Friday, April 8, 2011

FL Studio 10 has been released!

FL Studio might just be the most popular recording software out there and they just posted a new version has been released. 100′s of improvements, additions & bug-fixes.

Key new features include: 

64 Bit plugin wrapper – FL Studio now hosts 64 Bit VST plugins for access to unlimited memory. 

Autosave / Autobackup – Don’t lose a project or data again. 

Revised Playlist – Individually resizable tracks. Lock tracks to Clips. Live performance time Marker options (Jump to, Loop, Pause & Skip) 

Revised Mixer – Fully Automatic Plugin Delay Compensation (A-PDC). New waveform meter view. 

Revised Piano roll – Export as sheet music option. Vertical zoom with not properties view. Magic lasso selection & note-handle stretch. Edit ghost notes by double Right-click. Waveform view. 

Pattern Picker - opens from the Playlist, Piano roll or Stepsequencer. Select Patterns & Channels. 

Patcher (free) – chain instruments & effects for easy saving of complete instrument & effect chains. 

ZGameEditor Visualizer (free) – visualization effect with movie render capability. 
 
Pitcher (demo) – real-time correction/harmonization plugin responds to Piano roll note control. 

Newtone (demo) – pitch correction editor for precise control, pristine quality stretching, re-pitching and correction. 

Keep on disk & 32 Bit Bridge – now give each Audio Clip / Sampler Channel / Plugin access to at least 2 GB memory and up to 4 for VST Plugins. 

Fruity Edition - gains access to Pattern Clips.

here's the video

what do you guys think?

47 comments:

  1. thank you! i did not know it was released, i will purchase it now!

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  2. Ahhh I love making music, but no money to buy this version ~sad~

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  3. I've just started using this software a couple of days ago.

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  4. I should try this out, used to mess around with fruityloops a long time ago

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  5. this looks great. ill try to find a demo

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  6. cool! I'm trying to learn reason but definitely fruity loops is more intuitive for beginners haha

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  7. This looks pretty awesome. I'll have to give it a try at some point :) Thanks!

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  8. I've been using Reason lately but I'll def check this out.

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  9. what the name the track? it's awesome

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  10. I've been using FL Studio 9 for quite a while now; can't wait to check out 10. Thanks for pointing this out.

    Also, following.

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  11. Requesting name! FL Studio, ah memories I used to make so many songs on that! But I was horrible :(

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  12. Nice. I use Vegas and ACID for most of my stuff, but that is because thats what we have at school.

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  13. I tried using it once, but found it to be very complicated.

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  14. I'll have a look for it on piratebay haha.

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  15. This is too complicated for me :D ...well, probably I'm just too lazy hehehehehe

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  16. Looks nice! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Great post! looking forward to more updates.
    veni vidi vici
    I came, I clicked, I followed.

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  18. I use fruityloops on a daily basis.. just for beat playing.. I use fruity loops too get the beat going and DJAY to mix it all..

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  19. i havent used fruit loops in forever. i might have to check this out.

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  20. Sweet! Maby I´ll go for another try to make some music :p

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  21. wow this looks really cool. Good Luck and followed

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  22. I never understand fl.
    I´ll try this new version.
    Thanks man. Following.

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  23. Seems like a fairly powerful program. And to think back in highschool I was using windows moviemaker to try and mix audio...

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  24. FLStudio is quite a nice piece of software.

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  25. best program for dubstep wobbles :D

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  26. Haven't had a chance to use it :/. Still using FL 9 Producer. I'll have to get it!

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  27. time to hit the internet and get me FL studio

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  28. Awesome, just keeps getting better!

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  29. Im workin with this program so hard ! It's nice!

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  30. These all sound like issues I have with 9, I can't tell you how many times it's crashed in the middle of a song I've been writing and literally not saving anything. Probably because I'm using Windows 7 on my old HP computer (Saving up for a music production macbook!)

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