How to Make Hardstyle Music with Fruity Loops Hardstyle Samples
Hardstyle is a genre of electronic dance music that combines elements of hardcore, techno, trance and hard house. It is characterized by distorted kicks, reverse bass, screeches, melodies and vocals. Hardstyle music is popular in Europe, especially in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
If you want to make hardstyle music with Fruity Loops (FL Studio), you will need some hardstyle samples to start with. Hardstyle samples are audio files that contain sounds such as kicks, snares, claps, hi-hats, synths, effects and vocals that you can use in your FL Studio projects. You can either create your own hardstyle samples from scratch or download them from online sources.
There are many websites that offer free or paid hardstyle samples for FL Studio users. Some of them are:
Looperman: This website has over 450 free hardstyle loops and samples that you can download and use in your FL Studio projects. You can filter the results by category, genre, key, date, bpm and more. You can also upload your own loops and samples and share them with other users.[^1^]
Screech House: This website offers a free hardstyle sample pack that contains 100% original and exclusive FL Studio hardstyle samples. The sample pack includes basses, claps, effects, extras, kicks, leads, melodies, screeches and snares. You can use these samples for any purpose, whether it's professionally, commercially or just for fun.[^2^]
Myloops: This website offers a free hardstyle sample pack that contains over 400 MB of hardstyle samples, construction kits, WAV loops, presets and MIDI files. All of these sounds are 100% royalty-free which means you can use them in your own productions. These sounds will work in every sequencer on the market: Ableton Live, FL Studio, Cubase, Logic Pro, Reaper and more.[^3^]
Producer Loops: This website offers a variety of hardstyle sample packs and sounds to download for a reasonable price. You can find hardstyle loops, samples, MIDI files, vocals, presets and more. You can also browse by sub-genre such as rawstyle, euphoric hardstyle or hardcore.[^4^]
Once you have downloaded some hardstyle samples for FL Studio, you can import them into your project by dragging and dropping them into the playlist or the step sequencer. You can then edit them using the built-in tools such as EQ, compression, reverb, distortion and more. You can also layer different samples together to create your own unique sounds.
To make a basic hardstyle track with FL Studio, you will need at least a kick drum, a bassline, a lead synth and some effects. You can follow these steps:
Create a new project in FL Studio and set the tempo to around 150 bpm.
Drag and drop a hardstyle kick sample into the step sequencer and place it on every fourth step. You can adjust the volume, pitch and length of the kick using the channel settings.
Drag and drop a bass sample into the step sequencer and place it on every second step. You can use a reverse bass sample to create a typical hardstyle bounce effect. You can also use the piano roll to change the notes of the bassline according to the key of your track.
Drag and drop a lead synth sample into the step sequencer and place it on every eighth step. You can use a screech sample to create a high-pitched sound that contrasts with the kick and bass. You can also use the piano roll to create a melody for your lead aa16f39245