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    Besides reverb, i frequently use soundgoodizer on snares, you should try that.

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    protectyaneck imma install it and see what goes down and i'll let you know if i got it installed proper.

    whoever asked about pitchin shit out: once you load your sample in flp you can click it and the menu pops up for adjusting the sound. once it does there is a simple knob that allows you to pitch up or down.

    mixer effect wise you just make sure that the number in the right upper corner of the same "menu" mentioned above is different from the rest of your sounds. there is a -- there you just go to whatever number double click the spot the -- was for effects menu to pop up click that number on the effects menu and add your effect.

    if this was useless sorry lol just tryin to help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogah View Post
    Besides reverb, i frequently use soundgoodizer on snares, you should try that.
    no doubt
    I tend to use a combo of sound gooderizer and izotope ozone over my whole track
    seems to make any track sound good anyway lol


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    Default Open Labs Timbaland Special Edtion Neko 61 keys with Bump MP Gen 5

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    Thanks for the tips peoples! this is some really valuable info here, browsing through older posts, and taking notes!!

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    does anyone know how to pitch shift in FL studio without making the sample sound rough? whenever I pitch shift above +900 it sounds crappy. any advice is appreciated

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    hope that helps catx

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    I Just got me a Mac G5 Quadcore 4g ram, 2TB, 250 gb hard drives and brought a digi 002




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    has anybody has troubles in FL Studio when using izotope ozone to EQ parts of a track and it throws the timing off? its rightfully pissing me the fuck off lol
    i got it EQd so it sounds great but now the sample and drum timing sound slightly off
    it could be that my laptop blows ass but i dont think that would do it (talkin about even after i make an MP3 of it)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Caper View Post
    I Just got me a Mac G5 Quadcore 4g ram, 2TB, 250 gb hard drives and brought a digi 002



    Quote Originally Posted by cutn' heads View Post
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    co-sign Cut'n



    big up though , Caper!
















    Mumm that sucks...... FL can be a gift or a curse. shit like that will happen and when it does thats when I let FL get maaaad DUSTY. I just had a crash and I still haven't put FL back on my HD .... thinking about not using it anymore at all. I'll prolly go back to it though ....


    WHAT HAPPENED TO THAT DIGI RECORDER THAT YOUR HOMEBOY LET YOU BORROW???? DID YOU EVER FIGURE OUT HOW TO RECORD ON IT.


    I'm copping a digi recorder next cuz I had enough with using the cpu for right now. I'll have to use the cpu to load up my SP's SD card an thats it.



    I even been tinkering with recording back and forth by using a VCR .....

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    i gave it back to him after a couple weeks of it sittin on my floor lol
    im too comfortable with fl and i wasnt sure how to use that thing or even what it did ...

    I think i got around that problem today but it was still ghey

    i really want to get skilled with reason 5 but atm my setup will only allow me to get about 3 drum patterns in before it lags and shuts down the whole program


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumm Ra View Post
    has anybody has troubles in FL Studio when using izotope ozone to EQ parts of a track and it throws the timing off? its rightfully pissing me the fuck off lol
    i got it EQd so it sounds great but now the sample and drum timing sound slightly off
    it could be that my laptop blows ass but i dont think that would do it (talkin about even after i make an MP3 of it)
    word that shit happens to me too. when I use a couple of the first presets it doesn't lag, but when I add alot of effects to it my computer shits itself. but ozone, and FL are still very good programs. I'm guessing your laptop doesn't have enough RAM to support the program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caper View Post




    hope that helps catx

    good lookin, and dope computer that thing is a beast!!

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    big up Caper for posting those two. I ended up watching the uk dudes channel and there is some really good tips in there for mixing that I didnt know about. Shit made me get excited about FL again. 1

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