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Image Line has released a beta version of FL Studio version 9.8.

The changes are mainly bug-fixes, plus a few new features like Score PDF output from the Piano roll.

 

Additions:

  • Alt key flips snapping instead of forcing it off.
  • New “Frozen LFO” option in envelopes.
  • “Multilink to controllers”'s popup now features single last tweaked parameter.
  • Score export to PDF file.

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed piano roll zoom bug.
  • Bugfix in Vocodex’s sidechain selector.
  • DirectWave: fixed “random” rename of DW channel on reload.
  • Newtone: reset playback position when stopping playback in FL.
  • Newtone: fixed crash copying notes.
  • Newtone: fixed clicks/pops on audio export.
  • Newtone: made sample loading safer.
  • Newtone: changed note center behaviour.
  • Newtone: fixed display of bars when time signature changes.
  • Newtone: fixed MIDI timing issue.
  • Soundfont Player: disabled threaded processing.
  • Wrapper: fixed buffer crash in bridged effects.
  • Wrapper: fixed initial i/o assignment for bridged plugins.
  • Wrapper: avoid division by zero errors in bridge.
  • Wrapper: fixed crash on exit for bridged plugins in some circumstances.
  • Wrapper: fixed detection of 64-bit dlls.
  • Wrapper: other changes and fixes for bridge.
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