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How To Make Choir Sound In FL Studio (Like A Pro!)

KEY TAKEAWAYS: In FL studio, you can use a synthesizer or a sample library to make a choir sound. You can also record your voice live and process it to sound more like a choir by doubling it and shifting the pitch of the doubled versions to create a chord. Choir Sounds Choirs are essential …

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Easily Open FLP Files In FL Studio Demo With This Guide

KEY TAKEAWAYS: There is only one way to open FLP files with the Image Line FL studio demo, which is by first upgrading to the non-demo version. FL Studio demo can not open project files due to limitations put in place by the developers at Image Line. Opening FLP Files In FL Studio Demo If …

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Fix Choppy Audio In Audacity: Quick And Easy Solutions

KEY TAKEAWAYS: Many things could be causing choppy audio in Audacity. The most common causes include the buffer size needing to be higher. Or your computer has too high of a load on the processor. Introduction Have you ever tried to edit audio in Audacity, only to be frustrated by choppy or skipping audio? It …

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The Ultimate Guide To Finding A Mastering Engineer

KEY TAKEAWAYS: The simplest way to find a mastering engineer is via a Google search. You can find examples of their work and ask them any questions you have. Looking at who mastered the music you like the sound of is also a great way to find a mastering engineer. Finding The Right Mastering Engineer …

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Easily Open FL Studio Projects On Older Versions: Quick Guide

KEY TAKEAWAYS: There is no quick way to open a project from a newer version of FL Studio to an older one. But you can bounce the stems, note the project’s structure and plugins, then add them to a new project in the older version. Though it’s free to upgrade FL Studio, I recommend that …

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How To Stop Clipping In FL Studio (Pro Mixing Tips!)

KEY TAKEAWAYS: The most straightforward method of avoiding audio clipping in FL Studio is to turn down your different volumes until the sound reaches a comfortable listening level without distortion. Alternatively, use Fruity Limiter to enable a ceiling to the output, preventing clipping. The Loudness War! These days it’s all about making the loudest, heaviest …

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The Ultimate Guide To Copying Between Ableton Projects

KEY TAKEAWAYS: Use the Places section in the left sidebar to locate the project folder you want to copy. You can drag and drop any tracks, groups, or even whole projects from there. They will load into your current project, with all the audio files, MIDI files, automation, and effects, on those tracks. Transfering Files …

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Don’t Let These Recording Mistakes Ruin Your Vocals!

KEY TAKEAWAYS: You can improve your vocal recordings in many ways. Experiment with microphones for each vocalist. By recording with a low buffer size, a sample rate of 44.1kHz, and a bit depth of 24 bits. By using the proximity effect to your advantage. Using the correct gain level for each song section is also …

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4 Simple Steps To Moving Your REAPER Project To A New Computer

KEY TAKEAWAYS: Save the project through “save project as” in the file menu. Check the options for the subdirectory and copy the media files. Now you can open that project using the folder we created on a new computer with REAPER on it without any issues. New Computer and REAPER How exciting! You have a …

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REAPER Can’t Write To Recording Files Error (Quick Fix!)

KEY TAKEAWAYS: Find the default recording path in preferences and then check this directory. Is the folder there? If not, then create it or change the default recording path. If it is there, then see if your antivirus is blocking REAPER. You should also ensure that the directory is not in a protected folder.  REAPER …

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How To Export Click Track In Ableton (In 6 Simple Steps)

KEY TAKEAWAYS: Load an instance of drum rack onto a new MIDI track. Drop in a sample or two to use as the click sound. Then draw in MIDI notes at desired intervals in an empty MIDI clip with the length of one bar, i.e., quarter notes, eighth notes, etc. Duplicate this MIDI clip to …

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Master The Art Of Crossfading In REAPER (Three Simple Steps)

KEY TAKEAWAYS To crossfade in REAPER, start by ensuring that you have ‘Auto-crossfade media items when editing’ enabled, then drag the edges of two audio items together. Because you have enabled auto-crossfade, REAPER will automatically create a crossfade between the two items, resulting in smooth playback between tracks.  Crossfading In REAPER Crossfading is an essential …

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Why Does FL Studio Note Keep Playing? (Eliminate Stuck Notes!)

KEY TAKEAWAYS Check the virtual instrument parameters. If there are options for release or hold, lower the release and turn off the hold. If it happens during playback, decrease the length of the MIDI note. For hardware issues on a MIDI keyboard, check the sustain button/pedal to see if it’s jammed. If not, you may …

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Ableton Live Vs. Mainstage (Best For Live Performance)

KEY TAKEAWAYS Using Ableton Live is recommended if you’re already familiar with Ableton, are in the market for a DAW that does it all, or want more control over manipulating your live performance. I’d recommend Mainstage if you mainly want to play software instruments, use it as an effects processor, or are already familiar with …

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The Struggle Is Real: Why Songwriting Can Be Tough (But Worth It)

KEY TAKEAWAYS Writing a great song is such a subjective matter. There are so many resources for so many different styles, but what’s important is finding your voice. Analyze what you listen to, write with others, learn what inspires you, and consistently write music. The Struggle Is Real Are you interested in creating an original …

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