In this FL Studio tutorial I will create a very easy uplifter with a snare drum and and 3xOsc. The pitch and the volume is used for rising with automation clips. I also show how to route channels to another one in the mixer of FL Studio 11.
Here are the tracks used for the uplifter:
The piano roll for the snare is very simple. It starts with 4 beats, then 8 beats, 16 and finally 32 beats to create an uprising beat.
and here is the pianoroll for the 3x Osc, again not very complicated:
I linked the 3xOsc and the Snare to channel 2 and 3 in the mixer. You can do this by selecting the channels in the step-sequencer and pressing CTRK+L liked explaing in this tutorial about the Parametric EQ 2 .
Our goal is to let the pitch of the 3x Osc rise steadily. To achieve this we will create an automation clip for the pitch-knob of the 3x Osc:
The last thing we need is to increase the volumne also, but for both channels. We could create two separate automation clips for the volumne of channel 2 and channel 3. Another possibility is to route the channels to another one. So disconnect both channels from the Master-channel:
and route it the a new channel we call Volumne:
Do this with selected channel 3x Osc and after that with Snare-channel selected.
Now we can create just one automation clip for rising the volumne on the Volumne-channel cause both channels are affected now through our routing:
Define the curve for both automation clips we created like this:
and after the last beat add an effect sound, I used the sample from Packs->SFX->SFX Deep.
In this video you can see how I did all this stuff in detail.
I also attached the FLP-Projectfile here for download.by