How to Use Soundgoodizer to Enhance Your Sounds in FL Studio

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How to Use Soundgoodizer to Enhance Your Sounds in FL Studio


How to Use Soundgoodizer to Enhance Your Sounds in FL Studio

Soundgoodizer is a simple but powerful plugin that can make your sounds more punchy, bright, warm and full. It is based on the Maximus sound processing engine, which is a multiband compressor, limiter and enhancer. Soundgoodizer has four presets that you can choose from, each with a different flavor and intensity. You can also adjust the amount of effect with a single knob.

In this article, we will show you how to use Soundgoodizer to improve your vocals, melodies, drums and bass in FL Studio. You will learn how to apply it as an insert effect or as a send effect, and how to tweak it to suit your needs.

How to Download and Install Soundgoodizer

Soundgoodizer is included in FL Studio as a native plugin, so you don’t need to download or install anything separately. You can find it in the Mixer section, under the Effects tab. Just drag and drop it onto any mixer track that you want to enhance.

If you don’t have FL Studio yet, you can download it from the official website: https://www.image-line.com/flstudio/. You can try it for free for as long as you want, but you will need to purchase a license to unlock all the features and save your projects.

How to Use Soundgoodizer as an Insert Effect


How to Download and Install Soundgoodizer

An insert effect is applied directly to the signal of a mixer track, affecting only that track. This is useful when you want to enhance a specific sound or instrument in your mix. To use Soundgoodizer as an insert effect, follow these steps:

  1. Select the mixer track that contains the sound that you want to enhance.
  2. Click on one of the empty slots in the Effects section of the mixer track.
  3. Choose Soundgoodizer from the list of plugins.
  4. Select one of the four presets (A, B, C or D) by clicking on the corresponding button.
  5. Adjust the knob to set the amount of effect. The more you turn it to the right, the more intense the effect will be.
  6. Use your ears and listen to how the sound changes. You can also compare it with the original sound by clicking on the green LED next to the plugin name. This will bypass the effect temporarily.
  7. If you are happy with the result, you can leave it as it is. If not, you can try a different preset or adjust the knob until you find the sweet spot.

How to Use Soundgoodizer as a Send Effect


How to Use Soundgoodizer as an Insert Effect

A send effect is applied to a separate mixer track, and then blended with the original signal of one or more tracks. This is useful when you want to apply the same effect to multiple sounds or instruments in your mix, or when you want to control the balance between the dry and wet signals. To use Soundgoodizer as a send effect, follow these steps:

  1. Select an empty mixer track that you want to use as a send track.
  2. Click on one of the empty slots in the Effects section of the send track.
  3. Choose Soundgoodizer from the list of plugins.
  4. Select one of the four presets (A, B, C or D) by clicking on the corresponding button.
  5. Adjust the knob to set the amount of effect. The more you turn it to the right, the more intense the effect will be.
  6. Select one or more mixer tracks that contain the sounds that you want to enhance.
  7. Click on one of the small knobs at the bottom of each mixer track. This will open a menu where you can select which send track you want to route the signal to.
  8. Choose the send track that has Soundgoodizer on it. You will see a green line connecting them.
  9. Adjust the small knob to set how much of the signal you want to send to Soundgoodizer. The more you turn it to the right, the more wet signal you will hear.
  10. Use your ears and listen to how the sounds change. You can also compare them with their original

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