Sometimes, you may want to make What A Difference A Day Makes - Various - Street Beat Vol. 004 (Vinyl) beats sound a bit dirty and not so hi-fi and in this tutorial I will show you two methods how to vinylize your beats — in other words, how to add vinyl recording style crackles, pops and hiss to your audio.
The drum samples are from the default sample library that comes with FL Studio. Now in the Mixer, all the Mixer tracks that are assigned to the drum samples are routed to one Mixer track bus track — note that any Mixer track can act as a bus track in FL Studio. This way, the samples can be effected as a group. First effect What A Difference A Day Makes - Various - Street Beat Vol. 004 (Vinyl) the bus track effect chain is Maximus, What A Difference A Day Makes - Various - Street Beat Vol.
004 (Vinyl). How I modified it? The low end was too heavy so I lowered the Low band pre gain, did the same to High band and boosted the Mid band a little. In the Master band I slightly increased the Attack time to add a little more sharpness to the beat. I also modified the compression knee a bit to make it amplify the lower level input signals. The vinylizing in this first method is all about plugins. Compare the difference what it does to audio. First example is iZotope Vinyl disabled then enabled:.
Second effect in the chain is a plugin called Milli Vinylli you can download it for free here. Johnny VinylFeb 29, Location: Cleveland. What A Difference A Day Makes - Various - Street Beat Vol. 004 (Vinyl) Groove has some nice stuff on their site about colored vinyl and the surface noise of different colors here. They have some really interesting things to read at their site that explain a lot about how records are made.
Location: Philadelphia, PA usa. It seems like I've had tracking issues with color vinyl a little too frequently. I try to avoid colored vinyl when possible. JacksonFeb 29, Location: Europe. I have a couple of the 80s Beatles 45 picture discs, and they sound fine. I took great care of them and housed them in paper sleeves. There is a thread on that issue I What A Difference A Day Makes - Various - Street Beat Vol. 004 (Vinyl). DTKFeb 29, My rule What A Difference A Day Makes - Various - Street Beat Vol.
004 (Vinyl) colored vinyl is that if I can't see through it, I don't buy it. The wonderful-sounding colored vinyl pressings I have are all translucent.
PrestonFeb 29, I have about 1, LPS in my current collection and probably about or so of them are pressed on colored vinyl. I have never noticed a difference between colored vinyl and black vinyl. Your mileage may vary. Brett44Feb 29, Jackson likes this. Location: Leeuwarden, Netherlands. SytzeFeb 29, Location: Australia. Location: San Diego, CA. SethGFeb 29, Preston likes this. Location: Lincoln, United Kingdom. I have found coloured vinylmore often than not, has a background 'hiss'.
I have experienced this over the past 30 years or so on various turntables. I have that new recent releases on coloured vinyl do not appear to suffer as much from this 'hiss'.
Maybe its the 'luck of the draw' with what I have found. GroovySoundzFeb 29, Location: Yorkshire, England. I've noticed that coloured vinyl and picture discs don't seem to attract dust. Whereas black vinyl can get pretty dusty if not looked after I've always found coloured vinyl and picture discs to look pristine.
Egg CrisisFeb 29, Location: New Orleans. CombinationFeb 29, Location: Chicagoland. Then what about picture discs? FunkyNutFeb 29, I find it very difficult to visually grade a lot of colored vinyl - scratches don't show up as well as they do on black vinyl. For that reason I try to avoid it when buying used records. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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