More FL Studio Bullshit

Discussion in 'Production' started by ApeCat, May 28, 2012.

  1. ApeCat

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    The "Piano Editor" don't work, what in the fuck?

    I need that shit to be doing my thing, you know?
     
  2. spyre

    spyre sample all the things

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    Explain???!
     
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    What do you mean, Piano roll doesn't work?
     
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    Not the piano roll, the piano editor, in the step sequencer.

    I've got this snare sample loaded up, not as an "audio file" or whatever but in the normal sequencer window that shows at start up.

    Usually, you hit the little piano in the top right corner and you can change the pitch of individual hits on the active channel, but for this particular sample it just isn't happening.. It's one that I chopped from a break myself but surely that shouldn't matter? It's saved as a wav, fyi..
     
  5. neddez

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    on channel settings under Time Stretching, make sure its on 'resample', then right click the time knob and set it to 'none'

    voila
     
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  6. ApeCat

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    Yes!! I could kiss you!
     
  7. spyre

    spyre sample all the things

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    Oh I geddit... and yea neddez is/was right (y)