Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Connecting and recording a MIDI keyboard, part of Up and Running with FL Studio.
In the previous movie, we saw how to use the piano roll window to draw and edit MIDI notes,…but that's probably not the best way to create apart from scratch, especially if you want…to record anything but the most basic melodies.…It's much easier to play an actual keyboard.…Now, if you don't have a MIDI keyboard, I previously mentioned that you can use your computer keyboard to play notes too.…So with the 3xOsc selected, I can tap most of the letter keys and some of the special…characters on my keyboard to play that instrument.…(audio playing)…We can even also select other instruments, such as the Snare, and play that as well with…my computer keyboard. (audio playing)…Now I'm going to clear the notes I drew in the last movie so I can record a fresh part.…
I'm just going to right-click and just drag to touch all those notes, and they're gone.…So to record to this pattern using my computer keyboard--and make sure we're in Pattern mode--…then I click the Record button.…I get this message asking me what I want to record today and in this case, since I'm recording…
- Creating a new FL Studio project
- Using the Piano roll
- Creating a beat
- Recording and editing a MIDI track
- Combining patterns
- Editing audio clips
- Routing and recording with the Mixer
- Inserting plugins
- Adding compression, EQ, and delay
Skill Level Beginner
Foundations of Audio: EQ and Filterswith Brian Lee White2h 29m Appropriate for all
1. Understanding the Interface
2. The Step Sequencer
3. Using the Playlist
4. Using the Mixer
5. Common and Useful Effects and Plugins
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