Hot FL Studio How-Tos

How To: Change pitch in FL Studio

This simple audio production tutorial shows you the two ways to change pitch in FL Studio. If you are a beginner audio producer or new to Fl Studio, also known as Fruity Loops, this tutorial will show you how easy it is to change pitch on a whole song, or one instrument.

How To: Cheat to produce realistic music in FL Studio

Learn how to cheat like hell to produce realistic sounding piano flourishes, amazing rolls, and perfectly harmonious music in FL Studio. This tutorial uses examples from other FL tutorials on this site so you may have to watch more than just one. Check out this advanced music theory tutorial and get some great cheating tricks to help your music production in FL Studo.

How To: Tune a kick drum in FL Studio 9

In this clip, learn how to tune your kick drum using FL Studio 9 on your computer. You will learn how to tune your kicks and make them sound better when played melodically. So, check out this tutorial and try it out on your own version of Studio to start making beautiful music. Rock on!

How To: Create a melody around a vocal in FL Studio

In this video, we learn how to create a melody around a vocal in FL Studio. Start to play around with the melody to the song and change the tempo to how fast you want it. Then, move around different sections to create the exact sound that you want. Finish editing all of the bars on the song until you have it to a sound that you like. Use the keys on the left hand side of the screen to help show you where you are editing the keys at. Then, use the different filters to make the song sound how y...

How To: Split tracks in FL Studio

NFX shows how to split tracks into WAV files using FL Studio. You would do this to send your song to a professional mixing engineer or maybe to collaborate with a non-FL user. Split tracks can be used in Protools, Audition, etc., but are demonstrated here in Fruity Loops.

How To: Sample and slice in FL Studio

This FL Studio tutorial video shows how to use the sampler to sample sounds or parts of songs and how to use the slicer to slice songs, loops, or patterns up to use in sampling. Learn how to sample and slice in FL Studio with the help of this tutorial. Great for hip hop or songs where you want to add instrument tracks.

How To: Import a folder of files into FL Studio

Importing entire folders of music files into FL Studio is a much more convenient way of importing files than one by one. This method imports an entire folder of samples or sounds for instant and easy access opposed to one sample at a time (wav, mp3, or whatever you may use). Watch and see how to import folders of music files easily in Fruity Loops (FL Studio).

How To: Simulate a live crowd in FL Studio (fruity loops)

This audio production tutorial shows you how to simulate a live crown in FL Studio. Use a microphone or your audio output to trigger cheering or laughter in real-time with 5 easy steps in FL Studio. There's a little formula usage involved, but it's easy. See how to use fruity formula controllers for crowd simulation and reactions.

How To: Loop instrument samples in FL Studio

With so many samples floating around the internet its a shame more people don't know how to loop an instrument sample so that it can play a note as long as you want it to play. Well, look know further than this tutorial to learn how to loop instrument samples in FL Studio (Fruity Loops) and expand your mixing knowledge. This works in FL7 and FL8.

How To: Install VST plugins in FL Studio

This tutorial will guide you step by step and help you get access to an almost limitless number of instruments and effects. There are so many freeware synths and effects that this tutorial can help you use. Check it out and learn how to install VST plugins in Fruity Loops (FL Studio).

How To: Use the pitch bend wheel in Fruity Loops Studio

When creating loops, or even playing the keyboard, you're going to end up using your pitch bend wheel on your midi controller. And don't diss the pitch bender, Stevie Wonder used it, and that guy is richer than you! If you're using Fruity Loops Studio and are wondering how to use the pitch bend plug in, this video is where to look. You will get a full walkthrough of using the pitch bend features in FL Studio.

How To: Get the T-Pain effect in FL Studio 8

In this how-to video, you will learn how to get the T-Pain effect with Fruity Loops Studio 8. First, open the program. Insert the sound by clicking on the sampler and opening a recording. Next, click the arrow and select assign a mixer track. Select GSnap for the T-Pain effect. Change the settings, which will allow you to get this particular effect. You can also choose the Autotune effect to get this sound as well. Select this effect and set the effect up. You can save the settings with a pre...

How To: Use equalizers in FL Studio (Fruity Loops)

This music production software tutorial gives an in-depth demonstration and concept of using an equalizer in FL Studio. See how to use the EQUO and Fruity parametric EQ2 equalizers both as a sound-shaper and as an informative feedback device within FL Studio and in general music production.

How To: Make a hip-hop beat in Fruity Loops

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a hip-hop beat in Fruity Loops. When you first open this up, you should download a hip-hop beat package from Lil' John that has 170 different types of beats in it. From here, open these up and start to load them onto the screen. You won't have to add in any effects because the sounds in the program are already mastered. There are a lot of different types of beats you have to choose from. Simply put these together in a way that you like, then you're finis...

How To: Make an emotional anime beat in Fruity Loops

In this tutorial, we learn how to make an emotional anime beat in Fruity Loops. Start out by playing the different keys on the side of the screen where the keyboard is. After you have found a combination of keys that you like, start to add in different effects to this. You can also use a template that has an emotional beat already created on it. Use piano, drum, tempo, and anything else to change the sound of the beat as you would like it. Edit small parts of the beat as you continue through ...

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