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DanielM  
21 Aug 2011 09:39 | Quote
Joined: 11 Apr 2011
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I'm trying to record a guitar part for a song I've wrote the only problem is when playing a chord on the guitar fruity loops plays it just after I play it.

Now I want to be able to hit record and play without what I'm playing being repeated at me a fraction of a second after I play it.

I've finally got rid of latency issues noise issues it's just yesterday this problem appeared when I reopened fruity loops and has persisted.

I'm setting the fruity loops sound driver to my mixers driver and that driver is now responsible for all the sound which I think may be at the root of the problem however I have to change that driver to get the input from from mixer. >.<

Any help would be appreciated.
Empirism  
21 Aug 2011 12:01 | Quote
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sounds like asio driver problem, do you use it? I dont have much experience of fruity loops, but also possible problem could be record monitoring problem.

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V3N0M3333  
21 Aug 2011 15:33 | Quote
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you have "monitor audio" turned on......even when you use ASIO4ALL you get a latency issue....i fixed mines(at the cost of good quality of course)

you can turn it off, decrease the number of audio buffers, or just plug headphones into whatever output you use
AlexB  
21 Aug 2011 15:51 | Quote
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Well my first recommendation would be,get rid of FL Studio,its a great sequencer,specially for hip hop or electro stuff,but as a multitrack recording daw,it sucks,as always,i recommend cubase,or cakewalk for that.

Other than that,play with your buffer size on your asio driver
V3N0M3333  
21 Aug 2011 22:56 | Quote
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yea cubase is the sh1t
DanielM  
22 Aug 2011 01:02 | Quote
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I ended up using cubase LE to record the guitar to a metronome and then adding it to the track. Not happy with my clean tone so I'm playing with eq etc but it should work fine now.

Anyone have any suggestions for getting a good clean guitar tone for a ballad? (Personally I would like to have a few mics and record my acoustic but that's out of my price range)
Guitarslinger124  
22 Aug 2011 03:33 | Quote
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I prefer ballads with thin rhythm git's and thick juicy bass tones. It's very important to balance your mix with a ballad. Just keep in mind what each instrument brings to the table.
DanielM  
22 Aug 2011 04:12 | Quote
Joined: 11 Apr 2011
United Kingdom
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I am going for a thin guitar (as is often found in pop music) I have my settings around hi:8 mid:4 low:2

I'm thinking of running my guitar through a boss gt10 multi fx and trying out some of the acoustic emulation presets.


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