Seems like people have been neglecting this thread.
I'll answer some questions now.
and you other FL users, get off your lazy ass and sit down at the computer and help me answer these.
At 1/27/06 04:40 PM, FUCKmeIMenglish wrote:
i just got fruityloops , but my technique sucks big time , i dont know how to upload a solid hip hop beat , any hlp wud be much appreciated anyone!
Hip hop revolves around being 'phat'.
Keep the tempo slow (around 70-90 BPM), the kicks big and savvy (can be done with Parametric EQing it so theres more bass) and the bassline creates the song. If the bassloine is catchy, then you basically made a hip hop track. Then you can add a high-ended melody if you want, to make it sound a little more structured.
At 1/31/06 06:15 PM, Dj_Edxtreme wrote:
can you put REASON loops and slices on FL studio?
Yes. In a sense.
Get the Plugin called 'rewire'. Then, to use it, open FL first, then go to the 'rewire' plugin, and select 'reason' from the drop-down menu.
Then, make a MIDI channel on FL, make your synth on Reason, and after thats all done, you have to make it so it makes sound.
To do that:
Go to the button that says 'MIDI options', and o the button that says port, make it a number higher than Zero.
So, basically any number.
Then, wire it so the synth is in the mixer on Reason, then go on FL and make the MIDI channel have the same Port number as the one you set.
The 'channel' on the MDI channel will determine what instrument on Reason will play.
The mixer channel on Reason counts as 'Channel 1'.
So, the synth after that would be channel 2, the next would be channel 3, etc.
Then, so it all comes together, go to the Rewire MIDI options again, and click on the far right under the thing that says 'channels'.
Click on the one that says '1' on it, then click the 'add/change' button.
Good luck! (its actually a lot simpler than it sounds.)
At 1/31/06 07:58 PM, Heitoki wrote:
Is there any way to make your own samples and slices and import them to fruity loops? I have a piano with midi out, and some mp3's of techno (I want the synths/leads).
Assuming that you have a MP3 converter, change all your MP3s you wanna use into WAV format, so u can use them in FL.
Then, on FL, go to 'options', then go to 'file settings', then find your folder where you put the WAV sounds, then they should appear on the side of your FL, where you find the sounds.
Then, if u wanna slice and sample them, right click and say 'open in a new slicer channel'.
Then it will appear in different slices and all that, so u can edit it.
At 2/7/06 01:42 AM, BraiNLesSPsychO wrote:
Here is my newbie problem: I loaded an mp3 sampler into a channel along with all the other sounds such as "Kick" and "Clap." However, when I play the loop, only the sound effects play. Then, when I press stop, the sound effects stop and then the sample starts to play. It's really weird. Does anyone know how to make it so the sample starts playing when I press play and not when I press stop? I do have the boxes in the sample channel lighted.
This is a very awkward problem, and it has never happened to me.
Maybe some screen shots of the wave length or something to ellaborate?