At 2/21/09 09:50 PM, liqourish wrote:
how to import sound samples into the FL's Browser?
Go to the sample, right click and select "copy".
Then follow this filepath:
C:/Program Files/Image-line/FL Studio 8/Data/Patches
At this point, I would recommend selecting "User" because that's what I normally use to hold all my samples.
After that, right click and select "Paste". And now you have added samples to FL Studio.
Secondary method is as follows:
In the general settings, there's a page that allows you to select extra folders to be read by the built-in browser in FL Studio. Using that, add the folder with the samples in it to the browser.
The Time-Wasting Disorganized method
In the sampler window (or audio clip window, or edison window, whichever one you're using), browse from there and add the sample.
Of course, if you're asking how to actually get new samples that you don't already have in your computer, you're going to have to download those of course. I would recommend checking out the audio forum rules section for some good beginner's tips to good VST sites and such. If you want to know where I get my samples, soundfonts, and VSTs, shoot me a PM. BTW, all my stuff is freeware.