales son los strings? cuales son los drums? cuales son los cellos?
explicando parte por parte los sonidos




Hot fun cool nice funny super beats fl studio rap hip hop snap clap pro tools awesome sweet dude

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Dj_GeniX - Hardest heart(remix) live on an m-audio midiboard

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me playing a setup in fl stuido in a live fashion.. comments pleease;D



trance hardest heart FL studio M-audio live Genix amateur handsome remix skill homebrew music hokksund norge

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How to sing like t pain effect, cambo macguyver

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Toni Chandon using a plugin called autotune to achieve the robotic t pain settings on Fruityloops. Sorry if the video is dodgy or weird. Pleasure to make you laugh, cambo mullet



pain effect autotune cambo rap khmer australia mullet fl studio brisbane

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marsool alhob Aldokali مرسول الحب الدوكالي

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marsool alhob Aldokali مرسول الحب الدوكالي FL Studio 8
how to make arabian music nice



marsool alhob Aldokali مرسول الحب الدوكالي FL Studio

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(*NEW*)Hip Hop beat made in Fl 8(*HOT*)

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Check it out, my new hip hop beat made in Fl studio 8 by Me.
Rate and comment.
If you like my other beats just subscribe me, and add to friends.
Peace.
--BRB--




More beats on my myspace:
http://www.myspace.com/barribalprod


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simple sample song made in fl studio 8 how to use plugins

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I use a great free plugin called protoplasm



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fl studio- pluckin pixies! how to make a happy trance

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more recent song ive made,still learning!any advice?let me no what ye think anyway,video is a bit of a mess due to the computer being full of crap and so slow!



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Dark-core Tutorial for Fl Studio how to make darkcore

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This is very simple but i like the kick. thx for commenting and subscribing =)
Recommended Video darkcore category video




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This Club | R&B / Hip-hop in FL Studio by Adam Day

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My new R&B / hip-hop beat i decided to called "this club", lol i don't know why. reminds me of usher mixed with lil wayne haha.




Samples used: 808 drum samples and my custom samples.

VSTS used: 3 Notivation V-station VSTs

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Fl Studio: ClubWalkerz - Superstar

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videó magáért beszél



Superstar Fl FL Studio Fruity Loops Music Clubwalkerz

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exercises for guitar players

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hmm cool;... link I came up with this one

I have noticed that a lot of guitar players are weak in the pinky finger, or 4th finger. So I came up with a easy little exercise that helps build your left hand strength, and right hand coordination. It is nothing more than a 1 octave B arpeggio, that is a combination of Maj3rd's, min 3rd's, Maj 7th's, and Min 7th's. Most exercises of this kind would have you pick every note. I'm gonna change that ,and have you do hammer-ons and pull-offs.

There are sideways curves ) that depict the hammer-ons and pull-offs.

If two notes are together (connected) by the curve, then it will be either a hammer-on, or a pull-off.

If three notes are together, it will be either a pick first note, then hammer-on second note, then pull-off back to the first note. Or it will be pick first note, pull-off to second note, then hammer-on back to the first note.

There is picking directions at the bottom. The squared off upside down U. It means pick downwards towards the floor(Downstroke). The V means to pick up towards your chin(Upstroke). Go slow concentrate on making it smooth and even, use a metronome, or something to keep you in time . This is designed for beginners that have been playing some. This is still a good exercise for intermediate guitar players too. Just try it and see how smooth you are and how fast you can play it smoothly.

The part that says tab is depicting the guitar neck or strings of the guitar. the top string is the 1st string or the one closest to the floor if your holding your guitar (for right handed players with standard stringing). The bottom sting is the fattest string or the 6th or Low E string. The numbers on the strings (lines) are the fret numbers. The left hand fingering is above the tab. Take it slow and if you can't figure out the tap Pm me and I will send pm you back a tab explanation sheet. Good luck and have fun.

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how to use audio clips FL Studio Special Tutorial 1: Using audio clips - PART 1

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FL Studio Special Tutorial 1: Using audio clips - PART 1



NOTE: Before continuing, if you haven't already, I highly recommend you read through my first 3 tutorials, the 'basics trilogy'. I will assume that you already know everything covered there from here on.

OK, so I've gotten several requests to go into more detail about using audio clips and recording within fl to add vocals, live instruments, etc. Now before I begin I want to state that FL Studio is mainly geared towards midi and vst's. The audio clip system is a bit rough to work with, to say the least. I, personally, use Cubase for recording, and run FL as a plugin for drums, synths, etc. With that said, I'll get into it.

First of all, you need to understand that there are 2 ways to use external audio within FL, by copying in prerecorded audio clips, and by recording directly into FL Studio itself. As you may have guessed, the latter is quite a bit more complicated, and may be impossible altogether for some of you. I'll cover the simpler former first, and come back to the latter in a bit.

So to start off, take a look at your playlist. The playlist is split up into two panes, the upper sequencing pane, where you spend the majority of your time (or all of it most likely if you're reading this tutorial). Take a look at the bottom pane, which you may have not noticed until now. If you don't have a second pane, it may be hidden. If this is the case, click on the bar at the bottom of the playlist window and drag it up.





The lower pane is where you manipulate and place your audio waveforms. The very simplest way to get started using your prerecorded audio is to bring up the folder and drag the file directly onto the playlist from windows explorer. This will immediately initiate some changes...



First of all, you'll see your audio waveform immediately pop up in the bottom pane, on the row you dragged it on to. Unless you dragged it to the exact row and measure you wanted, it's probably in the wrong place, however, so you'll need to move it around. We'll get to that a minute - first let's take a look at the step sequencer. You'll notice that all of your instruments have disapeared and a new one has appeared named after the audio file you dragged onto your playlist. This is simply an audio clip instrument (try adding an instrument and notice the one near the top named audio clip). Let's take a look at the audio clip's instrument window...



There are several useful settings here, and you may come back several times. you'll notice at the top, under the SMP and MISC tabs if your audio file. If you want to define a different file, just hit the folder. If you click the panel with the name of your audio clip, or the down arrow at the right edge, it will bring up a pop up menu with recently used files (you probably don't have any right now) as well as the option to disable the audio clip (none).

