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Exporting in FL Studio

PorchCat
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permalink   Mon, Jan 23, 2006 @ 4:59 PM
Anyone know a clean way to export the *patterns* from Fruity without going through the laborious process of doing them one by one?

*meow*
shagrugge
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permalink   Mon, Jan 23, 2006 @ 5:54 PM
aside from muting the instruments you don’t want and exporting…no

Copying and pasting is also laborious between patterns for example if you want to copy multiple instruments (but not all) from pattern 1 over to a new pattern it has to be done individually or all of them and erase the instruments you don’t want.

i.e. the control click feature would be nice for selecting tracks to copy.
fourstones
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permalink   Mon, Jan 23, 2006 @ 7:27 PM
Quote: Copying and pasting is also laborious between patterns for example if you want to copy multiple instruments (but not all) from pattern 1 over to a new pattern it has to be done individually or all of them and erase the instruments you don’t want.

FL 6 has ‘split pattern by channel’ which makes this a WHOLE lot easier.
EJG (aka Laerlooper)
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permalink   Sun, Mar 12, 2006 @ 4:18 AM
Quote: Quote: Copying and pasting is also laborious between patterns for example if you want to copy multiple instruments (but not all) from pattern 1 over to a new pattern it has to be done individually or all of them and erase the instruments you don’t want.

FL 6 has ‘split pattern by channel’ which makes this a WHOLE lot easier.

Don’t forget about "Layers". Multiple plugins can be controlled by one "layer" channel. Each plugin’s mute/unmute can be controlled through automation. You can bring in and cut out different instruments throughout the song in this manner, all being controlled by the same "layer" channel. For instance, if you have a flute and a piano playing the same melody, but not at the same time, you can control that melody through the "layer" channel playing continuously throughout the song. When you want to hear the piano, just mute the flute. When you’re ready to hear the flute play, automate the piano to mute and the flute to unmute at that point in the song. There’s more than one way to skin a cat….