"I started using more of FL Studio’s own stuff—Harmor, 3osc, Sytrus, and a bunch of other underrated plugins. They do pretty much exactly what you want them to do when you know them well enough. But as all experienced producers know, it’s not about the car, it’s about the driver. So processing stuff, treatment and flair is often what gives an artist an edgy sound."more
When TLT is asked how he started using FL Studio, he says he experimented with different sytrus presets: > "I was hooked, I didn't know any kind of music theory or any knowledge in mixing or mastering, but I had music ideas that I wanted to express really badly for a long time, and FL Studio enabled me to finally do it, all the different presets in Sytrus were enough to get me going to try and produce my first songs without even touching the mixer panel, dragged it all into the playlist and then exported it into MP3s, I never felt any sort of limit to what I could do with it."more
"I do everything with FL: recording, production, sound design, mastering… The 3xOSC plugin, Sytrus, Fruity Slicer, Granulizer... just to name a few: all the Fruity special effects are sooo amazing. The drums and percussions programing directly in the pattern with a lot of layers is my favorite thing to do. It’s the best thing from FL to me."more
i got this thinking it would add some juice to my tracks. was terribly disappointed to find out that if i wanted to do that i would have to somehow force a physical orange into my project file
I've personally never worked with FM8, or any other frequency modulation synthesizer. Honestly, even if FM8 was objectively better, I'm too use to Sytrus to be able to do much with FM8. It's great for those harsh leads and talking basses.
This has always been a personal favorite of mine for the last few years. The sounds of this machine are highly expressive, Especially the string selections, They make for a good starting point in designing complex and haunting sounds.