Down in the lower half you see a more detailed image of the waveform. If you click on the waveform it will play the audio clip once. As a side note, if you have a long audio file and you happen to click this by accident and really don't feel like sitting there for 5 minutes waiting on it to end, hit the panic button, ctrl + H. This is mostly used for the occasional stuck note with MIDI or to nix all the leftover audio after stopping the song due to reeverb, delay, etc, but can also help in this situation. Anyways, probably the most useful option on here is the "Normalize" switch. This will minimize the difference between the loud and soft points in your audio clip. Also if you use a lot of clips, and you turn on normalization for all of them, FL will try to bring all of them to a standard volume level. (If you need to tweak the volume manually, don't forget about the volume and pan knobs at the top of the instrument window and next to the instrument in the SS). Other useful switches are Reverse which, amazingly, reverses the clip, and swap stereo, which will, even more amazingly, swap the stereo channels (ie if something was panned to the left, it is now panned to the right)

You'll also notice the row of knobs just above the waveform. In and Out are for fade ins and fade outs. The section in the middle of the window is for time stretching, and it allows you to change the pitch of the note without changing the length of the clip (pitch knob), change the length of the clip without changing the pitch of the note (MUL knob, note there is sound quality loss here), and to simply stretch the clip, ie a longer clip with lower pitch, or shorter clip with higher pitch (time knob).

The rest of the options are best learned by experimentation. The pogo and crf knobs down by the waveform make for some interesting effects (just try them with smaller clips unless you want to site there for 2 minutes waiting on it to process).

Alright, back to the rest of the world. OK, I'm sure some of you right now want to know exactly where the heck the rest of your instruments went! Well take a close look at the step sequencer. Notice at the bottom where it says "Audio clips" click here to bring up the list of all your different groups. Click on 'All' to bring back the rest of your instruments...



If you want to make your own groups (I never found the feature particularly useful myself..) simply select each instrument you want in your group by clicking the green circle to the right of the first instrument, and shift-clicking the rest of them. After all of the instruments are selected, go to channels -> group select, or just hit Alt + G. Give FL an appropriate name for the group, and there you are! Use the same method as before to get all of your instruments back.

OK, so now we know how to get our audio clips into fl, and how to tweak them to our heart's content, let's find out how to use them! Back to the lower pane we go. You'll notice that the grid in the lower pane is similar to the familiar upper pane, and that the vertical lines all match up. This is because fl follows both panes the same way, and you can actually stick your waveforms onto the lower panes and move them around the same way as a pattern block on the upper pane! To insert your clip, first select it in the step sequencer (remember this is the 'audio clip' instrument tied to your audio file). After it is selected, simply follow your usual pattern sequencing procedure, only now in the lower pane. You can place the waveform in simply by left clicking. You can drag it around the same way, and delete it by right clicking.

Several options are available to you from the pull down menu in the upper left corner of the waveform after you insert it into the playlist (there is a small down arrow to the left of the name). Again I don't have the time to go into detail on all of these, but some of the more useful features are Edit Sample, which will bring up a basic wave editor, that allows you to clip, and otherwise modify your audio clip. A basic knowledge of wave editors in general will be useful here. Also the option "Make unique" will create a copy of your audio clip in a new instrument, which will take the same name with an amended "#2, #3", etc. Detect tempo and Fit to Tempo are used for time stretching, and shouldn't be necessary unless you are trying to bring in clips from other songs with different tempos. Preview will do the same thing as clicking the waveform within the instrument window (remember ctrl + h ), and Select Channel will show you all of your audio clips and actually allow you to change the clip you have on the playlist to something else.

You can tie your audio clip to a mixer channel and add FX the same way you can a vst from the instrument window. This is a great feature, and you'll definitely want to know how to use this once you start using vocals on your tracks (check out tutorial 3 for more detail).

OK, I'm going to wrap this tutorial up here, and I'll make this a two part. In the second part I'll discuss how to record directly into FL Studio. If you're stuck, and don't know how to record anything into the computer at all, try running sndrec32 (use winkey + r, or run from the start menu) for the incredibly basic sound recording utility included with windows. This will allow you to toy with your sound card, and if you need help on getting your mic to record through sound recorder send me a message, as it's a fairly simple process. Once you know how to record with your sound card, check out a program called GoldWave (just google it). you can download a free shareware version, which basically just pops up a stupid window whenever you start it to tell you to go buy it. If, by some miracle, you happen to exceed the number of button clicks or w/e it is (I've only done it once ever) just uninstall and reinstall the program and you've got a fully working wave editor again.

I hope this helps a lot of you guys out!

Thanks for spending the last 15 minutes of your life reading this. If you have any more questions, just send me a message!

Until next time,
-David

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FL Studio Tutorial 2: Patterns text & images free fruity loops tutorials

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FL Studio Tutorial 2: Patterns...

and the Playlist ( short title)

Alright, I know my first tutorial was very basic, as it was just intended to get someone started with FL that has had NO experience with it. The second edition is going to pickup where the first left off, so if you haven't read the first I highly suggest you go back and at least skim through it first to make sure you're up to pace.

Anyways, in the last lesson you learned how to make a simple pattern using one instrument. This is a very important concept, but it only gets you so far. Before long you'll need several instruments, drum tracks, and such. And sorting through all of the sequences in the whole song can get quite messy if you're trying to squeeze it all into the same sequence. This is why FL implements a system of patterns.

Let's take a loot at the playlist:



See the left panel, with all of the patterns? The one in orange is the currently selected patern, and the corresponding row for that pattern is highlighted. Each pattern can hold it's own little sequence for any of the instruments at once. This is a rather hard concept to explain in words, so let's try it out shall we? Go up to File -> New or just launch FL fresh, and let's start a new project.

Firstly, those 4 default instruments you see all the time, Kick, clap, hi-hat, and snare - we don't need those! Try clicking on some of them, you'll notice just to the right of the name there is a small green circle that lights up. Our goal is to light all 4 of those up. Theres two ways to do this, you can either click the top one and drag down, or you can just click one that's already green, which will automatically light up all 4.
Pick your method, and after they're all lit up, hit Ctrl + Delete. Hit ok to the dialog, and there they go! You'll notice that FL doesn't like to be left empty-handed, so any time it runs out of instruments, it automatically inserts an empty placeholder, called a sampler. This instrument won't do anything uless you load your own samples and go through the process of configuring everything - but let's not worry about that right now. Remember how we added the 3x Osc last time? That time we went to insert, then the instrument, which added it to the list - but this time, we want to get rid of the sampler too. FL studio allows us to do this at the same time. Go to replace -> FPC*.



It may take a second to load, but then you will have a beautiful yellow window pop up with lots of buttons and things scattered about. This is your main window for FPC, and it wouldn't hurt to leave it open for the rest of the time if you can. Looking back at the Playlist, make sure Pattern 1 is orange and the first row is highlighted. If another pattern is oragne, just click Pattern 1 and everything will be fine.

