FL Studio 12.2 Now Available; Here’s What’s New

Image-Line has released FL Studio 12.2.

FL Studio 12.2 includes a complete vectorial overhaul of 25 of plugins, over 1,600 new percussion samples and more.

Here are the details on what’s new:

  • New vectorial interfaces – Updates for your favorite plugins (BeepMap, BooBass, EQUO, FL Keys, Fruit Kick, Big Clock, dB Meter, Delay 2, Delay Bank, Drumsynth Live, DX 10, Fast Dist, Flangus, Granulizer, LSD, Multiband Compressor, PanOMatic, Parametric EQ, Plucked!, Reeverb 2, Slicer, Soft Clipper, Soundfont Player, Stereo Enhancer, Stereo Shaper, Vocoder, WaveShaper, X-Y Controller)
  • Harmor – 3 x tempo synced templates (2, 4 & 8 bars)
  • New Content – 1650 one shot drum samples in Packs > Drums > Mode Audio (121 Claps, 47 Cymbals, 110 Foley, 353 Hats, 349 Kicks, 192 Percussion, 57 Rims, 26 SFX, 48 Shakers, 286 Snares, 61 Toms)
  • FLAC export
  • UI enhancements – Separate color and icon menu options for Playlist Tracks, Channel
  • Rack buttons and Mixer Tracks
  • Typing keyboard to piano – 15 new scale presets
  • New demo projects – Winners & some finalists from the FL Studio Demo Contest in Projects > Song contests
  • Misc bugfixes

Image-Line also reiterated their commitment to creating a Mac version of FL Studio, saying that it will be released ‘ASAP’.

See the Image-Line site for details.

8 thoughts on “FL Studio 12.2 Now Available; Here’s What’s New

  1. want to see sticker shock?
    look at the all in bundle, that blows you mind

    by the ways do try demo before buying some systems don’t like running it well

      1. it also takes allot of power to run
        that why you should give the demo a full run before even thinking about buying
        you can do allot with the demo by the ways

    1. Really? That is an awful lot of software, most of it deep mature software, for 740 bucks. Plus lifetime updates? And way ahead of the curve on touch support so your lifetime updates are useful when the world goes entirely touch?

      I mean, I’m with Ian: it’s way toooo much software at this point. I sorta miss 2.1! I don’t see the appeal at all but still think $750 for that many hours worth of coding and testing and thinking and design is a pretty smoking deal.

    1. well they have been on windows a long time and only recently started other platforms

      then again Acid (formerly sonic foundry) has been windows only

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