FL Studio 20 is here and completely Mac ready

Belgian software company Image Line will mark 20 years since the launch of their popular digital audio workstation Fruity Loops, now called FL Studio. The DAW has been used by some of dance musics top names, such as Martin Garrix, Alan Walker, Benga and the late Avicii.

With the previous release being FL Studio 12, they will take a jump to FL Studio 20 for a special anniversary release. The biggest update to come with the 20.0.0 release is native support for a 64-bit version on OSX, the main operating system of Mac.

Also amongst a long list of new features and updates is:

– Track and clip consolidation
– Multiple arrangements per project
– 500 playlist tracks (previously 199)
– 25 plugin updates
– 125 mixer tracks (previously 99)
– Editable toolbar

For anyone interested in purchasing an FL Studio license, you can grab the Fruity Edition for $99, the Producer Edition for $199 or the Signature Bundle for $299. From release 20.0.0 Image Line are also offering free lifetime updates on all versions.

Watch the official launch video below.