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« Last post by nuac_ on February 7, 2020 09:45 PM »

I think im gonna move toward reworking songs I didnt like as much.

I keep thinking about making a tutorial; but what version or software do I use.
These are the general steps I take for most covers:

1) Find an mp3 you like
2) Open Audacity/SoundForge,
3) Get rid of the mp3 gap, Save it as WAV (no more mp3 gap).
    mp3s encode a gap whenever you save them, you'll have a better time finding tempos if you remove these
4) Find the tempo
    This takes several more steps and a bit of guess work
    e.g. i) If its too slow, raise it 5 bps
          ii) If it's too fast, lower it 5 bps
          iii) If its inbetween , raise it or lower it 0.800, 0.500 , 0.300 etc
          iv) Check for Tempo Changes***

5) Lay out the notes in the step sequencer / piano roll
     i) Find out if the song uses triplets (1 + 1/2 or 1.5 notes)  or not,****
The rest goes specfically into using FL and laying out patterns on the playlist and all that

6) Lay out notes
    i) Change instruments
    ii) Change Soundfonts
   iii) Add a Filter, and or Reverb, depending on whatever etc. Use a Filter to prevent clipping

7) Export and name properly.

8) Export to Midi for use in synthesia etc (Optional)

The above is a very generalized list of what I've done. You can get started with a copy of FL4,(why??) FL12 or garageband or abletonlive or whatever I'm not familiar with anything besides FL4 though, but most of this just involved a lot of patience and taking a lot of breaks. You're only limited by your ability to try and try and try and try etc.

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