Jun. 27th, 2012 @ 12:30 PM
At 6/27/12 12:07 PM, BB-7 wrote:
Im considering switching from FL Studio to another alternative so my music's quality doesn't sound shitty. Let's say a price range of $10-$200.
P.S., I'm not taking Abelton Live as a answer.
Why do so many people think FL is a bad program? Jesus Christ, do you not know that some of the most popular music artists on here like F-777 and mainstream artists like Deadmau5 use FL Studio? A lot of very talented people in this forum use FL too.
It's not the software that determines the music you make. It's you. If you want your music to sound better, get better at it yourself. Practise regularly, gain experience, get constructive feedback, try new genres of music, get new VSTs and samples, listen to a wide variety of music, take part in collabs, competitions and other audio-related activities, and watch tutorials/do research on features you might not be aware of.
THAT will make your music improve. Valid reasons to change DAW are because you prefer the interface of the other DAW or you prefer how that other DAW handles a particular feature. I guarantee that changing your DAW now will not make your music magically improve. FL is a great program in any case, with a user-friendly interface and excellent sequencer. Spending hundreds of dollars on another DAW with the hopes of it improving your music when you're used to FL Studio is crazy.
Besides, with that budget the most you can get is software like DubTurbo. Now that kind of software is a lot more limited than FL Studio.