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Sample Properties tutorials fl studio gratis free


14. Sample Properties (F2)

This area displays the sample properties including Sample rate, Bit depth, Channel format, Tempo information and Title. Right-clicking this area or pressing F2 opens the Sample Properties dialog.

To open the Sample properties dialog

Select > Edit properties OR press F2 with Edison focussed.



  • Title - Name the sample.
  • Comments - These comments will show in the sample properties.


  • Samplerate (Hz) - Set the samplerate.
  • Resample (switch) - Selecting this switch forces resampling of the sample data to the desired samplerate. If this switch is off the sample-rate only changes the playback samplerate (speed) without modifying the data. For example, choose to either resample data to 22kHz (data reduction), or to play existing data at 22kHz (pitch-shift).
  • Format - Choose between 16 Bit integer & 32 Bit floating point formats. Mono or Stereo.

    Note: Edison automatically converts data to 32Bit before applying any function that modifies the sample data. It is better to apply several edits in 32 Bit floating point, then convert to 16Bit integer after you have completed editing the sample than to apply several edits in 16Bit integer.


  • Tempo (BPM) - Set tempo in Beats Per Minute. If 'tempo-sync' is selected setting a tempo here will cause FL Studio to stretch/pitch-shift the sample according to this value when loaded.
    • Round: Round the tempo (removes decimals).
    • Limit: Correct any double/half tempo problems (range options appear when the button is selected).
  • Resample (switch) - Forces a high-quality resample of the data when the sample rate is changed (recommended).
  • Length (beats) / Sel (beats) - Enter the number of beats in the sample or selection. 'Sel (beats)' appears if a selection has been made. Used when slicing & beat detecting (see below).
    • Round: Round the number of beats (removes decimals).
    • Tempo-sync: When selected - Instructs FL Studio to stretch (beatmatch) the sample to the Master tempo of the project (Audio-clips & Channel sampler). The F10 General Settings, 'Read sample tempo information' option MUST BE ON. See the section on Time-stretching & Pitch-shifting in the Sampler Channel Settings section for more details.
  • Default - Set the BPM to the FL Studio project tempo.
  • Quick guess - or songs with a constant tempo).
  • Autodetect - Select to choose from three options:
    • Quick estimation for short loops - Quick tempot-detection based on the host tempo and the length of the sample.
    • Detection for songs with constant tempo - This algorithmic tempo-detection generally gives the most accurate result, but requires constant tempo tracks.
    • Detection for songs with variable tempo - This algorithmic tempo-detection has been tuned for songs that don't have a constant tempo.

Note: An alternative tempo detection technique is to highlight a part of the audio that you know to be an exact # of beats, then, in the properties dialog, the display will show 'select (beats)' instead of 'length (beats)'. If 4 beats were highlighted (for example), enter 4, and the tempo of the song should be detected.


These functions aid samplers that read meta-data to auto-process the sample (DirectWave and the Channel sampler for example).

  • Middle note (root note) - Selects the MIDI note at which the sample will play back at the original (recorded) pitch. This data is used by samplers such as DirectWave and the Channel Sampler to automatically set the 'root' note.
  • low: Set the lowest intended MIDI note the sample should play on.
  • high: Set the highest intended MIDI note the sample should play on.
  • Fine tune (cents) - Fine tune the intended pitch of the sample in 1/100ths of a semi-tone.
  • Default - Restore default settings.
  • Autodetect - Autodetect the pitch of the sample. Use on monophonic single-pitch sounds only.

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