MIDI: Note Mode

A free video tutorial from Martin Svensson
Logic Pro Certified Music Producer, 90 000 + Students
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MIDI: Note Mode

Lecture description

In this FL Studio AKAI Fire Controller Course, I will show you MIDI Data with Music Sampling by Note Mode in FL Studio AKAI Fire Controller.

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OK. So in this video we're going to go through the note Mona on the fire let's press the note button here and now you can see what gets all of these different colors here on the on the car here. And this is now it's basically a midi keyboard. So here's the root notes and then we're having notes. So this is going to be first the first octave then we have the second Octave and this is basically the same thing as this notes we're going up one octave up is basically the same note as this one and then we're having the fourth octave like that. So you have four octaves when you're doing this. Then if you go to the grid here you can now see that you're going octave up and down with these grid buttons here. You can also choose different root notes. So as you can see here this is C one. And if I want to change the root notes I have to go to shift and now grid here. So now you can see different root notes like that. If you go and press select here you can now choose different modes here. So you can create minor chords main major chords and so on and so forth. So this is very cool to use. So let's say that I want some major chords here and I want the major chord to be in the root note of let's say a two or a three like that. So now I can play the different notes and yeah you can. Everything here is going to sound within the scale. So it's going to sound good. You can also switch of course the different layouts. So let's say that I want some minor chords here and I will want to have them in C. Now you can see that the courts are a bit different. You can see there's different colors here as well. So it basically means that you can play the different chords is going to be sounding the best when you play that color only with each other. So yeah. So let's say that I will really want to play the orange notes here they sound great together and all of the different white notes sound great together and also all of the green notes sound great together that is a very nice way to create different chords to create melodies as well so you can just go and create chords with the green notes and then with the white noise you can you can just play different melodies on top of that. So it's very cool to use that for your chord progressions and your melodies as well.