Fruity Loops

can i just load the smaples in vdl2 into fruity loops??
Rimshot - please be sure to read the product specifications for each.

VDL1 comes in Gigastudio and Soundfont format (and only contains battery percussion instruments with less sounds).

VDL2 comes bundled in it's own Kontakt Player that allows you to use it in stand-alone mode or as  plug-in within a host program using  popular audio plug-in formats (VSTi, DXi, AU, and RTAS). If that confuses you, I'd recommend you do a bit of reading about various audio/midi topics as those are pretty standard terminology. Check this thread for a good start:
https://www.tapspace.com/forums/index.php?topic=630.0

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Thanks.
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I'm not personally familiar with Fruity Loops, however I believe it loads soundfonts (double-check this though). If that is the case, it would mean you'd be able to load VDL1 sounds into it. Still, with as much that comes with VDL2, it's becoming a bit difficult to recommend going the VDL1 route. Still sounds good, but VDL2 sounds much better and comes with tons more sounds.
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so does vdl/vdl2 have their own file format
or is it wav or something

";No, but you can install fruity loops as a VSTi instrument and VDL2 as a VSTi instrument and use them together in another DAW program such as Cubase, Sonar, etc.";

and what does this mean
Oh yes. We'll have the topic moved to the VDL2 General Discussion forum. Rimshot, be sure to take a second next time and be sure you're posting in the right forum. You'll be more likely to receive better help that way!
Jim, in his post he is asking about VDL2 despite this being the VDL1 forum :)
I'm not personally familiar with Fruity Loops, however I believe it loads soundfonts (double-check this though). If that is the case, it would mean you'd be able to load VDL1 sounds into it. Still, with as much that comes with VDL2, it's becoming a bit difficult to recommend going the VDL1 route. Still sounds good, but VDL2 sounds much better and comes with tons more sounds.
No, but you can install fruity loops as a VSTi instrument and VDL2 as a VSTi instrument and use them together in another DAW program such as Cubase, Sonar, etc.

By the way, you posted this in the wrong forum.
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