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Exporting Regions from Edison for EasyMakeSamples

March 6, 2010

Edison’s ‘Export Regions’ function is so useful, I’m angry that I never knew about it until five minutes ago. In a nutshell, if you make a bunch of drum samples or loops or whatever and record them all into Edison one after another, splitting up each loop or sample with a marker and choosing export regions will […]

Chopping One-Shot Drum Samples Out of a Break And Making a Kit in FPC With Them

November 18, 2009

Chopping up a breakbeat in the Fruity Slicer or Slicex or Recycle etc. and rearranging it is a lot of fun. You can make the break your own, instead of just looping it. Even better, making one-shot drum samples from breaks and making huge velocity mapped multisample drumkits will let you mix and match between breaks and get relatively […]


November 8, 2009

What is resampling? Resampling is just bouncing down your synth patch (or anything else) to audio, messing with that audio, bouncing it down again, and on and on and on.Resampling is fun. Instead of making crazy noises by adding a crapload of effects to sounds, modulating them and whatever else, resampling saves CPU and is

Lo-Fi Crunch

November 6, 2009

Today I was chopping up beats, rearranging, resampling and generally messing with them. Eventually I thought it might be neat to double the speed and pitch of a beat, record it and half the pitch of the recording. That sounds sort of redundant, and all that really happened is the sample rate got chopped in half. I […]

Guitar Rig, Skippy Fills

November 4, 2009

Today, I decided to go through all the old projects that I haven’t worked on in a while. Usually I’ll leave old things behind to work on something new every week or so, sometimes more frequently than that. Anyways, I opened one song up, and it seemed to be from my “slap Guitar Rig on […]