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Can anyone recommend a library (nothing crazy like the VSL) that has pretty and flamboyant sounds suited for creating game music of all kinds?

Like this one:


Thanks.
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fl studios 9 all the way, very simple to use and watch youtube videos if you want anything advanced, the demo limitaitons are only you can open your saved files after you exit
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What instrument library does it come with?
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Your going to want to get your friends together that all play symphonic instruments
and conduct the musik your self
Or you can use some synths and like BadAssClocker said use YOUTUBE for tutorials on how to create sounds instead of just getting libraries from another sound engineer that wont give you unique touch
Practice with synths
Plus hardware helps if you have an violin n a mic 5hit there ya go start recording some sounds lol ;P

Other than that FL Studio is good simple workstation to create some nice sounds

As for packs and such your looking for there are tons just look
a good starting point is native insturments
and after that your on your own
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Originally Posted by odin2free View Post
Your going to want to get your friends together that all play symphonic instruments
and conduct the musik your self
Or you can use some synths and like BadAssClocker said use YOUTUBE for tutorials on how to create sounds instead of just getting libraries from another sound engineer that wont give you unique touch
Practice with synths
Plus hardware helps if you have an violin n a mic 5hit there ya go start recording some sounds lol ;P

Other than that FL Studio is good simple workstation to create some nice sounds

As for packs and such your looking for there are tons just look
a good starting point is native insturments
and after that your on your own
But people say that synths are only good for techno beats. They are unsuited to simulate orchestral music like that Final Fantasy video.
post #6 of 9
well in fl it comes with real sound packs violin, piano, stings all that goods it literally comes with every instrument you can think of, as well as odin2free i want to point out fl has midi inputs so if your friend has a guitar or piano that has midi out you can plug it in to your computer and fl will recognize and you can record that way as well (although the process of setting up midi is quite a pain)
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My friend uses Yellowtools. It comes with like a dongle or something.
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yellowtools
Just looked at it PERFECT! for what you want to do popple

Synths are used for any range of musik there are so many different software synths and hardware synths to make any kind of musik
take for instance the most well known in this world i guess you could say
Vangelis : Electronic artist makes it sound like he has an orchestra right haha
all electronic

Synths are not jus used for techno, Tech Trance, Trance, Progressive Trance/house Etc.
They are used for Rock, hiphop dubstep christian gospel country jazz everything,
You just have to sit down and litterally make the sounds that you want from scratch and use plug ins that help give a good guideline to making sound

Just look at yellowtools this might be exactly what your looking for
remember though FL is a VERY and i mean a VERY POWERFULL user friendly easy to get started but Very Professional Studio : do not underestimate it
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I just realized that the program must be able to read musicXML, otherwise it can't do precise edits. And FL studio doesn't do that.
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