FL Studio 10, 11, 12 Mixing Tutorial: Volume & Panning
Hi Guys, you can probably tell what this video is gonna be about for the title, but if you can’t tell what this FL Studio tutorial will be about i’m going to go ahead and tell you. Basically various of my fans from my Facebook page had recently asked me to start doing mixing tutorials, so I thought why not? I will never go in depth with the tutorials because then I will have tons of newbies mixing in FL Studio with my style and I don’t want that, thats why I always do basic steps so that you can find your own way of working out the best mixing techniques for your beats, tracks or instrumentals.
Remember there is no right or wrong way of mixing just as long as the end results sounds crisp and clean or whatever mix you desire. So in this tutorial i’ve done one of the most basic mixing steps and often over looked, which are volume and panning. A lot of people watch out for volume but not a lot of people pan there instruments out to there beats, tracks, etc which I think these 2 go hand in hand with each other as they both will help improve the quality of your mix and the overall sound of the track. So I hope you watch the video to the end and enjoy what i’ve put together. Once you’ve watched the video you can access the file at the bottom of the video. The FLP will be available to download once you like my Facebook page. If this tutorial has helped you or you need more help, feel to comment or ask any questions about this tutorial via my twitter (@JayStacksp ). I will try and respond to as many as I can.