FL Studio 20 Music Production In FL Studio for Mac PC

Music Production in FL Studio 20 – Make 3 Full Tracks – Manage FL Studio in Just One Day, Music, Mixing & Mastering
FL Studio 20 Music Production In FL Studio for Mac PC
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25.82 GB
Total length :
27h 18m

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Martin Svensson

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Last updated 12/2022

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4.4/5

FL Studio 20 Music Production In FL Studio for Mac PC

What you’ll learn

Learn How To Make Music in FL Studio in Just a Day
Learn How To Manage FL Studio Fast
Learn Working with FL Studio in a Quick and Easy Way
If You Want To Learn The Basics of FL Studio
Create Professional Music Productions
How To Create Mixdowns
How To Create Mastering on a Mixed Project

FL Studio 20 Music Production In FL Studio for Mac PC

Requirements

You Need To Own A Copy of FL Studio Or Willing To Work With The Free Demo Version
You Need To Own A Computer Windows or macOS Installed
You Want To Learn How To Create Music in FL Studio
You Want To Learn How To Work Fast in FL Studio
You Want To Learn How To Manage FL Studio in Just A Day

Description

In This FL Studio – Learn Music Production in FL Studio for Mac & PC, I will show you how to manage FL Studio in just one day. Did you know that FL Studio is now supported by both Windows & Mac?We’re going to cover everything from how you download FL Studio, to choosing the right version for your needs, as well as going in-depth about the software. This course is perfect for beginners!We will end the course with a music production stage where we re-make two songs from well known released songs. We’re also covering the arrangement, mixing stage, and mastering stage as well.This course is created for the absolute beginner as well as advanced users who want to expand their knowledge in music production. We are covering all of the techniques that the biggest music producers are currently using as well as limiting ourselves to create music. Everything that is done in this course is made in the box only – so all you need is a laptop such as MacBook Pro or a desktop computer such as an iMac.This Course Includes All You Need To Create Music Production in FL Studio. Everything that you need to use is included in this course.We also include 10+ Sample Packs that will improve your productions as you can use them for free in your own tracks – all royalty-free.This course is designed for every skill level from Beginners to Advanced. If you never used FL Studio before, that’s totally fine as well. This course includes an introduction section where we will download FL Studio and show you how to manage the most basic functions of FL Studio to get you started.Improve Your Music Production Techniques and Start Making Professional Music With Quality in No Time!Regardless of what your level of experience is or what type of music you are creating, this course will take your knowledge to a whole another level. I will show you step-by-step how to create a full Music Production with FL Studio with Mixdown and Mastering included.Unlike other Music Production courses, this course will cover everything from scratch and improve your overall music production level as well as getting you motivated to finish your music instead of letting your music ideas die within your project file.About the instructor:Martin Svensson started producing music in 2005 and teaching in 2016 and now has over 200,000 happy students on Udemy learning music production and other related topics viewed from a Music Producers’ perspective. Martin has been working with different producers around the world as well as co-created a few very well known tracks with other musicians. Martin is based in Stockholm, Sweden

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 What You Will Learn in This Course

Lecture 2 UPDATE DECEMBER 2022: How To Get The Free Sample Packs

Lecture 3 Improve Your Course Taking Experience

Lecture 4 Q&A Section

Section 2: The First Steps in FL Studio

Lecture 5 How To Try FL Studio For Free

Lecture 6 Which Version Should I Get?

