Exploring the FL Studio Interface
The student will master the basic functions of the FL Studio program, learn how to add instruments to the project and configure them, work with the mixer and effects.
Music theory and basic composition
By the end of this part, the student will have mastered the basics of musical theory and composition.
As a result of mastering this part of the course, the student gains skills in working with addictive-subtractive and table-wave synthesizers. Also students will learn the purpose of basic synthesizer settings and how they affect the sound.
As a result of mastering this part of the course, the student studies the features of the subgenres of electronic music, and also learns to put into practice the skills acquired in the previous modules.
By the end of this part, the student will have mastered the basic methods of mixing elements of a composition. Get the necessary understanding of the nature of sound waves from the point of view of physics.
• Familiarization with the program interface and its functions • Adding and configuring instruments • Mixer • Effects • Automation parameters • Switching channels in the mixer
• Synthesizer interface • Creation of Bass-instruments • SuperSaw sound • Create your own wavetables • FM synthesis
• Equalizer • Distortion • Compressor • Spatial processing (Delay, Reverb) • Processing and mixing vocals • Final processing of the composition - multi-band compression, limiting
• Rhythm and percussion • Melody • Pentatonic • Bass and Quinta • Chord progression • Composition • Musical form • Memorable tune
• Progressive House • Dubstep • Trap • Synthwave • Glitchhop • Drum and Bass • Future Bounce • Future Bass • Phonk • Drill • Detroit