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FL Studio 20.9.1 Released: The Free Update You’re Going to Love

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FL Studio 20.9.1 Released

Yes! FL STUDIO just released FL Studio 20.9.1, a free update for all existing customers. This update is in response to the great feedback FL STUDIO received to FL Studio 20.9 and contains more than maintenance updates. So what’s new? Check out the video below for a tour of the main new features or read on for more detail.

FL Studio 20.9.1 is here with new and improved features! FL Studio’s development team has been hard at work, ensuring that their users have the best experience possible. You can enjoy playlist-based sequencing, quantized song jumps, and more with this new release!

KEY NEW FEATURES

  • Playlist – New ‘Quantize song jumps’ Playlist Menu option. ‘Make unique as sample’ no-longer prompts for a filename when the Shift key is held. New visualization option ‘Show Peak Meters for Instrument tracks’.
  • Mixer – New ‘View > Always show external input levels’ option to the mixer. Useful when monitoring is set to ‘When armed’ or ‘Off’.
  • FPC & Frequency Splitter – Added context aware type-in value support for better workflow.
  • MIDI Scripting – 9 new functions & features for deeper FL Studio integration with hardware controllers.

DOWNLOAD FL Studio 20.9.1 here OR BUY FL Studio here 

As usual, this is a free upgrade for current FL Studio users under FL STUDIO Lifetime Free Updates policy.

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11 Essential Tips & Tricks For FL Studio That’ll Make You A Pro

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11 Essential Tips Tricks For FL Studio Thatll Make You A Pro

If you’re a producer or film composer, learning how to use FL Studio can be the difference between landing your dream job and staying stuck in obscurity.

FL Studio is a powerful music production software that can help you take your music career to the next level. But with so many features and options available, it can be tricky to know where to start.

11 Essential Tips & Tricks For FL Studio That’ll Make You A Pro

If you’re a producer or film composer, learning how to use FL Studio can be the difference between landing your dream job and staying stuck in obscurity.

FL Studio is a powerful music production software that can help you take your music career to the next level. But with so many features and options available, it can be tricky to know where to start. It’s really helpful for making music like producers and film composers do. FL Studio is a versatile production software with many features and options.

In this article, we’ll show you eleven essential tips and tricks that will make you a pro in no time! We’ll cover everything from how to create beats and melodies to how to mix and master your tracks.

Learning how to use FL Studio can be the difference between landing your dream job and staying stuck in obscurity. According to a study by the National Association of Schools of Music, out of the 5,000 music majors who participated in the study, only 12% had jobs in the music industry.

1. Use the Piano Roll Editor

The Piano Roll Editor is an important tool for both Producers and Film Composer. It allows you to edit your notes in a more precise way, which can be helpful when you’re trying to get the perfect sound for your track.

2. Use the Step Sequencer

The Step Sequencer is an important tool for both Producer and Film Composer because it allows you to create rhythms and patterns very easily. This can be helpful when you’re trying to come up with a groove for your track, or when you need to create a specific rhythm for your scene.

3. Use the Mixer

A Mixer is an important tool for both Producers and Film Composer because it allows them to control the levels and panning of their tracks. This can be helpful when they are trying to create a specific sound for their scene or track. The mixer also allows them to balance the levels of different tracks, which can be helpful when they are trying to create a cohesive sound for their project.

4. Use Plugins

Plugins can be very helpful for Film Composer because they allow them to enhance the sound of their tracks. Plugins can be used to add effects to your track, or to make your track sound more polished. There are a lot of different plugins available, so it’s important to find the ones that work best for you.

5. Save Your Projects Often

Saving your project often is important to both producer and film composer because it allows them to keep track of their work and it prevents them from losing any progress they have made. This is especially important for a film composer, who often has to work on multiple projects at the same time. Saving your project often also allows you to go back and make changes to your track, which can be helpful when you’re trying to get the perfect sound.

6. Export Your Songs

Exporting your songs as mp3s or wav files is important to composers because it allows them to play back their track and it allows others to listen to their work. The mp3 format is common and it can be played on a lot of different devices, while the wav format is uncompressed and provides a high-quality sound.

