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...
In his Instagram story from 03-11-2020 you can see Quix using FL Studio. He is running it on a Mac so it has to be Version 20 of FL Studio, because it only supports Macs since this version. For safety if his story will be removed too early, I took a screenshot of his story (https://www.directupload.net/file/d/5756/36le2yut_png.htm)more
"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"more
'I use two DAWs. FL Studio 20 and Ableton Live 10 Suite.'
Mentioned by YoungKio in this *Forbes* article. > I started making beats in mid-2016. That’s when I got [FL Studio] and started playing around. Given the release history of FL Studio and its free updates, YoungKio would have started on FL Studio 12 and since upgraded to FL Studio 20 by 2019 (FL Studio 20 was released May 22, 2018).more
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.
It is the most intuitive DAW. FL Piano Roll is legendary. Great support for VSTs and awesome stock plugins. Very easy to get started with (just download a fully functional demo and get started making music) and the version 20 has some huge improvements.
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
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.
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.
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.
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!
4 years of use in copies, + 5 years of use of the trial version. I tried other stations, but this one is the most intuitive and creatively versatile for me. And yes, I haven’t learned anything, during this time.
I haven't had much time with it, but as far as i have, its great. It does everything FL12 did, but better. UI costumisation, arrangements and overall playlist improvements make this one even better and expansive to work with, while the polished, yet not too different look helps to create the familiar picture which i've had from previous versions.
I literally make all of my beats on here and master all of my songs on FL too, I have the producer edition so it comes with a good level of Image line plugins and is super easy to use I switch between Logic and FL to do all of my work and it makes it so much better
I started with FL when i was super young and played Guitar, i love the familiarity and the more colorful aesthetic eye pleasing DAW
This is much more simple to work with than most other workstations. This Direct Audio Workstation (DAW), however, has a slight learning curve for newbies. But it's really easy to get used to.
Easy to learn, hard to master.