We’re back with a new sneak peek video of FL Studio 12. This time it’s the advanced sample editor Edison.
Next to the scalable GUI of the new Edison, this soundless video by Gol also shows off the all new frequency-enhanced (reassigned) spectral display.
If you’re stuck on deciding between a 32 bit or 64 bit installation of FL Studio, the FL Studio Guru just made your choice easier with a thorough explanation of the differences between 32 bit and 64 bit.
In this new video he clears up the misconception of the sample and plugin limits under 32 bit as well as what version is more suitable based on the OS and plugins you have available.
- Your plugin library is a major deciding factor; if the majority of your plugins is only available in 32 Bit, then you should probably stick with 32 Bit.
- If you’re using large sample files that exceed the 4GB mark, then 64 Bit is recommended
- Keep in mind that you must run a 64 Bit Windows version in order to run FL Studio 64 Bit
The recently announced full 64-bit version is now available for download. In fact, the regular FL Studio install file has been unified into a 32/64 bit version.
Download FL Studio 11.1 (32/64 bit) here.
Check out our previous post to know what to expect from the 64-bit version!
After a long-running beta it seems the public 64-bit version of FL Studio (for Windows) is finally ready for a release next week. This is great for users that like to make full use of their RAM and/or use 64-bit VST plugins in FL Studio.
Here’s what you can expect:
- Access up to 512 GB memory, depending on your Windows version.
- 32 Bit bridged and 64 Bit native VST plugin support.
- Project compatibility between 32 and 64 Bit versions.
- FL Studio available as a 64 Bit VST plugin for use in 64 Bit VST hosts.
The following FL Studio plugins are not available in 64-bit yet:
Buzz Adapter, Edison ‘Clean Audio’ function*, FL Slayer, Fruity Soundfont Player*, Synthmaker/Flowstone*, Wasp/Wasp XT.
*Planned for a future 64 Bit update.
If you can’t wait until next week, note that registered users can already download the 64-bit Release Candidate from the Image Line forums.
The 5th alpha version of the native OS X Image Line plugin pack can now be downloaded from Image Line. The latest version fixes some Harmor and general UI issues:
General: FL-style menus instead of slow OS X menus
General: UI-responsiveness improved (previously it could be hard to click on checkboxes etc.)
Harmor/Sytrus: Fixed preset compatibility issues (3rd party presets)
Harmor: Visual feedback panel can be now shown
Harmor: About panel can be now shown
Download Alpha 5 from the Image Line servers: here
Good news for Mac users wanting to use the flagship FL Studio synth in their plugin arsenal as Harmor was recently introduced in the Alpha VST plugin pack for Mac.