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    Not sure if this is the right spot for this question, I think it is but anywho....i want to take a lot of my favorite drum hits/samples and put them all in one folder to make my own sample pack. I know the traditional way of doing this would be to obviously browse through my computer, find the .wav files of the sounds i want, and drag them into a new folder. So my question is.... is there a way to do this inside fl studio? Like take the sounds as im going through listening to them on the browser and drag them into a new folder in the daw. feel like that would be much easier than going through windows explorer

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    I don't think there is

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    Unfortunately there's not. It sucks, but the best way to do this is just on your computer outside of the program as far as I know.

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    I just made my own folder in windows explorer, with sub-folders for kicks, snares, claps, etc., and then made a shortcut on my desktop. You can drag and drop from FL to the folder pretty easily.

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    c:\program files (x86)\Image-Line\FL Studio\data\packs

    put your sound packs there. you may use it then inside FL to drag and drop the sounds you organised. Keep in mind that "x86" is for 64bit systems and "FL Studio" will have the number of the one you own, like "FL Studio 12" or "FL Studio 10".

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    I wish there was a way to quickly do that within fl studio cuz my samples are all over the place!

    Alas, there is not.

    Closest thing I can think of is opening the sample in Edison and saving it in a new folder from there.

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    right click any folder and you will get an option to explore in shell view, that will open up windows explorer at that folders location. then open up a second window and copy/move samples from one to the other and collapse the browser when done

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    does any one have a full version of fl

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    i have the signature version. I think there's one more above that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epsilon-144 View Post
    i have the signature version. I think there's one more above that?
    May I have it and is it a full version

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