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FL Studio Know-How: Drum Samples from Scratch

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    Introduction

    Introduction to the course with an explanation of what will be covered.

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    Synthesizing Kick Drums Pt. 1

    Here we start things off by synthesizing our own kick drum using Sytrus, and we see how to adjust different aspects of the sound.

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    Synthesizing Kick Drums Pt. 2

    Now we continue making a few more kick drum samples with a variety of different properties in Sytrus and the Sampler.

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    Synthesizing Snare Drums Pt. 1

    In this video, we create our own snare drum sample and tweak it to our liking.

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    Synthesizing Snare Drums Pt. 2

    We continue making some varied snare samples with a few cool tricks to make the sounds unique.

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    Synthesizing Toms Pt. 1

    Here we make a synthesized tom-tom drum sound that can be edited further to get even more samples.

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    Synthesizing Toms Pt. 2

    Now that we have our first sound, we will make a few tweaks and create a set of pitched tom samples.

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    Synthesizing Hi-Hats & Cymbals Pt. 1

    In this video, we synthesize and samples a few open and closed Hi-Hat sounds.

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    Synthesizing Hi-Hats & Cymbals Pt. 2

    With our understanding of how to make our hat samples, we take it a step further and make a few crash cymbals.

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    Synthesizing Effects Samples Pt. 1

    In this video, we synthesize a few samples to be used as effects, like noise sweeps and "whoosh" sounds.

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    Synthesizing Effects Samples Pt. 2

    We continue our effects sampling with the completion of our "whoosh" sample and also a spacious reverse crash sound.

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    Synthesizing Effects Samples Pt. 3

    Here we create a few more samples, such as a very deep 808-style boom and a saw riser that is great for building tension.

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    Creating & Exporting Loops

    Now that we've made all of these cool samples, let's create some loops that will sync to any tempo for use in future projects.

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    Setting Up Samples for Use

    We wrap things up with some info on how to get our new samples in your FL Browser and a few closing remarks.

Product Overview


FL Studio expert Tyler Coffin returns, and now shows how you can make top-quality drum samples for your tracks or professional libraries, all from scratch in FL Studio. You even get the FL Studio project session from the video tutorials, as well as the complete 100% royalty free sound samples Tyler creates in the videos!

Tyler starts with an introduction to the series, laying out exactly what you’ll be doing and learning, and then jumps right in, showing you how to make killer kicks, snares and toms.

Next, it’s on to hi-hats, cymbals and effect sounds using Sytrus and other FL Studio features. Tyler now shows you how to create and export loops, set your new samples up for use and more.

See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you use FL Studio and you’re wanting to learn how to make custom samples for your “own sound”, or for commercial purposes from scratch, this is the place to be… Checkout “FL Studio Know-How: Drum Samples from Scratch” today!


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yupyup
Submitted 2 years ago

Good, but a little amateur

I was hoping for some tutorials that went into being creative with modification to drum samples/layering. Definitely a good instructor with good lessons, just felt the series could have been trimmed way down. Making just these stock electronic sounding kits from scratch isn't really useful for modern composing.

Response from :

Hi there, so sorry you were looking for other types of info from this series. Also, thanks for your kind words about the instructor. This series is definitely aimed at the beginner who is new to FL and the concept of making their own drum sounds from scratch, which is why Tyler took it slow. :) As far as the drum sounds themselves, there are obviously so many different genres out there that Tyler just went with the basic staples of electronic drum sounds, which can be the starting point for more complex or genre specific tones. Thanks again for your input, we really appreciate it. Have a great day! - Your Groove3 Team

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yupyup
Submitted 2 years ago

Good, but a little amateur

I was hoping for some tutorials that went into being creative with modification to drum samples/layering. Definitely a good instructor with good lessons, just felt the series could have been trimmed way down. Making just these stock electronic sounding kits from scratch isn't really useful for modern composing.

Response from :

Hi there, so sorry you were looking for other types of info from this series. Also, thanks for your kind words about the instructor. This series is definitely aimed at the beginner who is new to FL and the concept of making their own drum sounds from scratch, which is why Tyler took it slow. :) As far as the drum sounds themselves, there are obviously so many different genres out there that Tyler just went with the basic staples of electronic drum sounds, which can be the starting point for more complex or genre specific tones. Thanks again for your input, we really appreciate it. Have a great day! - Your Groove3 Team
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I started playing around with music at a young age with garage sale keyboards or whatever else I could get my hands on. My older brothers were very much into bands and guitars, and so I was always around some of the culture. I played alto sax throughout school in the concert, marching, and jazz bands. Browsing through our home computer in middle school, I started playing with music trackers and sequencers that my brothers had installed. From there I found FL Studio, which the demo version we had at that time was still called FruityLoops. It proved to be an excellent passtime for a kid like myself where I could mess around and make some silly little tunes. Through high school and college, I became very well versed in the world of computer audio and all the things that can be done with synthesizers and digital recording. With the growing understanding came a growing excitement for the endless possibilities that I could achieve in music, sound design, and recording. So I kept learning and searching further, where I kept finding that there was always more to learn! 
 
I was, and continue to be, captivated by every step of music production, be it creative or technical in nature. I’ve been fortunate to work under many kinds of production circumstances, whether in a professional studio space such as Mudcat Studios in Utah or getting a professional sound out of various home studios that I’ve used for recording instruments and live bands. I’ve also been able to work on my fair share of electronic music, either solo or with other producers in person or online for collaborations. And now with Groove3, I take great pride in sharing the knowledge and experience that I’ve been so thrilled to accumulate through my diverse journey through music and production. As that journey continues and I continue to grow myself, I am truly thankful that I am lucky enough to help those around me to improve and follow their own passions for music!

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FL Studio Know-How: Drum Samples from Scratch is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 1 .
Rated 3.0 out of 5 by from Good, but a little amateur I was hoping for some tutorials that went into being creative with modification to drum samples/layering. Definitely a good instructor with good lessons, just felt the series could have been trimmed way down. Making just these stock electronic sounding kits from scratch isn't really useful for modern composing.
Date published: 1969-12-31
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