I've almost stopped listening to music on the computer so bad is the sound quality from iTunes. Its a headache to explain. It's for this reason many plugins are starting to offer oversampling options, and for this reason nearly all studios will operate at 96 khz or higher. I really like it and begun having confidence in me. And yeah you are a great producer. For depth you will want to choose 16 bit. I think it's an option in the fruity wrapper settings.
It's quite normal to cut out frequencies below 40Hz. I think it makes your soundcard process the sounds instead of your cpu, wich what I've understood asio4all does. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. We are also assuming you have ensured that you have no clipping on the final output. But when I change it up to 48000 it sounds perfect.
And yes, you can go really low on the Buffer Length I have it at 11ms , and you can watch youtube videos, play games or whatever at the same time as you play or mix a track in your studio! I think quite a lot of synths are capable of producing sounds for practically any genre. The common thing to do of course is to check format settings and such, but I find personally a good idea is to use a limiter on your master track, and on your kick and bass tracks. Also what is the best way to find a sweet spot. I dont have a problem creating projects in 48000, im just wondering why everything suddenly sounds bad in 44100 and good in 48000. So, there was a problem. Many plugins that are capable produce audibly superior results when operating at a higher sample rate. I hope to hear from you soon! Its advanced ideas assist both beginners and professional to compose, arrange, record, edit and mix music.
I tend to send my tracks off to be mastered, but I do want to learn myself. I had been reading and watching various tutorials online but non of them helped as much as this did. On top of this, the parametric eq in the picture is cutting valuable frequencies even above the stated 40hz and is even slightly affecting up to 130hz, which is nonsense. Maybe route all the drum tracks to one track and add compression there. And a little help sir.
When I export my track, one of the synths Harmless, with the master pitch maxed out gets weirdly distorted and I was wondering if anyone was able to identify the cause. By using a higher sample rate many of these artifacts will occur well above the range of hearing due to the added headroom, at which point they can essentially be cut off at the knees and won't be folded back down into the audible range. In some cases, there might be a tail of reverb or delay still playing after the actual song has ended. We thought of studying how to make our own electronic music and record our songs using computer. There is no big difference between 44.
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. The reason we sample so high is to minimize aliasing but also to improve transients and oddly, mostly noticably bass. Check the pic below click to see it bigger : What settings do I recommend to use with Fruity Multiband Compressor? However, there is still a good reason to work at a higher resolution. We recommended that you use at least 64-point Sinc on your final render, or better still, the maximum Sinc value that you are prepared to wait to finish rendering. You should always work at the highest sample rate that is possible for your system. As I'm thinking of it, does anyone know why iTunes sounds crazy? Upping the rate to 48 khz will not add any audible information to the song, and thus should not make any audible difference.
And of course, the more plugins you use in any given track the more reason you have to be working at 96 khz, as you'll have more and more artifacts to deal with, which add up, audibly. What bit-rate should I use? When you listen to professional productions you will often notice that the drums have feeling and a groove to them. Check out some of these guys: Ok. The problem you described is a time stretching issue, and shouldn't have anything to do with the sample rate. Reason being is that nearly any plugin process will create artifacts, whether it be in the form of aliasing or distortion or what have you. It is the greatest tool all over the internet. However, for whatever reason you will probably get requests for a specific type of file from certain people.
It is ideal for exporting 'working drafts' of your audio files. I have saved my own template with all the usual stuff I would use and all ran into the mixer the way I normally would set it up. You'll have to change the sample rate - then open a new project if you want it to work correctly. Thanks for all the good replies btw! And to answere your question, Creative asio is a driver that follows when you buy a creative soundcard, I dont know if it follows with all the models, but I'm using Creative X-Fi F4tality. I'm pretty much new to music production, and have been out of the loop for several months now without learning anything in the meantime, so really I don't know what I'm doing wrong or how to fix it.