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What to do when you first install FL Studio!

When Fl Studio Opens up, a vst called Fruity Limiter. It is enabled default in your mixer and you should take it off before you make your track. Fruity Limiter is default in your mixer, so you want to take it off. You do this so you can hear the actual loudness of your song to get a better mix. Keeping the limiter on will make it seem that your mix is good. The loudest the master will go is 0db, but without the limiter you see the true loudness and that the track is in the red and above. Many people leave the limiter but you should want a clean mix in the end.

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