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    Default Making a blend/ distributing mixtapes(2 questions)

    I can't blend in FL. How do you make the lyrics keep going without cutting off or having it playing 20 times with an echo?

    Also, How do you distribute mixtapes when it's really just outta your trunk and not a real professional thing?
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    if your using fl then ethier put tha track at tha bottom where tha recording thing goes...or if your putting it in tha step seq. then when u put it on tha playlist, make tha loop far away from tha pattern so it wont overlap itself. also if your choppin stuff up play around with tha loop buttons in tha channel to where it wont loop. but overall i jus wouldnt use fl in tha first place. use cool edit or virtual dj or somethin. and as for distributing...itz jus like you said...itz literally outta your trunk. go around stores...malls...parkin lots...wherever and blast it if you can..pitch ya product. try sellin alot of em to gas stations and places that sell mixtapes

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    Default Re: Making a blend/ distributing mixtapes(2 questions)

    What do you mean far away from the pattern?:D
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    dude jus use another program lol it is almost impossible to mix tracks using fl anywayz. im tellin u...go get cool edit from tha "other downloads" section...it will be much easier

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    Default Re: Making a blend/ distributing mixtapes(2 questions)

    I have cool edit pro I just said Fl since I'm most comfortable with it.
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    trying to blend tracks in fl is really unheard of...jus put tha tracks on cool edit to blend em together...then use something else to give it effects like virtual dj

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    Use Sony's Acid Pro. I use 5.0, but 6.0 is just as good (Sony kinda messed with some of the features, and I personally think 5.0 is the best).

    It's exceptionally easy to blend in Acid. As long as you have an accurate BPM (accurate as in... down to 2 or 3 decimals. Try Mixmeister BPM Analyzer if you want one of the most accurate auto-detection programs ever).

    Just drag and drop your corresponding tracks into the main display. Right-click on the song name, click on Properties, set mode to 'beatmap', set your initial start and BPM, and you're good to go.

    There are tons of automatable effects, everything from graphical EQ's to reverbs to flangers. It's pretty awesome.

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