Look in the upper right hand corner of the FPC window, just to the right of "MIXER". There's a folder icon. click on this and a window opens up with many different choices for your drum pattern.



For this example, let's go into 808 Loops, and pick 808kit_01.mid. You'll notice the name pops up in the corner, just to the right of the folder icon we clicked previously. You may also notice some data appears in the step sequencer. This shows that we now have a little sequence in this pattern. Hit space bar to listen to it. This is a good beat, and we'll use it later. But what about those fills? Drum parts get boring after a while, and it doesn't hurt to throw in a good fill here and ther. Go over to the playlist again, and click on Pattern 2. Notice that the information in the step sequencer clears. This is because this pattern can hold completely different data. If you go back to pattern 1 you'll see the drum loop reappear.

Anyways, go to Pattern 2, and go back to the FPC window. If you accidentally closed it, just click FPC in the step sequencer and it comes right back. You can close the main instrument window if you want, the FPC window will stay open. Since we're using 808 loops, it's a good idea to stay within the same style. The left and right arrows on either side of the name of the current pattern (in the upper right hand corner, remember) will allow you to move through the other loops in this same folder. Alternatively you can hit the down arrow all the way to the right and get a list of all the loops in the folder.

Since this pattern is empty, you simply need to change the loop once for FPC to fill it in. hit the right arrow to go to 808kit_02, and you'll see the data appear in the SS (step sequencer, I'll use shorthand occasionally) again. Go ahead and hit spacebar to listen to it, and continue clicking the right arrow to listen to differnet loops. You can pick whatever you like, but I decided on 808kit_07 for a fill. Remember this for later, and we'll continue moving on.

It never hurts to start off a song with a good bass line, so let's find ourself a good Bass. Go to Insert again, and click BooBass. Seems simple enough. Now I just picked this since it's quick and simple, as I'm trying to get through this tutorial in a short time. Feel free to experiment with different instruments, especially after we go over the browser a little bit later. Anyways, after selecting BooBass, the familiar instrument window will come up, with BooBass' own settings. you can tweak the simple 3 band eq if you want, but once you're done, close the window so as not to clutter your workspace.

Select Pattern 3 on the playlist first, then right click on BooBass and select Piano Roll. Look at the sequence below




Punch this into your own Piano Roll and play it. Nothing to flashy, but still almost catchy in a way. Now go over to the Playlist again. We know that pattern 1 is our main drum pattern, pattern 2 is our fill, and pattern 3 is our bassline. Rather annoying remembering all those numbers don't you think? Especially whne you've got lot s of patterns to remember. Click on pattern 1 and hit F2. Type in Drums and hit enter. Click on pattern 2, hit F2, type Fill and hit enter. Click on pattern 3, hit F2, type Bass, and hit enter. Simple enough, but now we have some clear labels. Just a word of advice, sometimes the patterns aren't as simple to name as this, as you'll see later, so you may have to be rather creative with your names so you know what the pattern holds.

Anyways, gettting on with it. You'll notice that the playlist works a lot lke the PR - you can draw on it the same way, create bars by clicking, erase by right clicking. However, you cannot change the size of the bar, only the location. We'll talk more about this later. I can't remember what the default tool is for the playlist at the moment, but put your mouse over the playlist, if it looks like a pencil or anything else, go to the tool pallette in the upper left hand corner and click the paintbrush. Now when you hover your mouse over the playlist it should turn into a paintbrush. This is a lot more useful than the pencil, which only allows you to draw one pattern at a time. The paintbrush allows you to drag and create a string of patterns as long as you want.

Let's start the song off with 2 bars of bass line, kick the drums in on measure three, then continue until measure 8 where we change to a fill. Confused? Read on. We know the bassline is going to be constant, so click in the first measure accross from Bass, and drag over to measure 8. The drums come in on measure 3, and change to a fill on 8. Click on measure 3 accross from Drums, and drag over to measure 7. Then Click on measure 8 accross from Fill. When you're finished, it should look like this...



Before we play it, take a look at the transport controls...



Notice the indicator to the left of the play button. You'll see two labels, PAT and SONG. Each has a light next to it, and the one selected is lit up orange. Until now we've been working with individual patterns, but now that we have an actual song going using multiple patterns, we want to play the whole song. you can click anywhere in this little section or you can hit L to change the play mode to SONG. Hit the spacebar and you'll notice a bar moving accross the playlist as your song begins to play. You can hear the repetitive bass and drums go until measure eight where you hear a fill and then your song immediately loops back to the beginning.

Now let's start building the song. Bring up the browser. The browser operates using a tree design - in other words, when you go inside a folder, each subsequent file and folder are indented slightly to show that they are on a lower level. Looking at the first level, find Plugin Presets, and click it to drop down the list if it's not already so. Next click on Generators, to see a list of some of the instruments you have available to you. Go to Sytrus. Sytrus is the name of a very powerful synth included with FL Studio 6. It is much more powerful than any of the synths we've used so far. It's also an all-around synth, so you can make virtually any instrument you want. You'll notice after clicking on Sytrus there are several more folders. Go to Plucked. You'll see several instruments come up. To use one, drag it onto the SS. Make sure not to drag onto another instrument (it will light up orange) as this will actually replace the instrument with the preset. Find Zen (it's the last one) and drag it over.

Go down to pattern 4, so as not to overwrite any previous material. Open up the PR for Zen and put a quarter note on G5 (ie the G above C5) on count 4, and a quarter note on C5 on count 1 of measure two.



Hit L to change back to PAT play mode and hit space to listen to it. Simple enough. Now let's get back to the song. Let's do the same pattern for bass and drums again (minus the solo bass intro). Extend the bass line over to measure 16. Extend the drums over to 15 and do a fill on measure 16. Now try putting in pattern 4 at measure 8. Hey, it looks different! You may rememeber me mentioning something about not being able to change the size of the bars within the playlist. The size of the bar is determined by the length of the pattern. If you remember when we made Pattern 4 we extended it into the second measure, making the pattern 2 measures long. for this reason when we implement it in the playlist the bar will be twice as long. Go ahead and stick pattern 4 in there until measure 16, don't worry about it hanging off at the end by a measure, we'll fix that later.



Well that pattern is nice, but gets old rather fast, so lets make another one taking off from this pattern. Go to pattern 5 and punch this in for Zen...



