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Audio 911 Dubstep

09-10-2012


You may have recently seen the 911 Audio Technica ad for their ATH-WS55 (Solid Bass Headphones) starring dancer Marqueese Scott. What you may have not know is that the music 'Reanimation ' was produced by fellow FL Studio producer Lenny D’Orlando. We caught up with him to learn more about the project.

 

Original Ad.

 

'Making of'. Cued to Lenny's interview


Tell us about yourself and how you got into music & FL Studio?

 

Hi, My name is Lenny D’Orlando; I am a 23-year-old professional music producer and sound designer based in Atlanta Ga. I started off by getting into music at a very young age by listening to my dad’s music collection. He had all sorts of styles from ethnic and traditional all the way up to modern day pop. From there I picked up the guitar, eventually moving onto the piano and saxophone. By then I was truly addicted, and I grabbed as many instruments as I could get my hands on.

 

About the time I was a junior in high school, I discovered electronic dance music. A local college station would play re-runs of Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance, Carl Cox’s Global Radio, and even John Digweed’s “Transitions”. When I first discovered this new sound, I couldn’t get enough. I delved as deep as I could into these newly discovered genres spending every waking moment analyzing, dissecting, listening and understanding everything I could about the structure and sound of EDM. That’s when a buddy of mine gave me a demo copy of FL Studio- that’s when I discovered that art of producing. From there on, I was hooked. I immediately got the full version and I locked myself away in my room and spent day after day and night after night learning everything I could about the art of producing EDM in FL Studio. It’s been about 5 maybe 6 years since I started producing, and now I feel like I’ve just about mastered the program. I can get it to do whatever I need to in multiple ways. I remember just getting into the program and thinking this was quite possibly the most complicated thing I’ve ever used, and now- I’m grateful that the possibilities are so vast within it. The flexibility along with the intuitive interface is bliss. I’m able to sit in my kitchen, eat a sandwich, have an idea pop into my head and minutes later have a bangin’ track coming from my monitors, all because its so quick and easy to get ideas down. You can go from a rough demo to a polished piece of art all in one piece of software. It’s fantastic and really gives the user an unbelievable amount of potential to grow, with out having to utilize tons and tons of different resources.

 

Lenny D'Orlando

 

How did you get the gig for the Audio Technica ad?

 

I landed the Audio-Technica ad by way of a video production company I had worked with in the past. They’ve always kind of had this progressive edge to their style of work, in which I would generally accompany their videos with either electronic music, or music that had been inspired by edm. It always seemed to gel quite nicely. With that said, they called me up one day and asked if I could come to a meeting and sit down with a potential client to hash out some ideas. I of course said yes, and made my way down there. I sat down and minutes later Marquese, known to me as that guy in the ‘pumped up kicks video’, walks right through the door. Now, I’m not the kind of person to be start struck or become overly excited when I come across someone big, but when the idea of me writing a custom track was possible for this guy, in my mind, I started to get pretty excited.

 

So we sit down and speak with Marquese along with his manager and start brainstorming. Everything from dance moves, lighting, ambiance, emotion- all that jazz. As the conversation moves through all the visual and camera stuff, it eventually makes its way to audio and particularly music. They start bringing up tracks and bands/artists they wanted to use. First thing to pop up was the idea of using commercial music from artists like Skrillex, Datsik etc. That was quickly shot down due to the potential of licensing fee’s being crazy expensive (our budget for the project wasn’t very high). Then Marquese brings up the fact that his friends produce, and everybody was really digging the idea of incorporating Marquese’s friends into the mix.

 

Reanimation FL Studio Project - Audio Technica Ad

Reanimation Dubstep Project (click to see large)

 

So we listen to some demos of his friends’ work and it wasn’t really matching the feel of what we wanted- so that’s when I chimed in and said, “ Hey, I really think I can do this. I can match the feel and emotion of the story and even incorporate some hospital ambiance/sounds into the mix.” I look up and felt a bunch of eyes staring at me, I could feel a little apprehension, like they weren’t too sure they’d want to put all their eggs in one basket, but they willingly said ok… and even seemed somewhat excited about it!

