Fruity Send

The Fruity Send plugin is a pre-fader send that allows you to extract audio from any point in a Mixer channel's effects stack and send it to any linked Mixer track. This differs from the post-fader audio send switches/knobs built into the Mixer that take audio from the point after the effects stack and Mixer track fader.

NOTE: FL Studio will refuse to allow Fruity Send on the Master Mixer track or to make sends that would create a feedback loop. You don't want that, no really you don't.


Making Pre-Fader Send Links

Fruity Send can send only to Mixer tracks linked to its own Mixer track. Use Sidechain links as this will exclude Fruity Send's host mixer track, pos-fader and complete FX stack audio, passing to the target.

  1. Link the Fruity Send's host track to the target track - Right-click the send control on the target track and select 'Sidechain to this track'
  2. From Fruity send to the destination - Right-click Fruity Send's 'Send to' control and choose the target track sidechained above. Pre-naming destination tracks will avoid confusion.
  3. Do you want audio from Fruity Send's host Mixer track to be heard? - If yes, turn up Fruity Send's Dry control to allow audio to pass through the plugin and out to the master.

NOTES: To send to multiple Mixer tracks you will need to use multiple Fruity Send's. There are two states for the Fruity Send Dry control (passing or not passing audio on Fruity Send's own track). There are two states for the link from Fruity Send's own mixer track (excluding Fruity Send itself) to the destination track (audible send or silent, sidechained send). There are also two states for the link from Fruity Send's own mixer track to the Master (audible send or deselected). That's 6 possible combinations, take a moment to think about exactly what you are trying to achieve.

Plugin Credits: Didier Dambrin