Now this may look like nothing but a bunch of bars to you at first, but play it (remember to put it in pattern play mode) and you can hear a simple melody (yes this is the one I used in gamey, sue me). Go ahead and extend the drums, bass, and now pat 4 another 8 measures to 23. Stick this new pattern in there from 16 to 23 as well. You'll notice the pattern is 4 measures long, so you only have to stick it in there twice!



OK, you may have noticed I didn't put a fill in this time on measure 24. That's because I want to introduce a larger part here, so rather than do another fill, I want to do a hit on 1 and then have a break. To do this, we first need to create a simple pattern for the downbeat. But, in the sake of keeping things organized, it would be better if the break were up with the percussion patterns at the top. Inserting a pattern here is simple, right click on Bass and select Insert One. Rename the new pattern to Break. Now go up to the SS and open up the PR for BooBass. Put a note on C5 on 1 (it doesn't really matter how long it is, eigth note or quarter note will do fine). Now, without changing patterns, open up the PR for FPC. Here's that different looking Piano Roll we taled about in the last lesson. Find the note that says "Kick Drum" and put a note on the downbeat of 1 as well.

EDIT: Sometimes FL doesn't like to change the piano roll like it should. If you pull up the PR for FPC and it looks like a normal one, with an unapetizing keyboard along the side, close out of the piano roll, then right click FPC and select Piano Roll again. This should fix the problem. If you really can't get it, the kick drum is on C3.

Now there's one more part to insert, a few more things to teach you, and I'll leave the rest to you. Go back to the browser, into Sytrus again (in case you forgot how to get there, it's Plugin Presets -> Generators -> Sytrus). This time go to Gutiars and pick Electric 3. Add it to the SS. Note that, like before, I looked through the instruments rather quickly for the sake of time to get this tutorials out sooner. Feel free to experiment with any of the others, and even check out other synths, like FL Slayer.

Anyways, go to Pattern 7, or whatever your first empty pattern is. Bring up the PR for electric 3 and punch this in...



By the way, did you notice something strange about that pattern? Look closely at the first and second to last C5's. They have triangles lightly engraved at the beginning of the bar. And they're also right on top of another note, with a short delay in starting time. These notes with triangle denoations are called slides, or glides. FL implements this concept rather strangely, but it's easy after you get the hang of it. Whenever a slide is placed in a sequence, any pitches that the instrument is currently playing will slide towards that note. Sometimes if you have two differnet patterns using the same instrument playing at the same time, and one has a slide, you'll hear the notes from the other pattern slide as well. So, in the example above, we establish the G for a sixteenth note then slide up to C. Note that when you use slides, most of the time you want a short period to establish the starting note, and then you want to restate the note after the slide so there is a clear start and finish. Notice how this is done in the above pattern.

To create slides is simple, there is a toggle switch in the upper left hand corner, next to the color bar. It has the same triangle symbol. Click this once to turn slides on. All notes you create after slides are turned on will have the triangle symbol and be slides. Click the button again to turn slides off. Simple enough. I do wish they'd just made it affect one note and then turn off automatically, but sadly that's not so. You'll just have to remember to do it yourself.

Anyways, with that said, you should be able to create the above pattern for Electric 3. Now to put the last pieces together. Put the previously created break pattern on measure 24 and start both zen patterns and the electric one. Continue running everything to measure 31. Then put another pattern of bass and fill on measure 32. Your playlist should now look something like this...



Go ahead and listen to your song thus far. You'll notice the break is a rather neat effect, but the mix is rather off and the guitar seems to cover up everything else. The third lesson will show you how to map channels to the mixer and use it to mix and balance your song, but for now I'll show you a few more tools in the SS to keep you goin. Look at the SS for a minute. To the left of each instrument there are 3 things: A mute switch, a pan knob, and a volume knob, in that order (left to right). The first item, the mute switch, is simply a green light. All instruments are normally on, and the green light lit. To mute an instrument to temporarily take it out of the mix, simply click the green light. The light will go dim and the instrument will no longer be heard. To unmute, just click the now dim light again. It lights back up!

Next is the pan knob. You'll notice it's normally in the exact center for each instrument. Here's a quick tip about knobs in FL, and most daws. FL Studio uses what's called linear knobs. This means you click a knob, and drag the mouse up to increase its value, and down to decrease. This can be a bit strange at first, but you'll adjust quickly. Back to the SS, the first knob, next to the mute switch, controls panning. If you begin to change it, you can see the meter come up, as you increase the knob more, the meter fills to the right, indicating a pan towards the right. If you decrease, the opposite is true. The volume knob is a little different. It has a vertical meter, that rises on increase, and falls on decrease. It is not always the best choice to use these controls to fix balance problems rather than using the mixer, but it is there when you need it. Until the next lesson, if the electric guitar sounds as horribly out of balance to you as it did to me, by all means, go to that volume knob and pull it down some. note that you can tweak these knobs in realtime, while the song is playing.

Lastly, you'll notice we never named a few of those patterns. Remember what I said a while back, about it not always being easy to name patterns? Sometimes you have to make up something stupid that reminds you what the pattern is for. Come up with your own name for the remaining 3 unnamed patterns, and be creative!

And so I leave the rest up to you, take this song wherever you like - or promptly delete this piece of crap and start your own! Until the next lesson, goodbye BandAmp!!

Footnotes:
*-Note to pre-FL 6 users, fpc was added in version 6 of FL studio, so you likely won't be able to see it. Don't worry about the specific parts applying to fpc itself, but pay attention to the rest of the lesson, as it will still apply to you.


Hey, after you're done with this tutorial, how'd you like to check out the corresponding flp? You can download it here.

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FL Studio Tutorial 1: The Basics text and images tutorial free

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FL Studio Tutorial 1: The Basics
FL Studio Tutorial 1: The Basics

OK, I am going to try to start a series of FL studio tutorials for those who are struggling with the program or just want to learn it. I'm pretty much just winging it on this tutorial, so there's likely to be lots of editing things in I missed and the like.

Anyways, as any good tutorial series should, I'm starting the first lesson with the basics of fl, where hopefully someone could come in thats never even heard of fl and begin using it.

First let's go over the interface. There are 5 key windows that you should know about, the Step Sequencer, mixer, Playlist, Piano Roll, and the Browser. If you notice, there are icons for each of these at the top of the screen.



you can click any of these to toggle showing the window it corresponds to. Some of these are automatically open when you start a new song, however it all depends on the way you set up your environment. I use two monitors, so I stick the step sequencer, mixer, and playlist on my right monitor, which runs at a considerably lower resolution than the left. Here's what my layout looks like, with the windows labeled.



