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Meadows wrote:For that price, you get the XXL edition of FL Studio complete with half a dozen synths and awesome presets, and still have money left to buy 3-5 more Image-Line synths as extras, ending up with nearly 2000 presets and an easy-to-use, easy-to-learn, powerful interface that also has a large support community. Lifetime free patch/version upgrades for all your synths and the DAW itself.
derFunkenstein wrote:I went with Sonar because the interface is the absolute best available on Windows. Cakewalk's interface has always been pretty solid, going back to Pro Audio 3 on Windows 3.1 and Home Studio 9 on Win2k.
FubbHead wrote:I haven't used FL Studio, so... But it seems to me that the general opinion (?) is that that's half a dozen (if even that) pretty mediocre synths, and the 3-5 more you can buy for that price is even worse.
derFunkenstein wrote:there's a hint of "humanity" in the drums (so don't buy it for trance music)
derFunkenstein wrote:the possibility that I missed the point of a pun based on the title of the song.
FubbHead wrote:edit: Can't you use a "sweeping" detune (at a relatively fast interval I guess) with the drums, to get that effect?
derFunkenstein wrote:Before I go on, I will open the possibility that I missed the point of a pun based on the title of the song. The drum rhythm in the second one wasn't bad, but...ugh...the music. Just not my thing.
I don't think I got across what I was trying to say. What I mean is that the timbre of, for example, the snare or the kick drum can change slightly depending where on the head it's hit. There's a function built into EZ Drummer where it can do the same thing - ToonTrack took multiple samples of each drum so that you can hear minor (if you listen) details and slight differences on each hit, if you enable that function.
derFunkenstein wrote:The biggest mistake I made when starting out is that I'd have to have a drummer with 3 and 4 arms.
derFunkenstein wrote:Alright, as soon as I get some spare cash, I've been convinced, I'll pick up DFH as soon as I have cash again. I can't imagine I'll ever need another drum VST again. Session drummer and the Roland TTS are OK, but EZ Drummer by itself is awesome, and if DFH is as professional as it sounds, it'll be an awesome add-on.
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