FL studio is often praised as being one of the best DAWS for music production. We sat down with a long-time user to see how much FL studio is really worth the money. Mark van Rijswijk has been working with Image-Line’s FL Studio for more than a decade and knows the ins and outs of the software. Though, as the saying goes: “There’s always more to learn!”
According to you, is FL Studio worth it?
For you what are the main features that stand out?
FL Studio’s Piano Roll
How would you describe FL Studio in terms of workflow?
Have you tried other DAWs and how do they compare in your opinion?
What is your advice for people starting out with FL Studio? How should they plan on learning its ins and outs and how is it different from other DAWs?
FL Studio Main Window
What would you say is the best style of music to produce with FL Studio? Or do you think there’s no such thing and that FL Studio is suited to many genres?
For which type of producer is FL Studio more adapted?
In sum, could you list some pros and cons of FL Studio in your opinion?
Mark van Rijswijk
ContributorMark van Rijswijk (pronounced: Mark van Risewike) is an electronic dance music producer from the Netherlands. He likes to be innovative and original. While his interest mainly lies in Trance music, Mark often takes journeys outside this genre to explores styles such as House, Dubstep, Drum & Bass or even Hardstyle. He likes to blend these styles together. What’s most important to him is expressing himself through music. Mark’s Soundcloud & Spotify