It’s 11:00 PM, you’ve been stressing your mind all day every day for weeks trying to come up with an idea for a new song, you take a sip of your 24oz MonsterEnergyTM can. Hold up! Don’t close that FL Studio yet! Plug in that external sound card and slip those Technics RPDH-1200s back on, you’re about to learn how to remix with a DAW..

[box type=”note” align=”aligncenter” width=”300″ ]“Remixing is a vital component to being a successful producer or DJ, and definitely if your becoming a ProducerDJ”[/box]

First, set your sample rate on the computer to 192000, now exit out of FL Studio and open it again, set your FL Studio sample rate to 192000, and set your Asio4All buffer rate to 64, you will want the HIGHEST hearing quality possible in order to hear every single detail.

Second, obtain a lossless version of the song you want to remix, make sure this lossless version comes directly from the producer himself, because burning lossy into lossless formats will still sound like the lossy version that you would hear on iTunes.

How To Remix With FL StudioThird, open Edison, then load up the song you wish to remix, when this is loaded, change the bit to 32 and the sample rate to 192000. Detect BPM if you want to, now drag the song onto the playlist.

Fourth, Start changing the bpm to where the kicks and claps are synced to the Beat Grid, The reason for this is so that the track is easier to remix due to the fact that kicks and claps will be able to be synced when dragging clips around.

How To Remix With FL StudioFifth, once you’ve done that, start resizing clips to where that certain samples play at certain times, Your song should start looking like this.

Sixth, Start making sure that Kicks and Claps are going back and forth, like the genre that your making your song into, for example: BPM140, Genre: Dubstep

Kick Bar1 Clap Bar13 Kick Bar17
Kick Bar20 Kick Bar23 Clap Bar25

BPM120, Genre: House

Kick Bar1 Clap Bar5 Kick Bar9 Clap Bar13

That’s an example of Beat Matching, and Beat Gridding at the same time.

Seventh, Now that you’ve ordered your clips to the track, you need to compress it. Go into your mixer, click on master, and open fruity compressor, now compress it to where it sounds best, now start listening to it through different sources, different volumes, etc. because if it doesn’t sound right on one, it isn’t mixed right and you need to compress it again.

Eighth, Add in the info and include the original author’s name in the credits, and load it up on a music distributing website, such as bandcamp.
And you’re Finished!

My ending product : https://havoc1.bandcamp.com

2 thoughts on “How To Remix With FL Studio Tips by DJ Havoc

    • Producer SPOT says:

      DJ Havoc referred at the audio enconding process, “lossless version of the song you want to remix”, a version that is not too compressed, usually when you export a file in mp3 format, compression will damage the sound and you can’t stop it. FOr mp3 is best to have files with 320 bitrate quality if you want to use in your mixes and still have a quality sound.

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