FL 8 HELP

groelle

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right click the tempo control and create an automation clip increasing the tempo. sorry im not very clear :/ hopefully someone will come and explain?
i dont think its possible to do automation on the tempo.

just build a halftime part. then it starts with 85 and on the drop its 170.

or, open 2 fl projects, build a part at whatever bpm you like, export it and reimport in the other project, but DONT let fl stretch the "sample".

sorted ;)
 

GiDriK

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i dont think its possible to do automation on the tempo.

just build a halftime part. then it starts with 85 and on the drop its 170.

or, open 2 fl projects, build a part at whatever bpm you like, export it and reimport in the other project, but DONT let fl stretch the "sample".

sorted ;)
There is actually an easyer way, i think there is even a tutorial inside the FL studio, its done using "EVENTS" check it out.
 

richie_stix

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why would you want to switch the tempo? it would be better (as said before) to just make a half time beat for the intro so you would get bpms of say 85/170 or 90/180?
 

sotalex

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i dont think its possible to do automation on the tempo.

just build a halftime part. then it starts with 85 and on the drop its 170.

or, open 2 fl projects, build a part at whatever bpm you like, export it and reimport in the other project, but DONT let fl stretch the "sample".

sorted ;)
no you can, I tried this once
good for making a dubstep to dnb track or electro to dnb
 
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yeah i did this yesterda to try it out
right click on tempo > create automation clip
go to the screen where u lay the track down
draw in the tempo rising.........
 
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