FL Studio Mobile
Slicer - Slices audio files so you can play them from the Piano roll or a MIDI controller. Works best with drum loops or percussive recordings. If the wave file contains Slice/Region data this will be automatically used instead of beat-detection. Fruity Slicer offers playback, reordering of slices and time-stretching capabilities optimized for drum loops.
To load presets tap the 'Default' (upper right) and choose from the Presets List.
Tip - Tapping an empty Slicer will show compatible destination folders of samples the reside in (My Files) or (Sliced Drums) or any installed pack that has sliced samples.
Slicer: Loading a loop sample will automatically assign keyboard notes
to trigger individual sliced samples in correspondence to loop length & number of generated slices.
- Sensitivity - Slicing is based on peak detection in the waveform. Higher sensitivity values will normally create more Slices. Lower values will normally create less slices. For this feature to work, the waveform must contain transients. The default value is 25. Manual mode (M) - Set the Sensitivity fully left to ignore the waveform and use any embedded Slice data in the sample. Useful for pre-sliced loops.
- Attack - Soften the start of the Slice by fading-in the volume.
- Decay - How quickly the volume fades after the initial Attack. Lower value makes the Slice sound snapper, higher values allow the Slice to play to its natural end.
- Pitch - Changes the pitch of all Slices. +/- 12 semitones. The default is 0 (original pitch).
- Sustain - Controls the playback mode & duration when a Slice-Note is held.
- Off - Plays to the end of the Slice, regardless of how long the note is held.
- Hold - Plays from the selected Slice until the end of the loop/sample or until the note is released. Whichever comes first.
- To End - Plays from the selected Slice until the end of the loop/sample, regardless of how long the note is held.
- Auto - Automatically creates Piano roll notes to match the tempo of the original sample and Slices. Deselect if you want to add new samples or change the Sensitivity, but want to preserve your original notes.