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Sabtu, 28 November 2009

Free Download FLP Project

Untuk Referensi & belajar membuat beat instrumen, berikut beberapa beat dari lagu favoritku yang aku Re-Make kembali menggunakan Fruity Loop Studio 9 XXL, bisa di download langsung :)

Berikut ini beberapa FLP project dan Beat yang sudah di render format MP3

1. Eminem - Mocking Bird (FLP), Eminem (MP3 minus)

2. Soulja Boy - Crank Dat (FLP), Soulja Boy (MP3 minus)

3. Rihanna - Umbrella (FLP), Rihanna (MP3 minus)

Semoga bisa membantu & jangan lupa kasih koment :p . . . hha

Respect . . .


Senin, 23 November 2009

Music Production Center (MPC)

Akai MPCs (originally MIDI Production Center, now Music Production Center) are a popular and well respected series of electronic musical instruments originally designed by Roger Linn and produced by the Japanese company Akai from 1988 onwards. Intended to function as a powerful kind of drum machine, the MPCs drew on design ideas from machines such as the Sequential Circuits Inc. Studio 440 and the Linn's own Linn 9000, combining a powerful MIDI sequencer with the ability to sample one's own sounds. Later models feature increasingly powerful sampling, storage, interfacing and sound manipulation facilities, which broaden the use of instrument beyond just drum and rhythm tracks.

The original MPC60 was designed by Roger Linn, who was hired as a design consultant by Akai. He developed the functional design, including the panel layout and software/hardware specifications. He then created the software with a team of engineers. The hardware electronics were designed by English engineer David Cockerell and his team. Cockerell was a founder member of the synthesizer firm EMS (co-creater of their famous VCS3 along with Peter Zinovieff,), and had then worked for effects manufacturers Electro-Harmonix.

Shortly after the MPC60's release, the MPC60-II was designed. Released in 1991, the MPC60-II offered most of the same features as the MPC60, with an added headphone output and a plastic housing replacing the original metal one. In 1994, Akai released the MPC3000, which boasted 16-bit, 44 kHz sampling, 32-voice polyphony, and SCSI data transfer. Akai developed and released the MPC2000 without Linn in 1997. It came with 2 MB of RAM, an optional effects board, and a 100,000 note 64-track sequencer. The MPC2000 was replaced by the MPC2000XL in 2000. The MPC2000XL added an improved 300,000 note sequencer, a 64-track mixer and time-stretch and resample features. Four limited edition models of the MPC2000XL were released.

In 2002 Akai unveiled the MPC4000, the most powerful MPC at the time. The MPC4000 featured 8 assignable outputs, a hard drive and CD-ROM drive. The MPC4000's memory could be expanded to up to 512 MB of RAM, the largest amount on an MPC to date. Only two years after the release of the MPC4000, Akai released the MPC1000, which was the smallest in the MPC product line at the time of its release. It was also the first MPC to utilize CompactFlash memory.. Both the MPC2500 and the MPC500 were added to the Akai MPC series in 2006. The MPC2500 is a mid-range MPC with 8 assignable outputs and CompactFlash storage. Designed for portability, the MPC500 features 1 MIDI In/Out and CompactFlash storage, and can be powered by 6 AA batteries.


About 2PAC . . .

Tupac Amaru Shakur (June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996), known by his stage names 2Pac (or simply Pac) and Makaveli, was an American rapper. He has sold 75 million albums to date and is one of the best-selling music artists in the world. In addition to his status as a top-selling recording artist, Shakur was a promising actor and a social activist. Most of Shakur's songs are about growing up amid violence and hardship in ghettos, racism, problems in society and conflicts with other rappers. Shakur's work is known for advocating egalitarianism. Shakur was initially a roadie and backup dancer for the alternative hip hop group Digital Underground.

Shakur became the target of lawsuits and experienced other legal problems. He was later shot five times and robbed in the lobby of a recording studio in New York City. Following the event, Shakur grew suspicious that other figures in the rap industry had prior knowledge of the incident and did not warn him; the controversy helped spark the East Coast-West Coast hip hop rivalry. Shakur was later convicted of sexual assault and sentenced to one and half to four and a half years in prison. After serving eleven months of his sentence he was released from prison on an appeal financed by Marion "Suge" Knight, the CEO of Death Row Records. In exchange for Suge's assistance, Shakur agreed to release three albums under the Death Row label.

