At 10/8/12 02:09 AM, WilliamSSA wrote:
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who is better?
For me Ableton is easier to understand, although it may take a new user a while to learn, it is definitely worth it. Once you learn it, its ease of use is very apparent, and comes through in your songs due to your ability to organize your song properly.
In FL, I found the windows to be a little to overwhelming for me, especially when trying to set up special effects such as sidechaining or ducking tracks. It looked very confusing to me, and I did not even attempt to learn anymore about it past a couple of weeks, as i found it frustrating.
FL has some GREAT samples though, and Abletons built in drum samples are rather dry and outdated, but not to say you can't just use samples that you have that are better, or even purchase some from Ableton Live.... really I would just use Addictive Drums, or Superior 2.0 for any drum track, UNLESS that is of course you have a real drum set, and a real drummer, then I would always suggest using them.
All in all, in my opinion, Ableton is more user friendly, and has way more capabilities by far over FL studios. I guess it just depends on how deep your production process goes.
who is more firendly?
Ableton has a website, and forum, and most of my questions that I couldn't find in the Ableton Manual were answered there.
who is more easy to use and why
See explanation above.