FL Studio's Patcher - What It Is And How It Can Help You

The Patcher in FL Studio may not be so well know, but it's an incredibly powerful way to build instrument and FX chains. Here, Rishabh Rajan explains why you should be using it.  

FL Studio allows you to create your own instrument and effect chains using a tool you may not be familiar with, called the Patcher. You can use it to build anything from simple effect chains to complex layered multi-instruments. In short video from the course FL Studio 302: The Patcher Explained And Explored, Rishabh Rajan explains just what the Patcher is, and how it can help you in your productions.

FL Studio 302: The Patcher Explained And Explored

He starts by explaining the difference between an instrument and an effect version of Patcher. Although similar, they do work in slightly different ways in terms of their ins and outs. You'll see that the Patcher is a really clever environment for graphically building chains and setups that can be quickly saved and loaded, without having to start from scratch every time. They are also incredibly powerful in terms of the kinds of setups they let you build.

For a complete guide to FL Studio's Patcher system and to learn how it can help you take your productions to the next level, be sure to check out the full course using the links below.

Watch the course FL Studio 302: The Patcher Explained And Explored in the Ask.Audio Academy | macProVideo | Ask.Video

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