Sonic State Studio / Audio Software / Fruity Loops v2.7

Average rating: 8.4/10 out of 10

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Ligeti a Professional user from USA writes:
The piano roll function has been key in making Fruity Loops a much better tool. I find it's sound to be very limited to the techno/trance genre, but look who made it! Overall, I have a lot of fun messing with this thing but haven't really used it much for my recorded projects because it ends up sounding pretty generic. But techno programming freaks probably love this thing!

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Thursday, 14-Jun-01 at 21:38
Ligeti a Professional user from USA writes:
The piano roll function has been key in making Fruity Loops a much better tool. I find it's sound to be very limited to the techno/trance genre, but look who made it! Overall, I have a lot of fun messing with this thing but haven't really used it much for my recorded projects because it ends up sounding pretty generic. But techno programming freaks probably love this thing!

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Thursday, 14-Jun-01 at 21:38
moy a Professional user from malaysia writes:
hey try Fruity Loops 3. ifs got a piano roll editor that makes it easy for polyphonic note entry. U can finally use chords in Fruity loops. and the sample quality of Fruity loops 3 is much better probably due to the compressor. I create everything in fruity before exporting the complete wave file into ACID for vocal recording.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Saturday, 09-Jun-01 at 6:20
Tomy a part-timer user from Croatia writes:
Fruity loops can be used to make whole songs. And I don't mean the type you make yust for fun. I use fruity with a ton of direct x plugins,simsynth 2.7,drumsynth & do the finishing touches in Cool edit(for sound quality).I know that there is probably a lot of better(more expencive) software out there, but I yust don't need anything else.Fruity loops was made for Trance & Techno! P.S. Feel free to e-mail me or look me up on ICQ.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 04-Jun-01 at 7:55
rubik a hobbyist user from sweden writes:
I'm in love with Fruity Loops! I was making tracks with it right away - it's song mode, allowing patterns to be layered over each other is an excellent feature. The plug-ins that come with it are more than sufficient, and you can use multiple instances, to add EQ and compression to each track, etc. I won't give it a 10 because there's still room for improvement (it needs its own waveform editor, for instance - and could use a better interface for editing recorded continuous controller events) Otherwise, it is a terrific program that is worth more than the measly $100 they charge for it. I use it and Sound Forge almost exclusively, but I still try other programs all the time - and I haven't found ANYTHING that beats fruity loops.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 26-Apr-01 at 15:46
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