#1
so i have fruity loops studio 7


and i was wondering, can if be used as for recording, or is it only for like effects and loops?? anyway answers i just got it and im rather confused its rather complex, but maybe it just takes some getting use to.

any help would be rather apreciated
#2
You can use it to make beats/loops/songs. That's about it.
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#4
No. You have recording programs for that, like Audacity and Sonar.
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#5
ok well is there anyother free recording program liek audacity but bettter? or any torrent?that anyone knows of??, i have cubase xD but it stopped working=[
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#11
Do what I do. Get audacity and upload your recordings as new tracks, mix and loop with em. There are other ways to do it, but I prefer doing it this way for no particular reason.

I use Decadence, but I'll be getting Propellerhead Reason soon-ish. I wanna get my hands on a copy of Ableton Live.
#12
well i got sonar 7 by cakewalk? so that any good??? yeah nah my sound wouldn't work with it aye, denied =[=[ hahahah ohh well,

sonar 7 anygood?
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#15
Yeah you can definately record with fruity loops. I record through my line 6 toneport straight into fruity loops using ASIO4 all. it works fine. I like fruity loops it has decent samples and is relatively cheap. If you want a full fledged sequences/recorder i like propellerhead a lot. Fruity loops is amazing if you're on a budget but if you're willing to spend more money there are definately better programs out there.
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#16
If I want to do something with recordings and FL, I just record straight into Edison by selecting the sound source to mic in with ASIO4ALL from the settings tab, then proceed to editing the sample on Edison.

Easy and convenient.
#17
[quote="'Tommy[fin"]']If I want to do something with recordings and FL, I just record straight into Edison by selecting the sound source to mic in with ASIO4ALL from the settings tab, then proceed to editing the sample on Edison.

Easy and convenient.

What is this Edison thing? Is it with FL? I have v6 and I can't seem to find it anywhere...
#18
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What is this Edison thing? Is it with FL? I have v6 and I can't seem to find it anywhere...


Edison is a sample editor/capturer that is in FL Studio 7.

I have FL Studio 7.0.2 XXL Producer's Edition.
#19
Actually you can use Fruity Loops for recording, but you need a mixer board to do that. My music teacher has a $7000 dollar Kurzweil mixer board and is teh SEX.
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#20
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Actually you can use Fruity Loops for recording, but you need a mixer board to do that. My music teacher has a $7000 dollar Kurzweil mixer board and is teh SEX.


No, you don't need anything but FL Studio 7.
#21
[quote="'Tommy[fin"]']No, you don't need anything but FL Studio 7.


Forgive me, but I've only used Fl studio twice for recording, the rest was just making beats and stuff

So I guess the mixer board helps somehow.
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