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FL Studio 20 Signature Edition Software Physical Copy £195.69 @ Amazon
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Posted 11th May

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Rarely goes on deal, I'm told the signature edition includes a lot of the most important plugins. Excellent time to buy for anyone dabbling with music production that is waiting to pull the trigger!

The digital only copy can be had for £230 from the Image Line official site.

FL Studio is a complete software music production environment or Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). Representing more than 20 years of innovative development it has everything you need in one package to compose, arrange, record, edit, mix and master professional quality music.

FL Studio is now one of the world’s most popular DAWs and is used by the most creative artists.

Full feature list and edition comparison can be found here:
support.image-line.com/jsh…050

A bundle of FL Studio Producer Edition + some signature plugins.
Purchase includes Lifetime Free Updates
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Incredible software voted hot
benhornsby199911/05/2020 23:10

Incredible software voted hot


I've been amazed what my friend has been able to make with the trial version of FL, can't wait to see what he comes up with when he can actually save his projects and not export into audacity every session... Also can't wait to steal the software key for my own PC
Plus you don’t have to worry about paying for the upgrades when new version comes out; it’s perpetual free upgrade license. Bought mine 4 years ago, great software
is this the same as buying & downloading it from the official image-line website?
pinchosgold11/05/2020 23:31

is this the same as buying & downloading it from the official image-line …is this the same as buying & downloading it from the official image-line website?


Yep except you wait on the physical copy arriving to get the key. Presumably extra aftercare with Amazon customer service too.
ShoelaceExpress11/05/2020 23:38

Yep except you wait on the physical copy arriving to get the key. …Yep except you wait on the physical copy arriving to get the key. Presumably extra aftercare with Amazon customer service too.



Thanks! I just started using the Demo version, this is a awesome deal, just can't decide if i'm in it for the long term...
If they run out of stock it's the same price here - juno.co.uk/pro…01/
Edited by: "PeacePipe" 11th May
is it only the physical edition? read some comments on amazon saying they only got a code, no usb :/
Dealz4Lyfe12/05/2020 02:09

is it only the physical edition? read some comments on amazon saying they …is it only the physical edition? read some comments on amazon saying they only got a code, no usb :/


Use the code anyway,to get the latest version
Also comes with a new plugin called flex.

I've been using FL studio since alpha release of version 1 when it was basically just a drum machine called fruity loops.

When I bought it, I found out one of the versions was going to be phased out and everyone would be upgraded to the next one, I found it one sale reduced to £99 and I ended up getting the 250 version.

Brilliant software it does everything now
I recommend getting the free version of komplete for some decent extra vst plugins too while you're at it
LondonsRichestTramp12/05/2020 02:41

Use the code anyway,to get the latest version



yea, just wondering if i'll get the drive, been waiting for this to go down in price good find OP
Dealz4Lyfe12/05/2020 02:52

yea, just wondering if i'll get the drive, been waiting for this to go …yea, just wondering if i'll get the drive, been waiting for this to go down in price good find OP


I don't know about this particular version, but I got the boxed edition with the usb full of samples etc when I bought it. But when you link the key to your account, you can access lots of free samples on the site as well, so make sure to do that to get the most stuff.

I recommend getting the free drum kits pack for the fpc drum machine.
Last music software I paid this much for was cubase VST 3.4, it was like £399, it came in a big box with mostly manuals and a parallel port dongle to enable it to work, I was over the moon.

I went to my mates a couple of days later, he told me he already had it. He got it on a cd with a bunch of other music software and paid a £10 ..

Never again..
This takes me back. I remember making trance and hardhouse on Fruity Loops 3 in college. Well, trying anyway!
ukez12/05/2020 06:10

Last music software I paid this much for was cubase VST 3.4, it was like …Last music software I paid this much for was cubase VST 3.4, it was like £399, it came in a big box with mostly manuals and a parallel port dongle to enable it to work, I was over the moon.I went to my mates a couple of days later, he told me he already had it. He got it on a cd with a bunch of other music software and paid a £10 ..Never again..



I would guess more than likely the "lite" version, or one from the high seas.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 12th May
Rhoobarb12/05/2020 06:46

I would guess more than likely the "lite" version, or one from the high …I would guess more than likely the "lite" version, or one from the high seas.


Mine was the legit version from the store, his was the full cracked version from a torrent site, which back then people use to sell on CDs, much like they did with movies.
ukez12/05/2020 07:58

Mine was the legit version from the store, his was the full cracked …Mine was the legit version from the store, his was the full cracked version from a torrent site, which back then people use to sell on CDs, much like they did with movies.



That's what I meant by "high seas". You paid for a legit version. His £10 CD wasn't. Legit costs money.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 12th May
Rhoobarb12/05/2020 08:32

That's what I meant by "high seas". You paid for a legit version. His £10 …That's what I meant by "high seas". You paid for a legit version. His £10 CD wasn't. Legit costs money.


I miss read that..not slept yet... My body clock is shot! lol
Erm.. I just bought this 3 days ago.. and you show me this? I would have really liked the boxed copy too!
Can anybody recommend any websites etc to help a complete beginner learn about/get into producing?
Batman5290112/05/2020 21:33

Can anybody recommend any websites etc to help a complete beginner learn …Can anybody recommend any websites etc to help a complete beginner learn about/get into producing?



