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    Fl Studio - Who Doesn't Use Fl Studio- 2-5 years the best daw on the market

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    I've been on fl studio for a good min' an i can say from all these users' ive lately seen pure fl studio users ' besides logic going strong on mac, alot users prefer fl studio cause how it easily you can create record waves and mess with automation envelopes so ez . Even a couple producers mention they dont use fl like for instance a new interview they asked pete rock an im not sure if the brought it up too. Preemo but thats besides the point ' my point is pete mentions fl an he kinda insinuates he doesnt like digital and he frouns on digital but some conclude the fact that analog is a dinosaur an they fear to adjust to the times, trust in 2years -5 years fl studio well be eventually dominating the daw market ' if u like it or not ..
    Famous producers ,too broke guys who cant afford it '
    who doesnt use fl studio
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    not again

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    I am a Fl Studio user and have been for several years. I also like to work in Reason as well. I think the conversations about who is best are pointless. A preference in DAW boils down to simply your personal preference. I produce all of my music in my home studio for the most part but I have also used Fl Studio to track vocals as well. I will say that Fl Studio needs some improvement in this area. Reason i love to mix in simply because I get a sound out of Reason I just can't replicate in FL Studio. Studio standard? I doubt it but with so many artists not even recording in traditional studios anymore does it matter?

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    FL Studio appeals more to people who need to draw shit into the piano roll with their mouse because they don't own a more efficient means of input such as a MIDI keyboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazenHotTracks View Post
    I've Been On Fl Studio For A Good Min' An I Can Say From All These Users' Ive Lately Seen Pure Fl Studio Users ' Besides Logic Going Strong On MAC, Alot Users Prefer Fl studio Cause How it Easily You Can Create Record waves And Mess With Automation Envelopes So EZ . Even A Couple Producers Mention They Dont Use Fl Like For Instance A new Interview They Asked Pete Rock An Im Not Sure iF The Brought It Up Too. Preemo But Thats Besides The Point ' My Point iS Pete Mentions Fl An he kinda insinuates he doesnt like digital and he frouns on digital but some Conclude The Fact That Analog Is A dinosaur An They Fear To ADjust To The Times, Trust In 2years -5 years Fl studio Well be eventually dominating the daw market ' if u like it or not ..
    famous producers ,too broke guys who cant afford it '
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    What's up with all these capital letters, man? It was a real pain to read your post.

    But, anyways, I use Fl Studio too, tried Ableton Live, Reason and Studio One, but FL was the one which provided me the best workflow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddream View Post
    the one which provided me the best workflow.
    and that is all it should be about: which daw lets me work the most efficiently or the way in which my brain thinks about music?

    because of this I use 2 often (cubase and reason, each offers something the other doesn't have, and both meld well with the way I like to thin about different kinds of music) and a 3rd (finale notepad 2k5a) for sketching
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    Preferences is correct.

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    Fl studio is a very good DAW you just need to know what your doing.
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    Uhhhhhh....huh.....

    I just use it because it's convenient for me. It's pretty accessible, and pretty functional IMO. I'll probably move onto other stuff later on, though, as I suspect with everyone else who currently uses it.
    Helvetica.

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    Is it just me, or do FL fans have a lot in common with Apple fans?

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