Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating multiple patterns, part of Up and Running with FL Studio.
So far, we've been working with a single one-measure pattern, and it sounds like this.…(audio playing)…So, it's safe to say it's pretty repetitive.…Now, we've seen that you can increase the length of any pattern to add more beats and…introduce changes, but in FL studio, it's useful to separate the sections of your song…into individual patterns when possible.…That makes it easy to then rearrange your song if you decide that you want, say, two verses…in a row before the chorus, or if you want to place a bridge in the middle of the song.…To create a new pattern, just click the Plus button at the top of the Step Sequencer, give…the pattern a name--I'll call this one Intro Drums--and now I'm looking at a new empty pattern.…
Now, I can easily get back to the other patterns in this project by clicking the name of the…current pattern and selecting the one I want.…Also, notice that it keeps all the same instruments that I had in the first pattern, so you'll…continue seeing the same channels regardless of which pattern you're working in.…
- 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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