FL Studio [OSX]

By | March 6, 2022


Release year: 2021
Version: 20.8.3 Build 1574
Developer: Image Line
Architecture: x86 (64-bit)
Interface language: English
Tablet: included
System requirements:
macOS: 10.13.6 (High Sierra) or later.
4GB free disk space.
4GB of RAM.
The more powerful your CPU, the more instruments and effects you can run.

Description: FL Studio is a popular sequencer for writing music from Image-Line Software. Music is created by recording and mixing audio or MIDI material. The finished composition can be written to a WAV or MP3 file, which can be listened to in most media players. This program is a sound editor. Since its first edition, it has undergone significant improvements and changes that have contributed to the tremendous success of FL Studio. The program contains more than 3900 sound effects that help both compose and edit music. Currently, the company’s product is used by more than 80 thousand users around the world. The undoubted advantage of the program is its simplicity and accessibility for any novice musician, unlike professional sequencers Cubase or Logic Pro.

FL Studio Features:
High-quality audio engine for high-quality professional sound
Sophisticated interpolation algorithms during real-time playback and during rendering
Support for DirectSound and ASIO sound cards
Support for VSTi, DXi, VST, VST2, DirectX and Buzz
Ability to function as a VSTi, DXi and ReWire client
Acceptance of Third Party ReWire Clients
Audio recording, motion control and complex editor event automation in real time
Advanced mixer with 68 track support and up to 8 effects per track
Built-in parametric EQ, volume and pan for each mixer track
Lots of built-in high-quality tools
Lots of built-in effects
Expanded playlist and fully customizable audio tracks
Import WAV, OGG, MP3, MID, REX, SYN (SimSynth 1 & 2), DS (DrumSynth), etc. as samples
Export to 16-bit or 32-bit WAV, OGG or MP3 files
And many other possibilities

14 thoughts on “FL Studio [OSX]

  1. M1

    This doesn’t seem to work with M1 chip… any idea how to install this for m1?

  2. Masilo

    Does not work on Monterey. Just stops responding and only thing you can do is force quit. Guess this is not compatible with Monterey


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