Sonic State Studio / Audio Software / FRUITY LOOPS fruity loops pro

Average rating: 8.8/10 out of 10

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Jesus a hobbyist user from U.S.A. writes:
FL Studios is hard to use in the beginning but once you get used to it, you start comming out with some nice beats.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 20-Feb-07 at 10:54
Karnivore from US writes:
Also, for those who worry about their tracks being bass-heavy, they included this revolutionary thing called an equalizer with it. Use it. Eventually it will become second-nature that you equalize your stuff. That isn't a unique thing to FL, by the way. You oughtta be equalizing your stuff no matter what program you use. It's part of mastering.

posted Monday, 25-Dec-06 at 16:1
Karnivore from US writes:
In the beginning, FL is pretty good, but a lot of the included sounds are very "robotic" and don't have much realism. But, if you spend the time looking for samples and synths (and there are literally hundreds of outstanding synths and samples out there), and spend some time learning how to use reverbs and how to tweak instruments, you can transform FL into something that I'm not even sure would qualify as "FL" anymore. Spend some time doing this and you'll begin to be impressed. Better yet, you'll begin to impress.

I've got about 10,000 wav samples and about 70 or so quality VSTi plugins in mine, and the stuff I can create now is professional grade.

Also, don't let anyone tell you that it can't be used to make "organic" sounding compositions. I write mostly ambient stuff with a classical/baroque feel and it works great if you know how to use it properly. I've written the entire Little Fugue in G Minor by Bach on it which is an extremely complex piece, so I can tell you it'll be worth investing your time in if you're interested in writing/producing.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 25-Dec-06 at 14:43
sergio a Professional user from USA writes:
I been producing for about 4 years now. Fruity Loops was the first program I started working on. I have tried laying out arrangments on other programs such as reason, cubase and ableton. What I can say is that fruity loops is probably the most underated program out there. It has more capabilities then reason does. If your a software person, you can load Vst's right on the program. It's automation is user friendly. I basically use fruity for all my sequencing and then do a mixdown on either cubase or ableton. Lately i have been mixing down on ableton and my vocal layout on ableton because their built in effects are great. If your going to use fruity, I highly suggest that you invest in Waves Platinum bundle for your effects and investing in synths. Otherwise your production will sound like some cheap atari game.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 15-Nov-06 at 8:42
DJ Lewis a hobbyist user from canada writes:
i love fl studios but dam its hard to understand lol

but still ill get used to it but i would need a mentor to help a bit so email me if u feel to help a noobie :)

posted Tuesday, 03-Oct-06 at 13:26
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