You are doing an awesome collab with someone. Problem: you need to send him/her your FL Studio project and include all the samples.
What is the best way to share your FL Studio project?
Sending only the FLP is not enough because it does not include the samples you used in the project. FL Studio will look for these samples when your friend opens the FLP, but most likely, he/she does not have ALL these samples on his/her computer.
So, what should you do?
In order to include the samples of the project along with your FLP, you have to export the FL Studio project as a "Zipped loop package".
Well, thank you Edwan. But how do I export as a Zipped loop package?
With your FL Studio project open, follow these 4 steps:
- Click on "File" in the top left corner.
- Click on "Export".
- Click on "Zipped loop package...".
- Choose the location where you want to export that Zip file.
That's it! 🥳
The next step is to send this file to your friend. All he/she has to do is to double-click on that Zip file and open the extracted FLP in FL Studio.
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Source: FL Studio 20 Reference Manual