A series of tutorials on making music
Taking a vocal track, slicing it up, and rearranging the words differently, can be fun, and sometimes useful.
Analysis of the structure of a music track created to the uplifting trance style, how it starts, builds, reaches climax, and ends.
FL Studio windows can be easily spread out to multiple monitors.
An explanation of how to apply effects to instruments in FL Studio. Applies to FL Studio 9, 10, 11.
FL Studio makes it very simple to create drum patterns or beats. Here are the step by step instructions.
Briefly on what an audio channel is.
You can connect up to 16 controllers to FL Studio at the same time, if your computer can handle it. Applies to FL Studio 10, 11.
Explanation on how to select a sound card driver to use with FL Studio, and adjust other audio settings.
A soundcard is what plays sounds on your computer. A soundcard driver is software that connects your soundcard to your operating system.
The features of FL Studio and what you might find it useful for.
Wave Candy is an effects plugin that can be applied to channels in Mixer Window.
You could transpose the entire song up or down on the fly in FL Studio pretty easily. Here's how.
Sidechaining refers to a pumping effect with a lead instrument, base, or wind sound, that is so common in modern EDM. And here's how to do it in FL Studio.
Step-by-step instructions on how to record audio in FL Studio without using plugins.
Step-by-step instruction on how to record instruments in FL Studio using the Edison plugin.
Here's some advice I got on the workflow of creating music for a song, which I thought you might find useful.
This article will explain how to load third-party VST plugins into FL Studio.
Instructions on how to connect keyboards, MIDI controllers, DJ boards, and other external instruments to FL Studio 11.
Introductory info on how to use FL studio, its layout, and where to get started.
Convolver is a reverb plugin in FL Studio. So it allows for some advanced reverb effects.