FL Studio 10 Torrent’s appear to be everywhere online – But have you looked at the sites that they’re found on? How trusting do those sites look to you? Personally I feel like I need to run my anti-virus as soon as I exit one of these hideous ad-ridden websites claiming to offer you a free download. Even the download button is hard to find because there’s a dozen fake ones that just give you a popup.
Any of this look familiar? Avoid it like the plague, because that my friend, is not a real download button! (At least not for an FL Studio Torrent Download)
This was what I experienced at first when searching for a free torrent download of FL Studio 10. As much as it doesn’t sound like a great time, this was just the beginning of my troubles. Eventually I ended up getting a different beat making program, but before we get into that, let me tell you about the horror story involved in my search for the real FL download.
How My Search For A FL Studio 10 Torrent Began
So I’ve been a pretty avid fan of Image-Line’s “Frooty Loops” for a while now. I’ve had a lot of different versions (retail, not downloaded), and it’s the first software I ever used to make beats. A lot of people will tell you that it’s not as good as the others, but I liked it, and I stuck with it. I had been using FL Studio 9 for some time when I heard that they had released the 10th version. At the time I had my hard drive full of close to 300 different instrumentals and projects saved (you know…good ol .flp’s), and of course all my other personal files, pictures, etc. None of it was backed up and I’d never had a problem in the past so I wasn’t too concerned with it.
Checking Out FL Studio 10
I made my way to Image-Line’s website to check out the new features, and had all intentions on upgrading to the new version. I’d done several upgrades in the past when new versions came out, and it wasn’t much hassle or too expensive. So I’m looking at these awesome new things they’ve added to the program – grinding my teeth a little when I noticed they had removed the little pattern bars in the playlist – And I’m pretty hyped up about getting the newest fruity loops. I click on the little shop button and when the page loaded my heart sank a little. Not only did they raise the price to a ridiculous number, but they’d taken out a lot of the original stock plugins and sounds and made you pay extra to get them! Now I love FL, but there’s no way I can dish out $900 for a program to make beats. So my journey began…I was determined to get this program – but I was absolutely NOT paying the retail price.
Sifting Through The Fruity Loops Torrent Download’s
My mind was made up. As much as I supported FL, and enjoyed the program – they had gone too far. I’d already spent several hundreds of dollars throughout the numerous different versions of FL Studio I’d bought before, and I had pretty much convinced myself that I deserved a free copy of Fruity Loops 10. I wasn’t going to use one of those awful free online beat maker software’s so my mind went straight to a FL Studio 10 Torrent. I knew about torrents a little, and I knew that people used them to get programs and software for free. So I used my friend Google to locate a fruity loops 10 free download, and started to run into a bunch of suspicious websites claiming to have everything you’d ever wanted for free. Download this, download that (like the picture up there ^^). When I used the download buttons, 1 or 2 popups would emmerge. I wasn’t sure what it was about, but I didn’t have FL 10 yet so I kept moving through the websites.
Just so you don’t get bored I’ll wrap the story up, and tell you what happened when I finally found FL Studio Signature Bundle in a free download. I got it installed, worked my way through the strange methodical cracking process, and opened it up. I thought I’d gotten away with it when all of the sudden my computer crash landed to a blue screen of death. I rebooted multiple times, only leading me right back to the crash screen. My hard drive had been wiped, and not only did I lose FL Studio 10, but my copy of 9 and all my FLP’s!!! All the music I’d saved up was gone, all my personal files were gone, and I couldn’t make beats at all because my computer wouldn’t even boot up. So the moral of the story is, if you can’t afford to purchase FL Studio, you probably can’t afford to download it for free either – I decided to go with a free beat making software when I finally got my computer fixed up with a new hard drive, and that’s all I use now.