Fruity Loops

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by mr_cal, May 3, 2003.

  1. mr_cal

    mr_cal New Member

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    Any1 skilled with this program? :hit:
  2. steed123

    steed123 New Member

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    I could not figure out how to use this program.
  3. Rankinfile

    Rankinfile Guardian Angel

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    This is definitely a program with a large learning curve. I find Cakewalk to be just like it's name, a 'Cake Walk'. Every new piece of equipment I purchase seems to have its own special learning curve and I love it when a program is simple and intuitive to use. I can't tell you how long it took for me to learn to use a Roland VS-880ex properly, especially trying to figure it out from those awful Roland manuals! But Cakewalk is just superior to Fruity Loops in its simplicity. JMHO.
  4. DryCountyGrl

    DryCountyGrl New Member

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    no, but the subject just made me hungry LOL
  5. Ralph'e'

    Ralph'e' www.ralphe.tk

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    *raises hand*

    www.djralphe.tk
  6. djloco

    djloco New Member

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    the only problem i cant seen to solve is playing midi files. When i import them, i dont hear anything..
  7. Tut

    Tut New Member

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    If you want to import midi in to fruityloops, open your midi settings menu, and in the box where you can select different midi output devices, select the one you want to use, and put it on port 0, that is the default port for all midi channels. Then, in the options toolbar, make sure you have enable midi output selected

    hope this helps.
  8. djloco

    djloco New Member

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    Sweet!

    Thanks Man:thumbsup:
    Last edited: Jun 3, 2003
  9. Tut

    Tut New Member

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    no thank you?

    :(


    :thumbsup:
  10. scotty3x3

    scotty3x3 New Member

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    I got fruity loops to finally playback midi thanks to the help, but now I can't figure out how to start my own midi or set the tempo to where i want it. everytime i change the tempo to where i want it, it switches back every time i click the play button. Any advice on that?
  11. nubble

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    you alter tempo in fruity you hit record and play and where you want to change the tempo you just slide the tempo indicator in 'real time'. Its a shlep but it works. Hey there might be another easier way!
  12. fawk_jo

    fawk_jo New Member

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    The key to make things sound good in Fruityloops is good plugins!
  13. zyxwv88

    zyxwv88 New Member

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    Heard a bit about fruity loops, but I don't know much about it other than the name making me hungry as mentioned above. Anything that it's good for that cakewalk isn't?
  14. Cry0

    Cry0 New Member

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    where can i get this program??
  15. xedeon

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    Fruity loops isn't that hard too use if you take your time to learn it trust me its well worth it!! :thumbsup:
  16. radstringz

    radstringz New Member

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    There's a short tutorial at www.studiowhiz.com that should get you off and running very quickly.javascript:smilie(':thumbsup:')
    javascript:smilie(':thumbsup:')
  17. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Number 26, is it? Well, what do you know? I just posted a link to the same tutorial not more than two hours ago.
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2003
  18. flint

    flint New Member

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    Fruityloop (Now named FLStduio) Is one of the easiest packages around. It is not very good for midi tracking though...

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