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Posts Tagged ‘Sytrus

Making Your Own Cheesy Robot Drums

December 29, 2009

A lot of people use drum machine samples for drums in their music (TR-909, 808…) and stress out because their 808 kicks aren’t phat enough and stuff. But really (really!), everyone has heard these sounds, and it might be fun to make your own new and unique drum cheese sounds. If being new and unique […]

Uber Supersaws in Sytrus

December 3, 2009

Supersaw. It’s the sound of growling drum n bass, cheesy anthem trance and southern hip hop, maybe. A bunch of saw waves stacked up and slightly detuned, going in and out of phase with each other. Technically, it’s called unison, and it doesn’t have to be saws. Maybe someday the pulse of modern music will consist of  supersquares. […]

Multilinking Controllers in FL Studio

November 20, 2009

Multilinking controllers was a new feature in FL 7 or 8, I don’t really remember, but it’s pretty much just an easy way to link a bunch of knobs on a mid controller to things inside FL Studio. The multilink controllers button looks like a joystick. After pressing it, teaking controls in FL Studio and then pressing it again, […]

Things Out of Phase with Love Philter

November 15, 2009

The Fruity Love Philter is pretty neat. It sort of  has a silly name, but it’s a bank of 8 filters with envelopes and LFO’s for everything, waveshapers and serial/parallel nonsense. One thing that confused me for a long time was that the input gain knob for each filter ranged from -125% on the left to 125% on the right, […]