Toby has produced & remixed over 100 songs and is known for his punchy synths, pulsing arpeggios and searing lead sounds. The Synth Essentials pack is perfect to give any project a modern edge.
The Fruity Envelope Controller allows you to link any target, plugin or FL Studio, to a range of envelopes that can be triggered from a MIDI keyboard or other controller. Perfect for live performance based automation or those cases where a plugin doesn’t have enough of its own internal controllers.
Audio tracks – Import WAV/MP3/AAC/AudioPaste & iPod library.
Wave editor – Cut, trim, normalize, reverse, fade in/out
Multi-tracking – Up to 8 track simultaneous recording
FL Studio Mobile HD – Now a Universal App
iPad retina display – Supported
Dropbox – Export to Dropbox. Import from Dropbox App.
Library – Amped Guitar & Bass pack in the shop
ZIP – Export improved to include all custom instruments, audio recordings and the project
NOTE: To load an FL Mobile 2 projects in FL Studio for Windows you will need FL Studio 10.8 or higher. In addition to use the Amped expansion you will need to delete the existing FL Mobile Samples folder, from the Shared Data folder (C:\Program Files\Image-Line\Shared\Data\FL Mobile Samples) then re-download it from the content library.
Where’s ANDROID will it EVER happen?! Yes. see here…
A quick first impression video of FL Studio v2.0 featuring audio tracks, Dropbox file management, and Virtual MIDI. If you’re already familiar with Xewton’s Music Studio, this demo will look pretty familiar…
TB Midi Stuff 2 template for FL Studio 10 (beta).
More info : www.ipadtouches.com
For performance mode, normal mode and controls.
“TB Midi Stuff is a much cheaper App than Lemur.
Version 2 has a lot of new features, so I was able to port my FL Lemur template for Lemur to TB Midi Stuff 2.”
With the template you can “jam” your music and samples in performance mode in Fl Studio 10.8 beta. Pages for controlling FL Studio in normal mode and for controlling with XY pads, sliders and knobs are present in the template.
FL Studio 64 bit native version. Release date TBA – http://goo.gl/gqVSs
FL Studio works under 64 Bit Windows and can already host 64 Bit plugins. In addition by using ‘Keep on disk’ with Audio Clips/Sampler Channels AND OR ‘bridging’ 32 Bit plugins you can have access to unlimited memory/sample size and fill your RAM to overflowing, no matter how much you have, using in FL Studio 10 or higher.
This development relates to the core FL Studio application and how it handles memory. It means FL Studio itself can access up to 196 GB of RAM under Windows. It also means 32 Bit plugins will require bridging, this is the same for all 64 Bit software, just as 64 Bit plugins require bridging now under the 32 Bit software.
Finally, the tangible benefits of 64 Bit has little to do with Audio Quality or processing speed (marketing departments have vastly overstated its benefits here).
Background reading – http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/nov10/articles/64-bit.htm
ImageLine continues on their quest of delivering short teasers on their upcoming release, without any further details
More info here – http://www.image-line.com/documents/flstudiomobile.html
More info here – http://www.image-line.com/documents/flstudiomobile.html (to be honest there isn´t much more additional info on this link, hehe, so stay tuned for more updates on FL Studio Mobile 2 right here at SBC)
FL Studio Mobile will allow you to create complete multi-track projects on your iPod, iPhone or iPad and, if you want, load mobile projects into FL Studio and take them to the next level. If it’s a beat on the step sequencer, a melody on the piano roll or a full song on the playlist, FL Studio Mobile has you covered.
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Here’s a 12 part video series featuring the new product from Image Line (FL Studio) – Sakura
“Image-Line brings you ‘Sakura’, the string physical modelling instrument, to express the delicacy and beauty of stringed sounds.”
Sakura can reproduce the delicate pluck of a single string, a violins bowing or the sonorous resonance of a grand piano. Most importantly, the curious musician can take control of every aspect of the simulation to create fantastic instruments. Ever wanted to know what a 20 foot guitar sounded like? Or a bowed piano? Now you can find out, Sakura opens up a world of string modelling possibilities, why not download the Sakura demo and try it for yourself. The Sakurazensen is coming, be there to experience it.