When it comes to mixing Drill vocals in FL Studio, we have made a step-by-step FL Studio Tutorial Guide on how to mix vocals.
Now you may be asking yourself the question of How to mix vocals? Mixing vocals in FL Studio is very simple and we have made an easy-to-follow step-by-step guide here at ProducersBuzz.
When it comes to mixing vocals (Drill Style) in FL Studio, we have made an easy-to-follow guide. This also comes with a free FL Studio Vocal Preset download.
Check out our step by step tutorial below
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What have we covered in this tutorial?
- Adding Soundgoodizer onto main Rec channel
- Using Fruity Multiband compressor for vocals compression
- Using Maximus within FL Studio as a limiter and lifter on the vocals, and adding soundgoodizer again to make the vocals sound the right tune, have the right higher band frequencies.
- Added reverb and delay effects, we have also used a free to use and download reverb VST plugin “Panagement 2“. This VST plugin is required.
The vocal preset
We have produced a free-to-download vocal preset that contains all 3 effect channels within the FL Studio, the main rec, main vocals, and the reverb and delay effects.