Image-Line’s FL Studio gets a refreshing update with highly requested features, including 25 additional controls for MIDI, playlist multi-track selection, improved undo, and much more.
Back in September, FL Studio received an update that provided support for M1 Macs which are Apple’s powerful new SoC computers. Their newest update to version 20.9 adds a number of requested features to heavily improve users’ workflows.
Users are now able to record for extended periods of time with 64-bit sample rates. The changelog on Image-Line’s website notates “days” of recording.
They have also improved automation with a new automation editor “with multi-point editing, target highlighting and link management,” reads the changelog.
The Pitch Shifter plugin got a number of different modes, including voice mode, music mode, delay, absolute mode, and shimmer reverb. The user interface for FL Studio also received a handful of notable refreshes.
FL Studio has since been a front runner in the digital audio workstation space since it became native on Mac computers. It has always been a favorite amongst beat makers and dance music producers because of its affordability, ease of use, step sequencer, and lifetime of free updates.
Check out Image-Line’s detailed overview of FL Studio 20.9 below.