MiniSynth is a new free synth for FL Studio customers. MiniSynth is a fully featured synthesizer with a low processor overhead and great sound. MiniSynth also included with FL Studio Mobile (iOS, Android will follow later). MiniSynth will be used when converting FL Studio Mobile projects to FL Studio format in FL Studio 11.1. Even if you don't use FL Studio Mobile, you will find MiniSynth a great addition to your library.
Thank you for making FL Studio the world's most 'Liked' DAW software, by far. We started the year with a bang, bringing you the FREE and awesome Image-Line Remote FL Studio controller App for Android and iOS. In 2014 we commit to bringing you even more exciting new features and FL Studio developments, and not least, FL Studio 12 as part of your Lifetime Free Updates...
We are excited to announce that Image-Line Remote (IL Remote) is available FREE for Android and iOS (iPod Touch, iPhone & iPad). IL Remote is a Tablet, Phablet or Phone, user-configurable virtual MIDI controller application for FL Studio and plugins. Just open FL Studio 11.0.4 or higher on your computer, enable Image-Line Remote on the MIDI settings and then open IL Remote on up to 15 Android and or iOS devices. The connection is made automatically over a Wi-Fi network. Get it here:
Use the included controller tabs covering functions including; Transport Controls, MIDI Keyboard, FPC control, Harmonizer Keyboard, Performance Mode (Clip Launcher), Gross Beat FX, Mixer and more. If the control you want isn’t available then you can create your own.
IL Remote allows you to add custom tabs and controls including Pads, Faders, Knobs, Jog Wheels, Mixer, Clip Launcher, X/Y Controls, Piano Keyboard, Harmonic Grid and Containers. There are a complete range of customization options for each control so that you can create virtually any virtual MIDI controller to suit your needs.
FL Studio11.0.4 (or higher). See a tutorial on setting up IL Remote here or the user manual here.
Deckadance 2.3 (or higher)
Android 3.0 or higher
iOS 5.1 or higher
Is this available for Windows 8 Phone: Not at this time. We will looking into it.
Can I connect via USB rather than Wi-Fi: If you can connect your mobile device to a network via USB and your PC via ethernet or USB then it may be possible but we haven't tested it at this time. We will investigate wired network solutions for future updates.
I can't get FL Studio and IL Remote connected: Please check...
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.