FL Studio 20 - How to Produce Electronic Music in FL Studio
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- How to use FL Studio and maximise your workflows
- How to create professional sounding tracks
- How to produce electronic music
- How to use the Playlist, Channel Rack, Browser and Mixer
- The Essentials of Musical Theory
- Compression, Equalisation, Reverb and Delay
- Have a basic understanding of some musical terms
- Own a copy of FL Studio 20
- Windows/Mac Computer
In this course - which has been specially revamped for 2020 and designed for the latest version of FL Studio 20 - we will be showing you the very basics of FL Studio, how to use the interface, the windows and what the various plugins and effects do.
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This course has been specially for those who have never used FL Studio before, or who have downloaded it and installed it only to open the program and become totally confused by what they see. When they look on YouTube, they get confused by the myriad of tutorials available and have no idea where to begin.
That's where this course comes in.
Everything is covered, from how to use the interface, to how to install and manage third party plugins. If you buy this course, you will learn eaxctly how to use the software to produce electronic music. We show you the exact techniques and workflows that we have been using to maximise what you can do with this DAW (Digital Audio Workstation).
We also go over music production techniques, and explain about processes such as compression, equalisation, applying reverb and delay and flanging. We explain the meaning of terms such as 'tempo' and 'BPM'.
Even if you hav used the program before, there will be new tips and tricks that you will pick up.
FInally, we also explain in depth the synths that you will want to use in FL Studio, and not just how to use them but what they can be used for, as well as examples too!
With over 6,000 students, and multiple 4 and 5 star reviews, we have been teaching for many years already on Udemy! With ten years of experience, we have been using this software and know it inside-out!
What else is included in this course?
Free sample packs
The best third party plugins you should use
How to install and manage third party plugins
And much more!
If you just watch the videos then this course will take around 2.5 hours to complete, but we recommend setting aside at least six hours to go over the videos and the other documentation that is included as well.
I have also included a full and uncut copy of my eBook as well, called "The Elements of Dance Music", on top of all the content already included with the course!
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- Beginner students who have not used FL studio before
Welcome to this course on FL Studio. Thank you once again for purchasing this course.
Everything you need to know about the program is here, from how to use the interface, to its synthesisers and more. At the end of the course is a secret coupon that you can use on my other course, How to Build a Trance Track from Scratch, so that you can put your skills to the test.
Extra resources are also included in some of the lectures too, such as cheatsheet PDFs and eBooks. Keep an eye out for these!
In this lecture we will look at the interface, the buttons, the basic layout of the program and how to navigate around it.
Here we take a look at the playlist - FL Studio's way of arranging anything going on in your project, such as audio, automation and pattern clips
Let's take a look at the Channel Rack, which is where you can see a list of all of your automation controls, audio and sound generators.
The way that I use FL Studio is how it was traditionally used and designed to work - however there is a way of using it in a similar manner to other DAWs. Find out how here.