 

Oh… Did I mention I only had 10 days to make the track before the video shoot? The pressure was on, so I holed myself up in my studio and started hashing out ideas and riffs. I spent the first few days trying to get melodic ideas to fit the overall tone of the video. I took a lot of inspiration from video game sounds and fusing them with modern sounds. I played with the idea of synthetic versus organic (seeing the music as synthetic was bringing a human back to life) and tried to fuse the sound equivalent of that idea into the song. When I got the initial melodic riff down, I moved onto designing basses. That was the hardest thing to do out of the whole project. I probably spent the better half of a week designing bass sounds all utilizing native FL plug-ins, no 3rd party plug-ins (outside of distortion). It was so much fun and rewarding. I was creating sounds I never dreamed of making. From there I started piecing the song together sending of demos as I went along. Eventually after many different arrangements, I finished it, and sent it off to my boss who then sent it to the client. They promptly called me back screaming about how much they loved it, and how excited they were to be using it! And that’s how Audio 9-1-1 came to be more or less.

 

Note: You can ask Danny questions about his project here.

 

Any links you'd like to share?

 

ReAnimation/Audio 9-1-1 behind the scenes site: b055.thedvigroup.com <<< cool bonus features

 

My sites:

 

www.lennydorlando.com

Facebook.com/lenny.dorlando

Twitter.com/lennydorlando

Soundcloud.com/lenny-dorlando

Myspace.com/lennydorlando

 

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Andrew Maze Featured Artist

09-02-2012


Knock, Knock, its a message from Russia with love from Andrew Maze. We were won over with his fresh sound and excellent production. Better yet, Andrew made us a tutorial video showing how he produced the song,

 

Original Music Video (see below for FL Studio tutorial)

 

Andrew shows us the making of Knock Knock

 

You can check the high quality full length track here or Andrew's SoundCloud account for more great music.

 

Discuss this track here in Looptalk. For those of you struggling with mixing Andrew tells us he mainly used Audio Technica ATH-M50 headphones.

 

Enjoy!

 

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Artist - Alex Medina

06-12-2010


The team here at Image-Line would like to congratulate Alex Medina for his track 'Background' from the Grammy nominated Lecrae Rehab album. We caught up with Alex to learn more about his work and how he uses FL Studio.

 

Alex Medina

 

'Background' Co written with C-Lite and produced by Alex Medina for Lecrae's Rehab album

 

Tell us about your track 'Background' from the Grammy nominated Lecre - Rehab album.

 

It's interesting to see how Background came about. Originally the song was for a collaborative album I was working on with C-Lite. I emailed him the idea I had for a song about playing the background and the understanding that the world does not revolve around me. In our culture fame, conceit, and self image is prevalent. So, I wanted to create a song that countered the fog and prescribed a sound perspective of life in light of it's Author.

 

I produced the song in FL Studio around the pads played in the introduction of a song I was listening to by Rojo entitled, "Tu Reinas" (0:03-0:16). I imported the song into the playlist and tapped the tempo of the song to align the down beats to the grid, making it easier to chop and slice. I wanted to follow the mellow feel of the pads and stay away from overbearing drums. I thought the drums should support what the pads were doing.

 

After I had a foundation to work with the idea and phrase "play the background" kept coming to mind, so I put pen to pad. I knew I wanted to hear singing on the hook so began to sketch out the idea for a singer (since I am not one). I recorded what I had in mind and also rapped a verse that fit the song. I knew C-Lite would be able to take my small idea to the next level and he did just that. This is original mp3 I received from C-Lite, I must have added 34 exclamation marks at the end of, "YOOOOOOO" in response to his email. I loved it.

