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Posted - 2012/03/01 :  17:35:42  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit cruelcore1's homepage  Reply with quote
hate stretching vocals in FL Studio? Why dont just use an external freeware program? Paste 4/4 beat in one channel, make it loop and manually sync. ;)


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Posted - 2012/03/01 :  22:29:47  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit cruelcore1's homepage  Reply with quote
BTW does any1 know how the **** I'm suppose to make Nexus properly work with sample rates other than 44100?


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Posted - 2012/03/03 :  11:29:00  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Sky-'s homepage  Reply with quote

Tried that as well, but I couldn't find a switch or button to change the sample rate. Especially when I gave you my track "Stars in your Eyes" for mastering, I were having hard times to get Nexus on a higher sample rate.

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Posted - 2013/08/14 :  15:57:26  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit SmashingTheSirens's homepage  Reply with quote
I'm on Cubase 5, keep wanting to upgrade though!

Vst's I use are Sylenth (mainly), Nexus (mainly), Cyclops(awesome for bass), Vanguard(every now and then) & that Z3ta (rarely used) thing, but my main ones are Sylenth, Nexus & Cyclops, I also like this old skool one every now and then, trancedrive. I have a decent piano vst too, really nice sounds, can't think of the top of my head what its called though. These are used for my sound making!

For EQ's & mastering I use, T-racks, I have lot of T-racks stuff for when I do bands/guitar, lots of nice tools on that and I also use Izotope, awesome again for EQ's & brightening up things and has some cool limiters etc.

So thats what I use


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Posted - 2013/08/14 :  16:29:11  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit TTE's homepage  Reply with quote
Originally posted by Audio Warfare:within FL so you will need to use the likes of Melodyne.

FL's New Tone does it.

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Posted - 2013/08/15 :  12:30:32  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Charger's homepage  Reply with quote
I used Cubase 5 until 1 year ago. Now I'm doing my tracks on a hipster DAW called Sequoia.

Basically, all that matters to me that it is a DAW that fulfills my needs rather than the fancy features or popularity.

The stock plugins by MAGIX in the DAW are pretty decent, low on CPU and does the job for cleaning up my tracks thoroughly. It can double as a pretty neat mastering suite too, and supports hardware FX pretty well.

Here's how the GUI of the DAW looks like:


For updates of my tracks & free downloads:

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Posted - 2013/08/20 :  03:48:51  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit ceilingtiles's homepage  Reply with quote
REAPER is great! It bridges the gap between Pro Tools and Garageband, without the additional cost of certain tools and plugins that are absent in Pro Tools.
Reaper is my favorite.
Pro Tools for recording samples.
Ableton for putting it all together.

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Posted - 2013/08/20 :  15:15:48  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit djchexmixer's homepage  Reply with quote
FL Studio here, and recently working heavily with Sylenth1.


I absolutely agree. Another point in FL which pisses me off when working with vocals, is the beatmatching. FL is really bad at calculating and stretching an audio-file to the project's BPM, which mostly results in slow-motion noise (the weird tonal sound if a sound goes really slow) or it stretches it too short which makes the vocals go to fast.
There is a trick for it by editing the audio file's ID3-tags and fill in the right BPM there but it's frustrating and there should be an easier way.

Someone else having problems with plug-ins such as Vanguard as well?

Yeaaaaaaaaaaa, I do most time stretching in Audacity. For short vox FL will do the trick.

My songs and mixes:

Happy Dance Fusion Vol. 2:

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