FL Studio is easy to use, popular, and relatively good, which results in a lot of people using it. Apply Sturgeons Law, and you end up with a ton of newbs using the program and making "music".
The dificulty with FL Studio is overcoming that stigma.
People gotta start somewhere, ya know? The are a ton of people who make "music", but there are the few (like me) who just continued to make songs until people started liking it, and now there's rarely a time where I post something and people are like "why did you make this?". Now of course I'm far from popular, but I'm also far from bad as well.
On a different subject, should we perhaps make a chat or something to ease communication?Considering how few people are online in this group at a given time, I would think that a chat would just make things harder.
If your talking about everyone involved, that would be nearly impossible, since people have things they need to do on a daily basis, and getting everyone to respond collectively on the same day would be impossible. However, if your working with your teammates on a certain song, and you want to chat about how the song should go, that's something I would recommend so everyone is on board with the idea. Not sure if it's going to go over smoothly with everyone, but I can only hope it does lol.