Toxicator is right on this. You should get the Sample Content from your commercial CD, that way users will have good deal of samples to know what is on the sample CD's you sell. I hardly use any samples from FL content pack as they take good amount of processing to make them sound good where as the commercial third party samples I have sound good straight out of box. Apart from percussion sounds, you should also multi sample some good basses and scratches.gol wrote:Tox, you're a betatester! If those sucky samples are there, that's because no one has better ones to suggest. And because usually no one does anything until 1 month before a new FL release, where it's then "too late, it will be for the next release" (which never happens).What's the point of any of these?
I've asked several times to start doing the FL9 content, I haven't heard you commenting on that yet.
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