 

At this time my friend, Lecrae, was working on his fourth studio album, Rehab. I was really working hard to get something on this album but to no avail. After taking a break from flooding his inbox with beats I decided to send him Background. He loved it, wrote his verses and the rest was history. I enlisted my good friend Joseph Prielozny to help me expand the song by reproducing the sampled pads, adding strings, piano, and creating a pre-chorus. Also, producer friend G-ROC added a synth sound for the hook. It amazing to see the response the song has received. I hope the song spreads like wild fire, so that many can hear the message that has gripped my heart. I am glad to see Rehab get nominated for the Grammy, its a huge accomplishment, but at the end of the day we just want to play the Background. 

What were your first impressions of FL Studio and how did you come to use it?


I was first drawn to FL Studio's when a friend introduced me to it and taught me how to make hip hop beats. To this day I have used FL Studio..we are one :)

 

A friend told me its not about what hardware or software you use but how you use it. I have see that to be true in my situation. Over the years I began to grow with a desire to learn FL Studio and make music. FL Studio's simple layout and ability to create on the fly allows me to enjoy the process of making music. Loading virtual instruments is also a breeze. I can easily bounce files to WAVs when I am working with another producer or when its time to send out multi tracks. Soon, I will begin using FL Studio to do vocal tracking as well.

 

I will honestly share that for a number of years I used a crack version of FL Studio and had to switch that all around. Morally it was not honoring Jesus, the God I spoke about in my music and showed a lack of integrity. Also, it kept bringing viruses to my computer! I don't regret investing in FL Studio, it has served me well and it feels good to freely get updates and be apart of the on line community with a clear conscious and still bang out some great music. 


Tell us about your production environment & toys?

 

I pretty much have a very simple setup. I run everything off of a Mac Pro with Snow Lepoard. I have Windows 7 installed via Boot Camp. I use a pair of M-Audio BX5a Studio monitors but 95% of the time I am using my AKG K240 headphones for production. I currently use FL Studio 9.7 (Signature Edition) as my main host and sequencer and anticipate the arrival of FL Studio 10! As for VSTs I own Komplete 7 by Native Instruments, Harlmess and Toxic Biohazard by Image Line, Firebird by Tone2, and Adventus by Softplug.

 

My audio interface is an Mbox 2 and as for a midi keyboard, I use the M-Audio Axiom 25. For a long time I was laying down song ideas on a Shure SM57... I know, I know lol. I just recently picked up a Mojave Audio MA-201 Fet condenser microphone. My most valuable assest, my wife! She lets me know whether a beat is hot or needs to get dumped in the trash. 

 

Do you have any links you would like to share?

 

My website - www.stayonpost.com 

 

Follow me on twitter - http://twitter.com/mrmedina

 

Also, Check out the Artist I work with on Reach Records (Lecrae, Trip Lee, Sho Barka, Tedashii, DJ Official) - www.reachrecords.com 


Produced this for the Hobbit, Trip Lee lol - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7piEIaJvIo 

 

As well as Flame - www.clearsightmusic.com

 

Much love to the Image-Line family! Thank you for the time and effort you all put into making a great product. Your labor is not go in vain. 

 

Alex Medina

 

 

If you are a fellow FL Studio user, why not drop into this thread on Looptalk (customer forums) and give Alex a shout.

 

 


 

Thanks Alex, we really appreciate you taking the time to give us an insight into what you are doing. We are sure our customers will get a kick out of it, Background is a great track!

 

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Artist Delete All Contacts (RIP)

18-10-2010


EDIT: We are sad to report Spencer passed away in the early hours of Sunday 5 December 2010 at his Hospice. The team here at Image-Line wish to send our condolances to Spencers family and friends. He will be sorely missed.

 

As part of an ongoing series we are featuring some of the 1000's of talented FL Studio users who are active on our Customer Forums.

 

Today we'd like to introduce Spencer Steel, AKA Delete All Contacts. Those with a keen eye may remember this picture below from our Lifetime FREE Updates video.

 

 

Spencer Steel Deleting All Contacts

Spencer Steel pondering how wide his mixer should be (RIP, 2010)

 

1. Tell us about your track - Deleting All Contacts

 

www.soundcloud.com/deleteallcontacts

 

My latest song is called "Deleting All Contacts" ... It was an attempt to set an angst written theme to my style of downbeat electronica music ...

