Introducing FL Studio Fruity FIRE by Akai

“AKAI Fruity FIRE the first ever dedicated hardware controller for FL Studio”

Akai has teamed up with Image-Line to create the first dedicated controller for FL Studio, called Fire. 

 

At its heart, Fire has a 4×16 velocity-sensitive RGB pad matrix, allowing you to input patterns on the Step Sequencer or switch over to Performance Mode for live playing, recording of notes and launching patterns.

Fire also includes four touch-capacitive knobs with four banks of settings, giving the user instant adjustment over parameter values, including control over the channel, mixer settings, and user-assignable parameters.

The controller will ship with a special edition of FL Studio called the Fruity Fire Edition, which has the same feature set as the Fruity edition of FL Studio that usually retails for €89

Talking on the new relationship with Image-Line, Dan Gill, Product Manager for Akai Professional had this to say: “We are extremely excited to be working with Image-Line, the production power of FL Studio 20 combined with the hands-on hardware control Akai is known for makes for a powerhouse combo.”

Fire is available now and retails for $199.99. You can check out the Akai website for more details.