Sacco surprised us with an awesome performance mode video (see below). What was more surprising to us was that he also has an extensive portfolio of comercial music project under his belt for Film and TV. We caught up with Sacco to find out more about his music and why he uses FL Studio.
Tell us about your music and what motivates you?
I have been using electronic devices for music making since the late 80's when the only options were expensive samplers, keyboards, modules and tape recorders. At that time I had a KORG i3 and I used it to compose music and FX's for documentaries back in the days.
How did you get into FL Studio?
I tried many different software applications, even if I was pretty comfortable with the one I was using the most. Then I came across FL v1.75 (or v1.57?)
It's timing engine was perfect compared to any other software back in the days. I remember how terrible was my main DAW timing when comparing side by side and that was one of the main factors to work more in FL and slowly switch to it. I also loved it's way to handle MIDI data (PianoRoll, CCs)
Tell us about your production environment?
Back in the days I had bit more hardware modules, a KORG i3 keyboard and a hardware mixer.
Do you have any links you would like to share?