FL Studio Frequency Splitter Tutorial (208)
In this video I show you some ways to use the new Frequency Splitter Stock Plugin in FL Studio 20.8. It’s excellent for parallel processing, vocal mixing, splitting stems and advanced filtering. I especially like it for parallel bass processing and vocal mixing. Frequency Splitter separates the incoming audio into 2 or 3 bands using low latency or Linear Phase filters. You can select send destinations for each band and solo or mute any band. This is an immensly useful and practical plugin and I hope it can speed up and streamline your workflow. The vocals and piano are performed by my friend David for his project, The Workday Release. ▶Chapters 0:00 – Intro 0:15 – Overview 1:30 – Filtering Low, Mid and High 2:45 – Vocal Processing/mixing 4:50 – Linear Phase Modes 6:10 – Linear Phase warning! 9:50 – Livestreams coming soon FL Studio 20.8 will be released on Monday and I wanted to make sure you were up to speed and could make the most of this plugin. If you want to try it out right now, you can find the 20.8 RC in the looptalk forum. ▶ Learn more about Linear phase filters (Dan Worrall Video): https://youtu.be/efKabAQQsPQ ▶ Support my channel for livestreams and exclusive perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIcCXe3iWo6lq-iWKV40Oug/join ►Get my Sound Bank: http://bit.ly/inthemixstore ►Save money on DistroKid if you signup through my custom link → http://distrokid.com/vip/inthemix
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