[fruityloops] Re: DJ Equipment Raves

  • From: daniel wozniak <danwoz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 28 Apr 2002 17:48:16 -0700 (PDT)

one thing is that what if windows crashes?  i suppose thats one disadvantage.  
unless maybe you were using linux or some reliable os.

--- "Christopher Maples" <toda_v@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Sure can.  Arrange yourself a good PA system and u can take any gear u want
>to a rave. . . 
>Most DJs nowadays will like to add their own beats to a mix on the `tables,
>so FL would be a welcome addition, especially if you had one of those cool
>scratch mixers that sync up to beats coming from records and send it out
>thruthe midi port to sync up with other digital gear.  You`d always be right
>on the mark there. 
>There are actually several ways you could do this and enjoy it a bunch. 
>Hell, if you had two soundcards and were running two instances of FL, you
>could record samples in one while you played drums with the other, then
>aftera while, randomly created new drums on the second instance and
>crossfaded over so u could add new sounds to the first instance, and go back
>and forth like that to keep the groove going.  It all really depends on what
>kind of hardware/software combinations you can utilize in a flash, and what
>your comfortable with. 
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