Learn how to use FL Studio’s Fruity Convolver and Fruity Reeverb 2 to give your sounds some space
FL Studio’s convolution and algorithmic reverbs do a stellar job of breathing space into your mix.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a song that doesn’t implement reverberation in some manner. It might be the natural space and reflections from the room that an instrument or vocal was recorded in, or it could be applied using a reverb effect or plug-in. It’s a fantastic way to enhance sounds and breathe space into your mix. Happily, FL Studio has several reverb plug-ins to achieve this.
In this FL Studio Tips video, Max Venus teaches you how to use FL Studio’s Fruity Reeverb 2 and Fruity Convolver to give your sounds some space. You’ll learn when you should apply reverb to your sounds and what the differences are between convolution reverbs and algorithmic reverbs. Max shows you how to harness the power of both reverbs in FL Studio to enhance vocal, instruments and sound effects.
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- Exploring the interface
- Audio and MIDI settings
- The Channel Rack
- Using the Playlist
- Exploring the Mixer
- Piano Roll
- Playlist Clips
- Insert effects
- Send effects
- Sidechain compression
Max Venus has been using FL Studio for over a decade and has released music on various labels, including Liquicity, New State Music and GAWA Recordings, under multiple aliases. His current project is MXV, releasing progressive house tracks on MNL, Songspire Records, ZeroThree and more. He’s also written FL Studio tutorials for MusicTech.