Hands-On Mixing in FL Studio
Want HANDS-ON MIXING in FL Studio?
This course teaches you about global links for a phenomenal hands-on workflow!
The course focuses on FabFilter plugins, but applies to any plugin brought into FL Studio, including stock plugins.
Sample Lessons are BLUE!
This course will teach you how to get hands-on mixing in FL Studio with your MIDI Keyboard, WITHOUT needing motorized faders!
Note, the course focuses on FabFilter Plugins for a great hands-on workflow, but you are also shown how to get up and running with hands-on mixing in regards to FL Studio Stock Plugins (or other third-party plugins of your choice).
What is Covered?
You will learn how your MIDI Keyboard operates to understand “banks”.. which means you have many more knobs and sliders on your MIDI Keyboard than shown! (For example, even though my MIDI Keyboard has 8 Knobs, and 9 Sliders, I actually have 32 Knobs and 36 Sliders over 4 different banks!):
You will then learn how to properly back-up FL Studio in regards to Global Links which will allow you to be as aggressive as you want, and know you can simply go back to the way things were, in case you mess anything up, and it gets out of hand!
We then cover the fundamental FabFilter plugins like Pro-C 2, Pro-Q 3, Pro-L 2, and Pro-MB.
You are shown in-depth how to set up these plugins with your MIDI Keyboard for hands-in mixing, and discover how to set up Mapping Formulas in creative ways to cater to your own mixing style.
As a bonus, I share my motorized fader “Mackie Control Universal” unit.. showing how “cool it looks”, but in reality, when it comes to FL Studio 20, using a MIDI Keyboard is the easiest way and most affordable way to get “hands-on” and map plugin parameters to its knobs and sliders.
I used the M-Audio Oxygen Pro MIDI Keyboard in this course, which I have been having a REALLY good experience with (see review):
Ready to Get Hands-On in FL Studio?
By enrolling into this course, you will be taught how to get hands-on mixing in FL Studio while using FabFilter plugins (but the concepts will relate to any plugin you use.. but I cannot promise you’ll get the same FabFilter experience.