808 Kick Strip Download For FL Studio (stock plugins)

808 kickstrip FL Studio

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Our 808 kick strip is an FL Studio Project Template loaded with everything needed to create heavy hitting 808s, basslines, and any other types of bass sounds you desire. Modeled after popular channel strips our kick strip is loaded with all the stock processing effects you will need to make radio quality kicks without spending a dime.

The channel rack has the following instruments loaded: Sytrus, 808 kick one-shot, Flex, GMS Groove Machine Synthesizer Module, Fruity Bassdum, Fruity DX10, MiniSynth, and Sim Synth. All of these instruments have been pre-loaded with bass sound selected and tweaked by 808beats.com.

On the mixer, the Master Channel has a Fruity Limiter for sound and Edison for recording the Bass sounds you create. Channel one is loaded with effects. They include Fruity Parametric EQ, Fruity Parametric EQ 2, Distructor, Fruity Blood Overdrive, Fruity WaveShaper, Frequency Splitter, Fruity Parametric EQ 2, Fruity Multiband Compression, Maximus and Tuner.

The Kick Strip contains many types of bass sounds and is only the first iteration of our Kickstrip. We are currently working on another stock Kick Strip for EDM style sounds.

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How to Make A Melody in FL Studio.

In the video above we cover the basics of building a simple melody in FL Studio. This is an easy to follow tutorial that brings attention to the scale highlighting feature of the piano roll in order to start the melody creation process. There are many options in the scale highlighter of the piano roll. By selecting a key and scale FL Studio will highlight where to place notes that will sound in harmony together. Once you have clicked in a set of notes and created a scale you can create a new channel in the channel rack with an instrument of your choice.

Now when you open the piano roll on the new channel you will see your chords highlighted as well in an even lighter tone. This makes it easy for you to begin creating a melody. Generally, for beginners, I suggest using longer notes and focus on creating a pattern. Then you can listen to the melody and make tweaks to the notes or change the velocity.

As a new producer starting out without any type of musical knowledge in 2021 creating a is something you will have to do by ear. So creating simple melodies to start with is an easy way to train your ear to recognize notes that sound good together and create harmony.

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