You can see I pretty much cram everything in there to fill up the monitor. This has really helped me out. On the off chance the theres another dual monitor user out there, you might try a setup similar to this one.

Now, just for you, I'll cram the other two windows on to the screen so you can see what they look like as well.



Note that there are 2 versions of the piano roll. The one on top is a special version that maps out the drums to specific keys. You don't need to worry about messing with this, just know that you may see this when making drum patterns. The one on the bottom is what you are going to be seeing most of the time

So while we're on the topic of the Piano Roll, why not go into to detail on it? Well first we need to create an instrument to use! Go to the trusty step sequencer and right click on any of the instrument names. For this example we'll use the 3x Osc (this instrument will be rather familiar to those that have done any amount of synth programming). after right clicking, go Insert, then 3x Osc



After this you'll see the purple instrument pop up in the step sequencer, and you'll see this window pop up...



This is the main instrument window, you can get to this window for each instrument by clicking it's name in the sequencer. This is your headquarters for the instrument. Some more advanced instruments will actually have seperate windows pop up for special control unique to that instrument. For the simple 3x Osc, all the controls fit nicely in the plugin page itself. There are also other tabs which allow an extrodinary amount of control over the sound of any given instrument. Now I could go into detail on each and every button and knob, but for one thing, there are a few things in there that I still dont have a clue what they do, and for another thing the best way to learn these things is experimentation. Write yourself a little loop, let it go, and tweak away! But - you don't know how to do that yet? Well you must be reading this for the first time! Read on...



OK. If you go back to the Step Sequencer, you should now see a new instrument named "3x osc"!! Exciting! Right click on it and select Piano Roll (the first option). There it is! This pic may look a little scary at first, but that's mostly becasue I'm not much of a graphics designer o_0. Just read along and I'll explain everything. I happen to be a very visual learner myself so I like to provide aids like this to go along.
The piano roll is something you will be seeing a lot. It is used in virtually every DAW*for midi sequencing, and no matter which program you pick or move on to in the future, it's bound to have this little feature in there somewhere. Pay attention to this next part, because this is a very important concept!

The window is laid out on a 2d plane. The x axis (horizontal) is time, while the y axis (vertical) is pitch. Most of the time there is a friendly piano along the y axis to show you what particular pitch you are using. If you don't know where the notes are on a piano, no need to fret, the letter C is marked on each octave with a number indicating it's octave (C0 being the lowest, C10 being the highest). you can see C5 right at the edge of the letter h in Pitch. In most situations, you can click on the keys to trigger them on the affected instrument. Try it out, you can hear our little organ-like instrument. This also works on the keys on the main instrument window from earlier, btw! There is also a tool pallete in the upper left hand corner. The default is the pencil tool, and you aren't going to be changing it much.

To create a note click anywhere in the grid. Notes are represented by bars of any given color (green is the default, try clicking the green box in the upper left corner to change it!). After your note appears try clicking and dragging it up and down and all around!! Wow annoying o_0. But quite fun sometimes when you're stuck and very bored. Anyways, after you finish giving yourself a headache. Try right clicking the note. Ah! where did it go?! Good job, you deleted it. Go ahead and create another by left clicking on the grid again. OK, this is getting old, I know, but bear with me. To resize the note, hover over the right edge until your cursor changes to that familiar icon for resizing windows and such. Click and drag left and right to change the length of your note. This is the equivalent of changing between an 8th note or quarter note on paper (except with a lot less erasing). The grid is divided up along the x axis to help guide you in placing your notes rhythmically. The thickest white lines mark 1 of each measure, the 3 slightly thinner lines between them mark the other beats, 2 3 and 4, and the very tiny lines in between those mark each sixteenth note.

If you try resizing the note all the way over to the left, you should end up with a small green squre, that fits perfectly into any of the small squares on the grid. This is a sixteenth note. Drag it over to two squares. This is an eigth note. Drag it to fully extend from one semi-thick line to the next, and you have a quarter note! Exciting, I know. Now all you have to do is line the note up accross from the corresponding pitch on the keyboard and place it in the right place in the measure, and you're all set! Confused? keep reading...

Look at the example in the picture (yes we are still on that same picture with too much crap written all over it) Notice how each of the notes lines up with the white notes on the keyboard, starting at C3, going up to C4, and then back down. It's the good ol' C Major scale!! ^_^ Notice that the rhythm is straight eight notes until the end where we arrive back on the original note on a quarter note. Hm, the quarter note appears to be twice as long of a bar as the eighth note - go figure! If only those darn italians could've learned to write music this way** ....
then we'd end instead of a page with a bunch of lines and random circles and flags on it to a page with a grid and a bunch of random stupid bars on it. Wonderful.

Anyways, so there we go, now hopefully you have an idea of how to write out a musical idea into this sequencer and hear it played. Note that sometimes complex rhthyms take several tries to put down, it's not always simple sometimes you may find yourself counting on your fingers to see on the upbeat of what count something happens. But here's the beauty! Go ahead and punch in the piano roll our example from the image here. Now hit the spacebar. Wow, muzak!! You'll notice that much to your annoyance it continually loops over and over until you hit the spacebar again. This looping is automatic (lucky you!) and will always play through the last measure containing notes - I know that sounds confusing, but say you through a note in there way on the right edge of the screen, in measure 6. When you hit spacebar, FL would play all the way through to that note, finish measure 6, then loop back to the beginning. Try it!

OK, I know you're ready to be done with this god-forsaken window, but there's one more thing to talk about - that pane on the bottom. yes can you believe I wrote more crap on there for that too. This is where various data for each note is shown. The data is shown in the form of a bar directly under the note to which it corresponds. The default form of data for this section is velocity, and you wont' use much else very often. If you aren't familiar with midi data, values such as velocity are always a number between 0 and 127. When you create a note by the previous methods, it automatically gives it a preset velocity, 100 I believe (not entirely positive). Its about 3/4 of the way up, so you have some headroom. you can easily change the values for any note by simply clicking over the bar at the approximate velocity you want. In other words, let's say you wanted the C in the middle to be half as loud as the rest of the notes (dunno why, but oh well, it's possible!). Notice that the note is on the upbeat of 4 in the first meausre. You can also think of it as the 8th note, or the last note before the 1 bar for measure two - whatever works for you. Anyways, find the bar in the lower pane corresponding to that note, and click on the bar, about half way up. The bar shrinks to the size. Hit spacebar again to see how it sounds. You can also move the bars by clicking the white squares at the top and dragging them up and down.


