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 Six-tuplets in Fruity Loops Studio 4 
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Motorman
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Post Six-tuplets in Fruity Loops Studio 4
Anyone know how to change between straight 16th notes and triplet 16th notes within one song. I can't make any RX backing tracks because thats one of Scott's key double kick techniques.

Also, does anyone know how to change between normal and swing feels in one song, and how to change tempos in one song.

Fruity Loops Studio 4 confuses me!!!

Thankyou so much!!!


Mon Apr 09, 2007 8:33 am
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You can change the groupings only for the WHOLE thing. You can't play triplets on one part, then play by 4s on the next.. That's the only sad thing about FL studio 4.


Mon Apr 09, 2007 8:58 am
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i am so pathetic at fl...that whole program is so nice but it confuses the hell out of me


Tue Apr 10, 2007 12:36 am
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Pao wrote:
You can change the groupings only for the WHOLE thing. You can't play triplets on one part, then play by 4s on the next.. That's the only sad thing about FL studio 4.


Yeah well, dance/techno music doesn't do any of that anyway, and I'm guessing that's what the software was designed for.

Can anyone give the name of another software for drum sounds as realistic as Fruity Loops that will be able to do anything I ask. Is there anything like a Guitar Pro style interface where I can input in notations and rhythms and the choose appropriate real drumkit's to create ANY possible drum pattern. That would be ideal!

Thanks guys


Tue Apr 10, 2007 12:42 am
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im just about 100% sure about this but sleep terror ( http://www.myspace.com/sleepterror ) uses Acid Pro and his drums SOUND AMAZING!!!! and his tracks are so cut time that im pretty sure you can do just about any time sig. changes out there...


Tue Apr 10, 2007 3:02 am
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Robithius wrote:
im just about 100% sure about this but sleep terror ( http://www.myspace.com/sleepterror ) uses Acid Pro and his drums SOUND AMAZING!!!! and his tracks are so cut time that im pretty sure you can do just about any time sig. changes out there...


Thanks for that, i'll check that out! :D


Tue Apr 10, 2007 9:15 am
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try this dude maybe it'll help ya

http://www.cjmmachinery.com/FL/index.html

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Tue Apr 17, 2007 3:25 am
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TheSilentCircus wrote:
try this dude maybe it'll help ya

http://www.cjmmachinery.com/FL/index.html


THANKYOU!

That is exactly what I needed. I talked to the incredible MDuCran and he told me a real easy way if you have MIDI's to begin with, but this will help me tons when it comes to alot of FL programming!

There's the answer everyone, although those triplets still look hard :shock: !


Tue Apr 17, 2007 4:32 am
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i'd kill from Drumkit From Hell Superior tho. i mean listen to this it sounds freaking amazing!!


www.myspace.com/iambulb
www.myspace.com/periphery


same dude

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