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Guitar pro+Fruity Loops

Discussion in 'Guitars' started by lestat, Apr 28, 2005.

  1. lestat

    lestat Guest

    Hi. I have some drums track written in Guitar pro. I exported file ino a *.mid format. I know I can import it in Fruity Loops. Tell me please how can I swap this midi sound into a Friuty loops drum kit samples.
    Do you know any soft that can swap midi sound into samples?
     
  2. lestat

    lestat Guest

    Hey, c'mon I'm sure someone knows how to get smaples in stead of midi sounds.
     
  3. Hkureshi

    Hkureshi Guest

    Well i would suggest that u would to seperatly track snare the kick and toms etc etc and export each as a .mid or midi in so that later on u can assign a wave sample to each of them when u have imported them in fruity loops this is the only way i can think of try it out
     
  4. mjatas

    mjatas Guest

    I am not sure if you can do this but try. Try to convert the .mid file into a .wav file then import the .wav file into FL Loops.
     
  5. lestat

    lestat Guest

    Yes I can do this but.....when I do this how can I replace beat (from mid changed to wave) into drum kit samples from FL ?
     
  6. voidar

    voidar Guest

    To turn midi into audio you will need a synth. In your particular example you need a drum synth, or rather sample-player/sampler. I find the Fruity FPC quite ok for multi-sampled drumkits.

    You do not need to separate the different elements in your midi file. You could render each one on its own or use multiple-outputs if available.
     

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