FL Studio 12 Launched, Mac Version Coming Soon

Last updated 5 August, 2017


FL Studio 12 Sets
The latest version of FL Studio has just been released, and it comes with some updated plug-ins and new user interface features.

FL Studio is one of the most popular DAWs (Digital Audio Workstation) for producing dance music right now, and developer Image Line has just launched the latest version called FL Studio 12 for the PC, with the Mac version already on the way (you can still check out the existing beta version here). Included in this major update is a user interface that can take advantage of ultra-high definition 4K, 5K, and 8K displays, and multi-touch support for use with a touchscreen.

Updated stock plug-ins used for editing, mixing, and producing is also a highlight of this version of the software. As in previous editions, purchasing FL Studio 12 entitles you to lifetime updates of the DAW at no additional charge.

FL studio through the years

FL Studio 12 Interface
FL Studio 12 comes with a user interface that can scale to today’s ultra high resolution displays.

Starting out as sequencing software FruityLoops in the late 90s, FL Studio has matured exponentially through the years, and is the DAW of choice for many EDM producers today. It used to have a reputation as being a “beginner’s” software, although this image is constantly being shed as more and more serious producers turn to FL Studio as their platform of choice for making dance hits.

Despite it’s beginner-friendly appearance, it’s deceptively powerful, as evidenced by the work created by producers like Madeon and Avicii. At the moment it’s still a Windows-only app, though Mac users will get a taste of it later on this year as Image Line has promised an OSX version in the works.

• FL Studio 12 is available now in three different versions: Fruity for US$99, Producer for US$199, and Signature for US$299. Check out the Image Line website for more details.

Are you interested in getting into music production? Have you tried out FL Studio or other DAWs before? If you’re already dabbling with production, what DAW are you using? Let us know your thoughts below.


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