You’re invited to test FL Studio 12
Image Line invites its FL Studio users to test the alpha 12 version of its DAW.
The first big news on which Image Line has been working for quite some time now is the vectorial GUI that will make resizing easier. Plus, FL Studio 12 will offer the following new features:
- The Browser now has category tabs and the ability to delete content on right-click
- The Channel Options Menu has moved from the Toolbar Menus to the Channel rack.
- The Channel settings have been integrated into the Plugin Wrapper.
- The Channel Settings now has a 'swing multiplier' amount.
- The Pattern Menu has moved from the Channel rack to the Toolbar Menu and Pattern Selector.
- Piano roll Auto-zoom can now we deselected from Settings > General > Auto zoom in piano roll
- Multiple drag and drop for audio files onto Playlist (from a Windows file browser).
- Step sequences are now interchangable with Piano rolls.
- VST plugin installation has changed.
If you want to alpha test FL Studio 12, go to www.image-line.com.
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