We are excited to announce FL Studio Mobile 2.3 for iOS now includes MiniSynth, a real-time synthesizer ready to be used in your FL Mobile projects. Check iTunes for your free update. Android will be updated with MiniSynth sometime earlier in 2014.
MiniSynth (including 70 presets)
Modulation via accelerometer (new option in the keyboard setup).
Transfer button in the in-app shop for emailing your purchases to another device.
A MiniSynth FL Studio plugin is also in development so you can transfer your MiniSynth FL Mobile projects to FL Studio and get the same sounds.
Android catching up
If you are wondering why the Android catch-up is taking some time, we have been migrating to a cross-platform code base and once that is completed the convergence of the two operating systems will follow rapidly, expect this Q1 2014. Thanks for your patience.
Added support for the following controllers - Novation Launch Control, DJ TechTools Midi Fighter 3D, Electrix Tweaker, Livid VNTRL-R & Livid BASE
Updates & Bugfixes:
Newtone: Updated engine (bugfixes, works more like FL Piano roll & move around with arrow keys)
Control Surface: Fixed oversized sliders after saving and loading a preset or song Edison: Fixed drag/drop to FL browser Patcher: Various bugfixes ReWired: Fixed bug hiding plugin editor. fix for device enumeration Wrapper: Fixed keyboard input in some VST3 plugins, added context menu support for (some) VST 3.5 plugins.
Thank you to everyone who submitted their talented remixes! We heard everything from house to metal, jazz to dubstep, trance, industrial, ebm, edm, goth, 8-bit disco and more!
We understand the excitement of anticipation. We, Red Light District, wanted to select the top 3 as a group. Being a band of nearly 10 people who live all over the place with drastically different schedules, it takes time. We narrowed the 200 submissions down to a top ten... then to the top 3. There was a tie for 2nd place, so we had to do yet another voting round.
This was a timely process however, we gave our ears time to get to know each song. We have been pleasantly surprised by the amount of creative versions of remixes presented. There are a number of other mixes which we hope to include on the official release. Another post will follow reflecting this with all honorable mentions.
More questions? Check the FAQ at the bottom of the page...
Introducing FL Studio Groove
FL Studio Groove Getting Started Tutorial
Does FL Studio Groove run on Android, iOS & Windows Phone?
We have plans to release FL Studio Groove on Android and iOS, no dates to be announced yet. Windows Phone is not planned at this stage.
Is FL Studio Groove compatible with FL Studio?
There is no direct compatibility at this stage, although you can export your groove audio to wav format and import that to FL Studio as with any wav file. In future, we plan to develop a VST version that will load inside FL Studio and support FL Studio Groove projects and vice-versa.
Can I load my own samples and record audio?
Not at this time, audio recording and sample loading are scheduled for a future update.
Is FL Studio Groove compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP?
No. This is a Windows 8 application only, it will run on Windows 8 and Windows 8 RT compatible devices (x86, x64, ARM processors). A multi-touch monitor interface is recommended but you can use it with a mouse.
Is this related to FL Studio Mobile?
No, FL Studio Groove is a separate application. There are plans to integrate the synthesis engine from FL Studio Groove into FL Studio Mobile.
What is the difference between FL Studio Groove and FL Studio Mobile?
FL Studio Groove is a 'groovebox' style application with the focus on loop/sequence creation. These are turned into a complete songs by recording loop triggering & live tweaking of FX & mix parameters (great for trance, house, techno, EDM, IDM etc). FL Studio Mobile is a traditional 'linear style' DAW application where longer parts are laid down track-by track to create the final song. Tracks are sequenced and or recorded.