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FL Engine / Interface


  • Multi-touch support - FL Studio (and some plugins) now respond to Multi-touch.
  • Right-click data entry - Most controls now allow a Right-click option to type in values.
  • Horizontal/Vertical movement locking - Piano roll & Playlist, Shift (horizontal lock) & Ctrl (vertical lock) when dragging items.
  • Menus - Can now right click to check several menu items without closing them (where appropriate).
  • Instrument Channels - Ctrl+mouse wheel on Channel button to change the routed mixer track.
  • Linking includes MIDI input port - Links now remember the MIDI input port used to avoid conflict between controllers.
  • Content Library & Downloaded - Options now allow the Content Library to show as a tab in the Downloader.
  • Improved Tap Tempo - Updated tap algorithm + nudge control for Performance Mode.
  • Improved Tempo automation - Fine tempo field now fully integrated. Will also allow smoother tempo automation.
  • New controllers supported - Including APC20/40, Launchpad, Lemur, Block, Maschine/Mikro, padKONTROL, Traktor Kontrol (more details here).
  • Unique controller MIDI input port - Controllers can be assigned unique output ports for feedback. Plugins can also receive direct MIDI input from controllers before FL processes it.
Updated Plugins 
  • DirectWave - Added multi-timbral mode to the FL native version (activate on the Options tab). Load and play more than one patch from note colors in the Piano roll.
  • Harmor - Now supports Komplexer WT wavetables & 'Map audio regions to keys' with auto-dump to score for Slicex like drum handling.
  • Newtone 2 - Now includes Warp editor mode for audio quantizing and aligning acoustic performances. Vibrato editor and revised and updated workflow to better match the Piano roll.
  • Patcher - Added animated connections, curved lines and auto-zooming (drag items to the edge of the Patcher window). You can also now drop Patcher presets from Browser/Plugin picker onto instrument channels or effects slots to wrap them in a Patcher ('patcherize' the plugin).
  • Synthmaker (Flowstone) - Is now upgraded to Flowstone the successor to the original program. Now including the Ruby high level programming language you can still create Synths, Effects but also control external hardware with support for USB devices, I/O cards, webcams and audio hardware.
New Plugins
  • BassDrum - is a Kick/Bass percussion synthesizer with sample layering.
  • GMS (Groove Machine Synth) - is multi-timbral hybrid synthesizer & FX channel from Groove Machine.
  • Effector - 12 performance oriented effects. Perfect for use with multi-touch displays.
  • VFX Key Mapper - Transform MIDI note input in Patcher.
  • VFX Color Mapper - Redirect Piano roll note colors to unique voice ports in Patcher.
Mixer
  • Mixer - Page Up/Down keyboard keys cycle through the current mixer track's plugin windows.

Browser
  • Plugin Picker - Right-click to open a plugin and its presets in the Browser. Start typing plugin names to highlight entries.
Audio Recording & Editing
  • Multi-channel audio inputs - With the ability to simultaneously capture all the inputs on your audio-interface, FL Studio has the flexibility to record a single vocalist, guitar or a full symphony orchestra.
  • Arranging audio - Audio can be arranged, with complete freedom in the Playlist. Features include the ability to host an unlimited number of audio recordings, time-stretching, pitchshifting, beat-slicing, cropping, editing and the re-arranging of audio with only a few mouse clicks.
  • Edison – FL Studio’s audio capabilities are further enhanced with Edison, the recording wave editor. Edison is an integrated audio editing and recording tool with spectral analysis, convolution reverb, noise reduction, loop-recording, loop-construction tools and more.
  • Newtone – Pitch corrector/editor. Correct, slice, edit, stretch vocals, instrumentals and other  monophonic recordings. Convert audio to MIDI data and re-pitch any monophonic melody to another. FL Studio supports WAV, MP3, OGG, WavPack, AIFF, and REX audio formats. Sequencing Compose and record your musical performances and ideas in the most logical way.
  • Pattern or track sequencing – You choose, record your musical performances and ideas in the most logical way. FL Studio 11 can simultaneously function as a pattern and track based sequencer. Reuse patterns as Pattern Clips in the Playlist or record song-length sequences, as desired.
  • Step sequencer or Piano roll - Scoring tools include FL Studio’s legendary Step-sequencer, one of the most advanced Piano roll’s in any software studio, event and multipoint automation envelopes. FL Studio supports MIDI input, standard controller compatibility, and the ability to simultaneously control multiple instrument channels from separate controllers.
Arranging
FL Studio allows you to do what you want where and when you want.
  • Determine your own project design - In FL11, you decide how your project will be laid out. Unlike the competition, FL11's Playlist is a totally flexible and virtually unbounded workspace where Note Pattern, Audio and Automation data can be arranged and edited to suit your creative ideas and preferred workflow.
Mixing & Mastering
FL Studio provides all the tools you need to produce your tracks to high professional standards.
  • The mixer - is about precision, control and flexibility. The mixer’s tracks each hold up to 8 effects (VST, DX or FL's proprietary format). To create sub-mixes or mixing chains of almost unlimited complexity, each mixer track can be routed to any other mixer track, one of 4 dedicated 'send' channels and or the Master track. Sends provide the ability to sidechain inputs to multi-input effects plugins. Finally, each of the mixer tracks can be routed to any output on your audio interface, now that’s flexibility.
  • Effects - What about effects? FL Studio includes more than 40 effects spanning maximization, limiting, compression, delay, distortion, equalization (graphic & parametric), filtering, phasing, flanging, chorus, vocoding and reverb. These have you covered for the creative broad-brush effects, through to the minutia of the mastering process.
  • Open plugin standards – FL Studio supports all PC industry plugin effect standards including VST (1/2), DX(1/2), Buzz and Rewire. This means you can mix with your favorite plugins and applications.

Lifetime FREE Updates
  • There may be no such thing as a ‘free lunch’ but there certainly is ‘Lifetime Free Updates’ withImage Line’s update policy.
FL Studio system requirements:
  • 2Ghz Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon 64 (or later) compatible CPU with full SSE2 support. The faster your CPU and more cores it has the more you will be able to do simultaneously.
  • 32 or 64 Bit versions of Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, XP (with service pack 3)(or) Intel Mac with Boot Camp / Windows.Running XP (with service pack 3), Vista or Windows 7 (in 32 or 64 Bit)
  • 1 Gb or more RAM recommended
  • 1 Gb free disk space
  • Soundcard with DirectSound drivers. ASIO/ASIO2 compatible required for audio recording (FL Studio installs with generic ASIO4ALL drivers)




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