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Published on 01/18/06 at 03:40
- Easy installation
- No incompatibilities

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Hello, I use fruity loops for several years now. I started using version 3.x ... finally bought version 5.0 and now be passed to version 6.0.
Fruity loops is complete even if the price is interesting, it is very comprehensive, can create music of all types, not just techno or electronica music. the principle to add plugins (VST, DXI ...) is very significant.
This is much more intuitive and easier to learn than other software on the market. Racords a MIDI keyboard or a MIDI controller you can control and fruity loops with no problems. Live its function can play your compositions live and to monitor in real time most of the parameters of the various instruments via keyboard or mouse or biensur MIDI control.
The best way to prove this is to use it, for that you can download the demo version that is other than the full version without the ability to save your compositions.

OVERALL OPINION

Finally, I have all the board, try!
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