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Speaking of fruity loops, i've used that on the pc many times but have more
recently gone back to the light side of the force (bought a Mac). Is there
a Mac program out there similar to fruity loops?
on 10/15/01 7.45 AM, shreeswifty at email@example.com said somethin'
> i suggested this about 6 months ago
> i would like to try
> Pat Pagano, Director
> South East Just Intonation Society
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Dave Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Monday, October 15, 2001 12:33 AM
> Subject: co-op song...takers?
>> Just wonderin if anyone wants to hook up and
>> do a song. Maybe 1 person do a section then the other
>> does the next and so one. Then maybe share some
>> samples. Mainly lookin for someone that can do good
>> hooks...the catchy/trippy shit that gets ya in the
>> "groove." I am great at trippy pads and over effects.
>> Can do some really nice backbeats and cool audio
>> effects type stuff. Usually stick to low tempo
>> chill/trippy stuff...but sometimes i like to speed it
>> up..make it a bit dancy. Really need a good
>> chorus/hook guy tho. Could come out with some awsome
>> results...cool when you get different peoples styles
>> going into a song.
>> Anywho, if you are interested email me at:
>> I mostly use fruity loops 3 and acid 2.
>> PS: I am pretty new in looped music, so i might not
>> be best bet for you pros. If you wanna hear some of
>> my stuff it'll be up soon on MP3.com. You can check
>> it out, artist name is "Grey Area"
>> "Everybody seems to think I'm lazy. I don't mind, I think they're
> y" -John Lennon
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