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Average rating: 8.8/10 out of 10

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ta a part-timer user from canada writes:
i have fruity loops 5 pro. it is a good program for beginners but is quite time consuming. a lot of the samples are weak and it seems is not really made for hiphop. if you are into making dance or techno it is quite effective i have a few friends who do that but for hip hop it is more difficult. also very time consuming using the piano roll for chords although you can preset what chords u want to use u have to change every time u want to have a diminished chord etc. would not really reccomend buying it full price but if u can get it cheap or free somehow it is a nice tool to have mostly for drum loops. reccomend picking up a keyboard if you are going to use fruity loops and just use fruity loops for the drums and keyboard for everything else then arrange on cubase or something.

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 23-Aug-05 at 13:12
Tim a part-timer user from USA writes:
I have Fruity Loops 4 and it's awesome. I've done an album with it and numberous singles for local artists here. They can't believe FL was used for the beat.

Has anyone recorded vocals in Fruity Loops? How did it come out?

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 02-Aug-05 at 16:55
Dean a Professional user from USA writes:
Amazing program. In combination with the right slicer programs and having an experienced producer behind the realms, this software is exceptional. It covers the sounds you need for a couple hundred dollars verse spending a few thousand on the Roland MV-8000 or the Akai MPC-1000. The sequencer is a powerful tool.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Sunday, 19-Jun-05 at 10:57
piano-boy a part-timer user from romania writes:
I have some songs composed by my but i don't know how to promovate my music

posted Monday, 26-Aug-02 at 8:43
Digiphallus a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I've got v 3.3. It's a really nice tool for 4/4 based time signatures, but it has some serious limitations IMO sequencer-wise. I'm sure you could do 5/8 etc in the piano roll, but this is time consuming and an ass-backwards way to do it. Must be another way I haven't discovered yet. I like alot of things about it though. Like the ability to graphically sequence velocity changes and such. FX routing is excellent and convenient. The included VST instruments and effects plugins are mostly lovely. My favorite is probably one of the simpler ones, PLUCKED!, which can make some really tight virtual acoustic sounds. The buzz and metasonix plugins are really great for powernoise. The Ts404 is a bit limited, but sounds great. The WASP is ok, it's filter is the best part, very nice. All in all, it's a very user friendly program that will probably always have a loyal user base, Reason and Orion or no Reason and Orion. It does what it does, and it does it well. But I don't think I'll find myself sequencing entire trax on it. For loops though, definitely, FRUITYloops!

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 17-Jul-02 at 0:55
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