[fruityloops] Re: difference b/w f.l. and mpc

  • From: "Ismaa'eel Angus" <substance@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 10:08:01 +0100

Yo man..

I use fruity for hip hop.. and can get MPC soundin beats by careful
compression and eq...

Check out some of my stuff below.... if your label is interested... lemme

 http://www.soundclick.com/bands/espsubstance_music.htm  - vocal tracks...

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/substanceproductions_music.htm -
instrumental (some with accapellas)


ps... i use a crusty soundblaster platinum .. but it still rocks!!!!

From: <Forwonoh@xxxxxxx>
To: <fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2002 9:36 AM
Subject: [fruityloops] Re: difference b/w f.l. and mpc

> In a message dated 8/20/2002 11:19:45 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> andyebling@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> > When you say "better", what exactly do you mean?  The sounds have more
> > punch?  The timing is better, so the beats sound more natural or what?
> >
> > The sound you get out of your PC is heavily dependant on your soundcard.
> > Which soundcard do you have?
> >
> Yes, exactly, both the sounds have more punch and the timing seems better
> the beats sound more natural and smooth, seemless.
> Ahh... what sound card.  Well, unfortunately, right now I'm just using
> whatever soundcard came with my computer.  I don't think it's anything
> special... but that also leads me to my next question (and perhaps a bit
> soon, oh well) I'm trying to get a new sound card.  The only thing is, I
> want a laptop to go with it.  So, I need sugguestions - what should I do
> a sound card?  I have been told you can get adapters so standard sized
> cards can fit externally in a laptop (but this still doesn't really help
> choose).  I know that I want one with midi and good wavetable sounds so I
> make authentic sounding music.  Also, I had always just assumed I would be
> getting a PC (as usual), but more and more I hear that macs are better for
> audio (and video) production.  I wouldn't mind trying a mac but I don't
> to be left with no software or something.  Does fruityloops come in a mac
> version - or is it possible now-a-days to use PC software on a new mac?

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