Allright, wow look at how much we've learned!! Okay, maybe you haven't learned anything. But this tutorial was for the basics, and I've covered some. I'll try to keep this series up and post more in the near future - enough to cover the rest of the basic concepts in FL so that you can take off making your own music.

In the meantime, why don't you go back to what I mentioned earlier: Make yourself a short loop and tweak those knobs on the main instrument window!!

Footnotes:
*fl studio is a DAW. Other programs include ableton live 5, propellerhead reason 3, cubase, pro tools le, etc. It stand for Digital Audio Workstation
**DISCLAIMER: I am not a music scholar, I have no clue who invented the traditional music writing system, but there's always stupid words in italian we have to learn, so I figured they're prolly a better bet than anyone

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viernes, 22 de agosto de 2008

New Hot Rap Orchester Beat FL 7

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***Soon a collab with AwesomeSRS!!!***
[I will not do any more collabs, please do not ask!]
Recommended relax music video by http://usefruityloops.blogspot.com/




I made this beat after i downloaded some new sounds, and when i heard the sounds i got inspired to make a beat.

So this is the resault.

Enjoy!!! Comment,Rate,Subscribe.

http://www.myspace.com/YakirAmraniMusic


Guitar rnb beats nice perfect melodys rap orchester beat fl studio

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Chris brown - With you Remake on FL tutorials project

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SUBSCRIBE IF YOU LIKE IT! :)



chris brown with you remake in fl studio fruity loops string piano guitar claps usher souljaboy

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how to use samples acapellas to produce trance vocals music dj scottish - if i could be you (fruityloops)

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this is my 9th song in fl studio 7
please leave a comment and rating :D
thanks for watching :D




If I could be you
I would take the world and hold it in one hand
If I could be you
I would bring the sunshine after rainy day
If I could be you
I would paint the letters on that empty page
If I could be you
I would take my heart and stay right to the end
Categoría: Música
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FL studio Reggaeton Beat (not finished or mastered)

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reggaeton beat took a long time to get where im at ill finish it later...




Reggaeton Hip Hop Latino AV FL studio Fruity Loops Wisin Yandel Zion arcangel rakim ken-y beats hip-hop

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how to make trance tiesto music Alexis - Voyage(Tiesto Remix FL)

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DJ Tiesto's Voyage(song from Yahel)made in FL Studio 7



FL Studio DJ Tiesto Yahel Voyage Alexis Argote Aura Vanguard Glitch Albino Discovery Trance Torreon

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Fl studio hip hop gangsta by tiestitech

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This is my newest song i made it 2 days ago i really like it i dance when i listen it i will give you the link in 1000 watchers !!



electronic world music unsigned

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How to make Dream Trance Fl Studio tutorials plugins

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My favourite! :P





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FL Studio Tutorial 3: Mixer & FX (text & images tutorial)

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FL Studio Tutorial 3: Mixer & FX

should've been 'Using the Mixer and FX', stupid short names. Grr.

Alright, here we are, in the last leg!! For anyone that is reading this for the first time, this is the 3rd tutorial in my 'basics trilogy', a 3-part series designed to cover the basic concepts and uses of FL Studio. If you have not read the first two tutorials, I HIGHLY reccomend you go back and at least skim through them. From this point forward, I will assume you know everything previously covered.

Alright, first things first. Let's take a close look at this thing we call the mixer. This is one of the more complicated windows you will deal with in FL Studio, but it is important that you learn how to use it. A note to pre-FL 6 users: The Mixer in FL 6 was given a lot of new feautures, more than I can list off the top of my head. The things you do still need to pay attention to are how to assign an instrument to a mixer channel, and how to use the faders, pan knobs, mute switches, VU Meters, and how to use effects (FX).

OK, if you're keen, you'll know this is the cue for an overly detailed screenshot...



Ha, I didn't realize it until I started to label this screen, but there is a lot of stuff crammed into that mixer window!! I guess I'm just used to it all now, but hey, you will be too before long! For now we'll just focus on the channel strips. Also note that I'm not going to cover absolutely everything in the mixer window, as there are some more advanced features. I will likely be coming back to the mixer for an in-depth tutorial, focused specifically on this particular window.

Anyways, looking back at the screen, let's start from the bottom up. At the very bottom there is a button with a floppy disk icon on it. This is a more advanced feature, which is mostly for rendering and exporting tracks for portability. I'm not going to go into how to use this function for this tutorial, but if I come back for a more in-depth mixer tutorial, I'll cover it (but y'all have to request it!)

Continuing, you can see another button with "FX" written on it. Whenever a channel has effects added to it, this switch becomes active and lights up (we'll learn about this later). You can then use this to bypass all effects if you wish to listen to a raw track. It functions a simple toggle switch (click on, click off), and is active whenever it is lit up.

Next is a slightly more complicated feature, which is rather unique to FL Studio 6 from the previous versions. In the past to use sends it has been necessary to add an effect called "Fruity Send". With FL Studio 6, there are now switches on every channel for sends. To use this feature, first select the channel you wish to use by simply clicking anywhere in the channel strip. In this example, channel 1 is selected, for this reason the name has been highlighted. You can see the send icon for it changes to show that it is selected. This icon signifies the signal coming out of the fader and traveling in both directions. By default each channel sends to the master and all 4 send channels at the end of the mixer. You can see that the icon on the Master channel shows the signal coming in and going into the master. It is also lit up orange to signify that it is active. You can actually disable this send if you wish, but you aren't likely to ever need to do this. You'll also notice that after a send is activated a knob appears above the icon. This indicates the level of the send, ie how loud the instrument is when sent into the target channel. An alternate way of turning the channel up would be increasing the send level to the master (but that's not real practical). This new send system is very powerful (much more useful than the old way) and can allow virtually any network of sends and returns. You likely won't need to use this system for quite a while, but it's good to know how to use it, in case you ever happen to find a good use for it .

Anyways, moving on, Now we get into the useful section. The level faders are probably going to be what you are tweaking more than anything else. In tradition with 'real' mixers, the faders start at the 3/4 up position (this would be '0' on a real mixer). I don't think a lot of explanation is needed for this part, click and drag on the fader to move it. Drag up to increase volume, down to decrease volume. Above the fader is the pan knob. Remeber this? We saw this at the end of lesson two. Click and drag up to pan right, and down to pan left. You'll see the meter pop up as you begin dragging. Next is the mute switch, hey we've seen this before! This works exactly like the ones on the SS.

