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FL Studio Tips, Tricks, and Secrets Posted by ZXX on 2004-12-25 12:43:09 Do you struggle to find that swishing sound for the background in your tracks or you want to find that right explosion effect? Why spend your time looking for certain samples and effects on the internet when you can create the sample you desire with what you got in the libary combined wit effects, tweaks, and minor adjustments. I've been using FL Studio for up to five years and I was able to use some tricks in my music making process that I have learned through experience, and now I'm going to teach you a couple of them. All you need is an FL Studio 4 or higher to be able to do this. "Swishing Effects" - Ever listened to a Kid Creme or Junior Jack song with all the swishing effects and breakdowns and you wonder how you can do the same?

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FL Studio Tutorial - Pattern Window and Step Sequencer Basics In this FLStudio Tutorial we will explain the Pattern window. The pattern window is pretty much the starting point for almost every type of project you will involved with. Any sound that you need to use inside FLStudio from VST to sample to built-in FLStudio generator can be accessed from the pattern window. FuzzMeasure Pro 3 FuzzMeasure Pro 3 delivers a comprehensive suite of features geared towards professionals in the acoustics, live sound, and recording industries. By combining a complete toolset with an elegant yet simple user interface, FuzzMeasure Pro 3 lets you capture all the measurements you need without getting in your way. Overview FuzzMeasure Pro is an audio and acoustical measurement application used to create, produce, and analyze visually stunning graphs of your measurements.

Music <div class="warning" id="noscript_notice"> JavaScript is disabled in your browser settings. requires JavaScript. </div> Oops. You need to be a member to view this page. Sign up for a free trial Already a member? Sytrus - Basics of FM Tutorial Basics of FM Synthesis Most of today's software synthesizers use a process known as 'subtractive synthesis' - a spectrum-rich oscillator (saw, square, triangle, etc.) is processed with a low-pass, band-pass, or high-pass resonant filter to produce the final sound. FM (Frequency Modulation) uses a different approach - pure tones (sine waves) processed in such a way that additional harmonics are created (one sine wave modulates the frequency of another) and added to the signal to produce the final sound. Unlike sub-synths, the basic module of the FM synth is called an 'operator', which includes a pure tone oscillator (sine wave) and an articulation section. At the basic level the articulation section is at least a simple ADSR volume envelope.

How To Set Up a Room More RealTraps Articles Straight talk about finding the ideal loudspeaker placement and listening position. "You'll get the flattest low frequency response by sitting 38 percent of the way back in the room." "This is equivalent to a bank shot in pool." With special thanks to Bill Eppler for providing the first reflection calculations, and to acoustics guru Wes Lachot. Sytrus Tutorial FM Synthesis is typically regarded as black magic by most amateur synthesizer programmers. The Yamaha DX-7, the first popular FM synthesizer, was reported to have 90% of maintenance returns complete with their presets intact. You have probably browsed through the presets in Sytrus, and wondered, 'how did they do that'?. The next step, then, is usually to search the Internet for FM synthesis tutorials, only to discover that most of them tell you how to program a Yamaha DX7, or a particular DX7-like FM synthesizer to achieve a handful of particular sounds. But there's no clear idea how those "FM fundamentals" apply to Sytrus'.

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