FL Studio – Introduction to FPC part 3 [VIDEO]

The FPC (Fruity Pad Controller) plugin in FL Studio is a self-contained multi-layer/velocity drum machine that makes it easy to create, edit and swap drum kits on the fly. FPC supports 16 multi-layered patches for banks A and B. 1080p and full-screen recommended.

 

Check out part one and part two if you haven’t already seen them. The video above is the second part of my introduction to the FL Studio FPC plugin. This can be used as a powerful drumkit which can be controlled by a MIDI controller or the piano roll. This time I explain the volume envelope and some other details.

In this video I use a MPK Mini MIDI controller. Check out my Top 10 Budget MIDI Controllers article for similar awesome bits of kit.

Please do let me know how you got on with this tutorial in the comments below, on my Facebook page or on Twitter and I’d love to hear of other ways of using send FX that you may have come up with.

Please do check out my other FL Studio related articles and tutorials if you found this one useful or interesting.

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