HOW TO SIDE CHAIN IN FL STUDIO?
Sidechaining in FL Studio is a technique used to create a pumping effect in your music by lowering the volume of one track when another track plays.
Here are some steps to follow:
- Start by opening the mixer window in FL Studio.
- Select the channel you want to use as the trigger for the sidechain effect, typically a kick drum or bassline.
- Click on the arrow next to the track's name and select "Sidechain to this track."
- Select the channel you want to apply the sidechain effect to, for example, a pad or synth.
- Click on the arrow next to the track's name and select "Link to controller."
- In the pop-up window, select "Internal controller" and then "Peak Controller."
- Adjust the "Attack" and "Release" settings to your liking, and you should now hear the pumping effect.
Sidechaining can add dynamic movement to your music, and it's a good technique used in many genres, from EDM to hip-hop.