FL Studio is one of the most enduring softwares in the music production market – from humble beginnings as Fruity Loops, a simple step editor, its continual updates over the years have seen it become one of the most powerful studio box solutions on the market.
FL Studio is one of the most enduring softwares in the music production market
FL Studio 10 has just been released along with workflow improvements, full 64 bit support, and two new modules: Newtone and Pitcher. Both pitch and time correction tools, their addition is presumably to bring FL Studio’s feature set back into punch for punch contention with Propellerhead’s Reason and Record duo. 64 bit support brings large sample libraries, automatic Plugin Delay Compensation is written into the audio engine, and vertical zoom in the piano roll uncovers properties in a way not dissimilar to Cubase 6′s new VST3 views, all working toward making FL Studio 10 a genuine all in one competitive alternative to large ‘traditional’ DAWs – as long as you’re on PC, of course… Watch out for a review soon.