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Creating Groups Inside FL Studio

Getting Organized in FL Studio,

Like getting organized in FL Studio? This one is for you!

However, there are times in life where over-organization can prevent an awesome workflow. I think creating these groups in FL Studio is one of those times.

Personally, I like to have all my sounds accessible at ALL TIMES. When you start to create these groups, your sounds start going into those folders, but no longer under that Unsorted category. This now makes you have to click on the group, and choose what group you want. Whereas if you have just color code them, this does the job just as well, plus, keeps all your sounds in one big list, allowing you to reach your sounds quickly.

But.. I Like to Get Real Organized !

Well, for those of you who like to get really organized, here’s some ideas how you can categorize your sounds into these groups:

  • Drums
  • Claps/Snares
  • Percussion Loops
  • Hat Loop
  • Vocals
  • What ever you want lol

I more made this video just to show you that “groups” are available for use within FL Studio.  I personally don’t use them, as I like all my audio clips in that one section!

Bonus to FL Studio Groups,

A bonus to using the groups is that you don’t have to scroll through as many sounds while your on that group.  If you’re working on a big track, you can easily end up with about 50-60 tracks! So therefore, you don’t have to scroll as much.

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