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hi.gotta question..well i was making music in my old pc in FLstudio..cant find Fl for mac..can i run it on mac?
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There is no Macintosh version of Fruity Loops.

If you have an Intel-based Mac, you could install Windows and run it that way.

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no thx..i wanted FL on mac..

thx for request
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I Want Frooty Loops To But It Sux Mac Isnt Compatable
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All you have to do is get windows Xp on your mac. And fruity loops will be accessiable.
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Why not just use Garageband? I found it to be just as good as FL Studio and it's easier to use if you have your own loops and whatnot.
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Ableton live is the way forward! It is excellent with automatic looping of samples in time with your project! Makes my music making life very easy! Although it will still take my lazy *** until I'm 76 to release anything!
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I cant tell you how many times ive had this argument with my dj partner we both used FL when we started then i switched to mac and started using Reason i always try to tell him that reason is better but he thinks otherwise finally we talked to a dj teacher and he said reason was better because if you use FL eventually what you can do is very limited but with reason you can do many more things so i think you should just forget about FL and move on to Reason or something else.
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