Fruity Sample Problems from a noob!

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i have downloaded a couple of sample packs for my drums, but when i layer one up with either a fruity preset sample or something from another pack i have downloaded it's slightly off the beat so i get a d-dun d-dun d-dun sound..

Can anyone help me out? As i said, im a noob lol, and not completely familiar with all the terminology and stuff so try and explain in noob language lol!

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you could change the buffer size, under audio preferences in the setup screen. that might fix it, but im not sure
 

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Make sure the two beats are the same bpm?
im not sure in FL does that automatically didn't use it for very long.

and don't get two completely different beats?
 

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sorry mate i wish i could tell you i use ableton :/

ah just when u drop a sample in click top left down pointing arrow thing in ur channel settings box and go detectbpm read that that might help?
 

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load up a slicer, set the bpm, or, time stretch the sampler to 1 bar. dont particularly recommend that though but it does work
 

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Also, if you're talking about individual hits, some samples have a silent part before the hit. I really don't know why but some just do. So you should maybe cut the silent part out with a wave editor.
 

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Also, if you're talking about individual hits, some samples have a silent part before the hit. I really don't know why but some just do. So you should maybe cut the silent part out with a wave editor.
yeah I think this might be the problem. Just open the sample window and right click on the wave form. choose edit and cut the silent part in the editor.
 
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Also, if you're talking about individual hits, some samples have a silent part before the hit. I really don't know why but some just do. So you should maybe cut the silent part out with a wave editor.
too much effort lol, will just use different samples.. n1 though

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Your using FL Studio 8 im asuming. Open the sample up in edison which comes with FL you don't need to download anything like audacity and see if you can chop it to fit your needs.
 

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Also, if you're talking about individual hits, some samples have a silent part before the hit. I really don't know why but some just do. So you should maybe cut the silent part out with a wave editor.
in the FL sampler, there is a trim control.... this will remove silence from the beggining and end of the sample

failing that.... trim it in a wave editor
 
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