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News and pictures were recently released showing new features included with FLStudio6.

- A New and Improved Mixer

- Sustain

- Multiple MIDI in's

- Fruity Browser "Search" capabilities

- Minor software bug fixes

- Dynamic Loops plug-in

- Chrome plug-in (visual effects)

- Aguru's Directwave Sampler plug-in

- MTC Wrapper plug-in

- Fruity Squeeze plug-in

- Vocoder VSTi plug-in

- DrumSynth Live plug-in

- SimSynth Live plug-in (bug fixes)

- Slayer plug-in (slides and per-note parameters will be added)

- Fruity Scratcher plug-in (with 2 turntables)

- Fruity Reverb 2 plug-in

- EQUO

- Fruity Multiband Compresser plug-in (3 band)

- Fruity Envelope Controller plug-in

- Probably other internal software improvements

- FPC2 plug-in (8 banks of 16 pads, ADSR envelopes, FX, kit & loop library

Chrome.jpg

This is apparently just some fancy visual effect

ScetchSample.jpg

DirectWave.jpg

Looks like some sort of multisample editor

EnvelopeController.jpg

Self-explanitory

Dynamic-Loops-UI.jpg

I'm not entirely sure what this is

EQUO.jpg

A graphic equalizer, that smooth wheel looks useful

MultibandCompressor.jpg

It's about time

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Hm... interesting. Looks like Image Line finally jets off. A sampler, a loop player that looks like something from e-lab orSpectrasonics, a graphical EQ with 31bands and a multicompressor.

For those who know how to use it, great. But I also fear the flood of mudded up and overcompressed tracks on OCR.

Prices (including upgrade prices) already known for FL6 Studio?

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Anything new about the actual host? Or is it just a lot of new plugs?

One nice thing about FL is that the built in plugins are AMAZINGLY CPU efficient and are intended to integrate perfectly. I always use the FL EQ, FL Reverb, FL overdrive, FL sampler, FL slicer (etc) whenever I can over the alternatives. So the addition of new plugins is really like an addition to the host.

However, I'm 99% sure they're going to be adding more host functionality as well. They probably just didn't mention the specifics on the list.

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Hm, this looks like it might be real useful. Someone pointed me to a library of some individual string samples with a sample for each note, and I'm assuming this'll allow you to put something like that together to act as if it's one "soundfont"?

It's a sampler with all the features that a sampler should have, quite simply. Reason's NN-XT, Logic's EXS-24, Kontakt, Gigastudio, Halion, Machfive.. all have similar functionality.

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Hm, this looks like it might be real useful. Someone pointed me to a library of some individual string samples with a sample for each note, and I'm assuming this'll allow you to put something like that together to act as if it's one "soundfont"?

You can already do it using a layer+sampler combo.

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Hm, this looks like it might be real useful. Someone pointed me to a library of some individual string samples with a sample for each note, and I'm assuming this'll allow you to put something like that together to act as if it's one "soundfont"?

It's a sampler with all the features that a sampler should have, quite simply. Reason's NN-XT, Logic's EXS-24, Kontakt, Gigastudio, Halion, Machfive.. all have similar functionality.

It'll basically be like those programs, minus the kick ass sample library (unless FL decides to include kick ass samples with V6. :lol: ). The filters though... those excite me.

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