Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing audio clips, part of Up and Running with FL Studio.
Once you've added patterns and audio clips to your project, you're free to manipulate…and edit them as needed.…Let's take a look at some of the tools you might need to use.…Now, we already know that with the Draw and Paint tool selected, you can hover over a…clip and move it both horizontally on its current track or move it to another track.…If you place your cursor over the left or right end of a clip, you can drag to shorten the clip.…And right now my moves are snapping to the beat--…you can see this is jumping to each beat marker-- because I have beats selected here in the Snap to grid menu.…
And by the way, you can snap to divisions other than the divisions selected here in the toolbar.…You can see it's currently set to None.…But this is the main Snap menu that governs the entire project.…If I want the Playlist window to match this, I could select Main from here, or you can…choose a separate snap division.…I'll leave it set to Beat.…Now another way to shorten a clip is to slice it.…The Slice tool is right here, and it looks like a little utility knife.…
- 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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