Lecture 7 The First Steps in FL Studio

Lecture 8 Key Commands

Lecture 9 Brief Overview Of The Interface – Part 1

Lecture 10 Brief Overview Of The Interface – Part 2

Lecture 11 Brief Overview Of The Interface – Part 3

Lecture 12 In-Depth Overview Of FL Studio – Part 1

Lecture 13 In-Depth Overview Of FL Studio – Part 2

Lecture 14 In-Depth Overview Of FL Studio – Part 3

Lecture 15 In-Depth Overview Of FL Studio – Part 4

Lecture 16 In-Depth Overview Of FL Studio – Part 5

Lecture 17 In-Depth Overview Of FL Studio – Part 6

Section 3: The Channel Rack, Mixer & The Playlist

Lecture 18 The Channel Rack – Part 1

Lecture 19 The Channel Rack – Part 2

Lecture 20 The Mixer – Part 1

Lecture 21 The Mixer – Part 2

Lecture 22 The Playlist – Part 1

Lecture 23 The Playlist – Part 2

Lecture 24 The Playlist – Part 3

Section 4: How To Start A Project

Lecture 25 Creating a Project Template – Part 1

Lecture 26 Creating a Project Template – Part 2

Lecture 27 Creating a Project Template – Part 3

Lecture 28 Programming Drums – Part 1

Lecture 29 Programming Drums – Part 2

Lecture 30 Grouping Tracks in The Mixer – Part 1

Lecture 31 Grouping Tracks in The Mixer – Part 2

Lecture 32 Create Sidechain in FL Studio

Lecture 33 Setting Up Your MIDI Keyboard

Lecture 34 Automation Clips

Lecture 35 Shortcuts You Need To Know

Lecture 36 All Other Shortcuts You Need To Know

Lecture 37 Plugins & Plugin Manager

Section 5: Creating a Full Track

Lecture 38 Get The Included Presets

Lecture 39 Chord Progression Table

Lecture 40 Creating a Full Track – Part 1

Lecture 41 Creating a Full Track – Part 2

Lecture 42 Creating a Full Track – Part 3

Lecture 43 Creating a Full Track – Part 4

Lecture 44 Creating a Full Track – Part 5

Lecture 45 Creating a Full Track – Part 6

Lecture 46 Creating a Full Track – Part 7

Section 6: Music Production: Deep House Track

Lecture 47 Project File

Lecture 48 Where to Download The Plugins Used

Lecture 49 Introduction to Music Production in FL Studio & Playthrough of the track

Lecture 50 How To Start – The Idea Process

Lecture 51 Creating Sounds – Part 1

Lecture 52 Creating Sounds – Part 2

Lecture 53 Track Markers

Lecture 54 The Arrangement – Part 1

Lecture 55 The Arrangement – Part 2

Lecture 56 The Arrangement – Part 3

Lecture 57 Creating More Sounds & Arranging – Part 1

Lecture 58 Creating More Sounds & Arranging – Part 2

Lecture 59 Creating More Sounds & Arranging – Part 3

Lecture 60 Creating More Sounds & Arranging – Part 4

Lecture 61 The Mixdown Process

Lecture 62 Checking The Mix in The Car

Lecture 63 Mastering Stage – Part 1

Lecture 64 Mastering Stage – Part 2

Lecture 65 Final Track Playthrough

Section 7: Music Production: House Track

Lecture 66 Playthrough

Lecture 67 Project File

Lecture 68 The Idea & Reference Track – Part 1

Lecture 69 The Idea & Reference Track – Part 2

Lecture 70 The Idea & Reference Track – Part 3

Lecture 71 Time Markers

Lecture 72 The Arrangement – Part 1

Lecture 73 The Arrangement – Part 2

Lecture 74 The Arrangement – Part 3

Lecture 75 The Arrangement – Part 4

Lecture 76 The Arrangement – Part 5

Lecture 77 The Arrangement – Part 6

Lecture 78 The Arrangement & Creating New Elements – Part 1

Lecture 79 The Arrangement & Creating New Elements – Part 2

Lecture 80 The Arrangement & Creating New Elements – Part 3

Lecture 81 The Arrangement & Creating New Elements – Part 4

Lecture 82 Finishing The Arrangement

Lecture 83 Effects & Preparing for Mixdown

Lecture 84 Export For Reference Listening

Lecture 85 Checking The Mix in The Car

Lecture 86 The Mixdown Process

Lecture 87 Adding More Sidechain

Lecture 88 Mastering Stage

Lecture 89 Post-Mixdown Check and Fix

Section 8: Workflow Tips

Lecture 90 Sidechain in FL Studio Without Plugins

Lecture 91 Creating & Handling Backups in FL Studio – Part 1

Lecture 92 Creating & Handling Backups in FL Studio – Part 2

Lecture 93 Backing Up Your Sounds, Projects & Your Computer Files

Lecture 94 Autosave in FL Studio – A Lifesaver

Lecture 95 Organising Samples in The Browser

Lecture 96 Creating Presets for Plugins in FL Studio

Lecture 97 Maximum Velocity Through MIDI Keyboards

Lecture 98 Piano Roll Workflow Tips

Lecture 99 Even More Tips – Part 1

Lecture 100 Even More Tips – Part 2

Lecture 101 Even More Tips – Part 3

Lecture 102 Even More Tips – Part 4

Lecture 103 Even More Tips – Part 5

Lecture 104 Even More Tips – Part 6

Lecture 105 Even More Tips – Part 7

Lecture 106 Even More Tips – Part 8

Section 9: FL Studio 20.1 Update

Lecture 107 Introduction to FL Studio 20.1

Lecture 108 Downloading & Authorizing The New Version

Lecture 109 New Ways Of Working In 20.1 Update

Lecture 110 Audio Tracks

Lecture 111 Audio Recording

Lecture 112 Audio Recording With Live Effects

Lecture 113 Channel Rack

Lecture 114 New Workflow Tips

Section 10: FL Studio 20.5 Update

Lecture 115 Introduction to FL Studio 20.5

Lecture 116 FLEX Plugin

Lecture 117 Plugin Performance Monitor

Lecture 118 Default Template

Lecture 119 Minor Improvements in 20.5

Lecture 120 Use FL Studio in Other DAW’s (Such As Logic Pro X)

