Once the domain of techno and electronic genres exclusively, virtual tools are used today in the production process of artists in every musical style. Founded in 1994, Image-Line took three years to find its calling. That happened when the company released the FruityLoops step sequencer, putting itself on track to eventually become one of the top producers of audio software. What began as FruityLoops has since evolved into Image-Line's flagship DAW, FL Studio. Depending on the tools you need for your work, you can choose from the FruityLoops Edition, Producer version or Signature Bundle to make sure you're all set. After that, it's just a matter of adding the plug-ins you need and you'll be well on your way to producing professional-quality sounds like well-known DJs and FL Studio users Avicii, 9th Wonder and Afrojack.
Speaking of plug-ins, there are lots of synthesizers to choose from in order to get the specific sound you want from your FL Studio DAW. If you like additive synths, check out Morphine and Ogun. For subtractive synths, start with PoiZone. Want the best of both? Harmless is a subtractive synth with an additive engine, opening up a whole new realm of control, and Harmor is a full-featured additive/subtractive synth, image synth and audio resynthesizer. With those as well as others such as Toxic Biohazard and Sawer, there really is a synth plug-in for every FL Studio user. Read More >