"Someone said something about the I, ii, IV, V chords and I really still don't understand it, so i wouldn't mind if I can get a picture description on how I can quickly familiarise myself with it."
Hi.. I want to help you to answer your above question :
I used to fl studio long time ago, now I works on Nuendo. The simplest way for me to create chords in fl studio is just by plug my midi-controller devices and records those chords.
yap, the I, ii, IV, V chords is a abbreviate of a chords so we can call any long terms chords, like D minor we can call it ii chords.
Basically we have I to VII chords.
I want to example usability in "C based Notes."
- I stands for C
- ii for Dm, II for D
- iii for Em, III for E
- IV for F
- V for G
- VI for A, vi for Am
- VII for B
so if someone ask you to play these I,IV,V,ii chords, you'll play chords C ...... F .... G ... Dm ... with your "improvisations plays"
(corrected, thanks to Dom)