Coming soon with the FL Studio 9.9 Beta due 28th February 2011...
The Project Picker is a new feature in the FL Studio 9.9 Beta
In this video the Guru shows you how to save component data from a FL Studio project. There's always something new to learn with FL Studio and this tutorial falls into the 'Workflow' category.
Save individual Clip data or use 'File > Export > Project Bones' to save it all.
Reuse your Audio, Automation and Pattern clips in new projects and save yourself time and hassles.
To discuss this tutorial visit the Looptalk Guru Video thread.
In this tutorial the Guru shows you how to set up FL Studio to use the Playlist time Markers as Jump-to-points. Jump Markers also can be set to Loop, Pause & Skip for additional flexibility. The video starts out with a small demonstration...
The steps are:
1. Load a monophonic melody (vocal/instrumental whatever you have, tonal/timbre variation is good) into Newtone. If you don't have Newtone you can get it here. You can also skip this step and use Edison edit out a string of notes of the same pitch.
2. Use Newtone to flatten the pitch to a single note (close to the average of the melody).
3. Load the flattened melody into Edison and remove any gaps between notes and other non-melodic noises. 'S,T,C,CH & F' sounds can become unwanted noise 'hiss' after blurring.
4. Add at least 4 seconds silence before and after the flattened melody.
5. NOTE: If your sample is mono, convert it to stereo before blurring it.
6. Apply the Blur tool function with ~4000 ms 'Amount' setting
7. Load the Blurred sample into your favourite sampler. Don't forget to set the root-note to the correct pitch of the sound.