FL STUDIO HISTORY

Version History

Below you can find the history of FL Studio and how a simple midi-only drum sequencer turned into a fully fledged virtual studio. Please note that registered users receive all of the features below for free as part of our Lifetime Free Updates policy.


FL Studio 3.4.0

Wednesday, December 19, 2001


Added fat mode to channels (echo delay tab).

New input to output mapping formula in remote control linking.

Added Fruity formula (internal) controller plugin.

New Export->Project bones (exports all channel & effect presets + scores, to merge projects easier).

Introducing channel filtering for easier reading of the step sequencer.

Introducing layer channels, to control several channels at once.

Fixed the freezing on some systems with the MIDI output enabled.

Added activity meter to channels.

New Fruity chorus plugin.

New Fruity DX10 & SoundFont player plugins.

Can now move patterns (or blocks of patterns) up/down (see playlist menu).

 

New 'save new version' option.

Note properties editing in the piano roll now works only for selected notes, if any.

View all channels (ghost) mode in piano roll.

Added vertical zoom in event editor.

Added tempo fine tuning (song settings).

Relooked testing kb, now with visual feedback & layer key zones.

Removed 'shuffled' option in channel's echo delay.

Added 'Play to end' option to Fruity slicer plugin.

Arpeggiator time to max = holding.

Added 'add root note to key' feature (useful for Fruity slicer & Fruity soundfont player).

Fixed patch not restored by the MIDI out.

Fixed last MIDI device not working for MIDI output sync.

Samples with loop points stored in wrong order are now loaded properly.

Little startup things are now set to better default values.

Removed raster visual effect in event editor.

Removed random association, replaced by the channel layering, better but uncompatible.

Channel aftertouch now mapped to #253 in MIDI input mapping (key aftertouch=#254, pitch bend=#255).