If you’re a beatmaker or music producer working in FL Studio regularly, you’re familiar with the channel rack. By default, FL Studio gives you a 16-step channel rack pattern, but what if you wanted to double the length of a pattern you’ve created? Sure, you can start manually drawing in more to replicate your pattern. Here’s a tip to help automate this process if you’re looking to learn how to duplicate your channel rack pattern in FL Studio.

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Step 1

In the playlist window, you draw the pattern you’ve created, twice.

Step 2

Highlight both patterns you drew in or hit Command + A to select them those two patterns within the track.

Step 3

Hit Command + G

Major channel rack cheat code in FL Studio

Boom, it just merged those two patterns into one, so now you can switch up your extended channel rack pattern very quickly. And if you want to double that longer pattern, you could follow that same process again of hitting Command + G.

Learning how to duplicate your channel rack pattern in FL Studio is a major cheat code and one that is sure to boost your overall productivity and workflow within this DAW.  And if you’re looking for additional ways to boost your productivity in FL Studio, you might also be interested in learning how to remove folders.

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