If you are a music producer, then you have probably heard of FL Studio. But what version do you need? Here we will break down the differences between different versions to help make your decision easier. What is FL Studio? FL Studio is a digital audio workstation (DAW) developed by Belgian company Image-Line Software. It was originally released in 1997 and has been updated ever since with new features and bug fixes.
In addition to its DAW capabilities, it also includes video editing software, synthesizers for creating sounds, drum kits for producing beats on any instrument, and more! FL Studio is also known as Fruity Loops. Which Version Should You Get? There are three versions of FL studio: Producer Edition, Signature Bundle and All Plugins Bundle. Each one has its own set of features that come with it based on what you want to use the software for. Here’s a breakdown so you can decide which version will best fit your needs.
Features in each edition: For music producers or those who produce both audio and video content (e.g., DJs). Includes all plugins from Image-Line Software plus additional ones like Maximus, Harmor, Edison Wave Editor and Poizone Multiband Compressor by Acon Digital.