How To Make Your Own Sample Pack

It’s important to have your own sample pack – it’s a place where you save all your favourite samples, presets, kits and FX chains for when you need them in the future. In this video I show you how to create your sample pack and how to have it appear in the FL Studio Browser so it’s always one click away.

0:50 – Set up and recording a sample
1:40 – Editing the sample in the Edison
4:50 – Saving a sample
5:45 – Snare Sample
7:15 – Saving method #2
7:50 – Saving a loop
10:05 – Adding your pack to the FL Studio browser
11:00 – Saving Presets

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