FL Studio 12 Trap Music Production Course
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FL Studio 12 Trap Music Production Course

Making Trap Music With FL Studio Was Never So Easy!
2.0 (3 ratings)
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32 students enrolled
Created by Rahul Dwivedi
Last updated 7/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Make trap music
  • Increase their production skills
  • Make music without any outside plugin/sample pack
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Requirements
  • Have a copy of FL Studio 12 installed in their computer
  • Basic knowledge of how FL Studio 12 is operated
Description

Wanna Make Trap Music?

Well You're at the right place. In this course you'll learn about the techniques to make trap music and you will take your music production to the next level!

WAIT! WHAT IS TRAP MUSIC?

Well As per Wikipedia, Trap music is a music genre that originated in the early 1990s in the Southern United States. It is typified by its aggressive lyrical content and sound, where the instrumentals are propelled by 808 kick drums or heavy extended sub-bass lines, double-time, triple-time and other faster time division hi-hats, layered synthesizers, and "cinematic" strings.

** HOW THE COURSE IS STRUCTURED **

  • The Basics

In this you'll learn about some very basic techniques used in trap music production.

  • Signature Styles

You'll learn about some basic styles that are used in trap music production.

  • Finishing A Complete Song

You'll end up making a complete trap song that's catchy yet different.

** KEY FEATURE OF THIS COURSE ** 

  • NO ADDITIONAL PLUGINS/SAMPLE PACKS REQUIRED!


Who is the target audience?
  • Producers who want to learn how to make trap beats.
  • Producers who can't afford very expensive plugins/sample packs.
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Curriculum For This Course
12 Lectures
01:20:12
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So You Want To Make Trap Music?
12 Lectures 01:20:12

Namaste! Welcome to this course. Hope you'll have a good one!

Preview 00:51


After we have finished working on drums. Let's now add some piano and a melody.

Preview 03:19

We'll continue by adding some more changes :

1) We'll add some effects to the synth.

2) Add the patterns to the Playlist.

3) Add an automation clip.

Preview 04:31

Advance Automation
08:22

We'll add some vocal effects to make sure our song doesn't become boring.

Adding Vocal Effects
05:14

Adding Some Progressive Effects
06:01

It's important part of trap music.

Adding The Bass
06:17

We'll Make sure our bass is thick.

Tweaking The Bassline
09:48

Finally we will add some progression to support the drop.

Adding Progression
09:22

The moment we were waiting for begins as we start making our patterns into a complete song.

Making The Final Song - Part I
10:56

Everything has an ending, even we aren't immortal.

We will end our journey by exporting our final song.

Making The Final Song - Part II
11:23
About the Instructor
Rahul Dwivedi
1.8 Average rating
16 Reviews
212 Students
5 Courses
Music Producer

Hi! my name is Rahul Dwivedi. I love making music and video games. Most of the time I can be seen working on my computer or DJing at my friends parties. I've been producing since 2013 and I've found FL Studio a great companion. I also use Ableton Live but FL Studio makes me feel like home. Whenever I start my studio session and end up by getting a cool track, I go straight up for a party and I play that song there. I design my own cover art. I mostly experiment so some of my buddies call me inconsistent. However, I do have my signature style which you may find in my songs.