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vaisnava
Tue Jul 05, 2011 7:37 am

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If you do not own Fruity Full for Mobile... try this...

Okay, I made the mistake of buying Fruity Full to use and try and mix from Mobile... I quickly realized how incompatible they are and how many hours you will be spending re-routing all the FX and separating the tracks from the 4 channels. Not only that, but you must figure out which FX went where, rebuild them (cause they load funky and weird).

Instead do this... Render each individual track inside your iPod or iPad song and export each track to .WAV separately into your DAW of choice... you can than assign FX and build things.

It may take more time at the beginning, but untangling the mess that is a busy .FLM project will have your head spinning in no time.

YMMV


nucleon
Tue Jul 05, 2011 10:05 am

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Re: If you do not own Fruity Full for Mobile... try this...

vaisnava wrote:I quickly realized how incompati...
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