Hi, and welcome to FL Studio User!
Regular visitors may see a slight change in design and structure, and it is my intention to make some updates a few times a month. That has sort of been my intention for a long time, but health problems put a stop to that. I’m trying again, and hope for better times both health wise and with the site.
If you want to turn your computer into a home music studio, FL Studio is one of many options. And why should you choose FL Studio and not other offers?
Because it is affordable, easy to use, expandable, has low requirements and is very powerful. This means that it is easy to understand for the newbie, but then again powerful enough to attract users like Mike Oldfield, Basshunter, Infinity and many more.
Edit sounds with MIDI, MIDI triggers for audio and audio samples, and record your own tracks or samples. FL Studio is bundled with sound generators and effects, and because of its open architecture, you can install more sounds via VST and DX plugins, many of them freely available on the net, or buy more professional stuff from Image-Line (the creators of FL Studio) or other companies.
Reading through these pages will give you some tips and hints about how to use FL Studio. And, you can buy FL Studio and get a 10% discount!