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Publié le 11/09/08 à 15:00
The only thing that really bugged me is that the step sequencer is a little too simple. The only tweaks on the step sequencer in Pan and Volume which makes it look corny as F***.

Price paid

$69.00

Its definetly easy to use, too easy.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The sound quality compared to music industry standards is sub par. FL doesn't support 24bit sound, in order to reach the correct master volume of the song, you must compress the hell out of it. Luckily I am a master of tweaks and am able to get close to great sound. Strengths as far as sound, after the very necessary compression of a song, you can export it in a hi-def wave file, which still isn't industry standard clarity. Overall I say that FL produces very good not great sound quality.

OVERALL OPINION

It's aight.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: MNK_D.S. ( 7-, 2005)
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