FL Studio Mobile- How To Make Custom Instruments

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Here’s a quick tutorial that looks at how to create custom instruments for FL Studio Mobile

via imageline:

Can I load my own samples? Yes from 1.1 onwards. That’s what this video is all about, noob! :)

Can I use VSTs? No, iOS does not support VSTs and frankly the devices it runs on don’t have the CPU power to perform the synthesis you are used to on a desktop. FL Studio Mobile uses high quality sample based instruments made from Image-Line plugins and sample packs.


5 thoughts on “FL Studio Mobile- How To Make Custom Instruments

  1. Image-Line also said 1.1 will have

    Major new features:

    – User instruments can be created from .instr and .zip files
    – Sonoma AudioCopy: mixdowns (wav files) can be sent to other apps via AudioCopy, which is an additional option in the Export window
    – Clipboard in the bar editor: tap and hold a selection to see the copy and paste buttons
    – Filter track editing in the bar editor
    – Record button in the Filter screen
    – Piano-roll editor: pitch-bend is visualized with curved lines
    – New soundpacks

    Smaller changes since v1.0:

    – Heavy Mute: tuning improved
    – User forum button in the Setup screen
    – Loading a beat repeats it for the whole length of the song
    – The file name textfield in the Projects tab shows the name of the current project
    – Metronome "precount only at the beginning of the song" is now off by default
    – Fix: Step lights were hidden at signatures other than 4/4
    – Many minor bugfixes

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  2. Wow,I saw this video on palm sounds and I have been trying all night to zip up files and get them into FL! Such a crap waste of time that I should have looked into the feature more before trying it out.

    Now that I know it's not me or my iPad it's a relief. Now all I have to do is wait for the update!

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  3. Is there a limit on the length of each sample.
    I am hoping to use each Drum pad as a trigger to play a backing track live on stage, is this possible?

    Example
    So instead of the kick pad it would be a 2.5 min long song
    And instead of the snare pad it would be a 4 min long song etc etc….

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