I have absolutely no idea how to get that sort of sound with Sytrus.
I wish you luck though!
alright xD thanks.
What are the true limitations to the trial version of FL Studio?
Also: Where's the sequencer and all that good stuff? I only messed around with it for a couple minutes and didn't really look up any videos for it...
The main limitations I've seen out of the few hours I've spent messing around with it, is that you can save, but you need the full version to open up the file again. And there will be random sudden cuts in the volume. Just some small pesky things really.
The sequencer is what pops up right away, with all the instrument names and dark rectangles that follow. The playlist where you can set down your patterns you can open by clicking the button at the top, just right of the middle. Right under the "file / edit / channels" option bar is another bar that will say what buttons are. Other then that, if you go to "view->plugin picker" it'll give you a list of all the plugins, like synths and EQ's and gates, etc. The mixer you can open right by the "playlist" button. that's where you can add in other effects. Hope this helped
I'm gonna say you should check out the videos. They tend to explain things better than any of us could.
Not sure what I would search up though. If I search up "dj alex s wub style tutorial" it doesn't exactly come up with anything that's relevant to what I want. If I search up "ni massive lfo wave forms" or "ni massive wave forms", it still doesn't pop up with what I want. Even after spending some time looking around at some massive tutorials that didn't really relate, I still couldn't manage to find one where the person showed all the wave forms that the LFO or even envelope had. I only every saw the main 4 (sine, saw, square, triangle). So if could find a video for me so that I don't have to spend hours trying to find one, that'd be awesome.
Music is fun, entertaining, and art all in one.
All the main software I use: FL Studio 10 NI Massive MiniMoog Sytrus Audacity