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Winning900

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  1. Ok, I think I've figured it out. http://picosong.com/86aE
  2. Ok. Also, thank you, this will help a lot. I didn't know the Undertale maker used FL Studio. I messed around with the stuff you said to mess with, and I've got the FL Keys piano to sound like a metal guitar. Also, I've made a remix of the Pokémon gym battle theme. It isn't as good as some of the epic stuff I've heard on this site, but should I post it anyway? Can I improve from that?
  3. It sure sounds better than FL Studio did when I tried making a Kingdom Hearts song.
  4. I looked it up, and found multiple remixes made using this soundfont. However, the original download link seems to have expired due to old age. Did anyone download this before it went down? Could I use it?
  5. This song contains an awesome almost-8-bit synth lead(I think it switches between genuine 8-bit and an epic synth that sounds like it but fuller and better), an awesome electric guitar, an awesome orchestra hit-ish sound, some kind of bass violin this around 122, and a proper 8-bit lead thing that starts around 0:31. What are these instruments, what are their VSTs, and how do I get my FL Studio to sound like those?
  6. Together We Ride, a song that features in multiple Fire Emblem games... Can I request a thrash Metal version of this song?
  7. Also, the bass thing you mentioned earlier is AMAZING.
  8. I'm sorry. Yes, that was what I meant. Sorry about the sound perception. I'm... not really sure how to put it, but... there's a singer. (Except it is actually not a singer, it's Vocaloid, but it doesn't matter) And while that singer is singing, instruments are playing. In my mind, I see some kind of keyboard player hitting notes on his keyboard to make those sounds, sorta like a guitarist would use chords to make his sounds. (Even though it might be a launchpad instead. Sorry) I know how the bass drop part is made, but not the rest of the song. I'm asking how to do that, and produce a song with instruments similar to this one. I'm sorry if I sound stupid or mean. I'm not really a music expert, but I'd like to learn. I watched those tutorial vids, and you have all been amazing and helpful so far. I love each and every one of you. This site should have a dogecoin thing where we can pay people who make good posts or songs with coins too worthless to mean much on their own, because it's the thought that counts. And I will post my music here when it is finished, so all of you can see how amazing you will help me to be.
  9. By high parts, I mean all the instruments playing in the song that aren't the bass-drop part. And by bubble... a small shrinking bubble happens around 2:02,
  10. The parts where it sounds like a bubble forms around the sound and it shrinks, the sounds fading out quickly, or the bubble grows and the effect or EQ is removed, sounding like the bubble popped. And by "High parts", I meant the background music played on... synths? Electric pianos set to make those sounds?
  11. Ok. What about the dubstep part? Not just the bass drops, but the high parts, too. For example, in the "Jiyuu no Tsubasa Dj-jo remix AoEDM remaster feat. Hatsune Miku" song remix. And also the circular-sounding fadein-fadeout sounds.
  12. By the way, I discovered Drumstep recently. I tried making that, but the FL Studio drumkit 1 sounds bad, and 2, can't go fast enough while staying in rhythm with the song.
  13. Thank you for trying. How does it sound if you go about it another way? I think there's an echoing pad bell thing in there somewhere.
  14. They don't seem to sound alike on my headohones or speakers. Is it the EQ that does it?
  15. Thank you for the awesome bell sound, but I meant the more echoey one that starts at 0:28 and also ends the song with the faded-out sound.
  16. you people are helpful and nice. Also, YES I was right about the guitar song reverse thing. But from that same song... what was that sorta-pianoish "dowowo, dowowo, dowowowooo... (three notes getting higher) (higher note, then a lower note and lower note than that" thing that plays after the guitar plays a few bars? It sounds really beautiful and happy and peaceful and ethereal, if there was a magic harp made from dew leaves dropping water on a lake of faries and unicorns and stuff, it would sound like that. How do I get that sound in FL Studio?
  17. Ok. How do get those industrial sounds? With the metal hitting metal sounds, and stuff?
  18. I think i just added him as a friendhttps://m.soundcloud.com/aivisura/steven-universe-sugelite I mean the sound that starts playing once per beat from around 30 seconds in on this track, you can also hear that barking dog sound in the "Sugilite returns" track, if I posted that. I'm not sure I did. Anyway... that is a lot of money i don't have. Is there something online that I can do to get that kind of money?
  19. https://m.soundcloud.com/aivisura/steven-universe-sugelite I mean the sound that starts playing once per beat from around 30 seconds in on this track, you can also hear that barking dog sound in the "Sugilite returns" track, if I posted that. I'm not sure I did. Anyway... that is a lot of money i don't have. Is there something online that I can do to get that kind of money?
  20. Dude, you were right, your guitar links do sound better. I liked your post.
  21. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IBvl-AdnHGY&itct=CBsQpDAYASITCKye2MC9hMoCFdSTFgodvGMGHzIGcmVsbWZ1SOvXksOqkcuDEA%3D%3D Also, this song has violins and other orchestral instruments that sound great. How do I recreate those in FL Studio?
  22. Thank you. Also, I forgot to ask: From that Sugilite song, what was that "Dog barking" sound, and was it actually a dog barking?
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