If you’ve ever searched online for how to do something in FL Studio, chances are, you’ve seen American producer Larry Ohh’s face. Larry is one of the most active and vibrant personalities on social media and is known for his daily tips & tricks for music producers, using his favorite DAW, FL Studio. Larry’s specialty is in Hip Hop, and he’s a talented and versatile music producer in his own right. We’ve enjoyed getting to know Larry over the years, and are pleased to welcome him as an official FL Studio Power User, something that is well deserved! Read on to learn more about his background.
Larry Ohh – Reverse Reverb Vocal Trick in FL Studio
Tell us about yourself and how you got into music.
What got me into music was my obsession with hard-hitting bass in hip-hop/rap beats. I wanted to figure out how producers created that sound that hit so hard, and I quickly became obsessed with trying to figure out how to make beats like that. I started researching online for the best programs to create beats in, which is what led me to FL Studio.
How did you start using FL Studio & what does it mean to your productions?
I started using FL Studio 4 as my first DAW to create my beats. As soon as I started using it, I instantly knew that this was the program for me. The workflow and how user-friendly it was to me in the very beginning are what made it so easy to start getting my ideas out.
Larry Ohh – How to TUNE VOCALS like a PRO (FL STUDIO)
Tell us about your work and some of the artists you have worked with.
Over the last 18 years of using FL Studio, I’ve worked with hundreds of studio clients, my own band, and tons of amazing well-known artists I’ve met along the way. To name a few, I’ve worked with Peter Piffen, Drama B, Cory Gunz, Hi-Rez, and more. I’ve also had songs released with labels such as Tribal Trap, Trap City, and so many more!
Tell us about your production environment and the gear you use.
For my gear, I am very “in the box”, so I like a lot of software and plugins. I love the FL Studio stock plug-ins and what they offer. I think as a music producer, especially starting out and even as your career advances, there are so many great stock FL studio plug-ins that you really don’t need to go too far out into the third-party plug-ins. I love using Gross Beat, as well as Patcher for mixing and instrument plug-ins, and especially the FLEX plugin for instruments.