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    Fruity Loops

    Hey,

    Noticed that there are a few different Fruity Loops editions and packs,which one would you recommend for creating tech house, techno music? I'm only a beginner and have spent some time with the free trial.

    Cheers

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    I use FL20, has everything you need plus if your familiar with fruity already then makes sense. Check out some youtube vids on different types of DAWs though and see whats best for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURG3NCE View Post
    I use FL20, has everything you need plus if your familiar with fruity already then makes sense.
    I think he/she is asking if they should get Studio, Producer, or Signature.

    My guess would be get Studio and buy plug-ins with the $100 or $200 savings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 95 View Post
    I think he/she is asking if they should get Studio, Producer, or Signature.

    My guess would be get Studio and buy plug-ins with the $100 or $200 savings.
    Ah then yeah Studio. Sirum is a nice VST I would invest in that first, I love it

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    Went for the FL Studio 20 producer in the end. Amazing!!! Going to take some getting used to hehehe. Couple of years I would have thought. What I'm doing at the moment sounds shocking lol

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    You will soon pick it up mate, what really helped me was trying to replicate music, picking a track I like and trying to make it sound the exact same

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURG3NCE View Post
    Sirum is a nice VST
    Do you mean Serum?
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    Im finding the playlist turns chaotic over a short space of time. I've got almost ten different patterns over a minutes intro or so, cloning a pattern to add another element to the beat. Im obviously doing something wrong already. Turns into a right mess lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 95 View Post
    Do you mean Serum?
    https://xferrecords.com
    I did. spelling has never been my strongpoint hah

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