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Using your Focusrite Audio interface with FL Studio

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Last Update 6 months ago

Applies to: All Interfaces

Open FL Studio, open the Options menu, select Audio Settings and select the name of your device or the name of the Focusrite Driver if on Windows. You'll also need to set playback tracking to either Hybrid or Mixer.

You can change the buffer size on Windows from the ASIO Control Panel, which you can open by clicking "Show ASIO Panel"

Now go to the mixer window (To receive input from the microphone, go to an insert channel and select the input as the desired microphone/s:) and click on the master channel. Make sure the output is set to Focusrite (in this case we are using Output 1 and 2). 

To receive input from the microphone, go to an insert channel and select the input as the desired microphone/s:

With these settings, you can then press Record and Play to record your audio which will appear as a waveform once recorded (note that the 3.2 count in is turned off, which prevents the initial count in): 

You can then export this by going to File> Export and selecting the desired format. From here you'll be asked to choose a name for the file as well as it's location. This will then bring up the rendering window where you can choose what you are exporting and other details: 

When you are happy with the settings hit start to render. 

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