|Author||Topic: Need a Website or PDF - Explains how to mix FRUITYLOOPS 4.52|
Posted: 18th November 2004 15:29
I got Fruityloops 4.52 and I wanted to do some complex mixing for some electronic tracks I'm working on. In particular, programmed res, cutoff, recording, automations etc. But this version of Fruityloops is so different from the old skool version, I'm lost in the interface. Is there a web resource or pdf I can download that explains what every button in the interface does? I need to relearn this version inside and out. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Posted: 18th November 2004 15:36
take some fruits and some loops change the s for a y and add some 4.52 to it.....
sorry I'm just an FL newbie like you and didn't even read your thread.... I'm drunk and full of excitment at the prospect of the weekend in manc
Posted: 18th November 2004 15:45
Just use FL Studio Help Contents - its very detailed. Start with Playlist and all its features, than Piano Roll - thats where all the magic happens And, of course, visit Looptalk forum for any specific questions, that is if you are a registered user
Posted: 18th November 2004 15:47
but he's right.... looptalk is cool especially the ImageLine Comics
Posted: 18th November 2004 15:53
I hear ya, Fruity is great, especially if you want something with a low budget that can achieve great sounds. Currently I'm using Waves Native GOld plugins to sculpt the different elements in my mix. But I need to learn those damn automation techniques to make this prog fly! Help! Please ! oh the suffering!
|Stupid American Pig|
Posted: 18th November 2004 15:56
you said low budget and Waves gold plugins in the same sentance
Posted: 18th November 2004 15:59
I guess that's answers a question if that copy is legit
Posted: 18th November 2004 16:06
Fruityloops is low budget, Waves, that is a whole other story, I found an old trial edition that is a couple of versions old, hokey, but it works.
Posted: 18th November 2004 17:55
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Posted: 18th November 2004 18:17
Why bother with an "old" and "Hokey" trial version when you could download an Up-To date trial version from waves? And if your waves gold bundle is on "Trial" you'd better hurry the hell up and learn your shit as you've only got about 14 days before the "Trial" expires.
Posted: 19th November 2004 07:39