Honestly, Youtube is probably your best bet, there are plenty of demonstrations that don't fall into the cringey, stereotypical 'tuber' trash. I can highly recommend Guy Michelmore's channel. He uses Cubase, but a lot of the production elements and advice he gives carries over quite well. Unless you prefer reading text of course.

When you first load it up, it may look daunting to someone who has never looked at music software before. But most of it is not necessary to get you going. FL Studio is not too hard to get something quickly out of it. It's easy to make a wide range of styles on it. I just spent about 6 hours making an 'Epic Trailer Music' type track, and it came out surprisingly well (I usually just create DnB, trance or rave type music). So it's not just for EDM styles (although that is where it's roots are mainly from).

Focus on something simple until you get the techniques, then progress from there. At some point you will need to think about what styles you would like to have a go at.

You can go from casual tinkerer to full on pro setup if you wish. What kind of thing were you thinking as a setup? Do you have an instrument? Were you thinking of vocals? What hardware were you looking at, etc? And then there are a practically unlimited amount of software plugins, from effects to instruments, ranging in price from £0 to £1'000's.

Or you can just use FL Studio with the built in plugins on nothing more than a laptop and a pair of headphones and are still able to make some great sounds.

Like any hobby, the more you invest into it, the more you will get out of it. But, in the same way that Photoshop won't take pictures for you, or After Effects won't make amazing videos for you, FL Studio won't write the music for you.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 12th May
Rhoobarb12/05/2020 22:19

Honestly, Youtube is probably your best bet, there are plenty of …Honestly, Youtube is probably your best bet, there are plenty of demonstrations that don't fall into the cringey, stereotypical 'tuber' trash. I can highly recommend Guy Michelmore's channel. He uses Cubase, but a lot of the production elements and advice he gives carries over quite well. Unless you prefer reading text of course.When you first load it up, it may look daunting to someone who has never looked at music software before. But most of it is not necessary to get you going. FL Studio is not too hard to get something quickly out of it. It's easy to make a wide range of styles on it. I just spent about 6 hours making an 'Epic Trailer Music' type track, and it came out surprisingly well (I usually just create DnB, trance or rave type music). So it's not just for EDM styles (although that is where it's roots are mainly from).Focus on something simple until you get the techniques, then progress from there. At some point you will need to think about what styles you would like to have a go at.You can go from casual tinkerer to full on pro setup if you wish. What kind of thing were you thinking as a setup? Do you have an instrument? Were you thinking of vocals? What hardware were you looking at, etc? And then there are a practically unlimited amount of software plugins, from effects to instruments, ranging in price from £0 to £1'000's.Or you can just use FL Studio with the built in plugins on nothing more than a laptop and a pair of headphones and are still able to make some great sounds.Like any hobby, the more you invest into it, the more you will get out of it. But, in the same way that Photoshop won't take pictures for you, or After Effects won't make amazing videos for you, FL Studio won't write the music for you.


Great post. 100% can vouch for Guy Michelmore. He has really good energy in his videos which motivates you, definitely worth a watch.
Rhoobarb12/05/2020 22:19

Honestly, Youtube is probably your best bet, there are plenty of …Honestly, Youtube is probably your best bet, there are plenty of demonstrations that don't fall into the cringey, stereotypical 'tuber' trash. I can highly recommend Guy Michelmore's channel. He uses Cubase, but a lot of the production elements and advice he gives carries over quite well. Unless you prefer reading text of course.When you first load it up, it may look daunting to someone who has never looked at music software before. But most of it is not necessary to get you going. FL Studio is not too hard to get something quickly out of it. It's easy to make a wide range of styles on it. I just spent about 6 hours making an 'Epic Trailer Music' type track, and it came out surprisingly well (I usually just create DnB, trance or rave type music). So it's not just for EDM styles (although that is where it's roots are mainly from).Focus on something simple until you get the techniques, then progress from there. At some point you will need to think about what styles you would like to have a go at.You can go from casual tinkerer to full on pro setup if you wish. What kind of thing were you thinking as a setup? Do you have an instrument? Were you thinking of vocals? What hardware were you looking at, etc? And then there are a practically unlimited amount of software plugins, from effects to instruments, ranging in price from £0 to £1'000's.Or you can just use FL Studio with the built in plugins on nothing more than a laptop and a pair of headphones and are still able to make some great sounds.Like any hobby, the more you invest into it, the more you will get out of it. But, in the same way that Photoshop won't take pictures for you, or After Effects won't make amazing videos for you, FL Studio won't write the music for you.


Hey thanks for the really detailed response. In terms of what I was looking to do I mainly just want to learn how to produce hip hop beats, I'm not trying to make my own whole songs with vocals or anything like that.
Batman5290113/05/2020 15:08

Hey thanks for the really detailed response. In terms of what I was …Hey thanks for the really detailed response. In terms of what I was looking to do I mainly just want to learn how to produce hip hop beats, I'm not trying to make my own whole songs with vocals or anything like that.


Ok, well, rather than lead this thread along an unnecessary winding path for those that just want to know about the deal, I'll PM you with some pointers and a good place to start
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I haven't used FL for yeeears. I use Cubase but at this price I can't say no
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