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Do not use Betas for mission critical work. They may expire or behave in unexpected ways. Expires: 27th October
FL Studio 20.8
- Frequency Splitter - Split and process audio into 2 or three bands using Linear Phase or Low Latency filters from -6 dB to 96 dB Octave.
- Glitch free plugin loading - FL Studio audio is far less likely to be interrupted while loading a plugins. NOTE: If a plugin introduces processing latency, then audio glitches can't be avoided.
- Automation - Increased precision for control and parameter automation.
- Language - Support for display languages other than English. Translation files are not yet released.
FL Studio 20.7.3 - There will be an additional maintenance update. The following features scheduled for that release are also in the 20.8 Beta, as you can't test 20.8 without also getting what's coming in 20.7.3 :)
- Playlist menu - New option Tools > Export all Playlist track groups. Groups audio for Parent and all Sub-Tracks into a single WAV file, reducing clutter.
- Revised unlock system - Changes have been made to make it clearer how to unlock FL Studio from Trial. A new Unlock Panel better shows the options.
- Menus - All check (selectable) items now support Right-Click to check or uncheck them without closing the menu.
- Performance monitor - Moved percentage column closer to the plugin name.
- Toolbar peak meter - Now indicates potential clipping even when the audio driver doesn't require it.
- Playlist - 'Edit > Make unique' now applies to all Clip types and selected Clips.
- Playlist - Preserve trim edits and now Start Point with the 'Clip Menu > Select source channel' function by holding (Shift).
- Projects - FL Studio now shows a file-size warning when saving a project with large Edison instances.
- AKAI FIRE (pad colors) - Improved coloring of scales when using different root notes.
- Mixer Disk Recording (Alt+R) - Where a time-line selection is made, recordings will end up in the wrong place