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FL Studio Cookbook by Shaun Friedman

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Using markers and snap

Using markers in your FL Studio Playlist is a great way to organize your pieces and parts and to label what is happening in certain sections. The basic idea is to label these with intro, verse, chorus, bridge, outro, or whatever you want depending on your workflow. It helps to have these markers because they remind you of what is going on with your song and also help when you are selecting areas in the playlist. Snap is the setting that dictates how your patterns can be moved around and locked to the playlist timeline. These can be adjusted to certain beats, bars, and fractions of time.

Getting ready…

To start using markers, you need to have the FL Studio playlist open. You do not need to have any patterns pasted in the playlist ...

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