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Re: Loopers-Delight-d Digest V01 #613
I don't really know Fruity Loops very well, but I do know Rebirth 338.
Frankly, it's a bit clumsey in my opinion. Can't imput note info via
midi in real time. Why? Because they're hanging on to an interface of
a piece of hardware that's long gone. Current hardware from Roland DOES
let you do this. Perhaps Rebirth 338 should try and emulate the newer
hardware with that vintage sound.
someone on the list posted this when I asked a similar question. Seems
like they've missed their demo release date (was friday) but it looks
pretty damn cool:
philip raath wrote:
> my friend was pondering this and our solution (one of
> many, i'm sure) was steinburg rebirth.
> the reasons were
> 1. i think overall it is a superior program. the synth
> programing is more intuitive for musicians. of course
> that's only my opinion.
> 2. rebirth has the "mod" functions that allow you to
> expand it beyond the tr909 default and program with
> your own samples, just like fruityloops. to my habits
> the effects section is also much more accesible and
> hope this is helpful,
> take care,
> > From: Mike Feeney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > To: "Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com"
> > <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> > Subject: Fruity loops
> > 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?
> > Thanks!
> > Mike
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