Adding folders to the FL Studio Browser
A part of producing excellent beats with FL Studio is actually having professional quality instruments as well as samples to use. Just what exactly should you do to get them into FL Studio as you get hold of them? The most effective way to import these into FL Studio would be to create a folder consisting of the samples into the Browser . By doing this they are in a standard spot which is readily available within FL Studio . This tutorial is going to take you through the technique of adding a folder to the browser . This tutorial will show you how to add samples, drum kits, and libraries easily in a few steps. If you have your own folders for samples follow this tutorial to see them in the FL browser.
FL Studio Browser
The browser feature in FL Studio is a nice quick way to access you samples opposed to browsing for them externally through the standard windows explorer. Personally, I like to have everything in one spot that I can easily drag and drop from in FL Studio. Optimizing you workflow as a producer will make you better as you can spend more time on composing music and less searching for things.
Organizing your samples in folders
The stock samples that come with FL Studio can be found in the browser. Check those out so you can get an idea of what it will look like once you import your own sample libraries in to the browser. Approach this with a high regard to organization because it will save you some time in the long run. A bad way to approach it is “Hip Hop drum kits.” Well this doesnt give you much of an idea of what is actually in this folder. It also it doesnt narrow down far enough for your samples to be organized. Focus on getting things in relevant folders such as “Trap Beat kit”, or “Smooth R&B kit.”