It comes with several new key features, including upgraded audio clips with integrated envelopes, more precise level control and an automatic crossfader; updates to the system browser; a VFX step sequencer; as well as upgrades to various premium plugins
The update also comes with the ability to autosave projects every minute, which was a feature personally requested by Dutch producer and DJ Afrojack.
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Announcing the news on Instagram, the developers of FL Studio wrote: “Introducing faster and more precise audio editing, improved content discovery, control over the mood of the DAW and even more inspirational, creative tools.
“All free for existing customers because we LOVE your Lifetime Free Updates! To celebrate the release [of] FL Studio Producer Edition, All plugins Bundles are ON SALE!” it continued.
People have reacted positively to the news, with musician BOMBS AWAY commenting: “the best just got better. What a beast.”
Another user wrote: “FL 21 TO THE MOON.”
For new customers, FL Studio 21 starts at £85, rising to £344 (on sale until January 1 2023) depending on which plugins bundle chosen. Purchase here.
See the full list of new features here.
Take a look at a video explaining the new features below:
Earlier this year, Keysound producer E.M.M.A. hosted a free production workshop in association with FL Studio for women, with each attendee receiving a free copy of FL Studio 12. Read more here.
There have also been a number of bug fixes. See the complete list here.