When babies are born, as parents, we try to surround them with as much love as we can let them feel. We devote ourselves fully to care for them. We derived this selfless love from the day of our birth because we are born in the likeness of God. God loved us before we were born.
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Most of my friends who produce music on a regular basis also mention to me their love for the different beat making softwares out there. Some people swear by FL Studio, others by Logic Pro or Ableton. All softwares are good in their own way - but there's a reason as to why Dr. Drum isn't the software most widely used by professionals. It's simply not good enough. I'll get into this even more below in my review of Dr. Drum. It's simple. Literally no famous producers are currently using Dr. Drum for their producing projects. That is not to say you can't create a banger using only Dr. Drum. You can - except it will be a bit harder than if you had access to some other beat making software. Dr. Drum is perfect for beginners - but once you reach a certain level of expertise it's time to move on to another beat making program such as FL Studio or Ableton. So, to answer the original question: yes, Dr. Drum is a bad software in comparison to FL studio in terms of producing capabilities. Like I said, you can create bangers within it - except it'll be a lot harder. Why? Well, for starters
- no audio effects are included when you purchase the software. You need to purchase the expansion for this.
- no use of VST plugins.
- no expert-level audio controls.
- not compatible with MIDI keyboards.