At 5/24/06 03:01 AM, Rotten_foreskin- wrote:
on fruity Loops,how do you change the key of a note/sound clip/whatever? it's hard to explain,but i got it today and i have made a metal loop,and i want a choir-ish backround to match the notes being played on the guitar to make it sound epic,but the choir sound in the backround isn't deep enough and it's in the wrong note so it doesn't go with the song.how could i change this to make it deeper and,say,change the note to a different one?
Well your problem looks like you're not using the piano roll, by simply clicking on the boxes you're going to get a C note (by default) I believe to the fifth Octave (or C5).
Right click on the choir box, and click piano roll, you will see a matrix grid presented before you, clicking on this grid will generate a bar of a certain length, the length of this bar determines how long the note is played, and to the right you'll see the notes, again depending on where you click on that matrix, different notes will be played.
Wrong note? It could also be the sample you are using. Some poorly crafted samples actually mislead you, a D note, in the sample may come out a C#, also if you use .wav files, the more you move away from the original sound (c5 note), the stranger, and worse it's going to sound.
Hope that helps, if not, email me.