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FL Studio 4.5 review (rewire host capability) (Jan 2004)
« on: September 01, 2014, 02:16:51 PM »
http://www.illmuzik.com/reviews/review-of-the-new-fruity-loops-4-5.970/

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FL Studio can now function as a ReWire host for installed ReWire devices. The host functionality is implemented via the ReWired plug-in. Each instance of the plug-in lets you host one ReWire device (to use multiple devices, simply add multiple instances of the plug-in to your project).The ReWire client sends all of its audio output to the ReWired plug-in. The client synchronizes with the FL Studio transport controls as well (playback/stop, song position) and provides the ability to transmit MIDI data to and from the ReWire clien - See more at: http://www.illmuzik.com/reviews/review-of-the-new-fruity-loops-4-5.970/#sthash.8alLSWB8.dpuf
« Last Edit: September 20, 2014, 03:22:26 PM by chrisNova777 »