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    Quote Originally Posted by Epsilon-144 View Post
    mixing on external consoles...? wtf then why do you have a daw?
    Believe it or not, there are people who have racks and racks of FX. Outboard gear. Those people route the audio tracks of their DAW to mixing consoles to do the mixing

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    ....and then, how do they record? record off of the analog gear? that;s fine, but there's no way that recording is going easily into FL fruity edition. ...or even at all. You can't record audio clips, and you can't drag and drop any audio clips into the playlist.
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    so you'll have to buy another software DAW to record audio, send the audio out through FL, to your interface, to you external mixing FXs, back into another software DAW to record.... lol what the actual **ck? why..?

    or record it off the rack, and that's it. because like i said earlier, FL fruity edition doesnt let you drag and drop audio clips/samples either so you can't do any mixing or mastering on FL when you're done sending the audio to timbuktu and back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epsilon-144 View Post
    ....and then, how do they record? record off of the analog gear?


    Audio gets recorded in the DAW.
    I didn't say it was an easy or sensible solution. Just that that's what people use multiple outputs for.

    Another use case is for example, to have two separate audio streams. One for the singer without his own voice on his headphones and another for the one listening to the recording in full.
    Or for DJs.... One audio stream goes to the dance floor and another one to his headphones where he can pre-listen the track he is going to mix in next.


    but there's no way that recording is going easily into fruity edition of FL.


    …aaand we are back on topic. No, there is no direct way with the Fruity Edition.


    so you'll have to buy another software DAW to record audio, send the audio out through FL, to your interface, to you external mixing FXs, back into another software DAW to record.... lol what the actual **ck? why..?


    It's nonsensical with the fruity edition. Yes. For that you need Producer Edition.
    But you said that this edition doesn't support audio interfaces, turned your argument to "it is not needed". And when I told you a few reasons why it is needed you started treading on the least important one.
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    i edited the last post, just a heads up.

    homie is asking about making hip hop beats (so i'm assuming recording/producing beats). if you're using fl studio for live performances....uhhhh, okay? ...why
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    i edited the last post, just a heads up.
    me too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sqito View Post
    It's nonsensical with the fruity edition. Yes. For that you need Producer Edition.
    But you said that this edition doesn't support audio interfaces, turned your argument to "it is not needed". And when I told you a few reasons why it is needed you started treading on the least important one.
    they're actually all not important, for fl studio.
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    and your other point was latency. Sending audio to timbuktu and back is going to add latency. the more shit you add to the signal flow, the more latency will be added. so, that's for your other point. ...and for your third point, what was it? i dont even care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epsilon-144 View Post
    they're actually all not important, for fl studio.
    If you don't care for audio quality, audio latency,... then not.
    It works without an interface, sure. But it makes making music a lot more fun.

    But like already said (again) that's not the point. The point is that an audio interface is perfectly usable even with the Fruity edition. To have one or not is for anyone self to decide.

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    alright here, you can 50% of an audio interface with fl fruity edition. ....but only have 50% makes it useless so.... no audio interface with fl fruity.
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