FL studio (fruity loops) users!!!!!

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  • MIKEMOPROBEATS MIKEMOPROBEATS Bronze Status 3 months ago

    LETS TALK

  • SenseiJay SenseiJay Hustler Status 1 month ago

    Any tips on how to make my beats to be louder?

  • VigilanteStylez VigilanteStylez Basic Status 1 week ago

    As a producer that is not your concern.  Let a mix engineer, and mastering engineer worry about that.  Just worry about making a great beat. 

  • VigilanteStylez VigilanteStylez Basic Status 1 week ago

    Now if you are struggling financially, then you will want to follow these tips. Get a good balance on your instruments first, apply the desired EQ / compression and whatnot on your individual channels.  Do not do too much.  Your sounds are already processed, you are not working with live instruments recorded through a microphone.  So do little EQ moves, little bit of compression just to get a nice tone.  Then on the master bus you will do some bus compression, just a little bit once again.  Some EQ cuts on the low end, and a high pass filter to grab some of the low end rumble, and remove it.  Control the highs a bit so they don't sound piercing.  Make it sound nice and clean.  Then finally apply a limiter.  Apply a -0.3db ceiling, then push the limiter as loud as you can before it starts sounding squashed and cruddy.  What it should sound like in the end, is really loud, yet clean, and punchy.  Aim for about -8 RMS, or about -10 LUFS.  You have no need to go louder than that. 

  • MIKEMOPROBEATS MIKEMOPROBEATS Bronze Status 1 month ago

    first normalize your beat, next use some eq. then use a master plugin , make use you done peak..also remember the sounds have to beat loud that your using to make the beat... also your mix have to be right ....

  • VigilanteStylez VigilanteStylez Basic Status 1 week ago

    If you need a metering plugin for getting that loudness.  FL Studio has one called Wave Candy.  Put that at the end of your master chain so you can make sure the levels are hitting the loudness levels I mentioned.  They have an RMS meter, aim for -8.  Call it a day.

  • MIKEMOPROBEATS MIKEMOPROBEATS Bronze Status 1 week ago

    EXACTLY