In this FL Studio tutorial we will explain how you can bounce or freeze an audio clip to a wav file in order to save CPU processing power.

Step 1: Drag an audio file or audio sample onto a blank FL Studio’s Playlist track.

How to Bounce Tracks in FL Studio_1 - FL Studio Playlist

Step 2: Route the audio sample or audio file to an empty FL Studio’s mixer track.

How to Bounce Tracks in FL Studio_2 - FL Studio Empty Mixer Track

Step 3: Left-click on FL Studio’s “Arm Disk Recording” mixer track option.

How to Bounce Tracks in FL Studio_3 - FL Studio Mixer Track Arm Disk Recording

Step 4: Right-Click on the Arm disk recording option to select were you want to save the final destination of the bounced or freezed audio track to.

How to Bounce Tracks in FL Studio_4 - FL Studio Mixer Track Arm Disk Recording Save File As

Summary

The option to right-click on the Arm disk recording will help you select were you want to save the final destination of the rendered audio file. After you have done so, this means FL Studio will render the final bounced or freezed audio file to your selected destination folder.

The end result is that FL Studio will free your processing resources in order to render your audio file in realtime without pops or clicks. Thus when you hear pops and clicks while producing music within FL Studio, please consider bounding or rending your music to an processed audio file or rendered audio file.

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