FLStudioMusic was established in 2008. It was the first blog to cover the growing community of FL Studio users, since its launch, offering free resources for music productions, as well as daily news to help the artists discover more tools for creativity.
Since its inception as a Blogger site, FLStudioMusic has featured a wide selection of free samples, instrument and effect plugins, Kontakt libraries, presets and much more. Time passed and we have become a reference point for most new music production blogs (struggling to copy us), but also first choice for FL Studio producers and users when it comes to news, and the main portal for all plugin developers and sample makers when they want to reach the heterogeneous community of FL Studio users.
Although we have a well-defined audience of FL Studio producers, other DAW’s users (which are not playing the “I use a pro DAW and you don’t” drama) are encouraged to visit us, also the content of this site is compatible with their software, except, of course, the FL project files. Especially, all who are guided by the principle “it’s the Indian, not the arrow” are welcome. Musicians, not trollers.
Very important, and to clarify this part, we must specify (and you to understand) that we are a fan site, not an official site. FLStudioMusic.com is not created, affiliated or endorsed by the Image-Line company, the creators of FL Studio DAW software. Any use of products and trademarks is duly noted.
Our general email address is contactatflstudiomusicdotcom
Currently, we are a small team consisting only of three persons: Stephen Rich, Jonathan Leich and Ian Ross. Therefore, if you are connected to music, mainly with music production, we’re welcome you in our team! Please contact us and let us know about you.
We are now accepting standard ads in 336X280 px and 728X90 px sizes. They are posted in the right-hand column of all of our posts and pages, on top header, and inside all posts. Our blog reaches over 100,000 users per month with 300,000+ page views, the majority comes from US, UK, Germany, France, Canada, Netherlands and Japan. Contact us here and we’ll discuss more.