In this post we’re going to talk more about DAWs and VST plugins. DAW stands for Digital Audio Workstation and it’s essentially computer software that's used for recording, editing and producing music. VST stands for Virtual Studio Technology and is an interface that allows for integration of software audio synthesizer and effects in DAWs. You can get VSTs that reproduce analog effects gear such as compressors, EQs, reverbs and delays, or better yet, VSTs that generate sounds very much like analog synthesizers but in a digitally reproduced environment.
FL Studio is an amazing DAW. It has a highly intuitive workflow and is stuffed with so many cool features it seems you would need a lifetime to discover them all. In this tutorial we will highlight some of the very best tricks and help you to get the most out of this amazing piece of software. Fasten your seatbelts. Here we go!