Celebrating 20 years in the business, Image-Line jumps from its previous version, FL Studio 12, to announce FL Studio 20, complete with native Mac and Windows compatibility. After countless tests and promises for Mac compatibility, the newest version of Fruity Loops runs as a native 64-bit application for users of macOS 10.11 or higher and supports Mac VST and AU plugins.
Buyers will receive licenses to use the application on both Windows and Mac, which allows projects to be interchangeable even if third-party plugins are installed in both. Other features include support for time signatures, an “arrangements” playlist with audio, animation, and pattern clip layouts, as well as freezing for clips to slow down CPU load time.
Buy FL Studio 20 now at the Image-Line website starting at $99 USD for the “Fruity Edition,” and $899 USD for a complete instrument and plugin bundle.
In related news, Apple is set to release an all-new Mac Pro in 2019.