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How to build around melodies in FL Studio

Making melodies is tough and are hard to make. In this post I will try to help you pass the stress of melodies! Lets get into it. The first thing you have to do is make a simple melody that is catchy and a little ignorant in a good way. Once you have your base foundation of your melody start adding notes on the top of the melody or the bottom. Like this:










Then add base notes. The base notes make the melody feel alive. Make the base notes with no rhythm, just for the foundation of the root notes. Once you got your root notes, start to play with them and make a rhythm. And maybe change the notes in between.


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