About three months ago, desktop software moguls Image Line released FL Studio 12, the latest installment of the DAW formerly known as Fruity Loops. Although this update integrated practical features such as multi-tech support and a bit-size classifier for plugins, it failed to reveal the Mac support that Image Line had promised.

Now Apple users can rest at ease, as FL Studio for Mac has just entered its alpha phase. The popular production program is testing for an OS X interface, but obviously has a few weak links in the sound design chain. There’s currently no component for VST plugins – that is, outside plugins such as Massive and Sylenth – along with the absence of MIDI input and output.

Regardless, Mac users should rejoice as Image Line has finally made good on their long-awaited promise. You can view all its current features here, and register to download the FL Studio alpha here.


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