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Buckwild Warns Against Ghost Producing

May 5, 2008

D.I.T.C. cohort Buckwild talks about the importance of having a good ear for music, remaining consistent, and the role sampling plays in his productions.  Most importantly, he addresses the idea of ghost producing and the value of getting the actual credit for your work.

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brian September 20, 2009 at 10:05 am

Say you seem very into this scene.So I was wondering if you could why, and what to do about this problem. I had created in fl 7 and got ahold of fl 9.Now it seems that certain sounds did not transfer in the upgrade.WHY?Like wavestation,it shows up in my sequencer and lights up as a pattern,but it only shows an empty fruity wrapper when i click on the instrument to show and no sound.WHAT must I do here?HELP!


ray-ray September 26, 2010 at 1:37 pm

you must download wavestation and other plugins that you are missing back into fl studio just look for vst or dxi plugins on google download and place the files in yor fl studio plugin folder.


wickstarr February 21, 2010 at 4:25 am

buckwild is dope


Watkinz Da General March 8, 2010 at 12:04 am



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