FL Studio

It's version 9.1 I can't describe it any better than that,

Application Details:

Version: 9.1
License: Retail
Votes: 1
Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.3.13

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Test Results

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What works

-Installation, main program + all plugins

Using virtual desktop:

-Rendering interface


-Mostly everything works

-TS404 bassline synthesizer, Speech synthesizer, 3xOsc, Autogun, Beepmap, BooBass, Chrome, Drumaxx, DrumPad, FL Keys, FL Slayer, FPC, Fruity Kick, Fruity Dance, DX10, Fruity Soundfront Player, Harmless, Ogyn, PioZone, Sakura, Sawer, SimSynth, Sytrus, Toxic biohazard, Wasp XT

-Graphics tester

What does not

-High latency (between 500-1000ms)

-Uneven keyboard strokes, pressing keys in sync wont play them in sync, there seems to be some random time between a keypress and the sound playing.

-Example project files doesn't work.

-Synthmaker has rendering problems


What was not tested

-Anything MIDI

Hardware tested


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Additional Comments

The installation process proceeds flawlessly. First start: FLStudio complains about missing wav-files from the example project, and tries to restore them online. Takes a long time and nothing happens so I cancel it. Starting the program gives only a transparent gray window that can be maximized/minimized but not closed, there are no controls, just gray transparant color, clicks goes right through. Has to use virtual desktop for the window to render. That however works almost perfectly. All tested pluigins except syntmaker which seams to have some rendering problems works well. There are only two issues: 1. The latency (this is almost always a problem with these kinds of programs, but is slower under wine then under windows). By tweaking the settings a bit I could get it a little better, but its hard to play even the simplest tune using the keyboard keys. By using a realtime kernel (or perhaps a very fast computer) and tweaking the niceness and such this issue could possibly be solved, but I did not test that. 2. Keys sticking when using the keyboard to play, this is a problem on windows too, but they appear more sticky under wine. I found a small flaw in Toxic Biohazard: When switching presets, if I try to select the preset 'to the right of the first program' I get this error: "Access violation at adress 0CE742F2 in module 'fldownload.dll'. Read of adress 00000002C.") Once it gave me this error when exiting: "Exception EAccessViolation in module 'rpcrt4.dll' at 0000B10F. Access violation at adress 7E9B10F in module 'rpcrt4.dll'. Read of adress 1009EF2C."

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentUbuntu 10.10 "Maverick" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Feb 15 20111.3.13Yes Yes SilverJonas Abrahamsson 
ShowUbuntu 10.10 "Maverick" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jan 12 20111.2.2Yes Yes BronzeTre 
ShowMac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard"Aug 23 20101.2Yes Yes Bronzean anonymous user 

Known Bugs

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HowTo / Notes

Add Vorbis-Ogg support (I.E. Built-in drum loops and FPC ... etc.)
wine notepad 'C:\windows\system.ini' or your favorite *nix text editor
(*nix path is '~/.wine/drive_c/windows/system.ini')

...And then add this in the drivers32 section:


 Good luck!!!

Reported fixed in wine 1.3.28 and later


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