Mixer and PDC
If you’re the sort who spends time dreaming of getting behind a massive, room-spanning SSL console, you’ll be thrilled to learn that FL Studio’s Mixer now offers up to 125 tracks. Whoa. We’d be happy if that was all Image-Line gave us, but they’ve gone much further by providing the muchdesired ability to instantly reset selected Mixer tracks to their default states.
Unfortunately, latency is a fact of life in our world. There is simply no way for software applications to take audio in, mess about with it, and then spit it back out without taking at least a little time… especially when loads of plugins are in play. Most modern DAWs offer some sort of plugin delay compensation, and the best of them work transparently with little intervention needed on the part of the user. FL Studio’s delay compensation is now more transparent than ever thanks to a comprehensive rewrite. Even the FX wet/dry control is automatically compensated for any latency introduced to your mix. FL Studio 20 will also automatically compensate for delay added when using Sends – and the same goes for plugins with multiple inputs and outputs.