The ability to use FL Studio 20 on Mac was the biggest news. However, it also includes other updates. The question in place is what the difference between the two is when functioning on a PC or a Mac.
The good news is that FL Studio works almost the same on a PC and Mac. The new and old features are compatible with both systems.
The new version no longer needs any more emulations or wrappers for the major plugins and you will not experience any cross-compatibility issues with your project files.
FL Studio becoming Mac compatible has been able to tap in new base of new users, seeing that Mac is the most common choice for budding and existing producers.
It comes with a license for both Mac and PC and projects that are cross-compatible. This will prove to be a perfect feature for people who love to travel with their MacBook and also for those who have a Windows desktop. This means that on either world, you can still be able to produce music.
FL Studio 20 has increased the Playlist Track from 199 to 500 which is great news to the power users. It is not unlimited, which means it can be less likely that your largest projects will hit the limit.
FL Studio 20 also has support for the multiple time signatures in the project, the playlist switches seamlessly as it also encounters time signature instructors even during playback. It also has more flexibility with the arrangements.
The Arrangements menu makes it easy for to manage many Playlist Versions of the sound design, project-working ideas, versions, and so on.
With the professional audio recording outfits like Ableton and Pro Tools, this version is now offering music producers the chance to create different signatures throughout the arrangement.
At any point along your timeline, you will be able to change time signature. Djent producers will love this, but EDM producers might find it limiting.
With this version, it will be very easy to bounce clips to audio.
Sometimes while we are doing a project, the CPU gets to a point where it can’t cope and he process stops running smoothly. This version offers you an easy and quick method to bounce or freeze clips which is very useful.
This means that with FL Studio 20 you will be able to consolidate any track to an audio, free up all of the instruments and inserts you were creating before. With this version you will be able to render clips to an audio in-situ and still be able to choose whether to bounce a playlist lip selection or a complete track.
They also redesigned the main Toolbar making it easy to edit.
They have also managed to bring back other classic features such as Sampler Channels and Graph Editor. The Mixer track count was also increased from 104-125, with new mixer layout presets, and they have also tweaked the comprehensive bundled plug-in with multiple models receiving updates.
All you need to do when you buy the FL studio is make sure that the license covers both Windows and Mac. If you are a current FL Studio owner, you can get the Mac version at no additional charge. Make sure that the projects are also compatible between Windows and Mac versions of the program.