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Preparing FL Studio 12 for Recording: Part 1 – Audio Recording

In order to limit the frustrations of the sometimes baffling playlist recording in FL Studio 12, there are some techniques to keep your recordings organized to a degree.  The techniques vary based on whether you are recording Audio, Automation, or

Posted in FL Studio, Music Production, Vocal Production

Vocals – Bag of Tricks

I thought I would provide some tutorials on how to create some interesting vocals other than your typical delay and reverb. Using Image Line’s    Harmor to Create Vocal Chords Harmor’s resynthesis engine allows you to do some pretty spectacular things

Posted in FL Studio, Harmor, Music Production, Vocal Production, VST Patches, VST Plugins

Descending Pitch Sub Bass in Harmor

This is a simple tutorial on how to make a Descending Pitch Sub Bass (or Drop Bass).  The inspiration comes from an old tool that many producers used back in the day called Stomper that was great for designing all

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Creating Sweeps and Risers in Harmor

Creating tension in transitions and breakdowns usually involves a sound that increases in volume and intensity as it nears the next phrase (usually an 8 or 4 bar segment where the music changes).  These sounds are commonly referred to as

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FL Studio 11 – Using Patcher to Create a Custom Interface for Harmor

Image Line’s Harmor plug-in is a powerful, but complex virtual instrument that I am still attempting to figure out.  It is not as intuitive as more popular virtual instruments like Native Instrument’s Massive, but there is no question that it’s

Posted in FL Studio, FL Studio, Harmor, Massive, Music Performance, Music Production, Patcher, VST Patches, VST Plugins, VST Plugins