The first thing to know about FL Studio is that all the windows can be moved around. Nothing is fixed, besides the toolbar across the top of the screen, which is what we will look at first. Here you will find the File, Edit, Options and much more up the top left. Those should be pretty self-explanatory. Pat and Song. Switching between them allows you to move between sketching out ideas to making a full track, pretty seamlessly. The snap control can be specified at those levels individually too piano roll etc. These are important, as they bring up the main views which we will discuss next. From left to right:
Developed by the Belgian company Image-Line. FL Studio features a graphical user interface based on a pattern-based music sequencer. Everything you need in one package to compose, arrange, record, edit, mix and master professional quality music. FL Studio 11 is the fastest way from your brain to your speakers. For example, all FL Studio 10 customers will be able to update to a fully functioning version of FL Studio 11, 12, etc, for free.