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Version 2.7 pips competition. A-ha-ha-ha-haa!      31/08/00

The FruityLoops Company has released version 2.7 of FruityLoops. This new version offers: an Integrated Beatslicer editor; an updated but rather badly-named LAME MP3 encoder for better quality; new instrument presets; 'Alternate B-splines interpolator in event editor' (no, us neither); and the use of presets (to envelope time wheels). 'FruityLoops is continuously growing in features. It started out as a Drum Loop creator, it became much more than just that,' says Frank Van Biesen, of FruityLoops. You can almost imagine him saying that last bit in a kind of scary, movie trailer voice, can't you? Anyway, if you're already Fruity, so to speak, you can get your upgrades for free. Seed your locator with www.FruityLoops.com for more.

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