Budding producers and composer wannabes should be familiar with Fruity Loops which is a popular Windows based music creation software and for composers on the go, great news because it looks like the iOS version of Fruity Loops is now available for purchase. The key differences between the iOS version and the full computer version is that the number of tracks the sequencer will be able to support has been reduced from 128 to 99 and the lack of support for VST’s, which we’re guessing is due to the lack of processing power from iOS devices.
However with 133 instruments to choose from we’re guessing that this app will still allow you to crank out some pretty sick beats while on the go, or at the very least you will be able to record your ideas and transfer them onto your computer when you get home. For those interested the app comes at a whopping 166MB download and for now it will have a special introductory price for both iPhone and iPad versions at $15 and $20 respectively. Check out below for the demo video or head on down to their website for additional information.
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