How To Load VSTi Into FL Studio And Start Making Music


how to load vsti into fl studio

Here’s another simple video tutorial showing how easy it is to load VSTi plugin into FL Studio and start making music. The VSTi I’m using in this example is Native Instruments Massive – which is easily one of the best VST synths out there for all kinds of leads, fx, pads and weird synth sounds used in electronic music.


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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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Hey Petri!

First of all, congratulations for this awesome website and great tutorials!

Secondly, I’d like to ask for your help.
When I try to use Massive’s preset “Happy weekend” (and some others), I get two different sounds.
One when I hit my keyboard and hold it for a nice groovy beat, and another plain sound when I put it on the Piano Roll.

I believe this is simple to solve, but I can’t figure how. I think it’s similar to the Envelope trick with samples (when you enable/disable to get a single sound per hit or a continuous sound on hold).

Thanks in advance!


Hehe, I found it!

It’s a button called “Extern sync”, you need to turn it off to get the continuous melody.
Well, this is very strange because the option below in Massive’s window is called “Stop ‘Hold’ env” which makes more sense I believe.

Maybe it’s a bug?