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Videos that show the wonders of the infinite cosmos are pretty amazing. (And a quick scroll through some of the clips posted on this site shows we certainly believe that to be the case.) But while the enormity of the universe is impressive, the mind-bogglingly tiny world of life at the cellular level is pretty cool, too.
Despite what the recording industry may say, it doesn’t matter how many times you copy a digital file — nothing about the original is being “stolen” as a result of the duplication. In some ways, it’s great that physical media has given way to digital distribution: Expenses have shrunk to the cost of maintaining a website or allowing a digital marketplace to have a cut of the profits. But if digital files are identical and can be infinitely replicated, how can they still be worth anything?
By Randy Chertkow and Jason Feehan In some music business schools, they still give students assignments that go like this: “Assume that you have one million dollars. Make up a marketing plan on how to promote a band.” Here’s a realistic assignment: “Go to MySpace. Pick a band.
While we could try to describe the thousands of features in FL Studio and what it can do, the best way is to download the demo and experience it for yourself. The demo includes all of the program's features and most plugins (instruments & effects) fully working and ready for testing on your PC. Save projects from the demo and reopen* them after you purchase FL Studio and any additional-purchase plugins the project uses.