[fruityloops] Re: A wee intro

  • From: "amit wadhwa" <amit@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 02 Dec 2002 09:22:19 -0800

wow.  encouraging words ally.  welcome to the list. 

Alasdair Dunlop writes: 

> Hi All 
> My name is Ally and I've been using Fruity Loops for a while now and I
> make house, trance and trip-hop. It's superb and I get great results
> from it. I have been a cubase user for 10 years but now I have pretty
> much switched over to Fruity as its intuitive, easy to use and sounds
> great. I have a bundle of VSTi' and DXi's installed as well as a ton of
> FX although, to be honest, I tend to use Fruity's own FX first as I like
> them a lot. 
> I first used it when a mate gave me V2.72 and I thought it was a bit of
> a toy but after an hour I had it singing and dancing, I changed my tune.
> I use a lot of samples, mainly ones I have made up, and a lot of fx. 
> I've had a bit of success in the dance music field. My partner and I
> have released 4 singles which were played by the likes of Sasha, Digweed
> and Eric Morillo...which is pretty satisfying, we record under the name
> Universal. I moved from Scotland to Canada this year so the band is
> pretty much finished although we are both good friends still and still
> both continue to make music. I also make loops for a website who sell
> them to whovever wants to buy them, they are on www.soundoftheweb.com 
> Best Thing:
> The speed, the sound quality, ease of use and flexibility. 
> Worst thing:
> The Sample browser and the arrange window I don't like too much but
> that's more being
> Used to cubase...I'll get over it. 
> Links:
> You know them all 
> What I'd like to see:
> A mixing console built in...I hear that's coming in V4...nice one. 
> I'll try to reply to any posts people may have but sometimes its hard to
> get time being married. 
> Anyway enough about me, this mailing list looks like a good place to
> hang out. 
> Cheers 
> Ally Dunlop 

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