FL Studio 10 Contest

Image Line has announced a contest to introduce FL Studio 10.

Help them spread the word that FL Studio 10 has been launched and link to their launch page and you could get a cut of their promo budget.


  • 1 – $1010 USD
  • 2 – $510 USD
  • 3 – $410 USD
  • 4 – $310 USD
  • 5 – $210 USD

Here’s how it works:

All you have to do is blog or cross-post the FL Studio 10 launch on your Facebook, blog or other web page and let us know to be in the draw. We will randomly choose 5 people to share in $2450 USD of cash prizes at the end of April 2011.

Conditions of entry:

1. To participate you must (at least) publish that ‘FL Studio 10 has been launched‘ with a link to the news item [ http://www.image-line.com/documents/news.php?entry_id=1301017795&title=fl-studio-10 ] on your Facebook page, your website or other Blog page.

2. Report back to us at Facebook OR Looptalk. Cross-post a link to your publication as a comment on the Facebook thread [ here at FacebookORLooptalk [ here at Looptalk ] and we will randomly choose 5 qualifying winners from among both locations at the end of May 2010.

3. Your cross-posting. The FL Studio 10 News announcement & link must be visible on your page (Facebook, Blog or Web page) when we cross-check for the prize.

4. Cash prizes. You must have a PayPal account in order to collect a cash prize. If you don’t have a PayPal account the prize will be given as Image-Line Virtual Cash on your Image-Line account (we can set one up for you if you are not already a customer).

7 thoughts on “FL Studio 10 Contest

  1. Well, well, if only a blind musician could use FL Studio to create music. It's a paradox – for creating music, you MUST use you sight (with most tools) – it's like for creating graphics you HAD to use your ears …

  2. Not an FL Studio user here (but I like to keep myself informed about new developments) and I think that FL Studio suffers from a same caveat which my preferred DAW does; bias.

    "The interface looks easy / simple as such the whole product must be easy and/or simple". Bzzzzt!

  3. Well let me be the first to say this, "FL Studio FTW"!!!
    I didn't like Fruity Loops at first either, but after 5 mins with someone that know how to use it, i was taking huge first timer steps.Fl Studio 10 FTMW!
    Where'd the Pattern Board go?

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