Question About FL 5

Discussion in 'Production' started by Defiled, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. Defiled

    Defiled >TR< Mothers

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    I'm not sure if you can do it, but I've been wondering if there's a way to increase the speed over time or decrease it if need be, without changing the speed of the entire song. If anyone has any idea that'd be awesome.
     
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    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    automate the bpm. right click the tempo fader next to volume and so forth.
     
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    I thought the fader next to the volume was a fade left/right knob. I dunno I'll look at later today i guess. I'm just a :knob:
     
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    Just kidding. Clarfied. Also if you didn't know, to make it work, you need to make an automation for the original tempo, then make one for the speed up, then switch it back to the original tempo :resick:. That's not from me, it's from my friend who knows more. Than me... I'm a :knob:
     
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    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    not at all mate. did you check real ulitmate power?
     
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    press the cassette reel with your finger to slow it down and roll it to get speed!!!!!

    anyway

    you gotta be pretty sharp with the automation (zoom it up and so forth) to get it back just the bpm you wanted.
     
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    Indeed. But it'd be worth it to have a good quality fade in/out in your productions. Also, if you have a fade in in the beginning, how do you decrease the volume after the fade so it isnt maxed out the whole time??
     
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    perhaps you shouldnt fade it in all the way to 100%?
     
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    True but if i'm making hardcore or speedcore, the bass kick covers everything up if you don't max it out when you fade in so it can be heard as easy as the kick. When you distort the kick, you can't really turn it down without it sounding like absolute shit too. I dunno I'm gonna keep trying though. (yn) Thanks

    Tyler