Image Line Software FL Studio 9


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Image Line Software FL Studio 9

Audio production suite

This version includes the FL native plug-in architecture, integrated synthesizers and effects and more. It includes 25 software instruments covering acoustic/synthetic bass, electric guitar and plucked string simulation, sampler tools including piano, general sample playback, beat-slicing, and a range of synthesis techniques subtractive, modeling, FM, granular and additive). FL Studio 9 can record up to 99 simultaneous tracks of audio through the updated 105-channel mixer. The playlist workspace can contain an unlimited number of audio tracks and allows the user to arrange discrete audio events in any order or position the creative process dictates with complete flexibility. Audio tools enable time-stretching, pitch-shifting, beat-slicing, chopping, edits and creative destruction of audio.
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