One final note about stages of filtration: generally the more stages you have, the better it is going to be. However, a lot of that will depend on how each stage functions and what it does exactly. Multiple stages will usually filter out progressively smaller particulates as the supply flows from filter to filter. In theory, that is a more effective plan, but sometimes a single stage filter can do a better job than multiple stages. It all depends on the makeup of the filters themselves. The main point – don’t get bogged down in searching for the highest number of stages. Instead, focus on what they do and what they get rid of.
Hello Petri! My name is Bill. I’ve been playing guitar since the late 80’s (finally picking it up again back in 2010!). I tried recording during my 20’s but didn’t really get any where. I’ve had FL Studio for the past 6 weeks now and I wanted to thank you so much for your video tutorials. They have been some of the best out there! no bullshit cause the overwhelming majority of tutorials really are bad. like they shouldn’t be there at all. Just wasting space and confusing people. You do it right, thank God. Peace, Love and dubstep! 🙂