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How to Backup Multiple Slicex Loops in FL Studio

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    This morning I woke up to a tweet from a customer who recently purchased one of my courses that teaches you all about my own music folder, how I set it up, organize it, back it up, and where to put all your sounds and files for a super good workflow in FL Studio.

    I tried to think how I could explain this in written text.. but decided this question needed a video to answer it.. and here it is!:

    Here’s also a little explanation on how to back up loops from Slicex… You can also use this same method if using Edison, as their menu bars are very similar.

    Step 1 – Use this to save your file to a location on your computer.

    Step 2 – Use this to DRAG the audio out of Slicex. You can drag the audio back into FL Studio.. such as the Playlist, or Channel Rack, or you can drag this onto your Desktop (or wherever you’d like to save it.. while holding down the drag, you can use ALT + TAB to navigate to the window you’d like to pop-up!)

    A bonus tip I threw at you guys was to disable the “Auto-Dump” feature near the top of Slicex.. this will significantly improve your workflow while moving slices during your fine-tuning stage!

    If you’d like more information on the course, you can learn more here:

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