Fruity Loops Mac
I was excited.
I’d been roped in by the promises of Fruity Loops and how awesome everyone was going to be when I made music. I was going to make some killer beats and make my fortune as a music artist.
Now I couldn’t play an instrument. But that didn’t matter when I was making the music digitally. I’d seen all these people making some amazing stuff straight from a laptop and wanted to do the same thing.
And my family and friends would smile and nod. Then put their fingers in their ears.
But I quickly saw it for what it was. Overpriced, overcomplicated and far too limiting. It became pretty obvious I wasn’t going to get anywhere with Fruity Loops. And after only a few weeks I was about ready to give up. My dreams of music creation shattered.
This is what most users experience. Some might well making something with FL studio. Most will give up. But I think it makes it far easier for you to give up. It sets the stage for you to fail – I think Fruity Loops is for wimps because it gives you an excuse to fail.
And I was using this excuse. I was giving up. It was too restricting. Too obvious my music was made from a program and just sounded bad. It didn’t stand out. I didn’t stand out.
Have you ever noticed that sometimes the most popular stuff isn’t always the best? Fruity Loops is pretty popular. I assume that’s why you’re looking for Fruity Loops for Mac in the first place. But just because they’ve spent the money advertising it doesn’t mean it’s the best.
In fact because this kind of thing lowers the barriers for so many people to compete with music production I’m not surprised that some of the better stuff is hidden away. We’re shown the same stuff over and over so we’ll quit and leave it alone.
And I was on the same path. I would have quit. I wouldn’t have discovered that hidden potential I had for making music.
And that’s when I met Pilliz.
Pilliz has been doing this for a while. In fact he does it for a living.
And he introduced me to an underground ‘hidden secret’ as he called it. An alternative to Fruity Loops which not only worked with the Mac but also made things a lot easier. It wasn’t bloated, it wasn’t hard to use and damn it packed a punch.
With a little practice I was making some actual beats. In fact I actually started to get a few fans very early on.
The difference was amazing. It was easy to use and I picked it up so quickly. It turned my keyboard into a keyboard and drum kit while I added vocals and a guitar riff with my mouse. It made high quality music easily.
And I mean actual high quality music. It could have some straight out of a studio.
Heh… my friends and family wouldn’t believe I created something like this. And without spending $50,000 on a studio. And I’d never played an instrument in my life. For that matter I wasn’t very good with computers either. But neither of these things mattered.
Maybe at one point I’ll tell them how easy it really was.
But for now I’m here to tell you that. What Pilliz showed me was so great I had to share it with you. More people deserve a chance at finding their hidden music talents and digital production is the way to do that.
You could have your first fan by this time tomorrow.