At Typhonic Samples's Music Production Blog we have tutorials for all kind of music production related topics. Are you a beginner at FL Studio and looking for some know-how? Or are you an advanced Serum user trying to up your sound design skills? No problem! Check out the articles below and get started! Got any requests or questions? Comment on the articles or get in contact with us!
In every DAW you have the feature to group certain tracks or sounds to a single mixer channel. This is something very useful when mixing your production and it can save you a lot of time doing it. However, in FL Studio it can be a bit hard to find out how this feature works.
This is a quick tip for FL Studio beginners. When you have downloaded a sample pack, you want to be able to access it easily. Therefore FL Studio has the option to add your sample library to the folder structure of FL Studio (left side of the screen). This way you can browse through your
Wavetables are the base of your sound and all the filters, LFOs and modulations will shape your sound. However, it’s very important to start with the right/best wavetable so that you can create the sound that you are looking for more easily. There are multiple ways to create your own wavetable for Serum. This article
In this tutorial I will show you how to sidechain in FL Studio 12. There are a couple ways to sidechain your sounds, in this tutorial I will use a method using only 1 plugin: Fruity Limiter. This plugin comes with every version of FL Studio. So it should be available for every Fruity user.
Since Serum version 1.1 it’s possible to use images as wavetables. And it’s quite easy. This short tutorial will show you how and I will give some pointers/tips for using an image as a wavetable. First, make sure your Serum is up to date. (You should always keep Serum up to date; Steve Duda listens
Do you want to improve your FL Studio workflow? Then this article is for you! Every DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) has lots of shortcuts, a couple you might already know as they’re the same in every program; like ctrl+c for copying and ctrl+s for saving. Others you might not know, but are very handy. Especially
The web is full of Serum tutorials; some are very useful and can really up your music productions and/or sound design, but unfortunately not all Serum tutorials out there are great. That’s why Typhonic Samples has compiled a list of the best Serum tutorial videos on the internet! * We will update this list so
This is the second episode of the Music Production Series. For a new visitor jumping straight into this episode, I recommend checking out the previous episode if you haven’t already! The goal of the Music Production Series is to gradually go in depth on the topic of producing tracks. Music production is a versatile subject,
You are now reading the first episode of the Music Production Series! This series is for anyone who is interested in learning more about the basics and the more advanced stuff of music production. I will try to not lengthen episodes too much to keep it short and powerful. As I progress through the episodes
When you start using a new synthesizer it can be a bit confusing and every synth has its own learning curve. In my opinion, Xfer Serum isn’t a hard synthesizer to learn, since it’s really ‘graphic’. You can not only hear but also see a lot of the changes you apply, giving you a better