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Sourfox
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Ready to start, but where? Aug. 25th, 2008 @ 03:34 PM Reply

Alright, so I've always had the dream of creating my own sounds to use in various things, like movie projects, or general get togethers like parties, etc etc.

So I've decided to get FruityLoops, and after that I kinda ran into a road block.

There's tutorials ALL OVER the internet, but where the Hell would I get started ? In all shapes and forms, there are many tutorials, but I obviously wouldn't know which one is beginner friendly. Like Pixel 2 Life tutorials, they didn't help me at all really, so i'm hoping maybe you guys could re-direct me to a little something-something that could get me started.

So, can ya? What if I say please?
Please?

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Response to Ready to start, but where? Aug. 25th, 2008 @ 04:06 PM Reply

Well, if you ever have specific questions on stuff about FL Studio, you can always ask here. Experimentation can get you far in any program, but I think that WarBeats.com had tutorials that really helped me get to know the programs pretty good.

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Response to Ready to start, but where? Aug. 25th, 2008 @ 05:18 PM Reply

http://forum.bandamp.com/Lessons/29664.h tml

First search term for "FL studio tutorial" (without quotes) in google other than the youtube videos.

It's from the start, and what I first used.