On the night of September 7, 1996, Shakur was shot four times in a drive-by shooting in the Las Vegas metropolitan area in Nevada. He died six days later of respiratory failure and cardiac arrest at the University Medical Center.


What is VST ??

Steinberg's Virtual Studio Technology (VST) is an interface for integrating software audio synthesizer and effect plugins with audio editors and hard-disk recording systems. VST and similar technologies use Digital Signal Processing to simulate traditional recording studio hardware with software. Thousands of plugins exist, both commercial and freeware, and VST is supported by a large number of audio applications. The technology can be licensed from its creator, Steinberg.

VST instruments generate audio. They are generally either virtual synthesizers or samplers. One of the first VST instruments was the Neon VSTi which was included in Steinberg's Cubase. Some, such as Native Instruments' Pro-53, specifically recreate the look and sound of famous synthesizers from years past (in this case, the Prophet-5).

VST effects, such as reverb and phaser effects, process audio input. Other monitoring effects provide visual feedback of the input signal without processing the audio. Most hosts allow multiple effects to be chained.

VST MIDI effects process MIDI messages prior to routing the MIDI data to other VST instruments or hardware devices; for example, to transpose or create arpeggios.

History of SoundCard

Sound cards for computers compatible with the IBM PC were very uncommon until 1988, which left the single internal PC speaker as the only way early PC software could produce sound and music. The speaker hardware was typically limited to square waves, which fit the common nickname of "beeper". The resulting sound was generally described as "beeps and boops".

Several companies, most notably Access Software, developed techniques for digital sound reproduction over the PC speaker; the resulting audio, while baldly functional, suffered from distorted output and low volume, and usually required all other processing to be stopped while sounds were played. Other home computer models of the 1980s included hardware support for digital sound playback, or music synthesis (or both), leaving the IBM PC at a disadvantage to them when it came to multimedia applications such as music composition or gaming.

It is important to note that the initial design and marketing focuses of sound cards for the IBM PC platform were not based on gaming, but rather on specific audio applications such as music composition (AdLib Personal Music System, Creative Music System, IBM Music Feature Card) or on speech synthesis (Digispeech DS201, Covox Speech Thing, Street Electronics Echo). Only until Sierra and other game companies became involved in 1988 was there a switch toward gaming.


Sound Card

Sound cards usually feature a digital-to-analog converter (DAC), which converts recorded or generated digital data into an analog format. The output signal is connected to an amplifier, headphones, or external device using standard interconnects, such as a TRS connector or an RCA connector
If the number and size of connectors is too large for the space on the backplate the connectors will be off-board, typically using a breakout box, or an auxiliary backplate. More advanced cards usually include more than one sound chip to provide for higher data rates and multiple simultaneous functionality, eg between digital sound production and synthesized sounds (usually for real-time generation of music and sound effects using minimal data and CPU time). Digital sound reproduction is usually done with multi-channel DACs, which are capable of multiple digital samples simultaneously at different pitches and volumes, or optionally applying real-time effects like filtering or distortion. Multi-channel digital sound playback can also be used for music synthesis when used with a compliance, and even multiple-channel emulation. This approach has become common as manufacturers seek to simplify the design and the cost of sound cards.
Most sound cards have a line in connector for signal from a cassette tape recorder or similar sound source. The sound card digitizes this signal and stores it (under control of appropriate matching computer software) on the computer's hard disk for storage, editing, or further processing. Another common external connector is the microphone connector, for use by a microphone or other low level input device. Input through a microphone jack can then be used by speech recognition software or for Voice over IP applications.


What is C-DJ

CDJ is a term used to describe a CD player made by Pioneer Electronics, that operates similarly to a vinyl turntable for the purposes of DJing. Originally, the term referred to the CDJ-500 by Pioneer Electronics, but now includes the whole line of Pioneer CD-turntables.

