FL Studio 20 is out now, and it’s the first version compatible with macOS users.
Jumping from version FL Studio 12 to FL Studio 20, Image-Line have leaped a remarkable step in their product, making it compatible with macOS users, a feature which wasn’t available on the previous version of the DAW. FL Studio 20 operates as a 64-bit application on Mac, supporting VST and AU. You can as well exchange projects whether you’re working on Windows or Mac, and use the same external plugins if installed on your computer.
FL have also made available rendering of patterns—for lowering CPU usage, unlimited time signature changes, and the Playlist supports multiple Arrangements. Several features of the DAW have been improved from the latest version, plus new plugins are available as well.
The initial price for FL Studio starts at €89 with the price going up on the more advanced version of the DAW.
Watch a video of the new version below.