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god1strecords
Wed Dec 19, 2018 10:16 pm

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Feature Requests for FL20.1/Future updates

Let's get down to business.
1. Having audio tracks automatically named after the tracks they were recorded on. (No explanation needed)

2. Having your data folder directory be organized based off the song you are currently working on, so that when you record Audio, (especially when having a dedicated audio drive), it goes to F:[Data Folder]/[Song Title]. Then you would be able to go straight to your audio files and do what you need to do, instead of the filed mess on my folder in which it is hard to find specific audio files. Maybe a whole rewrite of the way flp's are saved and project files stored might be in store if it wants to be more like other programs.

3. ARA support so that Melodyne can be integrated in FL Studio. I like Newtone, but imho its not Melodyne.

4. A way to time stretch audio and quantize it. Like PT's elastic audio engine. Or even Studio One's engine.

I work a lot with audio, but I love FL studio. The more I can stay in it without switching back in forth between FL and Studio One the better.

If any of those can be done, someone please correct me and show me how, that would be most ideal instead of waiting on an update.
Thanks!


Splunes
Wed Dec 19, 2018 11:48 pm

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Re: Feature Requests for FL20.1/Future updates

1. The current naming scheme doesn't bother me....



Comical
Thu Dec 20, 2018 2:01 pm

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Re: Feature Requests for FL20.1/Future updates

Recording in the Playlist is great but can FL p...



silikonanswer
Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:42 pm

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Re: Feature Requests for FL20.1/Future updates

Export a txt file with all the details of a tra...


jzero
Thu Jan 10, 2019 1:29 pm

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Re: Feature Requests for FL20.1/Future updates

I'd love it if there was a setting to change al...




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