[fruityloops] Re: audio engineers using fruityloops

  • From: "AndyEbling" <andyebling@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 21 Sep 2002 19:58:18 +0100


Sorry for the delay in replying to your message; I just got back from a
weeks holiday, during which I suffered the inevitable
fruityloops-cold-turkey ;-).

>     Does anyone on the list know any audio engineers/studios in
> East England that support Fruityloops (it usually seems to be cakewalk or
> blah blah blah)?  I have got to the point of having a few tracks that I
> would like to take into a studio and get mastered properly.

I run a free mastering service (see http://www.freemastering.co.uk) and
accept .flp files for mastering.  In located in Surrey in south east
England.  Actually, .flp is my preffered submission format... not only are
the files much smaller to transfer around, but I can get in a tweak the mix
if there are any specific problems (rather than trying to isolate a problem
by eq etc in a whole mix).  I'm currently closed to new submissions, but you
can join the announce-only mailing list (see the website for details on this
and how to subscribe) so you'll be the first to know when I do re-open.

I hope to re-open for new submissions soon and will continue to master to
128kbps mp3 for free, but I may have to start charging for returning less
compressed or un-compressed versions of the songs/tracks.  This enable me to
cover the costs that I currently experience as a result of running the
service, however I have to get permission from my employer first!!

Hope that helps,

best regards,


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