FL Studio 20 has been announced by developers Image-Line. Celebrating 20 years in the business, the latest major update to the popular software features the long-awaited Mac compatibility that allows users to seamlessly transfer projects between Mac and PC, with one license for both. It's been on the cards for a long time, with beta testing occurring over the past few years, but it's finally integrated and seamless.
Other new features include clip consolidation, time signature support for adjusting how many measures are in a bar, playlist arrangements for multiple arrangements and automation within one project, a re-built plugin delay compensation that adds send and return channels as well as audio input compensation and a lot more smaller additions. The full list of what's new is here – it's one of the most significant update to FL Studio ever. Watch the video below to see the new features in action.
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