Recording vocals is one of the important steps in making a song successful; you can produce a hit song just with a good beat. You have to all the elements of the song working together as a machine to pull off a hit.
If you are considering FL studio for recording vocals and using it as music production software there are some things you have to consider before you even invest money into this.
In this article, I will go through different functions that are prominent in FL studio and functions that are mediocre in FL studio so you can make a valid choice of whether to use FL studio or not.
If you are looking for a short answer to this question,
Yes, FL studio id good for vocals as it provides all the audio editing capabilities to record, mix and master a song. FL studio has all-around abilities in recording music.
FL studio versions without recording
If you have never invested in learning fl studio you won’t know that fl studio has three versions of software licenses that they provide for their users.
According to these versions, the fruity version which is the intro version of fl studio which comes at 99$ doesn’t allow you to record external audio into the software.which is a huge bummer when compared to Ableton for its intro license allows you to record multiple audio and midi tracks.
You have to invest in the producer edition of the fl studio to have access to the audio recording ability.
Maslin JE is a Music Producer/Composer Who has been working in the Music Industry for over 10 years. Having an evolution from being a church keyboardist to becoming a full-time entrepreneur he has gained an abundance of experience in music production and entrepreneurship.