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lunes, 14 de abril de 2008

how to layering channels in fl studio tutorials?

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Layering

Layer channels are channels that control other channels. The layer channel itself is silent. It tells the children of that channel what to play (typical parent). Layer channels can also control the panning, volume & filter levels of children channels.

One thing layers are useful for, is to send sequences to multiple instruments.

Layering Channels

Insert a layer channel.

Right click the channel to bring up the layer channels' settings box.

Now, in the step sequencer choose the channels that you want to use the layering with. Left click the little green light next to the channel of the first one, then right click the rest of the channels you want to layer. This ensures the first channel that you clicked stays selected.

Go to the layer channels' settings box once more and select "Set children" which will assign the channels you've highlighted as children of the layer channel. This basically means that whichever notes are played on a layer channel (which itself is silent) results in the same notes being played on all children of that channel.

Put some notes in the layer channel and you will hear them being played by all the instruments you have set as children. Channels that are set as children of layer channels can still be used on their own.

Layer channels can also control the panning, volume & filter levels of children channels via the "Levels adjustment" box.

 
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