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Iskandar Reza
30-06-2002, 22:30:09
I mean is it as easy to use as FruityLoops?

Funkodrom
01-07-2002, 08:30:25
Adam Bomb is the guy to ask about that. I've used it as the person who's at the other end of the lead playing guitar but not the guy who presses the keys and clicks the mouse.

Darkstar
01-07-2002, 09:39:10
I know my cousin Nathan uses it. And my Dad uses it. Both are keyboardists. And it's about the only softare I have heard of and know it's name (in music software).

But how good? More power or just easier to learn and use then FL? Vincent or RC might know...

Funkodrom
01-07-2002, 09:41:53
I think it's good for Instrument recording. Adam Bomb uses it to record guitar and bass parts then combines them with drum tracks from Reason.

Adam Bomb
01-07-2002, 11:17:19
It all depends on what you are using the software for. If you are multi tracking audio it is a good pro package although Steinberg Nuendo is better but I don't know about it's midi capabilities. If you are running a home studio on an average computer, I would go for Cakewalk Home Studio 2002 for audio. If you are You can easily download software for free using edonkey. www.edonkey.com
Other packages I recommend are Sound Forge, Recycle 2, Reason.

Sean
01-07-2002, 11:21:27
Originally posted by Adam Bomb
You can easily download software for free using edonkey. www.edonkey.com

Tea-leaf.

Iskandar Reza
03-07-2002, 05:13:13
Hey thanks, cool. I'll go out and buy them instead. Since it's virtually impossible to buy original software here..... and the price is 1/10th original.....