“New Gran Turismo Is Getting Out of Hand”: Fans Hilariously React to a FL Studio X Gaming Setup

Published 01/07/2024, 11:56 AM EST

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What is the wildest gaming setup you ever came across? With the integration of the smartest of technologies and the biggest of crossovers, it’s hard to pick a winner. In fact, gamers are no stranger to some standout gaming setups making their case for the ‘best’ in recent times. While we recall all the previous ‘unbelievable’ category setups, we have one latest entry in the contest. And quite possibly the winner too.

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In one recent viral video, a creative content creator has spiced up their work with a gaming crossover. Imagine creating the beats of music in the style of playing a console game! Sounds like a job, right? Here’s how a creator turned this crazy idea into reality by integrating two industries into one system.

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A music producer and content creator, Parker Mayne, broke the internet with a video of him being at work. Of course, getting a snippet of a music producer working on beats is a treat to the fans any day. But what’s so special about Mayne’s behind-the-scenes clip is the fact that it uses a never-seen-before method of music production. And what’s that? It uses ‘heel-toe’ and steering moves to anchor the FL software, exactly like one does in gaming. Basically, this unique music producer brings you the rarest collaboration of gaming X FL Studios.

 

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For context, FL Studios is one of the most used software music producers used to create beats. The FruityLoops software allows the users to interact with musical instruments, and beats, upload, edit, and merge different types of sounds together through their interface. The process of handling the software is as complex as it sounds, at least for a newbie. However, the story of Parker Mayne is an exception. From the looks of it, the music producer is quite enjoying the process in his own gaming version of the office.  

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The latter had initially posted a TikTok flexing his work desk, but the video quickly reached other social media platforms. Quite evidently, the gaming community couldn’t stop admiring the integration while they tried to wrap their heads around the skills. Let’s have a look at some of the hilarious responses. 

A user hailed praise for the producer, writing, That’s next level music production. Truly feet and hands on with his work.”

Another fan believes the new Gran Turismo could use Parker’s help, as they wrote,The New Gran Turismo is getting out of hand but I feel like you might be good at it.”

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Another netizen took a hilarious dig at the drastic evolution of the tech. They wrote, I’m not ready for these gen alpha producers.”

Heel toe downshifting in FL studio is wild,” a co-music producer is left amused at Parker’s gaming X FL skills. 

Among all the comments is a concerned PlayStation fan! Just putting it out there, the PS5 should be laying down. It has a thermal paste that leaks down and can damage other components. So please lay your PS5 down,” the comment reads—a point to be noted. 

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Vaibhav Singh Tomar

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?A Supernova resistant to pressure.? Greetings, fellow seekers of the extraordinary! I'm Vaibhav Singh Tomar, your guide to the electrifying universe of eSports and storytelling at EssentiallySports. With a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and over 7+ years of crafting narratives, I don't just write about esports; I sculpt captivating tales within this digital arena.
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