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Fruity loops?

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Post by RayzerTH Mon Mar 02, 2009 6:45 am

Dusky wrote:One day i'll get a new PC with a quad core or something. With a soundcard... One i can plug a mic into so i can record guitar, that would be awesome. Very Happy

This is my latest finished work Very Happy
box.net/index.php?rm=box_v2_mp3_player_shared&node=f_259827448&single_file=1
i just checked out ur mix. it was really cool. Shocked the fl thing seems like fun, i can also see it being very addictive:P but ur version of the song was really good.
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Post by Kitwhirra Sat Apr 04, 2009 7:26 am

Yea I use FL Studio also. It is a great program, and it is fairly easy to learn also. Dont get me wrong, it can be very complex, but what is so great is you don't need to know a lot about it to be able to do some awesome things with it. You can download it from Image Line's website and use a trial version for up to a month. As long as u have an ear for music, u can use this program and make some great tunes.

Whats more is u can hook your MIDI keyboard up to your computer and play songs into FL Studio and it will record your entire song, note for note. You can then alter it and edit it and apply any instrument and do w/e you want with it. And yes, it is very addicting, but also very constructive, and a great creative outlet!

Pricewise, I believe the cheapest version of the program will run 99 USD, with the XXL package running at around 260 USD. And u get free updates for life. (No I'm not a spokesperson for this software, just an ethusiast lol!)

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Post by Kitwhirra Sat Apr 04, 2009 8:09 am

Dusky wrote:One day i'll get a new PC with a quad core or something. With a soundcard... One i can plug a mic into so i can record guitar, that would be awesome. Very Happy

This is my latest finished work Very Happy
box.net/index.php?rm=box_v2_mp3_player_shared&node=f_259827448&single_file=1

Just wanted to say I liked your remix Dusky. We have similar music interests. I really love the piano pieces in Dance music and thats why I love FL so much, u can program melodies without being able to play the piano. But I always have wanted to be able to play in real life too though because it can be pretty hard to mimic in the program what a real pianist is able to accomplish. Plus, knowing how to play will help me better learn theory and scales and all that good stuff, and maybe one day help me woo a mate. Lol. Razz

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Post by tjone productions Fri Aug 28, 2009 1:09 pm

honestly i learned that using fl on 120 tempo each bar is actually numbered and that in each bar are four mini bars within each is a quarter note and using that i am able to play any song the same as if i was actually playing. i play music proffesionally and i have written one album with fourteen songs so far. king so in other words FL rocks.

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Post by tjone productions Fri Aug 28, 2009 1:11 pm

pianohama wrote:
RayzerTH wrote:
Dusky wrote:Buy it online. Smile
Lifetime free updates and stuff. Very Happy

crap... i cant buy anything online, my parents wont let me use their credit cards. hmmm now this sucks. this fl thing sounds really interesting

or just try thepiratebay.com =)

The free demo works just as well. Thats what i use. You just download the demo its all you really need

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Post by audioskills Fri Jan 07, 2011 8:28 pm

Hi, I'm new and would like to share a link to some free VST's for you to use in your own music.
http://www.kvraudio.com/get.php Also, has effects and host programs like Fl Studio for free to use. I hope this helps.

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Post by ionas Sat Jan 08, 2011 1:06 am

I'd recommend Ableton (or Logic Pro or Cubase Nuendo/5)
Also Native Instrument's Kontakt 4 is great

If you need a free VST host on windows try LiveProfessor

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Post by VictorCS Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:15 am

FL is actually quite cheap, but I know cheap can be expensive if you're young or go to school. Aslong as one dont earn money on pirated software I do see it as a solution. You learn the program, you dont get any limitations, and when you can afford it you buy it and then you can sell whatever products you've made.

I see both negative and positive things about piracy. Lets say you download FL illegaly, you cant afford it atm. The company wont get any money from you, they wouldn't have either. But you figure out you like it, you spread the words to friends. Some of your friends will buy it. Some will download it, and they will again spread the word and make another bunch of buyers and downloaders. Later on if it doesnt show up any better software from a diffferent company, you will probably in the future buy software from FL's company because you know they deliver the goods.

That's enough of the piracy talk, but once upon a time in the last decade I was a kid with no money ^_^

I found that you can make music in fruityloops without knowledge of much music theory, but I also found that knowing music theory makes it much easier to play around with.

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Post by ionas Sat Jan 08, 2011 2:16 pm

I think there are EDU Versions for at least Cubase which cost far less but still much.

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