Jeremiah Ott
Jeremiah Ott doesn't seem to ever sleep. He also knows a little much about FL Studio.
Tutorials
  • Music & Audio
    Quick Tip: Use Patcher as a Send in FL StudioPreivewimage
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    FL Studio's mixer has four dedicated send tracks as well as the ability to use any other track as a send. This is fine for most purposes, but forces you to burn a track if you want to process a signal separate from the regular (i.e., not sent) audio before routing it to a send. With Patcher, you can process and send audio without using up any extra mixer tracks.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Bitcrushing with DitherPreview
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    Bitcrushing is a great way to add some lofi crunchiness to your tracks, although it can be difficult to control. Dither can help fine-tune the bitcrushing effect to get exactly the sound you want.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Pitch Randomization in SlicexPreviewimage
    Image-Line's Slicex makes it easy to modify and mangle your chopped-up audio with envelopes, LFOs and parameter randomization, but you may have missed how exactly to get the pitch of some slices to change randomly. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make parts of your loops swoosh around in pitch, in various amounts.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Create That 'Yoy' Sound in Synth1Previewimage
    You've probably heard that 'yoy' sound a million before times in Dubstep tracks. Here's how to make it in everyone's favourite freeware softsynth. If you're still unsure of what I'm referring to, here's a quick example. [audio: http://cdn.tutsplus.com/audio/uploads/legacy/qt_144_yoy/Example.mp3]Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Gated Reverb with Patcher in FL StudioPreview%20image
    Gated reverb is a fun effect to use on drums, but is usually implemented as a parallel process using a send from one mixer track into another. With Patcher in FL Studio, we can set up a gated reverb as an insert, using only one effect slot and no extra tracks.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Easy Multitap Delay with Fruity ConvolverPreview%20image
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    While FL Studio's native convolution plugin is usually used for reverb, it can also be used to create interesting delay effects quickly and intuitively. With a short impulse sound and some step sequencing, you can have a custom delay line in a few minutes, even adding crazy reverb to it as well. Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Kick Drum Synthesis in SytrusPreview%20image
    Although it's quite easy to amass thousands of drum samples through the Internet, it can be fun and rewarding to make your own entirely from scratch. Sytrus is a good choice for this, with it's flexible oscillators and precise envelopes. In this tutorial, we'll use Sytrus to construct a simple electronic kick drum sound.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Drum Variations with Clips in FL StudioPreview%20image
    Playlist clips in FL Studio can be sliced up and rearranged, which is an easy way to add fills and syncopated variations to drums. Once we have some variations, we can merge the clip slices and then clean it up a bit in the piano roll.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Using External Tools in FL StudioPreview%20image
    FL Studio comes with pretty much everything you need to make most sounds, but there might be something else you like to use, like an audio editor or some other audio application. FL Studio has an extremely useful 'external tools' feature that makes it easy to edit sounds with an application outside of FL Studio right from the browser.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Using Multiple MIDI Controllers in FL Studio 9Preview%20image
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    Everybody loves MIDI controllers. They're so much fun, some people buy a few of them. Before version 9, FL Studio used all connected MIDI controllers to control only one channel, but now each one can be configured to control something completely different. Read More…
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    Quick Tip: How to Recreate Tails of Drum SamplesPreview%20image
    Chopping drum hits out of loops is a great way to gather one-shot drum samples, but since they're in a loop, the tail or decay of the drum is often interrupted by another hit.Read More…
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    Formant Filtering with Fruity Love PhilterThumb
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    Formant filtering is a process that replicates the vowel sounds produced by the human voice. As a tremendous part of our speech, these vowel sounds are instantly recognizable and can sound quite eery and interesting when a sound other than the human voice produces them. Formants will sound neat with almost any source material, but are especially fun with growling basslines like those found in a lot of dubstep or drum and bass. The Fruity Love Philter boasts eight independent filters with an impressive array of modulation possibilities and can be put to use in series or in parallel. This makes it ideal for easily making morphing, evolving vowel sounds. [audio: http://cdn.tutsplus.com/audio/uploads/legacy/388_formant/track snippet.mp3]Read More…