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Best Features of FL Studio

FL studio which was earlier known as FrutyLoops was released in the year 1997. It was developed by Didier Dambrin. In the first few years, the software underwent a lot of upgrades and gained a lot of popularity. From the day it was released till 2018 FL studio was only available from Windows Operating system. It was on May 22nd, 2018 they released Mac Operating System Compatible Version of Fl studio was released. Now all the Mac users are so excited as FL Studio 20 is now available on Mac. In this article, we will see the top features of FL Studio.

Multiple Arrangements

Multiple Arrangements is one of the notable features of FL studio as most of the DAWs in the market do not support multiple arrangements. FL Studio 20 is designed in such a way that you can switch between different arrangements. If you are in a confused state to choose between two instruments you try both at the same time.

Time signature changes

The predominant western popular music is composed in same time signature which is 4/4. Most of us know that there are different time signatures like 3/4, 5/4, 7/4 and a lot more. We have no idea why most of the artists are confining themselves with just 4/4. FL Studio has a great feature to change the time signatures in the entire playlist. All you need to do is Shift+Alt+T and click accept which will change the time signature of the selected file.

Track Consolidation

This is a very important feature as it can save a lot of energy of the CPU if you are working with a lot of plugins. To do this, right click on the track and select consolidate – from song start. Now you can see that the track is an audio bounce on the playlist. This feature will help a lot when it comes to creativity. You can easily throw audio into sampler or Edison which will make the sound designing process much easier.

Grouped Tracks hiding

Even though hiding the grouped tracks does not make a huge difference, it does have a little bit f impact. It will come in handy if you have a lot of tracks to work on. One can come to know the true potential of this feature when they have to work on more number of automation clips.

More mixer tracks

The title would have told you what this is all about. From the beginning, FL studio has constantly been increasing the number of mixer tracks. Now FL studio 20 has increased the mixer tracks up to 125. If you are looking for auxiliary tracks, do not worry because FL studio 20 has got it all.

More Playlist tracks

Most of us know that Fl Studio 12 supported 199 playlist tracks which were awesome. But FL Studio 20 has taken it to the next levels. The number of playlist tracks that it can support is 500. This new actually got the music producers pumped up.…