FL Studio 10

Image Line releases the latest version      31/03/11
Image Line tells us that FL Studio 10 is now available.
Key new features include:
  • 64 Bit plugin wrapper - FL Studio now hosts 64 Bit VST plugins for access to unlimited memory.
  • Autosave / Autobackup - Don't lose a project or data again.
  • Revised Playlist - Individually resizable tracks. Lock tracks to Clips. Live performance time Marker options (Jump to, Loop, Pause & Skip)
  • Revised Mixer - Fully Automatic Plugin Delay Compensation (A-PDC). New waveform meter view.
  • Revised Piano roll - Export as sheet music option. Vertical zoom with not properties view. Magic lasso selection & note-handle stretch. Edit ghost notes by double Right-click. Waveform view.
  • Pattern Picker - opens from the Playlist, Piano roll or Stepsequencer. Select Patterns & Channels.
  • Patcher (free) - chain instruments & effects for easy saving of complete instrument & effect chains.
  • ZGameEditor Visualizer (free) - visualization effect with movie render capability.
  • Pitcher (demo) - real-time correction/harmonization plugin responds to Piano roll note control.
  • Newtone (demo) - pitch correction editor for precise control, pristine quality stretching, re-pitching and correction.
  • Keep on disk & 32 Bit Bridge - now give each Audio Clip / Sampler Channel / Plugin access to at least 2 GB memory and up to 4 for VST Plugins.
  • Fruity Edition - gains access to Pattern Clips.
  • Lifetime Free Updates - are extended to all FL Studio 10 box customers onward & as usual all download customers.
Pricing and Availability:
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& let me guess, the same microscopic unreadable bitmapped user interface? check.

02-Apr-11 06:12 PM


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