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To be honest I'm tired of hearing people say "You don't need to know music theory man, it's a waste of time, there are no rules to music, it's all about self expression man" It's that type of mentality that separates great producers from the generic and mediocre who get lucky and make a few hits off of the paste notes until it sounds good method and have no direction.
Now you do not have to be an expert and learn every single aspect of music theory, it's one of those things that you constantly learn as you keep going, the more you progress, the more you learn, However you really need to know the fundamentals, it is extremely important to learn. There's only so many beats you can make blindly that sound half decent until you just completely run out of ideas on how to keep making those melodies you did before. When you know how things work and why they do you are less likely to get "Beat Block"
There are thousands of videos and articles for you to look up, it honestly is so easy to learn, it just takes a long time to sink in and sometimes you have keep watching the same video over and over until you finally remember it all.
If you disagree with me, that is fine however if you refuse to learn music theory you will be subjected to watching videos like "How to make melodies the fast and easy way" For the rest of your life and continue to keep complaining that you can't make good melodies.
I have a mastering bus channel in my mixer, and all the other channels are routed to it. This bus channel is the only one routed to the master track. How do I export the stems so that the bus channel effects are applied? Split mixer tracks doesn't work, and arming individual mixer tracks for recording (freezing) doesn't work. I know I can use 'split by channel' and then consolidate the tracks that way, but that would take too long given how I have 40+ channels being used in this project, and the fact that many sounds are arranged in the playlist itself and NOT part of a pattern.
http://prntscr.com/kwadv0 - Screenshot of plugin to save you having to open flstudio.
I checked the image line manual and it really doesn't help and it's very hard to take in.
I want to know how to use samples to make a patch, I already have a few downloaded sample instruments with .wav files for each note.
A. How do I assign samples to keys?
B. How do I save a patch once I've created it, so I can go to my browser and open patches I've made quickly. Does it have to be saved to the directwave folder, or can I create my own folder?
I'm pretty experienced using vsts, and I have never been so confused with a vst as this one, I spent 30 minutes straight trying to work out how the hell I imported wav files into the assignable keys.. I managed to open a folder with samples in but couldn't go anywhere from their. I see there is a ''low key and high key option'' but couldn't work out if I had to literally manually edit each one or if there was a quicker way?
Even with the release noise all the way down, there's still a very loud sound. I've watched others use it and it sound nothing like this for anyone else. It actually sounds like someone is knocking directly on the mic.
This problem actually occurs on all piano plugins, not just keyscape.
Here's what it sounds like: https://instaud.io/2Hmn
I've bought some equipment and I notice they come with some DAWs or some small versions of DAWs and I haven't found one that gives you a version of FL Studio, and I was wondering which pieces of hardware come with a version of FL if there are any?
I know these guys are pros, but how does he get his 808 to hit so hard from the speaker? https://youtu.be/wK-mkzY3TIk
When I try, my bass is always overbearing and doesn't have much punch to it. If there is another way, other than adding kick to the 808 please let me know.
Asking because a google search points me in the wrong direction.. just wondering if there is a hidden key-binding or something to slice up samples into 8th or 16 notes etc..
Would be a lot quicker than me manually chopping with the box cutter for hours on end.
So yeah i made a beat with sakura, then when i restarted the project, my melodies are gone, is it possible to get them back?
So I've been having this problem lately with the new update on FL Studio and was wondering if anyone has a similar problem/solution. Whenever the pop up comes up that asks if you want to save a project before you load another file, the open explorer window box doesn't pop up afterwards and you have to click on open again for it to pop up. The same thing happens whenever you try to close the program. Whenever I close FL Studio, the dialog would pop up asking if I want it to be saved, then once I clicked either yes or no, the program doesn't close and I have to press on the close button again.
I've never had this problem with the other FL Studio versions as it only started when I updated it to 20.0.4. I've also tried reinstalling it and having the default settings back but it still persists. Would be glad to hear if anyone knows what could be causing it/have a solution for this.