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ImBored 2006-02-21 20:14

Need FL Help/Changing midi samples
 
Sorry if this is the wrong forum (I cant decide if its drums, or gear/recording which is more PC based) but here goes.

I have written all my drum parts in guitar pro but as we all know guitar pros drum system sounds a little crappy :cool:
All I want to do is import them in to fruity loops as midi files, and then just change the midi samples. So for every bass hit in the midi file, a .wav sample is called in through fruity loops and thats it. Just more realistic sounding.

I know this is a repost of mine but Im in desperate need of help, its really frustrating not being able to do shit in this program, and it seems like a simple task.

Addendum: If anybody knows how to do this just without fruity loops then please tell, too, as its not important its fruity loops im using, I just want to get it done. I would make my own soundfont, but cant find any software that will let me do so :s

NZ black metal drumm 2006-02-21 21:28

What about using Battery in Logic?

if think you can do what you want with that if you know how

Import the Midi file, assign the bass drum, snare etc to the right 'note' then choose the sample to play on said note

I think you can do it that way but I am not sure, I used a sibelious drum file and then imported it into midi when I did that....

rapeandruin 2006-02-22 04:12

i think a better question is is there a way to do triplets in fucking FL...shit

hmmm never mind what i said about triplets found out how to do it...really simple...maybe I'll make a tutorial and post it.

NZ black metal drumm 2006-02-22 04:54

not really...

there is a way to do it, but it sounds shit.

rapeandruin 2006-02-22 20:28

poopy...now to find a new drum machine....gah


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