How To Add Variation To A Loop


How To Add Variation To A Loop

Loops are great in electronic music production, but they can quickly start to sound too repetitive. Well, there’s an quite easy solution to this: chop and re-arrange.

In FL Studio there’s several ways to slice and re-arrange a loop. You can do that manually in a playlist view by using the Slice tool, copy & paste. Or you can choose the semi-automatic way via Fruity Slicer or SliceX. Or you can use Edison.

In this tutorial video I’ll show you two ways you can use to quickly chop and re-arrange your loop to give more life to it.


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Petri Suhonen is an electronic music hobbyist. He has been producing music with computers over a decade on such styles as trance, downtempo, ambient & experimental electronic using FL Studio.

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Max Golovanov
4 years 10 months ago

Nice stuff, Petri!

Of course I used to know how to chop drums in FL – but only after passing of this tutorial I actually payed a real attention to this cool feature 🙂


3 years 4 months ago

Thanks again man, I am trying to see all your tutorials, I am in this one so far: D, also, nice collections of free samples

2 years 5 months ago

nice shit u ve got ma nigga its cool