Producers around the globe undoubtedly know of the DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) FL Studio, previously known as Fruity Loops. The Belgian company behind it, Image-Line was founded in 1994 by two creators who’d previously made stock market software and decided to branch into video games and later music software.
Anyone who’d produced or tried to learn music production likely encountered the software somewhere along the line. However, until this year, it was only available on Windows OS or via Bootcamp set up.
FL Studio has been favoured by the likes of Avicii, Dyro, Angger Dimas, Afrojack and Martin Garrix for its the ability to easily and quickly sketch out ideas. However many eventually moved over to more Mac Friendly software and so after many years the company launched a version working natively on Mac. They also included lifetime updates in FL Studio 20 so you never need to purchase it again.
Announcing FL STUDIO 20 introducing Mac support, Time Signatures, multiple Playlists & track freezing, out now! FL Studio 20 includes Lifetime Free Updates. More details here: https://t.co/LZup6zhlhT pic.twitter.com/9MtaSX1bbr
— FL Studio (@FL_Studio) May 28, 2018
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