#2
FL Studio. You won't get any better for loops.
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#3
Yes you will. Like Battery 3 drum sampler. With cubase/logic or something that can do things as basic as TRIPLETS and THINGS FASTER THAN 16th NOTES
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#6
Fl Sucks It Cant Do Anythign Good Wrahahh
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#8
Having learned on Cubase, i find it the easiest, so i'd personally go with that.
#10
Ableton Live or Cubase.

I'm a Pro Tools guy, but it's not very suited for those styles.
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#12
I like reason the best, but download trials of reason, ableton live, and fl studio and decide yourself.
#13
FL Studio is great for beginners. Hard to produce something decent sounding though.

Reason is crap. Forget it.

Cubase/Logic are both great.

Ableton Live is my choice though. Somewhat different than typical producing. Most fun out of all the others though.
#15
Fruity Loops. If you want to make hip hop, you'd have to download some sample packs first, though, and probably some VSTs (synths). If you know what you're doing, you can make Dr. Dre sounding beats. If you're a complete noob, it will most likely sound like Soulja Boy.
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Fruity Loops. If you want to make hip hop, you'd have to download some sample packs first, though, and probably some VSTs (synths). If you know what you're doing, you can make Dr. Dre sounding beats. If you're a complete noob, it will most likely sound like Soulja Boy.

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#17
If you've got any time brah, check out Sound Recorder. It's pretty dope
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#18
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Soulja Boy actually makes his beats in Fruity Loops
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#20
Acid is goood for loops.
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#21
Definately not talent........ jk jk

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#22
it depends, if you do a lot of suff ith prerecordd loops and sampling you ould be bete off wth something like Acid or Cubase, Reaso an L Studio woulde easier if you plan on doing your ow synthsandrum stuff (but remember Reason cannot record audio at all)
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it depends, if you do a lot of suff ith prerecordd loops and sampling you ould be bete off wth something like Acid or Cubase, Reaso an L Studio woulde easier if you plan on doing your ow synthsandrum stuff (but remember Reason cannot record audio at all)

Propellerhead is coming out with a program called record for this purpose... try the open beta.
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#26
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Propellerhead is coming out with a program called record for this purpose... try the open beta.


I have, not impressed, it's still a closed system and is IMO expensive to justify buying when most major DAWs let you Rewire Reason in anyway.
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#27
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I have, not impressed, it's still a closed system and is IMO expensive to justify buying when most major DAWs let you Rewire Reason in anyway.

I see your point. I just like reason the best. I hated ableton and I thought fl studio was decent. What do you use?
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#29
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I see your point. I just like reason the best. I hated ableton and I thought fl studio was decent. What do you use?


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#30
Anyone here use Reaper? I have it but am a total n00b at it and don't even know where to begin.

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