The history of FL Studio | Soundspace

The history of FL Studio

FL Studio, Fruity Loops, Tech, Soundspace, Image Line

Image Line's FL Studio - known to veteran users as Fruity Loops - is no doubt a major player in the realm of digital audio workstations.

From the early development in 1997-1998, right through to the latest release of FL Studio 12 in 2015, the Belgium company has fought through a mass of criticism and a constantly evolving industry to keep at the top among Ableton Live and Apple's Logic Pro.

Power users of the software include Radio 1's Skream, Canadian dance icon Deadmau5 and long list of other reputable names like Avicii, Bambounou, Secret Cinema and Martin Garrix.

With the development of the multi-system application, we took a look through the history of the company to layout the development and success of one of the worlds most popular DAW's!


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FL Studio 11.0 (2013)

Version 11 was without doubt a strong release for Image Line, introducing performance mode and multi touch support the application could finally make use of performance situations. The release also enabled users to have access to 199 playlist tracks instead of the previous 99.

FL Studio, Fruity Loops, Tech, Soundspace, Image Line

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