FL Studio is a complete software music production environment or Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). Representing more than 20 years of innovative development it has everything you need in one package... read more
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FL Studio is a complete software music production environment or Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). Representing more than 20 years of innovative development it has everything you need in one package to compose, arrange, record, edit, mix and master professional quality music.
FL Studio is now one of the world’s most popular DAWs and is used by the most creative artists.
Producer Edition provides the highest level of program functionality for FL Studio this includes:
- Audio editing and manipulation including pitch correction, pitch shifting, harmonization, time-stretching, beat-detection & slicing, audio warping and standard audio manipulation (cut/paste etc).
- Automate most interface and all plugin parameters by recording, drawing, spline-based automation curves, automation generators with formula based control of links.
- Be hosted in other DAWs as a VST or connected through ReWire.
- Live music performance including video effect visualization.
- Mix and remix audio including apply real-time audio effects including delay, reverb & filtering.
- Multi-track audio recording up to the limit of your audio-interface inputs.
- Record & play MIDI input recording from keyboards, drum pads and controllers.
- Sequencing and arranging with pattern and linear workflow possible.
- Synthesizer & effect plugin hosting VST 32 & 64 bit, DX and FL Native formats.
- Make virtually any sound - FL Studio includes over 30 software synthesizers covering acoustic/synthetic bass, electric guitar, multi-sampler tools including piano & strings, general sample playback and beat-slicing (With Rex 1 & 2 support).
- Synthesis techniques - span subtractive, modelling, FM, RM, granular and additive. With the addition of FL SynthMaker you can further create & share your own FL instruments, effects & MIDI control dashboards without the need to write basic code.
- Open plugin standards - FL Studio supports all PC industry plugin instrument standards including VST, DX, Buzz and Rewire. This means you can sequence with your favorite plugins and applications.
- Multi-channel audio inputs - With the ability to simultaneously capture all the inputs on your audio-interface, FL Studio has the flexibility to record a single vocalist, guitar or a full symphony orchestra.
- Arranging audio - Audio can be arranged, with complete freedom in the Playlist. Features include the ability to host an unlimited number of audio recordings, time-stretching, pitchshifting, beat-slicing, cropping, editing and the re-arranging of audio with only a few mouse clicks.
- Pattern or track sequencing - You choose, record your musical performances and ideas in the most logical way. FL Studio 20 can simultaneously function as a pattern and track based sequencer. Reuse patterns as Pattern Clips in the Playlist or record song-length sequences, as desired.
- Step sequencer or Piano roll - Scoring tools include FL Studio's legendary Step-sequencer, one of the most advanced Piano roll's in any software studio, event and multipoint automation envelopes. FL Studio supports MIDI input, standard controller compatibility, and the ability to simultaneously control multiple instrument channels from separate controllers.
- Determine your own project design - In FL20, you decide how your project will be laid out, including multiple Arrangements. Unlike the competition, FL20`s Playlist is a totally flexible and virtually unbounded workspace where Note Pattern, Audio and Automation data can be arranged and edited to suit your creative ideas and preferred workflow.
- The mixer - is about precision, control and flexibility. The mixer's tracks each hold up to 10 effects (VST or FL`s proprietary format). To create sub-mixes or mixing chains of almost unlimited complexity, each mixer track can be routed to any other mixer track or the Master track. Sends provide the ability to sidechain inputs to multi-input effects plugins. Finally, each of the mixer tracks can be routed to any output on your audio interface, now that's flexibility.
Effects - What about effects? FL Studio includes more than 40 effects spanning maximization, limiting, compression, delay, distortion, equalization (graphic & parametric), filtering, phasing, flanging, chorus, vocoding and reverb. These have you covered for the creative broad-brush effects, through to the minutia of the mastering process. Features:
- Time Signatures - FL Studio now supports Time Signatures, including unlimited Time Signature changes, independently, in both the Playlist and Patterns (Piano rolls). FL Studio's unique pattern system enables, simultaneous, multiple Time Signatures at any point in the Playlist.
- In-situ rendering (freezing) - Bounce selected Audio and Pattern Clips to audio. Options include; Consolidate Playlist Clip selections, Consolidate Playlist tracks, Render Clips to Audio, Render Clips to audio and replace source Pattern Clips. Use these features to compile audio-takes into a single Audio Clip, reduce CPU load by converting real-time synthesis and effects processing to audio or convert MIDI data to audio for further processing and resynthesis.
- Playlist Arrangements - The Playlist now supports multiple Arrangements (Playlists). Each Arrangement is the complete layout of Audio, Automation and Pattern Clips. Users can now work with multiple versions of their project saving ideas, sound design and arrangements.
- Plugin Delay Compensation (PDC) - PDC and Automatic PDC have been rebuilt, from the ground up, to support today's complex workflows. Manual and Auto-PDC can now co-exist. Updates include: Mixer send compensation, Wet/Dry mixer FX compensation, Audio input compensation, Metronome compensation, Plugin Wrapper custom values remembered per-plugin and improved PDC controls in the Mixer.
- Graph Editor - Returns, better than ever, with an improved note. Perfect for multi-touch control. The larger the touch display, the bigger users can make the Graph Editor.
