Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up input/ouput settings, part of Learning FL Studio.
Although you could certainly create music entirely within FL Studio, at some point or…another, you're most likely going to want to record a real instrument like a guitar…or a vocal or a keyboard.…In order to do so, you'll need to connect your instrument or microphone to your computer…via an audio input device.…These devices usually connect to your PC via a USB connection.…Now, there are tons of different audio input devices out there, and generally, FL Studio…should be able to work with the majority of them.…If you have any doubts about the compatibility of your particular device, try doing a Google…search of FL Studio and the name of the device you want to use.…
Chances are someone else has tried it and they've reported whether or not it works…somewhere on the internet.…So in this movie, I want to take a look at the settings in FL Studio that you'll need…to access and possibly adjust in order to work with your audio input device.…Let's go to Options > Audio Settings.…That opens up the Settings window with Audio selected as the category here on the left.…
- 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
Audio Foundations: EQ and Filterswith Brian Lee White2h 28m 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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