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BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by jsilver » Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:20 pm

Alright guys, I wanna try to ensure the survival of this so no rules really besides what guidelines you find below (and no warez discussion please.)

To keep this from turning into just a discussion about FL in general, I want to ask people to generally include an FLP ZIP with each of their posts unless it's a crit. If you are collabing someone, quote their post so they can know that you did a variation of them. :)

I don't recommend using VSTs because of the collaborative style of this thread and long-time users of FL know that can be a nightmare with DLL versions, however if you do make sure you say what you used and what version so people don't load it up and think that it's pure Fruity.

I recommend ZIP as the format because it makes sure that you packaged your audio stems. If you follow these instructions the ride is smoother.

I'll start off with two project stems. Try either or do both. ;)
They're under "other". Download below.
http://drop.io/jsilver

To export FL Zip: File->Export->Zipped loop package.

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Re: Anarchist FL9 [Zip] Style Dubstep Collab Thread

Post by antics » Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:36 pm

I know you said not to post, and i apologise, but i have no idea what one is meant to do here? Are we adding to your zip? or just posting examples?

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Re: Anarchist FL9 [Zip] Style Dubstep Collab Thread

Post by jsilver » Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:50 pm

antics wrote:I know you said not to post, and i apologise, but i have no idea what one is meant to do here? Are we adding to your zip? or just posting examples?
Adding/collabing yes. Collaborating. It's intent to be an open-source style collaboration thread. You can bring your own project stems or add to mine/anyone who posts anything. Just edit and post it back. It's all open to interpretation :)

The "rules" are 1. Use FL Studio 2. No VSTs 3. Use Zip.

HF :w:

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Re: Anarchist FL9 [Zip] Style Dubstep Collab Thread

Post by sunny_b_uk » Sat Aug 28, 2010 7:07 pm

this sounds nice m8, only problem is i use FL 6 not FL 9.
i prefer FL 6 bcoz it uses less space :mrgreen:

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Re: Anarchist FL9 [Zip] Style Dubstep Collab Thread

Post by jsilver » Sat Aug 28, 2010 7:23 pm

sunny_b_uk wrote:this sounds nice m8, only problem is i use FL 6 not FL 9.
i prefer FL 6 bcoz it uses less space :mrgreen:
its ok just put (FL6) next to your zip.. mostly shouldnt matter except u cant use some of my plugs. should be ok.


also wanted to say, this is a pro-overdubbing thread


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Re: Anarchist FL9 [Zip] Style Dubstep Collab Thread

Post by redraven » Sat Aug 28, 2010 7:53 pm

I like this idea I'll get a stem set up and up it in an hour or so

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Re: Anarchist FL9 [Zip] Style Dubstep Collab Thread

Post by sunny_b_uk » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:37 pm

well i couldnt open your projects for sh*t in FL 6, i think il temporary install a FL 9 elsewhere and giv this whole thing a go. if not then i will just start my own project and share it. i like this idea of collabing because i dont get 2 produce for as many hours as id wish to :( lol

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Post by jsilver » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:53 pm

nice thanks for the support guys :) :)

calling all FL crew to this thread now

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by redraven » Sun Aug 29, 2010 1:12 am

Sorry it took longer than I though but here's the remix pack for my latest song "No Longer the Same"

If you remix it lemme know cause I'd love to hear it =)

Oh and the freeware filter i use I included with the zip just put the .dll in your vst folder

http://www.speedyshare.com/files/240162 ... ilter_.zip

Alternate Link:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/kpqzt4


And here's a link to a slightly older tagged version you can take a listen to before you download the big zip

http://www.box.net/shared/mrfomjc2bg


In case you want to write in additional synths here is a chart that shows what notes I used (ones with red are used)
http://www.box.net/shared/770288sfx4

Now the bassline uses E and F an octave higher and G# in the same octave as the F.

