Sou

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    Wenhui
  1. Yes, other samples/audio clips are working fine in FL and using Winamp/foobar2k to play. It isn't set to anything, just 2 dashes "--". I have changed the sampler channel, same thing happens. If I change other samples to this sampler channel (which is 2), those samples still work. However this does not. Yes, it playsback perfectly in media players. In fact on the right side of FL where the browser/directory is, if I click on the samples name the .wav file still plays. Its only if I drag it to my project then no audio appears. *Edit (6 hours later) Okay this is weird. I restarted my computer this time, and now ALL samples from that folder have the red line at the start, while samples from other folders don't. However now that particular sample that was giving me problems can now be played/inputed via Piano Roll or any other method. If it helps this is the EWQL free sample pack that they released a month or two ago.
  2. Thanks for the reply! Sadly, it doesn't work.. I really hope it isn't a bad sample that I have..
  3. Hey guys, would appreciate it if anyone could enlighten me on this issue. On the left side of the waveform there's a red line just before the waveform begins. Problem is that when I try to insert a note via Piano Roll, no sound comes out. Next thing I tried was to click on the waveform (which normally would produce the sound of the .wav) but to no avail. Other things I tried was restarting FL, deleting and re-adding the sample but none of these worked. So could anyone please tell me what that red line is, how did it get there and how do I remove it? Thanks alot! *Edit I forgot to add that I suspect its the red line (whatever it means) that is preventing audio from coming out as other samples do not have this red line at the start or anywhere on the waveform and can play perfectly.
  4. Try to make a track for fun, doesn't matter if it sounds silly, doesn't have any proper structure to it nor accurate techniques/theory. This works for me at least. In the past I tried to do proper tracks that would sound at least decent, or just passably listenable and I always ended up frustrated. After you complete that silly track you can decide where to go from then. For example, tweaking the track or something
  5. That was a nice read, thanks! And yes, it was funny to me as well hah.
  6. Has anyone here had any experience with the KRK VXT series Monitors? I was thinking of getting one to be used in my room while I work on my tracks and projects. I've saved up a bit already and don't want it to go to waste on my 1st Monitor purchase. Here is the link for anyone who is interested http://www.krksys.com/product_vxt.php My budget would be preferably around USD$250, and I'm also open to suggestions if anyone has any other ideas for monitors (even if its out of the budget, I'll look at it). Thanks again
  7. Sou

    Complete Noob Seeking Help

    Is theory really that important? I know it would be a benefit if one brushed up on theory, but still, mixing/composing can still be done without any knowledge of theory, am I right? The reason why I'm asking is because I learnt piano quite some years ago but as I prefered to play the piano (practical) I neglected the theory portion. I'm trying to create/compose a few tracks of my own and have started trying to pick it up again, but I would like to hear the thoughts of the guys here. Thanks a lot in advance (:
  8. This just blew me away. Very nice voice, gives the song even more meaning. The remixed melody is also very fitting with the lyrics oh god
  9. Sou

    Not enough memory?

    2 gigs of RAM isn't sufficient?!
  10. I didn't want to create another thread so I hope the OP doesn't mind if I post my question here to whoever can answer it:< Do composers on this site, or any other even use soundfonts? I've been toying around with them for a bit while looking around for a workstation, and the things they can do seem quite unlimited, but the only drawback is that its a hassle to click and adjust/layer everything by mouse/computer keyboard. Is that the reason why soundfonts are rarely used? Or are they used a lot? If so, why? EDIT: And yes, I am using the demo version of FL
  11. Spread the word through my site for OCR! Torrenting it currently as I type this:<
  12. Really amazed by this! Just by listening to it one can really gain a lot of insight and ideas for arrangement, composition, etc. Just really blown away!
  13. I've been looking around for a keyboard too as well, your recommendation seems to be what I've been looking for. Just dropping by to say thanks:<