The Pioneer CDJ-400, CDJ-800, CDJ-1000 (including the Mark 2 and Mark 3) have vinyl mode and a virtual platter that allows the operator to manually manipulate music on a CD as if it were on a turntable, while other models (CDJ-100S, CDJ-200) do not feature vinyl and scratching capabilities, and are essentially CD players. While still having the options to manipulate the CD, they do not feature the vinyl modes of the other models.

The CDJ-1000 was the main model to find mass usage in both clubs and amongst domestic users, especially from the second version of the model, the CDJ-1000MK2.
The latest model is the CDJ-400 which incorporates the main new feature of having a USB input and control abilities on the player. However it is not as functional as the CDJ-1000MK3, hence the number 400 being assigned to the machine.

Additionally, Pioneer make mixers such as the DJM series (including the DJM-500, DJM-600, DJM-800, and the DJM-1000) which have an increasing amount of cueing facilities and effects that can be applied to any channel, often in association with the control wire plugged in between mixer and CDJ-type CD player, so that either can be controlled remotely by the other.


What is FL9?

FL Studio is a full-featured, open architecture, music production environment capable of audio recording, composing, sequencing and mixing, for the creation of professional quality music. The FL Studio philosophy is creative freedom

Free your audio - Route any instrument to any mixer track. Each mixer track can receive audio from any number of instruments, any number of other mixer tracks and a soundcard input. Mixer tracks, in turn, can send audio to any number of other mixer tracks and a soundcard output. Create sub-mixes, effects chains or complex mixes. FL studio’s flexible architecture sets audio free.

Free your mind - Choose your preferred workflow, compose using the step-sequencer or piano roll. Create in pattern or track mode, then arrange your ideas in the free ‘palette’ Playlist. The Playlist presents timeline as a virtual ‘canvas’ where each Playlist track can simultaneously hold any number of score, audio and automation events. Now that’s freedom.


Make virtually any sound - FL9 includes over 30 software synthesizers covering acoustic/synthetic bass, electric guitar, multi-sampler tools including piano & strings, general sample playback and beat-slicing (With Rex 1 & 2 support).

Synthesis techniques - span subtractive, modelling, FM, RM, granular and additive. With the addition of FL SynthMaker you can further create & share your own FL instruments, effects & MIDI control dashboards without the need to write basic code.

Open plugin standards - FL Studio supports all PC industry plugin instrument standards including VSTi (1/2), DXi(1/2), Buzz and Rewire. This means you can sequence with your favorite plugins and applications.

Audio Recording & Editing

Multi-channel audio inputs - With the ability to simultaneously capture all the inputs on your audio-interface, FL Studio has the flexibility to record a single vocalist, guitar or a full symphony orchestra.

Arranging audio - Audio can be arranged, with complete freedom in the Playlist. Features include the ability to host an unlimited number of audio recordings, time-stretching, pitch-shifting, beat-slicing, cropping, editing and the re-arranging of audio with only a few mouse clicks.

Edison - FL9’s audio capabilities are further enhanced with Edison, the recording wave editor. Edison is an integrated audio editing and recording tool with spectral analysis, convolution reverb, noise reduction, loop-recording, loop-construction tools and more.

FL Studio supports WAV, MP3, OGG, WavPack, AIFF, and REX audio formats.


Compose and record your musical performances and ideas in the most logical way.

Pattern or track sequencing - You choose, record your musical performances and ideas in the most logical way. FL Studio 9 can simultaneously function as a pattern and track based sequencer. Reuse patterns as Pattern Clips in the Playlist or record song-length sequences, as desired.

Step sequencer or Piano roll - Scoring tools include FL Studio’s legendary Step-sequencer, one of the most advanced Piano roll’s in any software studio, event and multipoint automation envelopes. FL Studio supports MIDI input, standard controller compatibility, and the ability to simultaneously control multiple instrument channels from separate controllers.


FL Studio allows you to do what you want where and when you want.

Determine your own project design - In FL Studio 9, you decide how your project will be laid out. Unlike the competition, FL9's Playlist is a totally flexible and virtually unbounded workspace where Note Pattern, Audio and Automation data can be arranged and edited to suit your creative ideas and preferred workflow.

