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Image Line has chosen 9/9/9 to release.... FL Studio 9.

This new version includes about 370 additions, changes and bug fixes (much of which was added during the v8.5 betas).

Key New Features and Changes

FL Studio:
  • Sidechaining – The FL Studio Mixer 'Track Send’ now has an additional 'Sidechain’ mode to support multiple-input mixer plugins.
  • Multi-core CPU (Hyperthreading) – Improved multithreaded generator & added multithreaded effects processing.
  • Multiple controllers – Can now control multiple independent instrument channels, assigned by MIDI number.
  • New volatile linking feature.
  • Wrapper – Aligned tick lengths checkbox for greater plugin compatibility.

Revised Playlist:
  • Playlist track naming & icon – Tools for better song organization.
  • Playlist track mute controls.

Piano roll:
  • Riff machine – Automatic sequence generator tool.
  • Note Grouping – New feature (works on selecting, moving, resizing, deletion, muting, shifting using mouse-wheel).

Mixer:
  • More tracks – Now has 99 Insert tracks (up from 64).
  • Multi-core CPU support – Added 'multithreaded mixer’ tracks processing for improved multi-core performance.

New Plugins:
  • Autogun (free) – Sonic adventure, Based on Ogun.
  • Ogun (demo)- Additive metal simulation synthesizer.
  • Gross Beat (demo) – Real-time, audio-stream playback, pitch, position and volume manipulation effect.
  • Stereo Shaper (free) – Mid / Side stereo processing.
  • Vocodex – The last word in vocoders (free with Producer Edition).

Revised Plugins:
  • Fruity Reeverb 2 – Added Mid vs Side input signal processing.
  • Fruity Wrapper – Now supports multiple inputs/outputs (free).
  • Wavecandy – Visualization & analysis tools (free).
  • Fruity Limiter – Compressor section now has sidechaining (free).

Browser:
  • Presets – Drop effect presets onto mixer tracks & channels, mixer track presets onto effect slots and channels, channel & generator presets onto mixer tracks & effect slots.
  • Windows file shell menu – Available from Browser (right-click) item menu.

A full list of changes is available here.

Pricing
As usual, updates are free for existing owners (for the edition you own). Pricing for new customers starts at $49.
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