People who want to use the full version of the digital audio workstation will need to pay a small fee, which will give them unlimited access to a wide range of useful features. However, there is also a demo version of the software that comes with limited features and is completely free to use.
While the demo version of the software is packed with a wide range of features, certain features are not included. For example, people who want to be able to create their own tracks and remove vocals from existing tracks will need to pay for the full version of the software.
It is completely safe to use the software and regular checks are made to ensure there are not bugs in the system. People who are trying to get the full version of the software for free should note that there are links available that contain malware and viruses and these should be avoided.
People who have purchased the FL Studio Producer Edition will be able to use it to record external audio sources. It is necessary to select an ASIO audio interface driver for your audio interface, select Audio and then select an ASIO driver before you start recording.
People who have used software of this type before should have no trouble getting to grips with FL Studio as most of the features are fairly intuitive. A special tutorial is provided to help new users get started, while customer service is provided for those who need a little extra assistance.
At the current time, the software itself as well as many of the plug-ins that have been created for it are only compatible with Windows. However, people who have already purchased an official Microsoft Windows OS installer can run the software on the Mac using Boot Camp.
Both the 32bit and 64bit versions of the software can be installed on as many computers as you wish using the same registration. However, this only applies for the full version of the software and cannot be done for the trial version.
This software is used by a large number of professional musicians to create and record their music. Some of the big names that are known to use the software include Porter Robinson, Madeon, Mat Zo and Feed Me.
Although Nexus is fully compatible with the software, it is necessary to purchase Nexus separately in order to use the two types of software, once Nexus has been purchased, it is very easy to connect it to FL Studio and a special tutorial on how to do this is available.
VST3 is fully supported by the software and it runs quickly and smoothly. Both 32 and 64 Bit versions are supported as well as VST and VST2, while plug-ins can be opened in the Fruity Wrapper that comes complete with a large number of connection problem solving options.