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Postby Groxiv » 27 Apr 2018, 13:40

thanks for all

this is a little gift from a beginner for all the guys !!!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LuClf ... NhTr1lwBuW
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Postby Groxiv » 27 Apr 2018, 15:19

The Mind Creator:Really nice ! I really like the kick and the melody :)



thx dude :D ;D
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Postby Groxiv » 27 Apr 2018, 15:25

Qobalt:1) Remove the FL limiter from your master channel before mixing
2) Do not use soundgoodizer or use it very carefully and for tiny specific things, not the whole track. In 99% of cases it ruins the track completely
3) Use stereo enhancers channel by channel, not the whole track.
4) And the rules of mastering rap tracks are bit different because of sound spectrum structure.

From your sample I can tell that first part (unmastered) sounds WAY better than the second part. Second part is very muddy and not detailed.
Find some videos on YT (there are a lot from professional producers e.g. Michael Phase)
You can start from this playlist, you will learn A LOT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6QPxwn ... CSrX2XolE5

And may the Force be with you :)

thx a lot dude but i want to ask about my project productions structure if it has a mistake or not

1- creating the midi and choose the good presets for any plugin
2- trying to mix it
3- export it as a wav file
4- master it and export it as a mp3 file


does this is a correct structure to make the project ??? thx
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Postby Qobalt » 27 Apr 2018, 15:44

Try to assign a channel (FL calls it mixer track) for every instrument line. Like - channel for snares, channel for claps, channel for kick, channel for every lead etc.
Then export every channel as a wav file (you can do that in FL - when you export .wav, there is an option "Split mixer tracks"). https://support.image-line.com/action/k ... se?ans=595
Then make a new FL project, pull all your .wav's inside and master them
There's a lot more control over the sounds when all track is splitted into channels.
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Postby Groxiv » 27 Apr 2018, 16:15

Qobalt . i tried to master like the method the you suggest and here is it

idk if the problem was in mixing or in the mastering

tell me what's good and what's bad

here is the link : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1A6piAl ... sp=sharing
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Postby Groxiv » 27 Apr 2018, 16:26

Qobalt:Try to assign a channel (FL calls it mixer track) for every instrument line. Like - channel for snares, channel for claps, channel for kick, channel for every lead etc.
Then export every channel as a wav file (you can do that in FL - when you export .wav, there is an option "Split mixer tracks"). https://support.image-line.com/action/k ... se?ans=595
Then make a new FL project, pull all your .wav's inside and master them
There's a lot more control over the sounds when all track is splitted into channels.



ok i will do that i forget to export it like it and i keep the 2 other new settings that i didn't saw them in imageline example and they are : (Enable master effects) and Enable (insert effects) should i keep them ??
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Postby Groxiv » 27 Apr 2018, 19:05

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Postby Groxiv » 27 Apr 2018, 23:50

thx for supporting me . that means to me a lot !!!

sorry because i asked a lot of questions :)
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