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FUSION42 posted a topic in Post Your Original Music!Hey everyone! I'm new to posting around here, but I've been a long time lurker (for over 10 years now I think). Anyway, I only recently got back into producing music in FL Studio, which was a hobby of mine in high school, and I feel like my first few tracks have turned out pretty good! For today, here's my first lo-fi hip hop release. I plan on doing more in this style, which I've been listening to a lot lately. This is by no means my main style of music, I also like to produce dance and trance music, as well as an occasional hip hop beat. I would totally produce jazz if I could, but my setup is really minimal right now and better suited to electronic music. By day I'm a gospel keyboardist, singer, and songwriter, so really I just like all things music Anyway, here's the track, and I hope you enjoy! If anyone has feedback on the mix or arrangement I'd love to hear it. A little more info on how I made this: The track was made in the latest version of FL Studio, using a free electric piano sample as the base. The beat was drawn in by hand, and partway through production I purchased a Nektar Impact LX25+ midi controller (which is awesome by the way) and I used that to play the synth lead and do some of the automation. All mixing/mastering was done in FL Studio, and I'm aware that it's not perfect and I have a lot of room to improve, BUT I actually was really happy with the mix overall. Thanks for listening!
Hi there, i have a question about working with the 32bit Buffering on flstudio. I use Kontakt5 and it really annoyed me, that when i used to many sounds at the same time and it became louder, it sounded really distorted. I found the function to activate 32bit buffering on my flstudio file and got rid of the problem when playing the song in flstudio. But like i suspected, when i rendered it in 16bit wav or mp3 file, the distortion/overdrive was back. Now i could just mix it down a bit and make it less loud, but i want my song to be as loud as possible. My Question now is: is there a way to export it as mp3 oder 16bit wav, but keep it as loud as the project file originally is? Is there a render setting i overlooked? Or do i really have to make everything less loud. Thanks for your help