FL Studio 20 Released with Long-Awaited Mac Compatibility
Popular music production DAW from Image-Line, FL Studio has announced one of their biggest updates ever, releasing FL Studio 20. This new version features highly anticipated and long-awaited compatibility for both Mac and PC, allowing users to have one license across two operating systems.
FL Studio 20 combines more than 20 years of innovative development and is said to have everything you need to compose, arrange, record, edit, mix and master professional quality music. While FL Studio has been a long time favorite among beginner producers, it’s also a powerful DAW that guys like Martin Garrix and the late Avicii have used to create many of their hits.
Key features of FL Studio 20 include:
- Advanced Audio Editing: Multi-track audio recording, Time-stretching, and pitch shifting
- Sequencing: Industry leading Piano roll editor, MIDI recording and control, and Pattern or Linear workflow
- Mixing & Effects: Multi-track mixer, Automation control, and VST plugin support
- Multi-touch monitor: Replace your mixer controller with a touch screen
The last update to FL Studio was all the way back in 2014 (FL Studio 12), making this announcement pretty significant. Until now, Mac users weren’t able to use FL Studio unless they purchased a PC computer, or used a Boot Camp or Virtual Machine. Not the most convenient options for millions of Mac users, as you can imagine.
You can download a free trial for both Windows and MacOS, or purchase a full license starting at $99 USD. To learn more, visit the FL Studio 20 website.
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