FLSM

FLSM

Developed by Image Line Software

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2011-06-21
  • Current Version: 3.1.892
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 928.52 MB
  • Developer: Image Line Software
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 500 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $899.99
FLSM App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Based on 500 Reviews
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FLSM App Description

THIS IS NOT THE FL STUDIO MOBILE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! :) Get the new FL STUDIO MOBILE here - https://itunes.apple.com/app/fl-studio-mobile/id432850619 MESSAGE TO FLSM CUSTOMERS: Things have changed, and here's what we did: 1. Renamed 'FL Studio Mobile' to 'FLSM' 2. Renamed 'FL Studio Mobile HD' to 'FL Studio Mobile'. 3. We now upload the same App under these two product names. While FLSM is identical to FL Studio Mobile (formerly, FL Studio Mobile HD), we are sending NEW customers to 'FL Studio Mobile' to concentrate sales on a single App. FLSM will continue to be updated and supported in step with FL Studio Mobile. Please note that Apple related review delays may mean that there can be, up-to 4 days, differences in update times, although updates normally happen on the same day for both Apps. TROUBLE-SHOOTING & ISSUES Please help us to help you! Register FL Studio Mobile and visit the support forum to report bugs and make feature requests: http://support.image-line.com/redirect/flmobile_forum

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App Reviews

  • In accessibility

    1
    By Mason Tilley 11119999022956786
    Reply to developer: The only app for iOS I have found that is even partially accessible is garageband, created by Apple itself. Another accessible audio application is hokusai2. Although I am aware that this app’s functionality is not music creation, other apps created by this developer do have that purpose. And they are accessible. I realize that this app is not supported anymore, but until I learned that developers could respond to reviews posted on their products, I didn’t figure reviewing this would generate much in the way of accomplishing anything. I would have reported my thoughts on the app that is being supported, but the last time I checked, you can’t review an application without first purchasing it, and I don’t want to buy something I know won’t work just to provide feedback for it in the right place
  • Update ruined it

    1
    By DJcamm
    The previous version of this app actually felt like a miniature version of FL Studio and was great for making rhythms on the go to port later to the desktop FL Studio. But this new update kind of took that away and so many other great things. It’s terribly buggy for how long it’s been in development, and I nightmare to use compared to the previous version. And no it’s not because I don’t know how to use it FL company. Also things like GSM are standard on the desktop FL, but demos on this version, so you have to pay more if you want your projects to port over correctly from device to desktop and vice versa. It’s isn’t FL Studio anymore. It should have remained the same and had updates to polish that version more, not completely scrap everything to come up with this.
  • stupid update ruined any of my ability to make beats

    2
    By Tatyattghhjjin the space
    this app used to be so dope and i would make so many dope beats on it until the stupid update literally made this app an entire new app that im not tryna learn.. new format is crammed and stupid, overall the worst update for an app i have EVER ecperienced, it isnt an update i can just get used to, it ruined the app
  • Mobile version of the Worlds favorite DAW upgraded to version 3

    4
    By Trizzaygetem
    Update 10/2017: Man I didn’t know that FL Mobile was updated to FLSM in version 3. I owned FL non-HD since version 2. Nice to see you keeping true to the upgrades for life philosophy. In some ways better than the PC version.to be honest,recording vocals on iOS is more streamlined and traditional than recording audio in FL directly on the timeline or through Edison. Tilting your iDevice as a pitch wheel with the built-in accelerometer by tilting the device.In some ways,mobile music production is more advanced than on a laptop-I'm others more convenient. And the minisynth is included in the new update has some nice presets. Pretty impressive stuff. Yeah,kids (21 and under) have it made. Technology is turning the wild beast called music industry into a domesticated pet. Great job Image Line.
  • It's just...the worst.

    1
    By RamenRecon
    It's been over a year since the new major version of FL Studio Mobile came out, and it is still suffering from neglect, poor design choices, and detrimentally missing functionality. No file folder support, saved projects completely missing from file list, rendered audio files nonexistent after rendering, and all sorts of workflow tools still not replaced. This is merely the tip of the iceberg. This app is a huge joke and those of us who paid for it are the punchline.
  • It's ok

    2
    By traplle btoke
    Might be good, don't use it s lot.
  • Go Back To The Old Version

    1
    By Jay Oruam
    I Like The Layout It's Nice! However, the program has less features. It's difficult to control and other times it delicate. It also completely wiped off all my other beats I had before the new update. I'm a big fan of FL Studios, but now I can't make a beat without the program glitching or shutting down in the middle of the beat then gone after you come back to the app. It was easier before non of that would happen. Please bring the old version back!
  • PLEASE READ THIS DEVELOPERS!!!

    1
    By Cajchhdhggj
    I love making music and this really has good synthesizers, instruments, and drum samples. It also has automation which a lot of music making apps don't have. There's just one ginormous issue... IF A SONG I MAKE SOUNDS GOOD THEN IT MAKES TERRIBLE GLITCHY NOISES THAT SOUND LIKE AN AVALANCHE OF ROCKS!!! Especially when I do a sidechain. It may be my iPod, but if it is, then you need to make it work on older devices. I promise there is nothing wrong with the speakers on my device they work with other apps and when you fix this problem, I will change my review. Thx.
  • Someone help

    1
    By Shar far
    Zero stars this app is too confusing it has a. Bunch of features that we don't need I can't even add samples into this like before I have removed this app from my phone and will never use again unless y'all fix this and put it back how it used to be it's not fair
  • I can't sample

    3
    By Rejcts
    So as it is right now the only way to get MP3 files into FLSM is either through the built in iPhone mic, a mic on some earbuds, or using iTunes fileshare. As of now these are all tedious and laborious options that barely work. I would love to see the return of importing samples straight from iTunes library as before. With that I would also love to see the old way of editing an MP3 with its own workstation. AudioCopy is not the way to go for importing samples. Please change this so I can change my rating.

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