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If I have a helpful tip for you, it would be CTRL + Z,

Well, actually 2 tips.

  1. CTRL + Z
  2. CTRL + ALT + Z

Now, CTRL + ALT + Z allows you to go back how ever long you’ve set your undo knob levels for. I usually have mine set pretty high, just in case I want to go back in time a bit! 😉

Undo Knob Tweaks - snippet

The Benefit of Ticking off Undo Knob Tweaks,

So, without ticking the undo knob tweaks check box, you won’t be able to undo changes on your mixer sliders, pan knobs, VST knobs etc.  Just stuff on your playlist and sequencer.

But for me, many times going back in time with my VST changes, or mixer changes, is a must!  It’s been so helpful towards me and my workflow; we’re all humans and make mistakes, so a nice little CTRL + ALT + Z always comes in handy!

Since we’re on the topic of going back in time..

FL Studio also has the option of auto-saving your projects.  I’d take advantage of it if I were you, cause there will be a time something happens; either your FL Studio crashes, or you saved something awhile back and wish you didn’t!

Open FL studio and you can find this in:

F10 > File > Backup

FL Studio - Auto Backup

It may seem simple, but wow is it helpful!

Alright, so I hope this little, but HUGE trick, helps in your work flow!

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