[fruityloops] Re: Howdy, help with acid

  • From: "TJ Cinnamon" <tjcinnamon@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2003 03:45:59 +0000

I need to sync them together for a live PA.  So most of the of the things 
I'm doing are going to be done live.  I am using other peoples MP3's like 
Panacea and Cativo so I would like to mix the stuff I make live with those 

>From: Vincent Brandon <uncvinnie_b718@xxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [fruityloops] Re: Howdy, help with acid
>Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 09:36:54 -0800 (PST)
>I've never heard of anyone using FL in acid as a VSTi or DXi, but what you 
>can do is export your song as a wav file and add loops or record audio in 
>1.  Make your tracks in FL as normal, I assume you already know how to 
>create track variations such as breakdowns, intros and outros using the 
>track numbering feature in FL.
>2.  Then you can go to FILE, then EXPORT (as a Wav file) click export and 
>follow the prompts.  Make sure you save the exported Wav's in a folder you 
>can find (can't tell you how many files I had laying around my system when 
>I first started with FL).  You can export each track within the same song 
>into the folder you create and if you solo the separate samples within a 
>track, you can separate the Kicks from the Snares and so on for further 
>level and fx tweeking within Acid or Sound Forge.
>3.  Open Acid, set to the original tempo as your FL song, OPEN the folder 
>with your FL exported loops and double click each one into the track view 
>of Acid.  If you've clearly labled each loop you exported from FL, you can 
>easily painted your song together the way you had it set up in FL.
>Hope none of this is too confusing.
>Good Luck.
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