Section 11: FL Studio 20.6 Update

Lecture 121 Distructor Plugin

Lecture 122 Advanced Fill

Lecture 123 New Export Methods

Lecture 124 Burn To MIDI

Lecture 125 Default Colors

Lecture 126 General Settings

Lecture 127 Smart Disable Per Plugin

Section 12: FL Studio 20.7 Update

Lecture 128 Video Visualizer

Lecture 129 Newtime Plugin

Section 13: AKAI FL Studio Controller

Lecture 130 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 1

Lecture 131 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 2

Lecture 132 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 3

Lecture 133 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 4

Lecture 134 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 5

Lecture 135 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 6

Lecture 136 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 7

Lecture 137 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 8

Lecture 138 AKAI FL Studio Controller – Part 9

Section 14: Studio Sessions

Lecture 139 Studio Session 22/11 2021 – Part 1

Lecture 140 Studio Session 22/11 2021 – Part 2

Lecture 141 Studio Session 24/11 2021 – Part 1

Lecture 142 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 1

Lecture 143 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 2

Lecture 144 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 3

Lecture 145 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 4

Lecture 146 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 5

Lecture 147 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 6

Lecture 148 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 7

Lecture 149 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 8

Lecture 150 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 9

Lecture 151 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 10

Lecture 152 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 11

Lecture 153 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 12

Lecture 154 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 13

Lecture 155 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 14

Lecture 156 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 15

Lecture 157 Studio Session 25/11 2021 – Part 16

Lecture 158 Studio Session 25/01 2022

Lecture 159 Studio Session 11/02 2022 – Part 1

Lecture 160 Studio Session 11/02 2022 – Part 2

Lecture 161 Studio Session 19/05 2022

Section 15: Q&A Section

Lecture 162 Q&A Section – Introduction

Lecture 163 Q&A Session

Lecture 164 Q&A – Splice

Lecture 165 Q&A – Native Instruments

Section 16: Extra Section – Sylenth Synth

Lecture 166 Sylenth – Lecture 1

Lecture 167 Sylenth – Lecture 2

Lecture 168 Sylenth – Lecture 3

Lecture 169 Sylenth – Lecture 4

Lecture 170 Sylenth – Lecture 5

Lecture 171 Sylenth – Lecture 6

Lecture 172 Sylenth – Lecture 7

Lecture 173 Sylenth – Lecture 8

Lecture 174 Sylenth – Lecture 9

Lecture 175 Sylenth – Lecture 10

Lecture 176 Sylenth – Lecture 11

Lecture 177 Sylenth – Lecture 12

Lecture 178 Sylenth – Lecture 13

Lecture 179 Sylenth – Lecture 14

Lecture 180 Sylenth – Lecture 15

Lecture 181 Sylenth – Lecture 16

Lecture 182 Sylenth – Lecture 17

Section 17: Extra Section – Music Theory

Lecture 183 Music Theory – Part 1

Lecture 184 Music Theory – Part 2

Lecture 185 Music Theory – Part 3

Lecture 186 Music Theory – Part 4

Lecture 187 Music Theory – Part 5

Lecture 188 Music Theory – Part 6

Lecture 189 Music Theory – Part 7

Lecture 190 Music Theory – Part 8

Lecture 191 Music Theory – Part 9

Lecture 192 Music Theory – Part 10

Lecture 193 Music Theory – Part 11

Lecture 194 Music Theory – Part 12

Lecture 195 Music Theory – Part 13

Lecture 196 Music Theory – Part 14

Lecture 197 Music Theory – Part 15

Lecture 198 Music Theory – Part 16

Lecture 199 Music Theory – Part 17

Section 18: Song Feedback

Lecture 200 How to get Song Feedback

Section 19: Bonus: GET ALL OF MY COURSES FOR FREE

Lecture 201 Bonus: GET ALL OF MY COURSES FOR FREE & PERSONAL HELP

If You’ve Been Using FL Studio And Want To Learn a New Way Of Creating Music,If You’re a Beginner and Never Used FL Studio,If You’re a Music Producer and Want To Learn How To Make Music With FL Studio,If You’re a DJ and Want To Create Music Loops in FL Studio

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Udemy | English | 27h 18m | 25.82 GB
Created by: Martin Svensson

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