Posts tagged FL Studio tutorial

FL Tutorial: Setting up a mix with Templates

image01I added a new FL Studio tutorial to the site today, which covers how to use Templates to make your life so much easier. Sure, it’s fun to just start from an empty project and see where you end up, particularly if you’re in an advanced state of refreshment at the time, but you can often create a brilliant sounding mess that has to be organised before you can mix it (the next day, obviously).

Plus, if your style means that you use the same core synths regularly, using templates can save you a ton of time – you open the sequencer and have all your favourite tools pre-loaded. This is particularly useful when you’ve got an idea lurking at the edge of your brain and you need to get it down quick before the mundane task of picking a synth chases the idea back into the depths of your subconsciousness.

Read the tutorial here.

First tutorial

fl-studio-logoYAY! Today I added the first of (hopefully) many tutorials to the site. This one is about my favourite app, FL Studio, and aims to teach a basic understanding of how routing works in the mixer.

I chose this subject because this unstanding is critical to everything else I want to teach, and it is (in my opinion) the single most useful thing you can know about FL Studio.

Read the tutorial here.

Incidentally, I am experimenting with a new anti-spam method on the commenting system. I apologise for the annoyance of having to fill out CAPTCHAs, but it’s the only system I can think of right now.