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    Mastering Songs in FL Studio

    Okay, so I'm working on a DNB song in FL Studio, but I'm fairly new to this so I don't know how to master the beats correctly, such as compression, equalization, etc. Do you guys have any tips on what I should do? Thanks.

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    Re: Mastering Songs in FL Studio

    You open up the channel settings for the certain instrument you want. Click on the top left down arrow, and go to assign free mixer. At the right side, you click on the down arrows again, and it will come up with a bunch a mixing devices.

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    Re: Mastering Songs in FL Studio

    Mixer is your friend. Press the button next to a patter in the playlist editor, change the number in the top right hand corner to a free mixer slot, then apply effects from there.

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    Re: Mastering Songs in FL Studio

    I know how to do this stuff, but I just don't know what to do. I wanna know what settings to apply.

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    Re: Mastering Songs in FL Studio

    Anything. Just apply anything and tweak the settings until it sounds good.

    Reverb for echos.

    Delay for like... Shit I can't remember the name of it now.. Like looping fade outs. Almost like an echo but not.

    Free filter / filter for applying high/low pass filters.

    Just mess around and see what does what.


 

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