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Eliminating White Noise in FL Studio Samples

Jan 23, 2024

If you're a music producer working in FL Studio, then you're no stranger to white noise in a sample. White noise can be a frustrating issue to tackle, often causing muddy or unclear audio tracks. With a few simple steps, you can easily eliminate white noise and take your music production to the next level. In this article, we'll walk you through the easiest way to remove white noise in a sample while working in FL Studio.

  1. Open FL Studio and load the sample containing white noise into the designated plugin, such as Edison or Sampler.

  2. Enable the parametric equalizer (PEQ), which can be found in the mixer window, by selecting an effect slot and assigning it to Fruity Parametric EQ 2.

  3. Open the parametric equalizer and locate the section where the white noise is most prominent in your sample. This is typically found in the higher frequencies (above 10 kHz).

  4. Adjust the frequency band's gain to decrease white noise. Begin by selecting the highest band (typically band 7 in the PEQ) and lower the gain to reduce the white noise.

  5. If the white noise is still evident, continue adjusting the surrounding frequency bands to further minimize its impact on your sample.

  6. Finally, when you have sufficiently reduced the white noise, close the parametric equalizer by clicking the 'x' in the top right corner. It's time to get back to making music!

By following these steps, you can quickly and easily remove white noise in your FL Studio samples. Once you've cleaned up your tracks, you'll find yourself with a clearer, more polished final product. So go ahead and give it a shot - you may be surprised at how much of a difference it makes in your music production.

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