The next item up is the VU Meters. These are very important to monitor. You never want your channel to light up the red segments at the top of this meter. When this happens, iti s called clipping. If your channel clips, it will begin to disort and peak. The higher it goes past this point the worse it sounds, it can destroy your entire mix! Before doing a final render, make sure that at the very loudest part of the song this channel never goes past the yellow area. If you are having a lot of problems with this, and either can't get an extremely loud sample to not clip, or have too many dynamics in your song, causing the softer parts to be covered up when the fader is at a controllable level, you can use a special effect called a compressor. We'll talk about this more later.

Continuing to move up, next we see the track name and optionally the track icon. For the example I renamed track 1 to "roxorz!" In the same way we renamed our patterns in lesson 2. To give the channel and image or icon, right click on the track and pick "set icon". Simple enough. AT the top is a scroll bar, which allows you to scroll through the 64 available tracks in the mixer. I have no earthly idea why there are 64 tracks, you'd be lucky to get to 16 (even the demo song didn't come close) - but, nevertheless, there are 64 channels there for the taking.

OK, now I'm sure you are wondering just how the heck to use these tracks now that you know so much about them! Well it's rather simple really. you can assign as many instruments as you want to one channel in fact. Bring up the familiar main instrument window. Just in case you've forgotten how to do this, create yourself an instrument in the step sequencer or use one that's already there, and simply click on the instrument to bring up the main window (or retract it if it's already open). For this example, I'll just use the familiar "Kick" that's always sitting there on a new project.



Now take a look in the upper right hand corner. You'll notice a box with "--" in it, and labeled "FX". Eureka!! To assign the instrument to a track in the mixer, simply change the value of the "--" to whatever track you would like to use. This box works just like the knobs from before, click and drag up or down to increase or decrease the value. Watch the mixer as you do this, you'll notice the tracks become selected as you change this box as well. Generally, drums all go on track 1. This is simple with FPC as it's all compacted into 1 instrument, but in the days before FPC when we had tons of instruments with each sample in order to use drums, you would have to go through each piece of the kit and assign it to track 1. This way you could level the drums as a whole and apply effects and such uniformly as well.

So, speaking of effecs, why not finally learn how to use them?? Well it's rather simple really. Let's say you get yourself a sick guitar part, and you stick it on Track 2. You can select track 2 and rename it to "sick guitar!", give it neat guitar icon, and throw some distortion in there to make it even sicker!! You already know how to do the first two, but let's focus on that third. Now that you've got your guitar on track 2, select that track, again by clicking anywhere on the channel strip. Now look over to the right half of the mixer..



Oh dear, I know - another scary picture. This section of the mixer has a lot of more complicated stuff, so I used some different colors. For now don't worry about the stuff with blue names, just the red names.

First of all, you'll notice a big version of the VU meters we talked about earlier. This is an enlarged (amplified) version of whatever channel is selected. Just a nice little visual aid. Now in the upper section we have our 'rack' of sorts. We have 8 spots for any effects we chose. I put some fast distortion for our guitar in slot 1. To stick an effect in there, simply click the down arrow to the left of any slot - the FX selector, and go to Select. This will give you a drop down menu of many common effects built into FL. Hooray! Pick any of these and it will be loaded into the corresponding slot in the mixer, and the window for this effect will pop up, with all the settings and such for it. If you'll notice, our distortion pops up with a window like this one..



Pretty simple, just a few knobs and a little graph, but it gives us full control over the effect. To toggle this window on and off, click on the effect's name in it's little rack space over in the mixer. Before long your workspace may become highly cluttered with these windows, so close them after you finish tweaking unless you need to monitor them or have plenty of screen real estate to spare. Just like I said a while back with the knobs in the main 3x osc window, the best way to learn how to use the controls for an effect is to let the instrument go on a loop or something, and tweak away! Just make sure to save your file before you start tweaking!


There are actually more effects than you get in the initial drop down menu after clicking the FX selector. Hit the first option 'More..." to get a full list of all effects. Notice that sometimes FL will pick up various plugins on your computer that are NOT effects. Be careful here, trying to open something clearly not meant to be used as an effect will bring up an error most of the time, but the results can be catastrophic to your file on rare occastions!! This is what my extended list looks like...



Pretty obvious what to use and what not to use! The first time you bring up this window it wouldn't hurt to hit the Refresh button down in the lower right corner. Just be careful, as this brings up a couple options. Most of the time I would pick Fast Scan. Scan & Verify can cause some ugly things to happen o_0.

And hey, guess what - go back to the SS and go to your insert or replace menu again. What's the first option? You can use the same method here for additionall or outside instruments. Most of the time these two occurences of the "More..." menu are to use outside vst's or plugins, but occasionally you'll find something built in to FL that you never noticed before!

Alright, well I think that about sums up our final lesson here!! I hope you've learned a lot from this series, I can't wait to hear some kick-in-the-rear music coming out of you guys!!

As with the other tutorials, if you have any problems, or any suggestions for me to change or revise something, please send me a pm!!

Now it's time for you guys to decide where I should go from here. There are several topics I could cover in depth for some later tutorials. I could easily go into the piano roll advanced functions, or even to the complex parts of the mixer I blazed over here for the sake of simplicity. If enough people want me to write a tutorial over one particular topic, I will do my best to explain it!

Anyways, thanks for sacrificing god knows how much time for these tutorials, I hope you have really benefited from them!!

Peace all,
David

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jueves, 21 de agosto de 2008

playing Kraftwerk - Das Modell how to make Kraftwerk techno german music

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me playing Kraftwerk - Das Modell on my m-audio axiom 49 now I've only been playing for 3 weeks so there are a few mistakes but overall I'm happy with my progress.




I used FL Studio as the host sequencer with the Linplug Rob Papen Albino 3 software Synth rewired to Ableton live for Recording. The cam used for the video was just a Canon Powershot A550 nothing special. Soundtrack was later added to the video with the audio the Camera recorded cut off.

Tools: M-Audio Axiom 49, FL Studio, Ableton Live, Linplug Albino 3.


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How to make House Music IN Fl Studio. tutorial project

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Some house Music i got here.
Not nything super fancy but i think it is listenable.
Roflmao i didnt normalize the audio signal so you may have to volume upthe thing.
Enjoy!



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FL Studio Hardstyle Melody WITHOUT Plugins! Tutorial.

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DJ Zenzey Made This .

I MAde all the music self but only song 3-4 i can't Remember is : Showtek - Colors Of The Harder Style'




Enjoy!

And comment please!

