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Music & Sound FX / 8-Bit Template For FLStudio

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Lucifer
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Posted: 22nd Oct 2007 00:45
I've been working on this on and off while having nothing better to do for a week or so, probably spent about an hour or so on it. It's a 8-bit sounding template for fl, i listened to a few 8 bit songs and tried to get my sounds to match their sounds.

It has a few example songs in it..

So if you ever want to create an 8 bit song, but dont have the sounds or samples, you can try this (attached)





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Jeku
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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 11:18
You are a genius--- I am still learning FL Studio and find all the knobs, dials and switches more overwhelming than it should be. Thanks!!

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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 11:44
Can you record onto FL Studio? Like if I plugged a guitar into a mixer and then into the computer, would it actually record on here? If it does I might look into getting it when I get a new computer for my 18th on Sunday. Otherwise, I'll probably just dig out an old copy of Cubase and stick that on.

http://jamesmason01.googlepages.com/index.htm
Lucifer
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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 13:40 Edited at: 23rd Oct 2007 13:45
Quote: "You are a genius"


thanks jeku it's nice to know i'm at least good at something

Quote: "Can you record onto FL Studio?"


It is posible to record with fl. But i advice you to use another program to record (fl isnt that great at recording)



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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 13:57
hmmm I might just stick with Cubase then because that's pretty good at recording from what I remember, but it also does the same stuff as FL Studio I think...

Haven't used it in a while. I'll download the demo of FL Studio and have a little comparison.

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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 21:23
FL Studio supports recording but I hear you need an ASIO sound card to do so.

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Posted: 24th Oct 2007 00:33
Quote: "I hear you need an ASIO sound card to do so."


nah, you only need the asio4all drivers, wich are included within the latest fl release

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