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MUSIC MAKING PROGRAMMES

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Hello, Can someone please tell me what is the best programme to downloadbuy if I wanted to make music. E.g - FruityloopsThanks

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Love the title, just sounds soo "NOOBISH" can already here you're polyphonic dulcit tones from youre post

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Reason

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reason, cubase , cakewalk (this is expensive though)

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everything u need to get started. easy to pick up and use and routing is as simple as plugging/unplugging a wire.
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fruity is good for drum patterns, but for melodies it's not that great, unless you have sampled sounds.I need a new lappy so i can jump on reason

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fruitys easitest to downloadreason is easiest to use n pick up straight away

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fruity is good for drum patterns, but for melodies it's not that great, unless you have sampled sounds.
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Fruity has the best drum sequencer and is the most easiest to use once you grasp the concept.Reason is everything you need in one.

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fruity is good for drum patterns, but for melodies it's not that great, unless you have sampled sounds.
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What's the problem mate?
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I'm just saying when i've used fruity i've found that the drum sequences is much easier & better to use opposed to creating melodies.Maybe i'm just crap at it and you lot are better lol

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fruity is good for drum patterns, but for melodies it's not that great, unless you have sampled sounds.
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What's the problem mate?
Do you mean the sequencer isn't very good for constructing melodies, or that the synths that come with fruity aren't meaty enough to produce a decent sound?
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Fruity has the best drum sequencer and is the most easiest to use once you grasp the concept.Reason is everything you need in one.
best drum sequencer lolstep sequencers are for children best dosnt = easiest to use
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fruity is good for drum patterns, but for melodies it's not that great, unless you have sampled sounds.
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What's the problem mate?
Do you mean the sequencer isn't very good for constructing melodies, or that the synths that come with fruity aren't meaty enough to produce a decent sound?
I personally, don't think the synths are all that great on fruity however i think the sequencer is fine.
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Fruity has the best drum sequencer and is the most easiest to use once you grasp the concept.Reason is everything you need in one.
best drum sequencer lolstep sequencers are for children best dosnt = easiest to use
so what...you record all your drum patterns in? seems like an unnecessary effortstep sequencers>>>>>>>>>>__________
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to be honest, unless ur after an old skool sound, a standalone drum sequencer like that thing in fruity, or the redrum alone isn't really enough for a decent drum beat. U need to use it in conjunction with the dr rex loop player, or whatever fruity's equivalent is.

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what do the professionals use?

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what do the professionals use?
depends what you mean by professional. The top ones normally have logic and pro tools, but that doesn't mean u couldn't build ur beat in ur preffered program nad then bounce the individual tracks for mix down/mastering later on.
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cakewalk and orion (synapse) i think someone correct me if i'm wrongEDITbmc what software do you use?

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what do the professionals use?
depends what you mean by professional. The top ones normally have logic and pro tools, but that doesn't mean u couldn't build ur beat in ur preffered program nad then bounce the individual tracks for mix down/mastering later on.
what is logic and pro tools?and how do u master the tracks to give it that professional touchI know nothing of this low me
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to be honest, unless ur after an old skool sound, a standalone drum sequencer like that thing in fruity, or the redrum alone isn't really enough for a decent drum beat. U need to use it in conjunction with the dr rex loop player, or whatever fruity's equivalent is.
don't understand why... you don't need to use pre-recorded loops to make a decent drum beat, and even if you did you could just drop them in the drum sequencer anyway
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what do the professionals use?
depends what you mean by professional. The top ones normally have logic and pro tools, but that doesn't mean u couldn't build ur beat in ur preffered program nad then bounce the individual tracks for mix down/mastering later on.
what is logic and pro tools?and how do u master the tracks to give it that professional touchI know nothing of this low me
The definition of mastering depends on which format ur releasing ur sh*t on, can mean anything from getting it ready for a vinyl release to getting the levels of each individual track ready for an album release. Either way, mastering is normally a process u apply to ur track as a whole (where as a mixdown is a job you do to each individual sound in ur track, eq/compression etc....) and if u want a professional job, pay a pro to do it!Logic and Pro Tools are both sequencers, Logic is only available for Macs and is geared more towards sequencing, whereas pro tools is more for recording.
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to be honest, unless ur after an old skool sound, a standalone drum sequencer like that thing in fruity, or the redrum alone isn't really enough for a decent drum beat. U need to use it in conjunction with the dr rex loop player, or whatever fruity's equivalent is.
don't understand why... you don't need to use pre-recorded loops to make a decent drum beat, and even if you did you could just drop them in the drum sequencer anyway
If ur gonna use redrum as a sampler then it's cool, but the level of control available if ur using the step sequencer on the actual module isn't really in depth enough for a decent groove. Also using pre-recorded loops u can cut them up/use for ghost hits ect...
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