May 26, 2004
i've not had experience of other programs really, so i'm kinda unqualified to comment but i've just got FLStudio as opposed to FL1.0 or whatever shitty version i had before, and it is... lovely
i worked also a long time with fruity ... untill version 4.0 ... but somewhen i trought rather to use Cubase Sx ...it's mutch better to do Audio edits ... also the quality sounds different ... i think Fruity is a great one to make the first steps in to producing ...but somewhen change to Logic or Cubase ....
i definitely agree, i used fruity loops alot and loved it for a while, i still think its under-rated by many, tho i'm in SX2 now i still use it sometimes... all i can say is it took me alot of time and effort to be pursuaded into cubase, because i was so in love with fruity loops, but i'm so glad i made the change! there is a point in fruity loops where you can only make such a good quality recording, in my opinion. with cubase the level of production never stops rising.
think alot of peeps would disagree with ya imho fruity is a toy a good toy but still a toy!!!
get on pro stuff like cubase sx , ,logic , and creat somthing completly organic
It is a toy in the hands of children. As is Cubase or Logic.
Organic can come from any program. So too can shite.
Agreed here. I've used Fruity since the first version ever came out... I'm sure there's more powerful software but what Fruity has going for it is it's just so straight forward and simple. Yet it has desent capabilities. It means you can think of something, and put it down pretty much straight away without having to go through wiindow after window of shit etc... It's just easier to keep a clear perspective on what you're doing....more real time. Sorta....yeah. :bananada:
it need to sort out its mixdown quality.
it's a great piece of kit for coming up with noises n' stuff, but when you mix loadsa parts together, the sound goes all wonky and 'wrong'
also, Arturia and NI VSTi's don't work properly. :no: LinPlug stuff seems solid enough though.
edit: then again, they don't work properly in Cubase, but that is another story for another time
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