FL Studio

FL Studio (formerly known as FruityLoops) is a digital audio workstation developed by the Belgian company Image-Line. FL Studio features a graphical user interface based on a pattern-based music sequencer. The program is available in four different editions for Microsoft Windows, including FL Studio Express, Fruity Edition, Producer Edition, and the Signature Bundle. Image-Line offers lifetime free updates to the program, meaning customers receive all future updates of the software for free. Image-Line also develops FL Studio Mobile for the iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad.

FL Studio can be used as a VST instrument in other audio workstation programs and also functions as a ReWire client. Image-Line also offers other VST instruments and audio applications. FL Studio is used by electronic musicians and DJs such as Afrojack and 9th Wonder.

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... a Casio keyboard, and at the age of 15, a friend had introduced him to FL Studio (formerly Fruity Loops) ... any formal musical training, he started using the FL Studio beat-making program ... He currently uses FL Studio 9 to make beats, previously, he used Fruity Loops 3.56 and 7 XL ...
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... after using a sample called "LP_Faxing_Berlin_C_128bpm" that came bundled with FL Studio, and to which Zimmerman claimed copyright ... provided a "Demo Track" which came bundled with FL Studio, along with several loop samples ... The case caused a slight discomfort among the users of FL Studio, and some have pointed out potential inconsistencies in the EULA of the software ...

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