- Legacy Precomputed FX - Are back, including; Boost (with or without clipping), EQ, Ring Modulation, Low Pass filter, Reverb, Stereo Delay and Pogo (Pitch bend). FL Studio 20 welcomes back tools that crafted the sound of the 2000`s.
- Channel Sampler - Includes two new Sample Start options. Start Offset - Moves the sample start point and is automatable. Sample Start - trims the sample data to create a new start point, useful for functions that process the entire sample window.
- Punch in/out - Right-click Time Markers and set them to automate the Master record switch. You can then work hands-free with your instrument and be sure the take is precisely located and recorded.
- Grouped takes - When loop-recording, multiple takes are grouped and auto-name after the Mixer track used.
- Consolidate takes - When comping your audio takes, use the new Playlist menu Consolidate playlist selection to merge selections into a new Audio Clip.
- Hide scratch tracks - When you are ready to clean up the Playlist either use the new Arrangements to start a fresh Playlist, or the View Hide collapsed grouped tracks.
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My Main Studio Setup
As far as I remember, I had been using FL Studio DAW since 2014. During that time, I was so serious about music yet. But after playing it around, I eventually gotten serious and it became my main setup for mastering and mixing before moving on to actually music production until now which is currently at V20.7
One of the features that I like about FL Studio is the free update, eventually I wont need to pay additional fee in order to upgrade my FL Studio. Furthermore, the user friendly interface makes it more easy for me to work around with my production compare to other DAWs. I do recommend those who are interested with music production get started with FL Studio.
My life Saver!!!
This was my first daw since i started producing , it was easy for starters , it's my best friend and a life saver but this daw had lot of issues , i realized that when i got proffessional at producing, lot of issued pop up for me like PDC errors , Routing Problems , Automating third party plugin parameters was pain in the ass , also it impacted my workflow , so i moved to other daw! but this daw a special respect in my heart
AHAHAHAHAH MY PRECIOUS> AHAHAHA ITS ON MAC NOW AHAHAHA MY PRECIOUS DONT LEAVE ME AGAIN
The daw that started it all.....
now on mac. My life is complete. I will die happy now.
Still sucks bantha wank for mixing, still beyond excellent for arrangement and composing parts/loops/sounds.
Combined with a multi track arrange page based daw (logic, cubase, bro tools, abl, etc) using fl for sound production and traditional daw for mixing/arrange will energize and maximize use of both in a sort of "event horizon"/ stacking perks way.
FL Studio 20
Been using FL Studio since I started producing music on a computer back in 2011. Really love the workflow and how fast I'm able to realise my ideas with it. This also comes partly from the amazing piano roll that's simple and quick but at the same time very advanced. One downside may be seeing as it doesn't have a channel fixed arrangement window, it takes an extra effort to make the projects really organized, which usually leads to my projects looking quite messy cause I'm quite lazy... but I'm fine with that aslong as I can work fast.
Fantastic, Cheap, Somewhat Irritating DAW
I really like FL Studio. The price is a lot cheaper than other DAWs to purchase the "full version" (technically producer edition, anything above that is a bundle of producer and additional plugins). The stock plugins are great, you get Sytrus, one of the most powerful FM synths and Maximus, one of the most powerful compressors. That said, it grates on me. There are so many things that just take more clicks, more time, and more effort than other daws due to how FL is designed. I've ended up switching to Cubase.
Simple, effective and extensive DAW for anyone who wishes to get into music production, especially for beginners. The user interface is well structured and the parts of the software are superbly integrated, allowing for a seamless experience from the mixer to the channel rack. Furthermore, the lifetime free updates are excellent considering Image-Line's constant improvement and additions to its software.
Fully professional DAW for reasonable price
FL Studio is fully professional DAW. Included native VSTs are very good (for example producer edition contains Sytrus which is one of the best FM synths on market with some unique features). The workflow is very fast once you get hang of it. This DAW despite of what people over interent sometimes say is capable of doing all the things which other DAWs like Cubase, Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton can do. And on top of that you get life time free upgrades which made me chose it and i feel like i will never regret chosing this workstation!
Best music software out there (Opinion)
This is a program that is perfect for electronic music producers. The beginners version of the software is very affordable (I think around 100 bucks). As time goes on and you learn more and more about producing, the next upgrades are very affordable as well. Each upgrade to the next level is 100 dollars. I produced a full EP and a half of album (both successful in my eyes) with just the beginner version of the software. Definitely pick FL Studio for your software. Not once has this software crashed on me or lost my files. Run's super well on most computers too.
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Sometimes I wonder if this DAW is underrated, a lot of people tend to overlook it for the other alternatives out there.....but I am very pleased that this is the DAW I chose, and stand by that decision today. When it wins awards for being the best DAW for creating electronic genres and gets reviews with the same sentiment, I find it quite reassuring with all the naysayers that can show up online.
Amazing overall, but mediocer audio workflow
I used to use FL, because when I was starting out I needed something that is super easy for me to understand, even without any tutorials (because high-quality and good tutorials didn't really exist when I was starting out). But when I started working more with audio, especially vocals and melodic samples, I knew I had to switch, because I just didn't like FL's approach to audio editing. Overall I really like it, and it is a great DAW for beginners, but I just feel FL could do better with their audio workflow.