I'm no good at genres, so i'm not sure what it would be filed under. Obviously based on my artist title, I wanted to express those times when you want to shut out the world, isolate and revel in a little self-induced "screw the world!". It's about those time of slamming the door against those that are trying to help you ... I think most people have been there at some point. 

 

Sonically, I am trying to keep things current but I am harking back to slower 80's synth hooks ... Early Depeche Mode is an obvious reference. I like the way these songs could stick in your head with simple hook lines. There was no need for a million filters and a furious fx's ... these were just well-crafted pop songs and it's something that I find influencing me more and more.  

 

Yes, I sing on this. Vocal production is still new and I definitely have a take-it-or-leave-it style. And yes, it needs work! But my philosophy is that I'd rather have a couple of fans who like my rough style than be creating faceless instrumentals or bringing in pitch-perfect "fly so high/in the sky" female divas. For me, it's not about being a "big" or "successful" artist but about creating something that I hear inside, warts and all. So expect more dodgy vocal attempts as DAC progresses. You've been warned. 

 

2. What were your first impressions of FL Studio and how did you come to use it?

 

I stumbled across FL after building my own huge gaming PC (thankfully with a good sound card!). Once I had built the rig, I soon found myself bored - I like to build and create more than consume and one fateful weekend I found myself wondering how good my rig would be for music creation and what was possible with a reasonable PC.

 

My first impressions of FLS was probably unrepeatable. For lots of of personal reasons, it was like a door that I thought had been closed on me was flung wide open. I used to create music "back in the day" (1989 onwards) and my first DAW was Steinberg Pro 24, pre Cubase. Of course there was no such thing as a VSTi ... this was midi data only, hardware synths (god bless my Korg M1) and an Atari ST.

 

After loading up a couple of instances of Gol's "Sytrus" VSTi's and playing around with the free sample banks included with FLS blew my head off. I knew that I had rediscovered the joy of making music and it was something that would become my obsession. I remember not sleeping with excitement as all the musical ideas starting to rush to my head. 

 

Exploring FLS blew me away. Simple yet so deep, the power of what was on offer amazed me. I found what I'd be looking for ... a way to start getting out some of my inner musical ideas and thoughts with minimum outlay. So much for so little. 

 

The initial leaning curve was steep in many ways but easy in others, as once you understand any DAW then the concepts remain the same but what made FL special was its non-liner approach ... A flexible and open system that didn't tie you down to one work-flow. A sandbox to play with and find the ways of working that suited you best. 

 

FL is deep. There's so much I don't know. Every time I open it, I find more. The beginner can get going quickly but will soon realise that FL Studio will take a lifetime to "master", in the best possible way ... And with Image Line constantly upping the stakes and introducing new tools, methods and techniques, learning FLS will be a constant ongoing process. 

 

3. Tell us about your production environment & toys?Spencer Steel - Delete All Contacts

 

Once I started on the "studio build", I quickly realised that for that point onwards, that my spare money - and some life savings - was now going into this hobby. The good news is that, as far as FLS goes, you don't need to spend that much cash. The top FLS package offers everything a producer could need ... And don't forget that's free updates for life. What Image Line give away is ridiculous. I struggled to get their business model for a while, wondering how the heck they could give away so much for nothing! 

 

The additional "pay for" plugins Image Line sell are of great quality and really fairly priced ... and there's normally a sale around the corner, so building my ultimate FLS setup didn't take too long and I'm proud to have a full suite of Image Line plugins and tools. I've probably mastered about 5% of each one!

 

However, my little obsession wouldn't really let me stop at just the FLS suite. As brilliant as VSTi's are, I found myself yearning to twiddle some knobs and embarked on the unforgiving world of hardware synths, ploughing some life savings into a Virus Ti2 Keyboard, a DSI Tetra and a DSI Mopho. Also, I invested in some Genelec speakers, a Motu audio interface and a great se2200a microphone/reflection filter bundle. Ah, then the dual computer monitors and the 3rd party plugins (I love the Spectrasonic stuff) and ... As I said, this stuff gets addictive. Gear lust is a big problem and I can't shake that Moog Little Phatty from my head ...

