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Creating White Noise in FL Studio Mobile: A Step-by-Step Guide

Feb 15, 2024

FL Studio Mobile is a powerful and versatile digital audio workstation (DAW) designed for music production on-the-go. One of the many effects you can create within the software is white noise in FL Studio, a popular element in electronic music, and used for a myriad of sound design applications. In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through the process of creating white noise in FL Studio Mobile, step-by-step.

Step 1: Launch FL Studio Mobile
Open the FL Studio Mobile app on your mobile device and create a new project or open an existing one where you'd like to add white noise.

Step 2: Add GMS Synth
Navigate to the 'Add' button on the top left corner and tap on it. Scroll through the options and choose 'GMS' (Groove Machine Synth). This synthesizer is included with FL Studio Mobile and will serve as the source of our white noise.

Step 3: Select White Noise Oscillator
With the GMS synth opened, tap on the 'OSC' or 'Oscillator' tab. Change the waveform selector to 'NOISE' and set the level to maximum. This will generate a white noise signal.

Step 4: Adjust Filter Settings (Optional)
To create a more unique sound, you can adjust the filter settings of the white noise. In the GMS synth, tap on the 'FILTER' tab. Experiment with the filter type, resonance, and cutoff frequency to shape the character of your white noise.

Step 5: Automate Volume (Optional)
For a dynamic effect, automate the volume of the white noise. In the Playlist view, add a new automation clip by tapping on the plus sign + in the top left corner. Choose 'Volume' as the parameter to automate and draw in your desired volume curve using the touch interface.

Step 6: Export Your Project
Finally, export your project by tapping the 'Menu' button in the top right corner, then select 'Export'. Choose your desired file format and quality settings before tapping 'OK'. FL Studio Mobile will then render your project, including the white noise effect.

And there you have it! You've successfully created white noise in FL Studio Mobile, adding a unique and dynamic element to your music. Explore more possibilities by experimenting with various filter settings, automations, and integrating other in-built effects.

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