7. Master Your Songs

Producers and film composers often use mastering to make their songs sound better. Mastering is the process of making a song sound louder and more polished. It can be helpful to use a mastering plugin to achieve this goal. Mastering can also help a song to stand out in a crowded mix, or it can make it sound more professional.

8. Use the Browser

A Browser is an important tool for both Producer and Film Composer because it allows them to find sounds, presets, and plugins quickly and easily. This can be helpful when they are trying to find the right sound for their track or when they need to find a plugin to use in their project.

9. Use Keyboard Shortcuts

Producers and film composers often use keyboard shortcuts to speed up their workflow. This is because keyboard shortcuts allow them to do things quickly and easily. For example, a producer could use a keyboard shortcut to add a new track to their project or to change the volume of a track. Film composers could use a keyboard shortcut to start and stop playback or to mute and unmute tracks. Keyboard shortcuts can be very helpful when you’re trying to work quickly.

10. Use Fl Studio’s Automation

Producers use automation to control the parameters of their tracks. This can be helpful when they are trying to create a specific sound for their scene or track. Automation can also be used to add movement and interest to a track.

11. Different Sounds and Styles of Music

Experimenting with different sounds and styles is important to music composers because it allows them to create unique music that stands out from the crowd. It can also help them to develop their own unique style. By experimenting with different sounds and styles, music composers can expand their musical horizons and create better music.

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11 Essential Tips & Tricks For FL Studio That’ll Make You A Pro

Conclusion

That’s all for now! These are just a few of the essential tips and tricks that you need to know in order to use FL Studio like a pro. Be sure to experiment and try out different things to see what works best for you. After all, the key to being a successful music producer is experimentation and creativity!

FL Studio is a powerful music production software that allows you to create professional-quality tracks. In order to use FL Studio like a pro, you need to know the essential tips and tricks. These tips include saving your projects often, exporting your songs, using keyboard shortcuts, and using automation. Experimenting with different sounds and styles is also important if you want to create unique music.

The key takeaway from this list of essential tips and tricks for FL Studio is that you need to experiment with different sounds and styles in order to create unique music. There’s no right or wrong way, only what works best for your style! Keep these 11 methods in mind as you’re learning how to use the software so that you can get familiar with all the features on offer. Experimenting will help make creating a professional-quality track easier than ever before!

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FL STUDIO 20.8.4 Released

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FL STUDIO 20.8.4

Image-Line announced native support for Apple Silicon CPUs, a new Frequency Shifter effect, Video Scrubbing in the Visualizer, improved 3x OSC synth, and much more. They always add more so you can do more with your favorite DAW application.

