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Remixing sounds?

Postby metal_panda » 09 Jul 2013 04:32

I'm not sure what to call this, but can anyone help me make something like this. its for a bigger project. also what are they called?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG8V_rs6e7E
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn0Q2XlXRs0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0efX3B51dU

how to get the sounds and change the pitch and basicly make what you see in thoes videos, and maby point me in the right direction on how to sync up the video to the song.

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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby metal_panda » 09 Jul 2013 06:25

Could you help? i am using the demo of FL studio, how would a make a small recorded sound into a song? how would i change the pitch and if possible, how would i sync up the video?
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby itroitnyah » 09 Jul 2013 06:39

Just take a sample of a pony saying a vowel, whether it's the middle of a word or so. But make sure the vowel is pronounced clearly. It should sound like they're saying the letter "a", e, i, o, u and sometimes y. Then, take the sample, which should be just the vowel itself, and use some program like Newtone or something to attach the sample to the middle C note. Then export the sample and add it as an instrument, in the sampler, change the volume envelope to the fastest attack, no hold, decay just below 50%, no sustain and release at just about 50% or so. Then you'll be able to control the sample much like a regular instrument, with the only exception being that if you want to hold out notes for longer than the sample, you can't, and you'll need to find a longer sample.

P.S. you'd sync the video with the song, not the song with the video. Unless the video is already made.
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby metal_panda » 09 Jul 2013 06:51

thanks both of you, this helped :)


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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby metal_panda » 09 Jul 2013 07:09

eery wrote:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/76539998/DAMN%20SON%21%20WHERED%20YOU%20FIND%20THIS.mp3



okay...
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby metal_panda » 09 Jul 2013 07:12

can i make it so it stretches the sound, instead of cutting of early it speeds up or slows down the sound?
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby metal_panda » 09 Jul 2013 07:13

so that i can play more than one note at a time
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby cplbradley » 23 Jul 2013 03:55

These videos are called YTPMV's, or "Youtube Poop Music Videos"
All the sound pitch correction and syncing are done in a video editor, the audio being from a small snippet of video. They manually sync the clips up by hand, and use pitch shifting to tune it to whatever song they are working with.
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby Lhet » 26 Jul 2013 00:16

cplbradley wrote:All the sound pitch correction and syncing are done in a video editor, the audio being from a small snippet of video. They manually sync the clips up by hand, and use pitch shifting to tune it to whatever song they are working with.


Not completely sure about this... When you're trying to edit audio with video attached you're severely crippled by the framerate (23.976 FPS). I'm sure some people have done it completely within a video editor, but it's probably just easier to go in afterwards and align clips by looking at the waveform of the finished audio.
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby cplbradley » 26 Jul 2013 04:35

umm yes they do, and that's not the standard framerate. the framerate is whatever you want it to be. i know a bunch of people who do it and i've done a few myself. they mainly use sony vegas cause it's the easiest one to do it with.
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby cyrricky » 26 Jul 2013 05:50

cplbadley's right in this case. And yeah, Vegas is the easiest to do it with.
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Re: Remixing sounds?

Postby Lhet » 26 Jul 2013 12:12

cplbradley wrote:umm yes they do, and that's not the standard framerate. the framerate is whatever you want it to be. i know a bunch of people who do it and i've done a few myself. they mainly use sony vegas cause it's the easiest one to do it with.


Ah, my only experience is Premiere, but Vegas is supposed to be a lot better with audio so that makes sense. Also, regardless of any standard framerate, FiM is produced at 23.976 FPS, running at anything faster will either change the speed of the clip or cause a slight drop in quality.
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