It's not really a straight answer. FSU clearly has the national reputation and rankings, but it's a very large program (1100 music students),& you will probably be working more with graduate assistants vs. tenured professors as an undergrad, at least your first two years. The UCF music program is more up & coming with only about 300-400 students, but you will be working directly with the professors. I suggest you tour each school's music program, ask questions and determine what the best fit is for YOU before following anyone's advice. Reputation counts, but so do 100 other factors that differ by individual.