What’s New in FL STUDIO 20.8.4

  • Apple Silicon Support – Native ARM code support for Apple Silicon (M1 and related CPUs). See full details here.
  • Frequency Shifter – Special effect to create metallic, dissonant, ring modulation and phasing effects. Included free with Producer Edition and up.
  • 3x Osc – New, optional, high quality anti-aliasing to oscillators to improve the fidelity of sounds with high frequency content.
  • ZGameEditor Visualizer – New video scrubbing/jumping option for the ‘Video Controller effect. Add multiple instances of the same Web-Cam to the plugin. New ‘Luminance average‘ internal controller for each buffer available on the (Right+Click) Link to controller option. New ‘Peakmap‘ effect by Dubswitcher.
  • Mixer – Increased brightness of volume (dB) label on Mixer Tracks.  Track (Right-Click) & Mixer Menu options to reset routing for selected Mixer track(s) to default. Mixer Menu > Recording – Added an option ‘Apply track level and mute when recording‘ so these can be ignored when recording ‘Post’ effects in the mixer.
  • Maximus & Limiter – Added a menu option to disable the -0.2 dB safety margin.
  • Toolbar – Added a toolbar button to change set language. This will appear by default when the language is changed from the default.
  • Edison – Apply visualization options without closing the menu when (Right+Click) is used. Renamed ‘Disable undo for large samples’ menu to ‘Enable undo for large samples’.
  • Piano roll – Added an option to preview notes as they are mouse clicked into the piano roll during playback. The Note Properties dialog is now always shown on the same screen as the Piano roll.
  • MIDI Settings – Added ‘Pickup’ functionality for controls linked to external controllers (option in General settings)
  • Playlist – Renamed ‘Consolidate track(s) > Full song’ to ‘From song start’ to match export options.
  • Control Surface – Added a ‘Show labels‘ option to show or hide control labels.
  • Patcher – Added (Ctrl+C) and (Ctrl+V) for copy and paste on inactive parameter popups.
  • Automation – Added a Mode option to the Global Link popup.
  • File Menu – Added options Export all playlist tracks > ‘From track start‘, ‘Song start‘ or ‘Time selection‘.
  • FL Studio Mobile – Updated. See here for changelog.
  • Windows File Browser – Replaced all folder selection windows with the modern OS File Browser window.
  • Burn to MIDI – Additional reset options for Swing and Arpeggiator pop-up after selecting Burning MIDI.
  • MIDI Scripting – Added: Option to get user defined name to the GetPluginName function. function mixer.isTrackMuteLock, getTrackStereoSep and setTrackStereoSep functions to mixer module, function to get color of keys for a specific plugin (only FPC for now), Hardware_Refresh_ControlValues flag for OnRefresh event.
  • Arturia Controller Support – OEM scripts to support the Minilab Mk II, Keylab Mk II & Keylab Essential.
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To see the complete list of bugfixes see here.

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FL STUDIO 20.8.2 – Mac Apple Silicon (M1 / Rosetta 2) Support

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Mac Apple Silicon (M1 / Rosetta 2)

FL STUDIO 20.8.2 incudes Mac Apple Silicon (M1 / Rosetta 2) support & improved workflow.  FL Studio continues its upward march with this update with new features and tweaks to further improve your workflow.

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New in FL STUDIO 20.8.2

  • Apple silicon – FL Studio runs on Apple Silicon (M1) CPUs with improved performance under Rosetta 2.
  • Parametric EQ 2 – Added note snap values to the Frequency knob popups (matches Band Tokens).
  • ZGE Visualizer – New ‘Use final (post master) audio‘ option so the Master Audio can be used with a video exported from a ZGE Visualizer loaded on any Mixer Track and FX slot.
  • FPC – Pads can now be cloned by (Click-and-drag) from one Pad to another.
  • 3x OSC – Added context aware type-in value support.
  • Control Surface / Patcher – Added ‘Scrollbar color’ property for the Keyboard Control.
  • FL Keys – Added context aware type-in value support.
  • FL Studio Mobile – Updated to Version 3.5 including improved Sampler a new Gate plugin and more.
  • Instrument Tuner – Response time has been changed from a switch to a continuous knob with more precision to better detect the tune of short samples, like 808-stye bass kicks.
  • Channel Settings – Time stretching panel now shows what stretch mode is used (below the Mode menu) when Auto is in use.
  • Playlist – Picker Panel > (Right-Click) Clip/s > Ungroup selected. Ungroups selected Patterns from the current Group filter in the Picker Panel.
  • Channel Preview Keyboards – Added Note OFF velocity support based on vertical position when the mouse is released.
  • General Settings > Language – FL Studio will show a warning message on exit if the user changed the language.
  • File size warning – Improved the project size warning dialog to be clearer about file types and their sizes.
  • MIDI scripting – Added: Next and Previous preset selection functions in plugin module. device.getLinkedValueString function. device.getLinkedParamName function, device.getLinkedValueString function. Some plugins can now show values for their parameters as text feedback to MIDI cntrollers with displays. Plugins include the Keyboard ControllerDX10DrumSynth LiveFruit Kick and Plucked!.
  • Transport Controls – (Right-Click) the Pat/Song Switches to open the Channel Rack or the Playlist respectively.

Pricing and Availability

DOWNLOAD FL Studio 20.8.2 here OR BUY FL Studio here 

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