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FL Studio Mixer Workflow Riley Weller (GratuiTous)

4.8
18 ratings • 3 reviews
  • Level Beginner
  • 15 Lessons (2hr : 11min)
  • 2 already enrolled!
  • Audio: English

The mixer is a daunting tool for new producers just getting started in music production.

So that’s my goal with this course – to break down the mixer in an easy-to-understand course.

We start at the basics by comparing a real hardware mixer to FL Studio’s digital mixer and eventually work our way up to subgroups and complex routing with sends.

A funny thing I’ll mention is when I first started mixing I typically liked my unmixed version better than my mixed version lol.

If you’re just starting, too, then I’m sure you’ve experienced this.

Mixing is something that will only come with time.

The reason I didn’t like my mixes when I was new was simply because of inexperience and over-processing.

As I gained more experience I gained a better insight to what I’m wanting to achieve out of a mix, and that’s typically gentler settings while allowing more focus towards certain elements of the song.

I break down many fundamentals I’ve discovered over my years of being a music producer and share how I set up my own personal mixer with color-coding and proper labeling to achieve a fast and efficient mix.

This course will build a solid understanding of the mixer and you’ll be able to route your audio around with complexity.

# GratuiTous

Who is it for? This course is for new producers wanting to learn how to use the mixer and route audio around with complexity.

What will I learn? You will learn how the mixer works, how to route sounds to the mixer, what sub groups and sends are, and how to apply these tools into real-world practice when mixing your music.

Course Includes: 15 Video Lessons

The mixer is a daunting tool for new producers just getting started in music production.

So that’s my goal with this course – to break down the mixer in an easy-to-understand course.

We start at the basics by comparing a real hardware mixer to FL Studio’s digital mixer and eventually work our way up to subgroups and complex routing with sends.

A funny thing I’ll mention is when I first started mixing I typically liked my unmixed version better than my mixed version lol.

If you’re just starting, too, then I’m sure you’ve experienced this.

Mixing is something that will only come with time.

The reason I didn’t like my mixes when I was new was simply because of inexperience and over-processing.

As I gained more experience I gained a better insight to what I’m wanting to achieve out of a mix, and that’s typically gentler settings while allowing more focus towards certain elements of the song.

I break down many fundamentals I’ve discovered over my years of being a music producer and share how I set up my own personal mixer with color-coding and proper labeling to achieve a fast and efficient mix.

This course will build a solid understanding of the mixer and you’ll be able to route your audio around with complexity.

# GratuiTous

Riley Weller (GratuiTous) has worked with a GRAMMY-Nominated recording artist, and has been producing music for over 10 years now.

With over 18 music production courses created, 3 books written, being the host of the podcast 'Music Production Made Simple', and releasing 8 beat tapes + 4 albums to popular streaming platforms, his goal is to empower producers to branch out and be them self.

He loves to teach best practices and bring awareness to powerful techniques, while encouraging individuality. The most common feedback received from his students is that "GratuiTous is able to break down complex topics into easy terminology to understand".

Student Feedback

4.8

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By Daniel GaglioJuly 1 at 12:00 AM
Ive been using fl studio for 5 years now and I'm finally taking a solid course especially for mixing. Mixing is something I'm really just now getting the hang of. Organizing and color coding is something I needed to learn better. I like where the course is going so far. I have high expectations for what this will teach me.
By TIm MannJanuary 9 at 12:00 AM
Definitely one of the best tools to pick up, and this course does an excellent job of delivering the information. The difference in clarity and ease of workflow that sends/subgroups give, and the way it's presented here, are absolutely worth every penny.
By Guilherme Knabben LagesDecember 5, 2018
Amazing lessons and valuable tricks are just a few of many more great things about this course. I am totally positive that after finishing it, I elevated my production skills quite a lot. Would definitely recommend for anyone wanting to improve and become a better producer.
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