The Arp in the intro is the same progression with the arp using a 4 and 7 semitone higher note every so often to keep it interesting hence why so many notes next to each other as the chart includes the 4th and 7th =)


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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by jsilver » Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:49 am

redraven wrote:Sorry it took longer than I though but here's the remix pack for my latest song "No Longer the Same"

If you remix it lemme know cause I'd love to hear it =)

Oh and the freeware filter i use I included with the zip just put the .dll in your vst folder

http://www.speedyshare.com/files/240162 ... ilter_.zip

Alternate Link:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/kpqzt4


And here's a link to a slightly older tagged version you can take a listen to before you download the big zip

http://www.box.net/shared/mrfomjc2bg


In case you want to write in additional synths here is a chart that shows what notes I used (ones with red are used)
http://www.box.net/shared/770288sfx4

Now the bassline uses E and F an octave higher and G# in the same octave as the F.

The Arp in the intro is the same progression with the arp using a 4 and 7 semitone higher note every so often to keep it interesting hence why so many notes next to each other as the chart includes the 4th and 7th =)


HAVE FUN!
Nice! Opened for me, nice sample too. This is phat. Bringin it nicely with this one. Sick RedRaven Big Up.

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by redraven » Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:18 pm

Thanks man :D You gotta let me hear what you come out with

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by jsilver » Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:55 pm

redraven wrote:Thanks man :D You gotta let me hear what you come out with

tryin to bring something fresh and funky for sure

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by redraven » Mon Aug 30, 2010 1:41 am

jsilver wrote:
redraven wrote:Thanks man :D You gotta let me hear what you come out with

tryin to bring something fresh and funky for sure
We need to gather more FL heads to post stuff here this is a great fun and interesting way to learn FL more in depth and see how other people work

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by jsilver » Mon Aug 30, 2010 2:15 am

redraven wrote:
jsilver wrote:
redraven wrote:Thanks man :D You gotta let me hear what you come out with

tryin to bring something fresh and funky for sure
We need to gather more FL heads to post stuff here this is a great fun and interesting way to learn FL more in depth and see how other people work

true


got a remix comin hard


I said I would and did

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sources and mp3
http://drop.io/redravenremix

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by redraven » Wed Sep 01, 2010 1:06 am

wow man that's hardly recognizable as my tune o_O

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by jsilver » Wed Sep 01, 2010 9:03 pm

redraven wrote:wow man that's hardly recognizable as my tune o_O
ahaha :D excellent

only added one synth i swear... i replaced yor wobbel with my own 3x0sc one. lulz hope that wasnt against remix competition rulez

i did glitch and vox your vocal tho

and i did hella chopping.. everywhere...

im thinking of 2stepping your breakdown too tho but I like where it's gone. nicely

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by redraven » Thu Sep 02, 2010 2:10 am

jsilver wrote:
redraven wrote:wow man that's hardly recognizable as my tune o_O
ahaha :D excellent

only added one synth i swear... i replaced yor wobbel with my own 3x0sc one. lulz hope that wasnt against remix competition rulez

i did glitch and vox your vocal tho

and i did hella chopping.. everywhere...

im thinking of 2stepping your breakdown too tho but I like where it's gone. nicely
yeah i noticed that with the bassline...

on a side note- WHERE ARE THE OTHER FL USERS HERE? :w:

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by tom2507 » Fri Sep 03, 2010 8:27 am

hey everyone, iv been using FL for around 6 months now, started making dubstep around 2 months ago, imma give remixing ago so be sure to check em out :)

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by redraven » Sat Sep 04, 2010 3:34 am

Got any track (even old poorly mixed tunes)? just make a remix pack by exporting all the loops and rebuilding the song (takes about 40 minutes tops)... you can do this either by exporting while in loop mode (only will export the loop your on so you have to repeat this for each loop) which is the easiest way... or you can record into edison chop it out yourself and rebuild...just remember to have the "cut remainder" light on if you use the export way =).... and use stock Fl plugins (in the mixer) or include the FREEWARE ones you used

Once you've rebuilt your song go to File> Export> Zip Looped Package... upload that zip to somewhere like sendspace and post a link... people with more expierence can (and will) still remix it and improve the mixing.. and we can also send you back our remixed flp so you can see how and learn!

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Re: BIG BAD No Rules FL Studio ZIP Style (Dubstep) Collab Thread

Post by jsilver » Sat Sep 04, 2010 3:56 am

nice dropping some knowledge there I see RedRaven

notha one: http://www.sendspace.com/file/otbn8g

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