Real-time stretching - Sampler and Audio Clip 'Realtime > Stretch' mode allows real-time, independent tempo and pitch variations.
Lock MIDI notes to Channels - Right-click a Channel Button and select Receive notes from. The Channel will now respond to that Controller regardless of what Channel is selected in FL Studio.
MIDI channel through - Allows all MIDI Channels from a controller or external sequencer to pass to the plugin for separate control AND to record up to 16 separate MIDI Channel colors.
Mute/Solo locking - Shift-Click Mute LEDs to lock them to their current state.
Image-Line Remote feedback - Right-click Enable Image-Line Remote to activate control feedback from IL Remote to FL Studio.
Type in values - Tempo and Mixer track selectors now accept actual values.
Auto name option - The names of existing Channels aren't changed when dropping presets on them and the General Settings > Auto name is off.
Restore previous state after solo option - General Settings > Miscellaneous allows you to restore the Channel Rack, Playlist and Mixer to their state prior to a solo command, or to unsolo everything when it's off.
Channel Rack height – Auto Resize: Set the height of the Channel Rack (Off, Min, Max).
Channel Rack sorting – Menu option > Sort by: Sort the Channel Rack order by Mixer Track Number, Channel Name or Channel Color.
FL Studio is available in 4 editions: Fruity ($99), Producer ($199), Signature ($299) and All Plugins ($737 USD). See the Feature Comparison here. All editions come with Lifetime Free Updates because we believe you should get what you paid for updated and bugfixed, free for life.
What about FL Studio for Mac OS X / MacOS?
We are developing a native Mac version. See how we are progressing here. TLDR Summary? ASAP.
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