Is there an online college that teaches you about how to make music using fl stu

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  1. flashmakeit profile image65
    flashmakeitposted 6 years ago

    Is there an online college that teaches you about how to make music using fl studio

  2. Doc Snow profile image94
    Doc Snowposted 6 years ago

    Probably not--it usually doesn't make sense to create an "online college" around a specific product (which I'm assuming "fl studio" is.)  You may find some blogging about it, if it's a popular product, though--and some manufacturers set up user's forums online, which can be useful.  Sometimes people are just incredibly willing to help in that scenario.

    There are a number of good Hubs about music basics--I've written about harmony, and I've seen some very good Hubs about how music is structured and so forth.  You may be interested to check out some of them for background info in addition to the specific help you're looking for.

    Good luck!

  3. Craig Suits profile image75
    Craig Suitsposted 6 years ago

    Hiya Flash...
    I don't know a thing about Fl Studio, but I can tell you this:
    I'm 70 now and since I was a kid I've been playing guitar, drums, and a little keyboard. The best and only way to learn music is by playing it. Playing it with other musicians is also a must. If your just starting, and you have an instrument that's not a tuba or a French horrn, get with other players and choose music you can understand like 50's stuff. Music that's easy to play along with and learn as you go. You'll get good quickly and you'll have the best times you couldn't buy with a billion dollars.
    Then again, if you get a chance to go to Juliard....GO.
    This is it in a nutshell:

    Two musicians meet on a street in NYC.
    The one guy says:
    "Hey man, could you tell me how to get to Carnegy Hall?"
    The other guy says:
    "Practise baby....practise"..........

  4. Jools99 profile image91
    Jools99posted 6 years ago

    You won't find an Online College but there is a great and supportive digital music community online if you go looking for it.  Go to You Tube - you should find some Fruity Loops stuff on there and then do a Google search on "Learning To Use FLStudio" and I'm sure you'll turn up some good sites.  Good Luck.

  5. Audiogeek profile image77
    Audiogeekposted 6 years ago

    The general purpose of such user friendly interface music software is its simplicity. You can easily learn FL just by reading the guide that comes along the software and more important: To work with it!

    Just throw in something! You might just create music...


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