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See this related question - it's about the video production's vibe that Sony Vegas in "unprofessional" compared to Avid (who make ProTools) and Final Cut. Let's start with this: FLStudio it's a tool with which you're familiar. That's a huge plus in terms of learning curve for getting things done. With DAWs, the output is comparable. ProTools can't make ...


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Click in the Step Sequencer (Channel Rack) channel with ALT pressed. That will open the new window without hiding the previous one. Cheers.


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I am not familiar with this software but have had sufficient experience with both sequencer and piano roll formats to understand your question. Examining the tutorials for "FL Studio Tutorial - Pattern Window and Step Sequencer Basics" I found the following: "Notice all those rows of buttons for each sound? Those are each called 'step' and you looking at a ...


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You can drag another instrument from the hierarchy right on to the track You can right-click on the track eg. [Channel #1], and there is an option to replace the channel You can create a new channel with the synth you want and copy the piano-roll --- unless you are just wanting to change it to a new instrument in the midi-player... in that case, examine the ...


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Basicaly, You can go three ways from here. Samples, soundfonts and plugins. Samples are prerecorded sound files (*.wav most commonly) You can use in your productions. 90% of drums in electronic music is sampled for example. But not only drums. There are whole genres that are very sample influenced, such as hip-hop in general, early drum and bass, jungle or ...


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Generating a realistic wind noise is a tad hard, but this might work: Don't use a generator, use a recording of white noise (or pink noise, if available) Apply Fruity Fast LP (around %30 Cutoff and some resonance) then some EQ gain to qqmid-lows Adding some reverb with big room size will sweeten it Add pitch, cutoff and volume automation to make it sound ...


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Select the FL mixer track your recording to, turn off the send switch at the bottom of the master track.


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You may be able to do some layer-inception, and have two different layers be children to one layer. Here is how you can set up your layers: Right click near one of your instruments and insert a new Layer. Click on the Layer to open up its properties. There is a button "Set Children". In order to set your children (the instruments you want to alternate on), ...


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You may be thinking of Live's Follow Actions, which can be leveraged using clip envelopes and Instrument Rack devices to change synth sounds like you've described. I don't think FL Studio has a feature exactly like that, but I believe you can automate the volume of an instrument by right clicking it and choosing "Edit Events." Obviously this won't allow it ...


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Go to Options -> General, there you need to disable "Auto select linked modules" option.


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The most "proper" solution is to use a bass sound that in itself has some midrange as well. For normal subtractive synth sounds, that means: don't use too steep LP filters, try a simple 12 dB/8ve or perhaps 18 instead of 24 dB/8ve. There's a trick that works pretty well on almost any bass, to introduce some "non-sub" harmonics: apply gentle overdrive/...


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Essentially, it is very simple. I don't have FL Studio but I can point out a few things about the timbre, after analyzing a clean sample: Since both even and odd harmonics of the wave are present and well distributed, start with a Saw wave. Most of my answer is based on the G#4 note (octave). Basically there are two octaves in the song that the sound plays ...


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Sub bass will be entirely lost through in-ear phones. You can't get around this, as it's basic physics. The only real solution is to have bigger speakers. So the way round it is to add in some mid bass - which will be audible, and if arranged correctly can give the impression of lower bass.


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Is the compression applied correctly? It sounds like you are applying compression to the overall signal rather than just the guitar. In that case, if the secondary instrument gets louder, it could trigger the compression of the entire signal resulting in a reduction in the signal level of everything else going in to the compressor that was at static level. ...


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If it is just an tempo increase you want, then assign automation to the bpm knob and then use the graph to change the knob value over time... but the second part of your question about the note lengths sounds like you are talking about quantization: Google search for quantization fl studio


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Warning: Brutal honesty ahead... If you 'never end up doing anything', how do you think other people can help you? For starters, just start making stuff. It doesn't matter what. I started out with just clicking stuff and responding to the way it sounded. That was 20 years ago.. I still do that. Define (for yourself) what is 'interesting'. Try to make it ...


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These things are usually due to a process with higher priority kicking the sound recording process off the CPU for long enough to drop a buffer. On Windows, I have heard this usually being the result of the wireless driver, which for some insane reason has a very high priority. You basically need to ensure your soundcard is running at the highest possible ...


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I definitely don't think Unison is going on here, simply because the notes aren't playing at all. What's happening is that the notes are conflicting with each other. You're playing one note at the same time, same octave, AND at the same instance of both notes. FL doesn't really know how to handle it so my guess is that it plays the last note you put into ...


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Sounds like a guitar sample with some filter. You can try to take a acoustic guitar vst or sample and combine it with a low pass filter. DSK AkoustiK GuitarZ should be pretty nice for that :)


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If I understand correcly, you have a sample with an instrument sound, that you want to resample to a different (lower) pitch, while maintaining the playback speed and overall duration of the sample. The operation you need is a frequency shift and you can find it (under that name or some variation of it) in most digital audio workstations or audio editing ...


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I managed to solve it! There seems to be very little information available online on how to do this, which is odd because I'd expect it's quite common amongst YouTubers. Here is exactly what I did. Download and Install FL Studio, ensuring ASIO4ALL is installed as part of the installation as usual. Download and install Voicemeeter Banana - http://vb-audio....


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There does not seem to be a shortcut to jump from a pattern on the playlist to its corresponding mixer channel. I assume this is because it is possible to combine multiple channel rack instruments within a single pattern. I recommend keeping instrument, pattern and mixer insert names consistent so you can visually scan for them. Additionally, you could ...


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What you're looking for is called a "program change", which is essentially a MIDI signal that tells the destination to switch instruments. In FL Studio a program change will switch through channels in the Step Sequencer, which is what you're looking to do. Not all MIDI controllers can send program changes, but luckily the Novation Impulse can. (Bottom of ...


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If you're using FL12, you can right click on the upward facing arrow on what channel you want to send it to, at the bottom of each mixer strip, and choose "Route to this track only" or "Sidechain to this track only". https://gyazo.com/c0e86bc9654fbb37742349429560a5d6


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Thanks to Tetsujin for formula The basic formula is (Bar X Beats per Bar X Tick Resolution) + (Beats X Tick Resolution) + Remaining FL Ticks = Ticks


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Try switching between all your audio soundcards in FL Studio's audio settings. Typically the built-in/primary sound driver should support the mic


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As rory said, there is no proper way around this as the physics prevents it. You can however make it audible by low mids. either layer it up, or as as leftaroundabout said, introduce harmonics (which in turn would be better if layered, as you can choose what frequencies you'd want to mess with).


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