For those who do a lot of audio production on their computers, there are quite a few options available out there. Some of them are available for both platforms, while some are exclusive to certain platforms. One of those that was exclusive is Image-Line’s FL Studio, or better known as Fruity Loops in which it was exclusive to Windows.

However the good news for macOS users who have been dying to use it is that it looks like the Mac version is finally here, a good 20 years since the program was launched. Mac users have been asking the developer for a native Mac version for years, and it was only in 2013 that Image-Line finally began development on the native version of the app.


Dubbed FL Studio 20, the app is now available for purchase where it is priced at $99 for the most barebones version of the app, $199 for the Producer Edition, $299 for the Signature Bundle, and if you’re willing to shell out for all the bells and whistles, the FL Studio + All Plugins version will set you back $899.

Now the good news for Mac users is that if you’re already the owner of the Windows version of the app, you won’t need to purchase it again and can download the Mac version at no additional charge. Sessions are also expected to be compatible between platforms, although it should be noted that due to audio plug-in compatibility differences, 100% compatibility isn’t possible at least for now.

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