 

... but I don't want to get drawn on the "what sounds better" hardware/software debates. It depends on what you do with it. And to be honest, my Virus is my garaged Ferrari that I polish and gaze at and probably drive at 30mph of a weekend, much to the frustration of others ... but these are my toys to learn slowly and twiddle with. Although hardware synths can be a royal pain in the backside compared to ease of VSTi's, I just like the tactile keyboards and controls. I guess it's what I grew up with. I hear people who make the most incredible sounding tracks with stock FLS synths, there is no "need" to go outside the box ... It just depends on what excites you and how much of a sucker you are for complicating your life with lots of workarounds!

 

4. Do you have any links you would like to share?

 

I've very recently had the DAC webpage www.deleteallcontacts.com (this link no longer works) designed for me by a guy called J.D.Andrews (aka JDA70) from the Image-Line forum. He kindly built a simple but cool looking homepage for DAC, where you can get to all my media. There is an embedded SoundCloud player on the website to hear my current sampler playlist. Thank you again, JDA70 - amazing kindness.

 

With Facebook making it really easy to upload news, video and music, as well as having the advantage of fans being able to comment and follow, it's pretty much taken the strain off trying to create a full-functional artist website - everything can be pretty much taken care of by a Facebook, SoundCloud and YouTube

 

Official links are:

 

www.deleteallcontacts.com (this link no longer works)

www.facebook.com/deleteallcontacts

www.soundcloud.com/deleteallcontacts

www.youtube.co.uk/deleteallcontacts

 

- a couple of videos I have put together (also available on the Facebook page). By the way, if anyone reading this enjoys making movies and is looking for some original music to add visuals too, please get in touch.

 

5. We know you have been battling a serious illness for some time, how has your music helped?

 

Yes, its been a hell of year. I won't go into too much detail but in a nutshell I have a life-threatening rare case of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma - actually, I have two different cancers, but you can read all about that here http://thekemokid.blogspot.com. A year of various chemotherapy treatments have sadly not shifted it and the latest reports were not great, with new tumours appearing ... but we haven't given up hope yet.

 

Music has been a huge help. As I said at the beginning, it allows me to get out some feelings into the world, or at the very least, get some relief from the constant cycles of hospitals, pain and treatment.

 

To be honest, actually sitting down for a full music session is proving increasingly tougher as time goes on - making music really requires you to be fully on form and alert. Concentration, inspiration and energy is needed to get the ideas recorded - but when I do get the good days and the music starts to work, then it's the best feeling in the world.

 

What I would like to say, is that even when I'm not making music, just being around the FL Community Forums is a really good way of staying in the loop.  There are some great guys there and some friendly, lively and sometimes ridiculous debates and threads - so I never feel too far away from what is happening on the scene. People have been very kind and supportive, from the highest Image Line staff down to the forum members. I feel like its a home from home when I'm cooped up in hospital. Oh, I also just got an iPad for those hospital stays, to explore some of the simple music apps and be able to stay in the touch with the outside world.  I'm looking forward to seeing what Image Line have lined up for the device!

 

In a nutshell, my life would be infinitely more frustrating without my hobby ... FL Studio has really changed my world in the last few years and I can't express my gratitude enough to Gol and the support team for the gift of music creation that you gave to me.

 

Does anyone want a tissue?

 

Spencer Steel - aka Delete All Contacts

 


 

Thanks Spencer, the team here at Image-Line appreceate your support. We all wish you the best with your music and especially that illness.

 

We have created a thread on Looptalk for discussion.

 

EDIT UPDATE: JWM Fellow FL Studio user made these dance remixs of Deleting All Contacts

 

Deleting All Contacts - JWM RadioMix by Delete All Contacts

 

Deleting All Contacts - JWM Remix by Delete All Contacts

 

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