FL Studio, formally known as Fruity Loops, is one of the most used music production systems today. However music makers across the world relentlessly criticise its features, favouring popular systems like Reason and Cubase.
But the truth is that even the most successful commercial producers use FL Studio.
Image Line (FL Studio developers) recently upgraded FL Studio to version 10. The video bellow showcases some of the new features on FL Studio 10. If you’re a record producer, please share your thoughts.
Note: FL Studio 10 includes 30 software instruments and over 40 effects covering just about any musical style. Multi-track record up to 99 simultaneous tracks of audio through one of the industries’ most flexible mixers. The Playlist workspace can contain an unlimited number of audio tracks and allows the user to arrange discrete audio events in any order or position the creative process dictates.