Mixing & Mastering

FL Studio provides all the tools you need to produce your tracks to high professional standards.

The mixer - FL9 includes a superb 104 track stereo track mixer that is about precision, control and flexibility. The mixer’s tracks each hold up to 8 effects (VST, DX or FL's proprietary format). To create sub-mixes or mixing chains of almost unlimited complexity, each mixer track can be routed to any other mixer track, one of 4 dedicated 'send' channels and or the Master track. Sends provide the ability to sidechain inputs to multi-input effects plugins. Finally, each of the mixer tracks can be routed to any output on your audio interface, now that’s flexibility.

Effects - What about effects? FL Studio includes more than 40 effects spanning maximization, limiting, compression, delay, distortion, equalization (graphic & parametric), filtering, phasing, flanging, chorus, vocoding and reverb. These have you covered for the creative broad-brush effects, through to the minutia of the mastering process.

Open plugin standards ð FL Studio supports all PC industry plugin effect standards including VST (1/2), DX(1/2), Buzz and Rewire. This means you can mix with your favorite plugins and applications.

Lifetime free updates

There may be no such thing as a ‘free lunch’ but there certainly is ‘lifetime free updates’ with Image Line’s update policy.

Never pay for bug-fixes again! - Customers who purchase a download edition of FL Studio through our online shop receive lifetime free downloadable updates. Free updates entitles the customer to all future updates of FL Studio according to level purchased (Express, Fruity, Producer or Signature Bundle). For example, all FL Studio 9 customers will be able to download their version of FL Studio 10, 11 etc, for free.

Boxed Edition - Customers who have the Boxed version don’t miss out and can convert to lifetime free downloadable updates for a small additional fee.

Key new features and changes

Over 370 additions, changes & bugfixes featuring:

FL Studio

Sidechaining - The FL Studio Mixer 'Track Send' now has an additional 'Sidechain' mode to

support multiple-input mixer plugins.

Multi-core CPU (Hyperthreading) - Improved multithreaded generator & added multithreaded

effects processing.

Multiple controllers - Can now control multiple independent instrument channels,

assigned by MIDI number.

New volatile linking feature.

Wrapper - Aligned tick lengths checkbox for greater plugin compatibility.

Revised Playlist

Playlist track naming & icon - Tools for better song organization.

Playlist track mute controls.

Piano roll

Riff machine - Automatic sequence generator tool.

Note Grouping - New feature (works on selecting, moving, resizing,

deletion, muting, shifting using mouse-wheel).


More tracks - Now has 99 Insert tracks (up from 64).

Multi-core CPU support - Added 'multithreaded mixer' tracks processing for

improved multi-core performance

New Plugins

Autogun (free) - Sonic adventure, Based on Ogun.

Sakura (demo)- String physical modelling instrument

Ogun (demo)- Additive metal simulation synthesizer

Gross Beat (demo) - Real-time, audio-stream playback, pitch,

position and volume manipulation effect

Stereo Shaper (free) - Mid / Side stereo processing

Vocodex - The last word in vocoders (free with Producer Edition).

Revised Plugins

SimSynth Live, DrumSynth Live, DX-10, WASP and WASP XT are

now included in FL Studio (Fruity edition upwards).

Fruity Reeverb 2 - Added Mid vs Side input signal processing.

Fruity Wrapper - Now supports multiple inputs/outputs (free).

Wavecandy - Visualization & analysis tools (free).

Fruity Limiter - Compressor section now has sidechaining (free).


Presets - Drop effect presets onto mixer tracks & channels, mixer track presets

onto effect slots and channels, channel & generator presets onto mixer

tracks & effect slots.

Windows file shell menu - Available from Browser (right-click) item menu.

See our ‘History’ page for the full list.

Demo Limitations

All FL Studio demo versions are fully featured, giving you access to features associated with the highest level of the program (Producer Edition). Compose new songs and export them to WAV, MP3 or OGG. The only limitation is that projects saved in demo mode will only open fully once FL Studio and plugins have been registered. This gives you the ability to save recover your original projects post-purchase.