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martes, 19 de agosto de 2008

how to use fruity filter Pedro_mix - tuto - fl studio - fruity filter

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utilisation du plugin Fruity filter



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Loose Ends hangin on a String Fruity Loops Remake

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http://www.beatclass.com Come see what we have to offer and learn what you can do with Fruity Loops



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Making Hardcore kicks in Fruity Loops com hacer musica electronica pesada kicks pesados

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Instructions given in the Video
For questions please comment and i will reply.
como distorsionar el kick como hardcore samples drums
video recomendado desmotrativo :D por http://usefruityloops.blogspot.com/



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How to do Basshunter - wacco will kick your ass in FL STUDI

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I show you the melodi and more,
Don´t complain about my voice,
I was tired and my throat was f*cked up! HAHA




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Scooter Mohaned Eljali : 02 - Free World - Weekend-remix

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* Mohaned Abdul Wahed Eljali *
* FL Studio Music Composing *

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FL Studio 8 - Lies Big Bang Korean Hip Hop song

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Originally by Big Bang



It's not finish yet
By: CPS and his Sister in FL Studio 8


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lunes, 18 de agosto de 2008

666 - Supadupafly (Bass Rockaz Radio Remix) fl studio turorial hardstyle harbass hardcore

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Hard Dance
Produced & Mixed On: FL Studio 8
Uploaded To: http://myspace.com/bassrockaz




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Heart is Hard by Macer [Hardstyle] ableton tutorials free sequencers

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Heart is Hard by Macer
Genre: Hardstyle
sry for the bad quality ;)



At the beginning there is a short introduction with all the audio lines...

I used FL Studio 7 for some Synths, the rest with ableton ;)

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TSx Productions! Short Song Clip made by me

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a small 1min song clip i made in a day. its not a song yet, its just the beginning sorta.



www.myspace.com/tsxp3


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Fruity Loops Teacher King David Aprende a tocar un instrumento a synth keyboard

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http://www.beatclass.com The Best Fruity Loops Teacher in the world available 24 hr a day for you




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Making an Epic in 15 Minutes Tutorial 1 free fruity loops 8 tutorials aprende a hacer musica epica

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Setting up soundfont instruments to be Classical Epic based. Layering VST's to a single MIDI channel.



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How to Make R&B Heat Using Fruity Loops 8 tutorials

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http://www.beatclass.com This is a preview of a new R&B tutorial By King David teaching FL STudio Techniques (Beginner's to Advanced) Fruity Loops. This is a must get!!



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New Gansta FL Studio Reggeaton Beat Como es que se hace reggaeton en la computadora?

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gangsta ass reggaeton beat I made Rate nd Comment....oh nd i might put a link up for diz 1 if yall want it comment me

Como se hace musica en la Pc con programas fl studio :D





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Sick *Harry Potter* Beat(Revised) in Fl studio 8 tutorials

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how to make gothic voice chorus synth




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howto make a simple Trance song made in FL Studio!

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I have been working on this for 2/3 hours, let me know what you think about it ;)




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11th FL Studio Hip Hop Beat "Fuck the Reality"

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Beat made by FL Studio 7 XXL.
Hope you enjoy it and:
Sorry for the extremely bad video-quality!




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more trance melodys from fl
HOW TO MAKE A BASIC ESSENTIAL TRANCE MELODY & TRANCE BEAT




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FL Studio 7,8 XXL - Kicks like headhunterz, speakafreak etc

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een video met headhunterz en speakafreak kicks voor FL studio, diegene die ze wil gewoon ff pm sturen.




Im sorry for my bad english


Made by; Melvinw10

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headhunterz flstudio tutorail speakafreak kicks hardstyle hardcore tekken jumpen

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FL Studio 7,8 XXL - Kicks like headhunterz, speakafreak etc

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een video met headhunterz en speakafreak kicks voor FL studio, diegene die ze wil gewoon ff pm sturen.




Im sorry for my bad english


Made by; Melvinw10

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headhunterz flstudio tutorail speakafreak kicks hardstyle hardcore tekken jumpen

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COMO HACER MANBO_MERENGUE DE CALLE EL EL FL STUDIO_HECHO POR K-MONBIT

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ESTE ES UN BIT O BEAT MIO EN EL FL STUDIO PA QUE BEAN QUE NO ES NADA MAS REGUETON Y RAP QUE SE HACE EN EL FL STUDIO





MERENGUE MANBO

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FL Studio-"Compromised Edition"

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Screen lags of course, But I tried to mix a rock and hip hop feel, This was made with FL Studio v.7




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sábado, 16 de agosto de 2008

Hip hop melodic beat ! Piano, Violins & Brass

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Como se hacen las melodias profesionales en fl studio? how to make a professional melody & hip hop beat

Recommended song and video by usefruityloops.blogspot.com (hip hop category)
enjoy


Hip hop melodic beat Piano Violins Brass fl studio rap

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Hot Rap Beat - Let's Go Now tribal jungles samples tutorials fruity loops

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A beat made in Flstudio and Reason. The vocals are just some samples, as for the lyrics, well, i have no lyrics yet. :D It is still a work in progress so there's more to be done.




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How we do në Reason 4 ,hip hop ,techno ,oriental, arbic music ,piano ,fl studio,



How we do në Reason hip hop techno oriental arbic music piano fl studio

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Best electro house (Fl Studio) how to make electro bass benny benassi bass tutorial

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Einfach rhytmisch und geillll
Recommended electro bass by http://usefruityloops.blogspot.com/



r&b rap pop hip-hop rock electronic

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Soft Pop /Alternative Rock Beat in FL Studio tutorials hwo to make rock pop

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Well I tried. so hopefully it doesn't bust nobodies eardrums out. but i did take time, alot of time do this unfished beat. next up a techno beat, which i feel i'm a little bit better at. rap and hip hop is my major when it comes to this beat business. you should also check out ronald jenkees that dude goes off somethin vicious on his keyboard. i'm tryna get to that status



note: this video does NOT contain ass pussy ass shaking kissing chick chicks booty coochie titties expressions family guy impressions stick figures stickfigures funny humerious content. sorry needed to put that, I want more views


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Mi 2º tutorial esta vez de hip hop step by step
tutorial fl studio paso a paso como hacer un beat de hip hop facil...




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viernes, 15 de agosto de 2008

Snoop doog - hope ya'll like my remix to drop it like it's hot. Please leave comments and rate my video.

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using some tribal drum sound samplee vanguard synth

hope ya'll like my remix to drop it like it's hot. Please leave comments and rate my video.
cadillac180




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How to make "Real Gangsta" hip hop dark music fruity loops dark tutorials piano & melody

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Melodic dark Hip Hop beat, Using.........Fruity loops




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