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FL Studio 20 Video Tutorial

FL Studio 20 Video Tutorial

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Learning how to record and produce professional sounding tracks in FL Studio has never been easier thanks to the FL Studio 20 Video Tutorial.'s David Wills spends over 2 hours walking you through every feature of FL Studio's workflow from setting up your software to work with your audio interface and MIDI controllers to creating radio-ready mixes and everything in between. DAWs 101 is a module in the training that uses easy to understand animations to teach you how a DAW works and how to use subgroups, EQ, Compression, Effects, Automation...everything you'll need to know so you can produce incredibly professional sounding tracks in FL Studio.

If you have been getting frustrated trying to learn FL Studio from just using the massive online manual, then sit down, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and look over the shoulder of a professional audio engineer with 30 years in the business putting FL Studio through its paces.


  • What's Included
  • Reviews

Pattern Based DAW
Overview of FL Studio
Detached Panels
Overview of Panes
Channel Rack
Recording in Step Sequencer
Help System/Hint Panel

DAWs 101
What is a DAW?
What do DAWs do?
Types of Tracks
MIDI Tracks
Audio Tracks
Types of Editing
Effects Routing
Mixing Down

Setting Up Audio Interface
Buffer Length (Latency)
Setting up a MIDI Controller
Testing with a MIDI Device
Browse Panel
Browsing Examples

Using Project Templates
Understanding Patterns
Understanding the Channel Rack
Recording Drums in Step Sequencer
Using the Graph Editor
Setting the Length of the Step Sequencer
Swing Setting
Recording a Bass Part
Recording in the Piano Roll
Editing in the Piano Roll
Painting in Notes
Stamping in Chords
Quick Legato
Advanced Editing Tricks
Strumming Notes
Riff Machine
Programming Drums with FPC
Using FPC Patterns
Adding a Bass Part
Selecting Parts
"Ghost" Channels
Adding a Realtime Synth Part
Grid Snapping
Muting/Soloing Parts in Channel Rack
Splitting Parts in Patterns
Placing Patterns in Arrangements
Recording Vocals in Arrangements
Vocal Comping
Vocal Editing
Recording Review

Editing Drums in Piano Editor
Transposing Notes
Adjusting Velocities
Editing Patterns
Cloning Patterns
Cloning Arrangements
Using Markers
Tempo Changes
Audio Editing
Audio Editing in Edison

Mixer Overview
Mixer Views
Assigning Channels to Inserts
What can you do with the Mixer?
Resetting Mixer Inserts
Controlling Multiple Inserts
Resetting Mixer Parameters
Using Effect Plugins
Grouping Inserts
Organizing the Mixer
Sharing Effects across Inserts
Docking Mixer Inserts
Mixer "Housekeeping"
Reverse Engineering a Demo Mix
Understanding Automation
Creating Automation Clips
Mixer Presets
Dropping in Mastering Effects
Mixing down your Song


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Well done

You know I've been a fan of yours since I first found you online and you got me through my start up with the Tascam 24. Lately I've been working with STUDIO ONE and up until now I would have rated it #1 for beginners but there always seems to be no real SUPPORT that a beginner can relate to. Why can't or don't you advocate the use of solving problems using some sort of TEAM VIEWER. All of your tutorials are excellent at least the ones I have viewed.I am saying this because I am the beginner of beginners just trying to enhance my music vision at the ripe old age of 74. Keep up the good work!! FL STUDIO I would still give it a 9 of 10

Mr. Tee
Great Video Tutorial

I bought the course a few months ago and completed it recently. The video format with different sections indicated is very helpful in targeting exactly what you wish to review. It makes it easy to practice the techniques along with the explanation. Be sure to pause and look at how David has his demonstrations setup for a particular example. (Does your tempo match his, have you selected the same notes and setting as shown in the video? Have you selected the same presets etc?) When you do this you understand what creates the sound or effect. It helps you retain what you’ve learned.

I learned a lot from David. The course won’t make you an “instant” expert but It will enable you to get a great start in producing your music!

Long time user, still learning

FL Studio has always been my 'go to' DAW.
I've used it to mix and edit, from hardware recordings, for years, but never got round to recording with it.
(I love a real box with tactile sliders and knobs)
I'm half an hour into David's course and have already learned and retained a bunch of stuff.
On line videos are all very well, but this is a compact and easy to navigate system.
Each section has a list of headers with a matching jump to point on the video playback.
If I need to refer to a particular point, I just click there and watch David take me through it.
I have a number of his courses, but this one will probably be the one I keep coming back to for all those tasty nuggets.
Great purchase. Thanks David.

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