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    lol, there's a registration key that only works once. It's the full FL Studio, but I don't have all of the plug-ins and VSTs. I buy those separately.
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    Yeh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epsilon-144 View Post
    lol, there's a registration key that only works once. It's the full FL Studio, but I don't have all of the plug-ins and VSTs. I buy those separately.

    I can get the plug ins and all that i just need a full version

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    In fl I know you can load a drumsound in your channel rack than locate where it is in your windows folder. That doesnt solve the problem, but I find it to be a quick way to locate the sound you want if you want to put it in a new folder

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    1.Create a new folder where your packs are
    2. After loading your sound click it and there should be a wav of the sound under where you normalize, reverse etc.
    3. Click and hold the wav then drag it to your new folder

    Iím on FL 10 hope this helps.

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