I read it from some pages..
I read it from some pages..
Well for one it look so cheesy as far as the interface is concerned. That and it was never really considered a professional music software program when I was coming up. It was initially created by college students to create dance tracks from what I hear.
Anyway it's really not about what you use, it's how you use it IMO
I don't hate it, I just prefer not to use it.
I myself prefer using hardware AND software so a turntable, some analog synths, Maschine and Logic along with a guitar, bass and other live instruments are my preference.
Cant really use FL with that set up...
Last edited by KB The Mastermind; 04-05-2012 at 07:58 PM.
What can FL Studio do?
Audio editing and manipulation including pitch correction, pitch shifting, harmonization, time-stretching, beat-detection & slicing, audio warping and standard audio manipulation (cut/paste etc).
Automate most interface and all plugin parameters by recording, drawing, and using spline-based automation curves or automation generators with formula-based control of links.
Be hosted in other DAWs as a VST or connected through ReWire.
Live music performance including video effect visualization.
Mix and remix audio, including application of real-time audio effects such as delay, reverb & filtering.
Multi-track audio recording.
Record & play MIDI input recording from keyboards, drum pads and controllers.
Sequencing and arranging.
Synthesizer & effect plugin hosting (VST 32 & 64 bit, DX and FL Native format)
Hmm never knew it was considered a DAW... Can you record a live band on it like you can in Logic?
It may be different now, but I'm old school and as far as I can remember, it's always been a joke amongst producers from my era...
I mean they obviously changed the name for a reason (or abreviated it rather) cause who would take "fruity loops" seriously lol the name itself is as gay as its interface haha
Last edited by KB The Mastermind; 04-06-2012 at 07:01 PM.
Producers hate Fruity Loops because they do not know how to use it and/or those who know how to use it have ended those producers' careers. Ask Soulja Boy.
Last edited by Desire Inspires; 04-06-2012 at 08:15 PM. Reason: update
Omg soulja boy?? Really?? Lmao!!!! I don't even need to say anymore lol
It is a common misconception that many producers hate FL Studio....it's actually an excellent program despite the fact that it seems to attract the lowest form of scum.
its not important what are you using but how ...and if you like it use it.
All DAW's have there fair share of hatemail. FL is great in my opinion, I use it for making both Dubstep (with the respective plugins, e.g. massive) and Progressive House. Personally I think it was more made for Electronic Music than instrumental genres. My suggestion: Download the demo, try it yourself. Get to know it, and don't base your judgement off of what others think.
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