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Average rating: 9.0/10 out of 10

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NNY from canada writes:
oh hehe i didnt see that on the bottom :P look 9!!! | V

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 21-Oct-03 at 5:35
NNY a part-timer user from Canada writes:
FLStudio producers edition is the one i use and it rox soo freaking much! u can do some wickked EBM/darkwave/industrial given the right samples/tweakings u got an arpeggiator.. u can slide notes.. u can loop samples and adjust them so they r on time/dont sound wonky.. the new mixer is awesome! u can set up certain fx channels and blend them with any other channel with a tweak knob.. and it has a 3 way parametric EQ for each channel!(wish it was 4 way though).. u can record synth input.. ( i dont have a synth to try that with though :( ) the great thing about this prog is ya dont need to have a synth to use it, like some of the competition.. fruityloops in my opinion is the simplist to use.. the tutorials are awesome (they r interactive for the most part) it may take u like 5 min to get used to the new layout if changing from fruityloops 2.5 - 3.0+ but that doesnt really matter cuz the new layout is way better and u can now stretch the display to show all the steps rather than having to scroll and go back and make sure it looks right i hated that about 2.5.. new FL studio is the shizit! only one real complaint though.. the notes dont actually change, they just bend up. if they fixed this to have real notes with every sample it woudl sound way more professional.. but then again sometimes that change in the voice of the sound is usefull cuz sometimes it can sound just cool! but sometiems especially with long samples it will make them longer or shorter changing the tempo as it does so its really annoying.. but if they did that it might ruin fruityloops ability to use wave files and such.. which is really a great thing.. u can get wavs anywhere and u can make them.. rather than buying sample packs from them and otehr producers.. if fruity does decide to do this id suggest having a built in wav converter to the new system file.. cuz im sure it wont be wave anymore.. (tooo much space!) that way they will still be able to kick some butt and make customers really happy :D like me! i give it a 9/10 if i could

posted Tuesday, 21-Oct-03 at 4:57
Daniel from usa writes:
I like it alot ! Tha only thing I would add/change is a more powerful wave editor (more options,tools,etc)

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 16-Oct-03 at 14:6
DaMoan from USA writes:
I've used fruity since it was just pretty much a drum machine. The new FL studio 4 is nuts! It's reached the point where you can make some real quality songs with it.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 15-Oct-03 at 14:25
Silber Kasten a part-timer user from Canada writes:
I'm impressed. I tried the version 2 a couple of years ago and a lot of stuff was missing to be a good all around software. But now it can give high level competition to almost any software. And for the price it is unbeatable. I think that image line people did a really good job.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 14-Oct-03 at 10:10
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