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Tyler Heath

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    TX

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    http://tylerheath.bandcamp.com/

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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    FL Studio
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Lyrics
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Acoustic Guitar
    Electric Bass
    Electric Guitar: Rhythm
    Vocals: Male

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    Tyler Heath
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    Musician

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  1. man, it's been forever since I've posted here, but OCR was where I learned to write music, and I haven't forgotten. I wanted to let everyone know that I've recorded a free EP of more-or-less well known Christmas tunes, and you can listen to and download it right HERE. consider it my Christmas gift to all of you! because I don't have the money to actually buy you anything. if you're thinking to yourself "who even are you?", I'm that guy who wrote the Artifact of Power series and did that collab with Zircon like five years ago. Since my last ReMix got posted here, I studied some traditional comp
  2. I'm going to enter this, I think. should be fun times!
  3. hahahahahah yeah, I little foresight on my part when choosing a handle might have saved us all a few headaches.
  4. in working with FL, my personal experience (which is probably wrong and/or juvenile when compared to "real" recording and producing) has shown that a chorus module turned down to about 20-30% in the mixer can do wonders for making the track less "I recorded this in my room at my parents' house :x"
  5. not to drag this thread out or off topic, but compy: isn't this forum named "Remixing 101" entirely because it is a helpdesk for new users? I was under the impression that the whole purpose of this section of the forums was to answer any questions that cropped up. and, on the off-chance that you don't want to answer the same question over and over again to people who just arrived and maybe don't know how many times you've answered that same question, well -- couldn't you just, you know, keep your misguided rage to yourself and not answer his question? I mean, someone else is bound to step up a
  6. addendum: as far as I can tell, CDXtract CAN in fact read and convert QL Brass -- rather than trying to load the disc by the conventional Disc menu, go through the Files menu instead. (hopefully everyone who reads this understands where those two are and what the difference is? D: ) also, for you demo users, while you're limited to converting the first program, you can also convert the entire directory -- it will come out as one huge soundfont bank, but you can then extract those soundfonts individually. happy creative-problem-solving! EDIT: disregard most of the above. ALL YOU NEED TO DO is c
  7. According to Unknown (Ty), the CDxtract demo let's you convert one folder at a time. However, it considers the entire CD as one folder, so you SHOULD be able to use that to convert to soundfont. In regards to the Guitar + bass programming.. you're going to want some sort of sampler like Kontakt, Halion, or VSampler to reprogram it. It is very poorly programmed to begin with. There are different patches for high/low regions on the keyboards and soft and loud velocities. the demo of CDXtract won't recognize QL Brass, unfortunately (although I think zirc pointed out that neither does the full ver
  8. because this problem doesn't seem to solely address FL Studio -- you'll notice zirc's comment on this not being a problem only found in FL exports. anyway, I had noticed this, too. FL 6 fixes it, you say? looks like I know what to do now, even though I like the way FL 5 runs a little more than I do FL 6 (I think it might have something to do with familiarity).
  9. as long as we're talking about keyswitches, I'd like to throw in my opinion (which closely resembles some of the previously stated) -- while pretty cool features, they're not what I like to use personally. I'd much rather have several channels, each with its own articulation on it. Somehow that seems less complicated and more liberating.
  10. for quick reference, is there a fairly easy and inexpensive way to get AKAI samples into FL Studio? I only ask because those brass look really attractive and I want to know if it's worth buying them.
  11. for me personally, the hardest part of a song to write is the chorus -- but that's because I value the chorus above the rest of the song. it needs to be the catchy part, the memorable part. it sums up the song, usually. also, I can only write a good song if I'm really feeling it -- it's all based on emotions and intuition, not working it out (for me, possibly/probably not others). but when I do write a song, it usually all comes out in the space of 5 minutes, or it sucks.
  12. personally, I favor the audio-file-bounce method. then again, I've really only ever finished the one (very successful) collab with zirc, so perhaps my knowledge is based too much on too little? anyway, I agree with what zirc said a few posts ago: the result, not the process, is what matters.
  13. coincidentally, I was just talking about this subject today and had resolved myself to find out more. the tips are awesome, zirc. I'm not sure if this thread is as good as any to ask this, but does FL have a multiband compressor somewhere that I don't know about? and, if not (of course this would follow) is there a decent free one that you'd like to recommend?
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