How to Export Individual Tracks in FL Studio
How To Export Audio Mixdown in FL Studio
An eMasterSound Engineer will add the best effect from premium professional hardware and software plugins that out weight the cost to you. So, please remove all effects, compressors, and limiters including all processing when you export your Stems. If you have an instrument or vocal with an effect you would like to keep, you may do so on an FX track but, please remove any limiters on that track. Vocals must be completely dry with no effects, compressors or limiters. Also, make sure you name your Stems accordingly and in order.
Ensure every track in your song is connected to a separate channel in the mixer. Follow the steps, and take your time to export Stems in FL Studio.
Refer to the image below with the connected this track named “Lex808_1” with channel 9 in the mixer.
Click on the track and then on the box on the right labeled FX, and change the number to a free channel on the mixer.
Great, all the track is connected to a different channel in the mixer.
Select the pull-down: File > Export > Wav file
The dialog window will pop up for you to name and save it.
This exporting example is named Tropical Trap.
We recommend creating a new folder, and then name the same as your song name.
Right-click, and create a new folder, and then name it.
Best practices are to use the song name for the title the folder, and then put Stems in it.
Example: the song is Tropical Trap, the folder name is Tropical Trap (stems), and which contains all the exported Stems from Fl Studio in that folder.
Select the folder, and then Save to export your Stems.
A window will pop up, then select Split Mixer Tracks.
Note that you can copy the same settings used here.
Once you’ve done that, click Start, and you’ll soon be done.
Verify you have a folder with all the separate tracks from your song.
Sometimes i forget to link one track to its own mixer channel, so its missing a folder! Ouch.
Just follow the steps again.
Zip the Folder
If you have no idea what zipping a file means, check out this guide on “how to zip up your files.”
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