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One of the most popular music production programs in all of the land-Fruity Loops,now known as FL Studio has given birth to the third iteration of its Mobile app and if you're an avid user of version 2-it's NOTHING like you remember.
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Rejoice FL Studio users! You’re one of the chosen few who actually have a full blown mobile version of your DAW to lay down a groove while on the go. It’s practically an entirely new program from the desktop version with it’s own learning curve, so today I’m going to help you incorporate FL Studio Mobile into your work flow.
The song timeline view is pretty straightforward, but it has some powerful capabilities tucked away that aren’t too obvious to a beginning DAW user. There are two sets of track types: MIDI for the Synth and Drum Tracks , and Audio for the Wave and Vocal Tracks.Then you have the Master Track.
The many users have expressed dissatisfaction with the size of the keys on the touch piano, will he pleased to learn that the keys are resizable:
Just place your thumbs anywhere on the gray bar, preferably on the sides of the the transport (Rec,Rewind, and Play buttons) to expand or contract the width of the keys.
Another not-so-intuitive feature is the pattern view on drum tracks. You’d be surprised at how many people have asked in the YouTube Comments how to edit or change the kits on a drum track.
Just Double Tap on any midi clip on your drum track to see the drum pattern view,or right click and choose the Edit button to access the pattern view of your drums.
All of these features along with more advanced ones like Automation and Aux Sends which distributes FX to multiple tracks- are more digestible when demonstrated, like in the video below:
Aspiring beat makers,producers,and artists looking for a formidable tool for laying down musical ideas on the go need look no further than Image-Line’s 3rd version of FL Studio Mobile. Countless musical heavyweights swear by the desktop version of the app, and you can transfer projects to FL Studio Mobile’s Desktop Version to finalize and master you songs.By the looks of the video below,seasoned best makers might not even have to do that.
Aspiring beat makers,producers,and artists looking for a formidable tool for laying down musical ideas on the go need look no further than Image-Line’s 3rd version of FL Studio Mobile. Countless musical heavyweights swear by the desktop version of the app, and you can transfer projects to FL Studio Mobile’s Desktop Version to finalize and master you songs. Check the video below to hear what FL Studio Mobile is capable of.