User Reviews by KVR Members for FL Studio
Version reviewed: 12.4 on Windows.
Last edited by KMJoshi on 5th June 2017.
Version reviewed: 12.2 on Windows.
Last edited by joeyfivecents on 23rd June 2016.
Version reviewed: 7.0.0 on Windows.
Last edited by digitalstasis on 9th January 2008.
Version reviewed: 6.08 XXL on Windows.
Last edited by Toxikator on 24th October 2006.
Version reviewed: 6.0.8XXL on Windows.
Last edited by grymmjack on 20th January 2006.
Version reviewed: 5.0.2 on Windows.
Last edited by Germ777 on 31st October 2005.
Version reviewed: 6 on Windows.
Last edited by sdv on 4th January 2007.
Version reviewed: 4.5.1 on Windows.
Last edited by arp_laszlo on 10th August 2007.
Version reviewed: 4.1 on Windows.
Last edited by TheWall on 25th May 2003.
Version reviewed: 4.1.2 on Windows.
Last edited by jzero on 27th September 2003.
Latest 15 reviews from a total of 15
23 June 2012 at 8:17am
I am using it since 2-3 years, it's great, got lifetime updates, easy to use and it improves continuosly.
27 August 2012 at 10:32am
ey that is a good software bt is defficult to use,so im doing deep house en electro house u?
24 November 2012 at 9:47pm
I think a lot of playing with FL Studio id where you learn most. Have fun, I have created stuff from ambient to glitchy beats and dirty basslines. FL studio is amazing for letting your imagination flow, enjoy!
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29 March 2014 at 1:47pm
FL studio 11.1 just released.
The description above refers to FL Studio 9.
It needs to be updated.
FL studio is the best DAW by far and Image Line are an very open and supportive company.
16 April 2014 at 12:20am
Help please. Using FL11 with Omnisphere. I have it setup and able to use mulit inputs. Problem is the playback. Even though each instrument is on a different pattern and piano roll, the play back defaults to the instrument last used in Omnisphere. I want to be able to create using multi instruments with individual MIDI notes in the piano roll. How to get them to play back individually, in song mode????
16 April 2014 at 7:05am
Use a pattern per track/channel? Or mute channels? If that's not what your asking, make a topic in the forum and post screenshots and explain better/in more detail what you are trying to achieve.
27 October 2014 at 2:17am
I'm no PRO, but if I'm understanding you right I believe you may have to load Omnisphere to separate MIDI channels and use the tool in piano roll all the way on the left there's a colored box, the same color as the notes on your screen, click that and it shows 16 different colors each number and color is a separate MIDI channel, I haven't gotten that far myself, but I'm fairly sure using a separate MIDI channel for each instrument and picking the right colored channel color for each individual instrument and pairing the notes the same so you can have two different guitars programmed to two different MIDI channels and 2 note colors in the same piano roll for a dueling guitar style, with 2 totally different sounds which is kinda cool not having to use a separate piano roll if you don't want to...I'm still learning myself so if I'm wrong or even totally way off course plz don't rip me up, just let me know if I am sorta right or way off course, I'm just tryin to help. Good Luck and let me know if I am right or way off though?
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12 September 2014 at 5:35pm
i agree that fl studio is awesome, once you get used to it's tics and shortcuts. and there is a LOT of stuff under the hood, especially plugin wise. there is always something new to discover and that is the thing for me that makes for great software. i can't wait for the new version.
i gives it 9.
27 October 2014 at 6:07am
Thanks for the help. Did work with Piano Roll also and it did not do what I was looking for. Finally have what I want. Used the recommended Omnisphere settings for FL & created a new pattern in each of the Omni MIDI outs. Had to adjust the setting/processing in FL to get each routed to a different channel. (that was my main problem) By doing it this way, I am able to save each Omni instrument (up to 8) in a separate pattern & control each one in the assigned channel. Makes working with piano roll easier & keeps it all separated. I like the ease of using the colored boxes and this will work well for some things. Thanks for that one! I have much to learn.
23 May 2015 at 8:51am
A perfect DAW!!.
Using it since 2004 and watching how it has been growing up at no cost to my pocket.
I love the Image Line free updates policy, one of the wisest ideas. I am supporting them buying other excellent artefacts, like Sytrus, Harmour... etc, There is nothing that you cannot do NS a JMC says, the fastest way for your ideas to the speakers.
4 May 2016 at 5:17pm
Maybe it is time to update this page...
For starters, the UI had a huge overhaul.
9 September 2016 at 1:14pm
A very fine and perfect DAW software for production of House, Electro, dance, trance and any oher music genre. I Love FL Studio it's so so easy to use it and to produce the kind of music I want. By the way it has made me a star in my hood. FL Studio+House music=Excitement. Thanx image-line.