Ok. We’re going to start hard here. Audio Recording in FLStudio.
It doesn’t exactly have the best reputation for this, but is it deserved? Are there redeeming aspects? Is it really awesome?
Enough talk. Click through for more talk!
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FLStudio does things in a way which can seem a bit strange to anyone used to another DAW, so the very first thing in a review is to cover how FLStudio does things.
FLStudio’s workflow is most certainly different, but I think that you’ll find that it offers a lot of flexibility that’s not present in other DAWs. The question is whether you’re willing to pay for that flexibility by having to re-arrange how your brain works…
Or if you’re a new DAW user, there’s really no downside.
p.s. I forgot to mention in the announcement (I’ve edited it now) that this review is being done with a free NFR copy of FLStudio and all Image Line products.
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It’s that time!
FLStudio 20 is out and it’s time for me to take it to task.
This review will most likely take more than 30 days, because I’ll also be covering every single Image Line product as well.
I am reviewing an NFR copy of the entire Image Line suite of software. I did not pay for the products in this review, however I’m not going to tone down my review in any way. If you feel that I am then please call me out on it.
I may be throwing in a fun twist to the format this time as well ;) See you again in 3-4 days!
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No, I’m not dying. Not anymore than most of us are.
However, I do have to recalibrate my goals, professional interests and how I spend my time. Click through for a post largely about me, what I deal with on a daily basis and how it’s affecting my future.Read more →
Automation Clips/Items/Regions/Whatever are a neat concept that some other DAWs have. It allows you to contain automation data in a region so it can be easily moved around and/or linked to other regions.
Studio One doesn’t have this feature natively, but years ago I figured out a workaround. I just realized last night that I never wrote about it, so here we go!
The following is a tutorial on how to emulate ‘Automation Clips’ or ‘Automation Items’ in Studio One.Read more →
Wood blocks are cool. There’s many ways to make them, and many types and shapes.
I’m going to go through two methods of making one appropriate for use with a drum set: minimal tools and ‘appropriate’ tools.
At minimum all you need is a block of wood, a drill and a chisel. You can even substitute a screwdriver and file for the chisel. Anyone can do this!
The design I’m using was created through testing various shapes/styles of wood blocks until I found something that I felt was at home on a full sized drum kit.
So let’s get to it!Read more →
I’ve added more categories to the DAW chart, clarified some things, updated some ratings in response to criticism/discussion and improved some explanations.
I’m always open to ideas on how to improve it. Feel free to e-mail me via gmail. The bit before the @ is
audiolabs. Even better is to comment on the DAW Chart page.
Thanks as always!
I often need to use drum triggers. Drum triggers are basically a type of transducer that is applied directly to a drum head. This gives you an isolated signal, without leakage from other instruments, that you can use to convert to MIDI and trigger a drum sound with a sampler.
In this post I’m going to walk you through how I do this very cheaply, and how I use the resulting trigger signal in Reaper.
YOU DON’T NEED DRUMS TO DO THIS!! You can trigger anything. A desk. A lamp. A mousepad. Your wife’s belly. A floor pad. Anything you can hit/tap/punch/stomp or impact, you can “Trigger”.
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Studio One 4 has been released and I’m sure there’s a lot of folks expecting me to do a 30 days with it, or an exhaustive review.
I won’t be doing that. I did have a post half-prepared, but as I was working on fleshing it out and doing some extra research, I realized that there’s people out there with great content on this already.
So what I’m going to do is list some content that I think is great, then go over some things that I particularly like/dislike. This won’t be a complete review.Read more →
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