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ProTools and Fruityloops

Discussion in 'Pro Tools' started by seven, Aug 24, 2003.

  1. seven

    seven Active Member

    I just got Fruityloops and didn't even think about it's compatability with ProTools...are they compatible, and if so how would I go about using them together...(by the way, I haven't fully read the Fruityloops manual...is this covered in there)?
    Thanks :tu:
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    You'll need to create the beats then export them as audio files into PT.

    Don't know if FL exports in a file recognized by PT though.

    Otherwise you can not route the FL outputs into PT.

    Only Reason with the Rewire capabilities can do that one.

    RTFM as they always say! :D
  3. d franko

    d franko Guest

    True. Fl exports is .wav format, which can be imported into pro tools. And yes, I too am waiting for the day when fruity loops and pro tools will work together.
  4. teej813

    teej813 Guest

    Won't FL work as a VSTi within PT? It does within n-Track.

  5. d franko

    d franko Guest

    Pro tools doesn't support vst. Too bad.
  6. teej813

    teej813 Guest

    Ahhhh.. Thanks, Franko. Maybe you DON'T always get what you pay for? :)

  7. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    That and why Digidesign won't implement S/MUX on the ADAT protocol as well!

    They're shooting themselves in the foot with things like that! If they supported more software and hardware protocols they could do a lot more business!

    Opus :D
  8. teej813

    teej813 Guest

    Makes sense to me. But what do i know? I'm a drummer. :)


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