FL Studio Beginner’s Book: Ultimate Guide to Learn Best Practices, Fast Workflow Techniques, and Keyboard Shortcuts
If you want to learn FL Studio, my beginner’s book will teach you all you need to know to get up and running!
Not only will you learn how to use FL Studio, but you will learn industry secrets of how to become a music producer, and train yourself to make better beats.
Ready to Learn FL Studio with Proven Results?
This book is written by GratuiTous, a long-time user and educator of the FL Studio software by Image-Line. It is for both beginner and advanced producers alike, who want to learn FL Studio 20 with best practices, which has proven results from previous students.
This Beginner’s Book is Step 1 of GratuiTous’ 3-Step Proven Process of Learning FL Studio
Students have told me this book was pivotal in their understanding when getting hands-on with the FL Studio software, as they prepared for what a beginner must know when first starting!
The book is filled with TONS of helpful images guiding you along.
Book Description: FL Studio Beginner’s Book by GratuiTous
When I first started producing music, it was at a time where there were few tutorials to help me jumpstart and accelerate at this craft of music production.
I wrote this book to share my fast workflow, favorite keyboard shortcuts, and how to use FL Studio with best practices.
FL Studio is an amazing DAW, but at times, can be a bit quirky in how certain tasks are approached. But, FL Studio is not to be taken lightly (being used by MANY famous music producers!)
If you’re wanting to learn how to use FL Studio, I teach you how to learn faster, where to look and find the information you need, and how to apply these tricks in a real world practice.
We break down the Channel Rack, Playlist, Piano Roll, and Mixer, while revealing my favorite options to enable which make music production more enjoyable within Image-Line’s software, FL Studio.
More topics covered are how audio signal flow works inside FL Studio’s mixer with series and parallel processing (to get the perfect mix), different ways you can approach making a beat, and how to get the best performance out of the FL Studio software!
Finally, you are shown why creating your own dedicated music production folder is so important if you’re wanting to take this endeavor of music production seriously. Missing files and a poor folder structure pull you away from your creativity and focus of learning this software.
Beginners and advanced producers alike, come learn how GratuiTous uses FL Studio.
He’s worked with a GRAMMY-Nominated recording artist, and has currently manages a dedicated platform for you to learn FL Studio with proven results from previous students.
Filled with in-depth descriptions and images, you can learn FL Studio with my beginner’s book, too!