FL Studio Quick Tip: Transferring Elements Between Projects

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FL Studio Quick Tip Transferring Elements Between Projects

Sometimes you may need to transfer multiple elements such as Piano Roll scores, mixer states, channel settings, automation, etc from one FL Studio project to another. Luckily there’s an easy way to do this: export project bones.

Exporting project bones will save all the individual elements of FL Studio project to a separate folders which you can then import to another project.

Saving project bones is easy: just go to File & Export & Project bones…

Export Project Bones

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Ciniq
Ciniq
5 years 24 days ago

Rofl….. can’t believe that was so simple…

thnx a bunch

fltrance
fltrance
5 years 9 days ago

hi; What Can Of Note At pinoroll slide Was? at vst vangored

mory
mory
4 years 10 months ago

that’s very helpful tnx alot

Dubali Beat
4 years 6 months ago

great tutorial! I love FL Studio and this site is my prime resource for learning about FL Studio. I like your style in create tutorials. thank’s!

d-kin
d-kin
1 year 8 months ago

I love this and will also want to know how to load the settings to another project. Thanks

Rahul
Rahul
5 months 23 days ago

Sorry , but when i try to import it shows nothing in the folder….Help please !!!!

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