Importing Adding Vocals – Wav Mp3 – Adding Effects – FL Studio

Importing Adding Vocals – Wav Mp3 – Adding Effects – FL Studio

December 1, 2019 2 By Kailee Schamberger


Hey Whats good everyone, it’s DJ Tec-nine I’m back again to
give you guys a quick tutorial on how to add and mix a reggaeton track on FL Studio And if you already have your track Pre-made like this when I have laid out
right here real simple all you got to do is get your vocals or your acapella and come back here to the track section
which is also on your playlist section go back forth using F5 and it will take you from your pattern to your playlist I gotta do if you don’t see is go to the grey bar and slide this down now the acapella I have right here is Wisin y Yandel Ahora Es acapella, and it’s real simple to import an mp3 or a wav file right into FL Studio, and… Boom! It’s in instantly. and the acapella I’ve chosen today is a
little slower than the track I have, it’s 95 Beats Per Minute a track I have actually 96, it says 192 up here because I double it for effect purposes, and guys can
set it at whatever you want to set it at. so now that I have imported this you want to zoom in, you can use the keys here and #2 key will zoom you in a bit #3 key will bring you this close and #1 key brings you back to the beginning. Me, I’m going to #3 key because I want to see the .wav file here as you can see it’s not all the way to the beginning here so you can come up here the little arrows up here and this is the slip section and then you go to your snap to grid Me I have this set to none this way I can slide and move this
over as much as I want anywhere I want on the
track. So now that I put it all the way to the beginning. I’ll set it right back to line which basically moves the track to every
line which is on every beat. Move it back here and I’ve chosen to start my beat here. at the 5 count and we’ll bring this back here. This should start somewhere around here ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** – As you can hear, this is a little bit off so… so like I said the vocals/acapella on this is
a little slower than the the beat so in these cases what I’ll do here is I’ll zoom in… Somewhere around here I’ll go to the slice tool and just make a slice go back to the brush tool and get rid of that real quick Then I’ll come back to snap to grid and set it to none. Now none lets me adjust this as much as I want. After I do that back on the brush tool. slide it in lightly and adjust it to whatever you feel is on beat for you which hopefully will be on beat. ***music playing*** – Now I’ll come back to line. so I can stretch it out. ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** – Alright, now I have to come back here and re-adjust it just a bit ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** now that you hear this mainly on beat and on time you can stretch the acapella out as much as you want and listen to it play it out in different sections to make sure
it on time for you. We’ll just move up to here. – ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** As you can hear it’s flowing pretty good with the beat and like I said you just have to adjust this
as best as you can let me set this back to line here. Now if
you want to add effects to this… All you got to do is go to your pattern section here. Click on it and go to your effects here and you can assign you effects channel. Your fx channel, the shortcut to is F9. I have these used here so we’ll go to a free one. Which is 6. Say you want to add a delay. Come right here… Me I like to match it up with the
exact bpm. come up to the tempo area bring it up to 192, and set this to ping-pong this way you get the left and right
bounce… bring this up to about 8 see how it sounds and Boom…. ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** ***music playing*** and it’s not that hard to do once you get your own flow to this you will have down packed
and you will knock this out real quick. It’s real easy. As Fruity Loops has made using their track section for vocals and acapellas, and for mixing, they made it real simple A little more simplified than Pro Tools. You may not get the exact sound that you would get with Pro Tools but Fruity Loops has really stepped it up. Excuse me, FL Studio for most of you. I’ve been using this for a while
so it’s still fruity loops to me but FL Studio for you guys it is great for mixing tracks and vocals. And you can also record the tracks and vocals right into FL Studio if you didn’t know that. You just go to one of these inserts here Say we go to insert 6. You come over here to the input you select your input and you have your mic in your set-up
ready to go You can start recording vocals into FL Studio. Hope this was useful to some you guys and
I’ll see you guys on the next one. It’s your man DJ Tecnine the Turntable Doctor and I’m out. Peace…