How to Clone / Copy Samples, Vocals, and Tracks – FL Studio

How to Clone / Copy Samples, Vocals, and Tracks – FL Studio

November 10, 2019 21 By Kailee Schamberger


Hey whats good everyone its your man DJ Tecnine
the Turntable Doctor and I’m back once again to give you a quick tip on Fl Studio on how
to clone you track or your sample and this is one of the easiest things that you can
do and this is more for you novice and more experienced users and if you beginners don’t
know what I’m talking about just bare with me. Ok, well first thing you need to do is
know where this section is at, and this is more for you beginner guys here, and this
is in your playlist section. And you can toggle back and forth between your playlist and your
regular patterns section using F5 and if you don’t see your tracks its right here on your
count, the grey bar, grab your mouse and hold it and slide it down. And boom there go all
your tracks, and real quick if you don’t know how to put in a track or a sample into FL
Studio. Its very easy, you just go to the folder where you track or your sample is at,
you click on it and you slide it right into FL Studio and it imports pretty much instantly.
And thats how quick it is. Now into cloning. Cloning is another simple easy process that
you can do here on FL Studio, and there’s two ways to do this. The simple way is just
to click on it with your mouse and you pretty much have an instant clone. And right click
to delete it, and that clone you can pretty much put anywhere. And you can do that instantly
with any other track, it just pops right up. The other way to do it is by holding the shift
key, and first you hold the shift key while your over the track or sample and you just
slide it over, holding down the mouse and the shift button at the same time. Now some
of you may want to, you know, some of you are asking how do you do this with entire
sections. Well, here you got your selection tool, its right next to the zoom. Now you
come and say you want to highlight this whole area here and slide it over like if you were
doing a hook or something. And now you go back to your brush tool. Now with your brush
tool, the same way you did before. You go over it and you hold the shift and with the
mouse you have control of it and you slide it right over to where ever you want and it’s,
right there. And that’s pretty much it. Well I hope this tutorial was informational for
you guys, like I said I was going to make it real quick and to the subject, and I’ll
you guys on the next one. It’s your man Dj Tecnine the Turntable Doctor, and I’m out.
Peace.