Supported Formats

FL9 will fit easily within your current software supporting VST/VSTi/VST2, DXi, DXi2, MP3, WAV, OGG, MIDI, ASIO, ASIO 2, REWIRE, REX 1 & 2.

Additionally supported through DirectWave Editor: AKAI AKP (S5/6K,Z4,Z8), Battery (version 1), MPC, Reason, Kurzweil, EXS24, Kontakt (version 1 & 2), Recycle, SFZ+ and SoundFont2.


Sabtu, 21 November 2009

Tutorial Autotune

Belakangan ini banyak musisi yang menggunakan efek VST ini yang berfungsi untuk meliukkan nada vokal. Nah di postingan ini aku berikan link tutorial Autotune yang sangat membantu berikut juga dengan tambahan plugin yang digunakan untuk memperindah kualitas nada yang diberi efek autotune.

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Sejarah Graffiti Dan Street Art

Istilah graffiti berasal dari bahasa Latin, yaitu graphium yang artinya menulis. Dari sebuah literatur disebutkan bahwa istilah ini awalnya dipakai para arkeolog untuk mendefinisikan tulisan-tulisan di bangunan kuno bangsa Mesir dan bangunan Romawi kuno.

Pada tahun 1970-an, di Amerika dan Eropa graffiti merambah ke wilayah urban sebagai jati diri gank yang banyak muncul di perkotaan. Akibatnya graffiti menjadi bermuatan provokasi terjadinya perang antar gank atau kelompok. Dengan demikian citra graffiti yang tidak baik itu menjadi momok bagi keamanan kota.

Namun seiring dengan berkembangnya waktu, Graffiti juga sering digunakan untuk menghias kota dan menyampaikan pesan. Namun kesan vandal masih kental dengan "menggambar" secara ilegal baik itu dengan cat, marker, sticker, stencil. Jika kita tengok di sudut kota besar maka sering kita jumpai graffiti baik itu tentang pesan moral ataupun "Neighborhood" suatu gankster.

Cat semprot / aerosol sebagai peralatan utama dari "bomber" untuk berkreasi kini juga banyak yang khusus diciptakan untuk graffiti artis. Seperti halnya Montana spray paint dengan tekanan udara yang lebih rendah dibanding dengan cat semprot lainnya. Bahkan untuk "Caps" atau kepala dari spray can juga beragam. Skinny, Fat, Smooth, Caligraphic dll.

Begitu juga dengan Marker yang digunakan dengan sistem Meltdown "Meleleh" seperti marker Molotow

Sejarah musik hip hop & Rap

Hip Hop adalah sebuah gerakan kebudayaan yang mulai tumbuh sekitar tahun 1970’an yang dikembangkan oleh masyarakat Afro-Amerika dan Latin-Amerika. Hip Hop merupakan perpaduan yang sangat dinamis antara elemen-elemen yang terdiri dari MCing (lebih dikenal rapping), DJing, Breakdance, dan Graffiti. Belakangan ini elemen Hip Hop juga diwarnai oleh beatboxing, fashion, bahasa slang, dan gaya hidup lainnya.

Rap adalah berbicara dengan rima mengikuti ritme atau ketukan beat. Hiphop adalah budaya, jalan hidup(way of life) untuk lingkungan orang-orang yang mengidentifikasi, mencintai, dan menghargai nge-rap, nge-breakdance, nge-Deejay, dan graffiti (Kurtis Blow).

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Mengenal Parametric Equalizer

Equalizer atau EQ :
*EQ adalah 'tone/frekwensi control' karna teman2 bisa mengontrol tone dari suatu instrumen/suara
*Dengan EQ, anda dapat membentuk karakter suara suatu instrumen Atau vocal,
yaitu dengan mengurangi frekwensi yang tidak diinginkan dan menonjolkan frekwensi yang diinginkan

artinya sebelum teman bermain dengan sahabat kita yang namanya EQUALIZER a.k.a EQ
teman2 perlu paham frekwensi suatu instrumen, tapi sekarang ini saya hannya akan membahas EQUALIZER saja

sekarang mari kita kenali dulu wajah sang EQUALIZER DULU...
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