Below is a collection of FL Studio Project Files for Future Bass. These are also called FLPs (in reference to the file extension for FL Studio being .flp).
Now before I jump in, just want to clarify that Future Bass Project Files and Future Bass Sample Packs are two different beasts, although you would use a sample pack in a project file.
I went ahead and gathered the best Future bass project files I could find from sources like YouTube and put them in one place for you to download.
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If you benefitted in anyway from these project files, be sure to leave a comment on the Youtube video saying “NoDusk sent me”.
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If you really want to bring your production game to the next level, check out our future bass tutorials as well.
These range from packs produced by NoDusk to various other artists I personally admire.
Free FL Studio Project Files (Future Bass)
Project Files are a great way to get your feet wet when taking on a new genre – Especially Future Bass.
Use the FLPs as a starting point. Try to deconstruct the entire song instrument by instrument, then recreate it with your own spin.
It’s a great experiment and usually helps you skip around having a creative block.
Pro Tip: Download a midi file from an old video game, personally I love using Midi files from Zelda. Toy around with it for a while. See if you can create a drop by using it as the bass.
Project files are probably one of the fastest ways to get better at idiom music production. Period.
I remember when I was first starting out, these were extremely hard to get a hold of, at least for free.
Take advantage and download as many as you can, because it will definitely make your production skill jump a few levels very quickly.
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