FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC - Editors Keys
FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC - Editors Keys
FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC - Editors Keys
FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC - Editors Keys
FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC - Editors Keys
FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC - Editors Keys
FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC - Editors Keys
FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC - Editors Keys

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FL Studio Keyboard - Backlit - For Mac or PC

Sale price€133,95
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World's First Backlit Keyboard for FL Studio. 

You can spend hours - if not days creating your new beats and music, eyes focused on your bright monitor, so it's important you choose the best tools to help you become more productive than ever before.

We wanted to build the best keyboard possible for FL Studio (Fruity Loops), one with amazing color coding, the best shortcuts, backlighting, and great design. We worked with a lot of professional FL Studio users to produce this amazing FL Studio Keyboard. 

Now for the first time, you can edit faster, reduce eye strain with the world's first and only backlit editing keyboard for FL Studio.

  • Edit faster in FL Studio
  • Available for Mac or PC
  • Improve your studio
  • Loved by FL users in every country around the world

Funded by Fans

From ColdPlay’s producer Rik Simpson, the BBC, Fox Network to thousands of home users, the campaign was backed from users from all over the world. The successful Kickstarter campaign reached 200% of its original funding goal.

That's why we've developed the brand new range of backlit keyboards, all designed for your editing software.

How many times have you sat in a dark room editing, struggling to see the keyboard, or simply used a poor quality keyboard? We're getting rid of both of those problems today. 

Eye Strain Reduction 

Eye strain is a big problem for most computer users and for editors working in a dimly lit room the problem can be much greater. Did you know you can be causing yourself to suffer with eye strain, back pain and neck pain? 

We worked with Optical Express in the UK to ensure we developed a product which would help remove these problems. 

“This innovation should significantly reduce eye strain symptoms. This will ultimately improve efficiency for the user & improve eye health in the long term” said Stephen Hannan, Clinical Services Director of Optical Express.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Johnathan Wright
Good Quality - Pricey considering the included features

The keyboard itself is quite sturdy. I have had this keyboard for several years now and no keys have failed yet. I find the slim keys to be very useful, as typing is easy. The tags on the keys are more useful than you think - they help you memorize the shortcuts after looking at them for long enough. I don't really have to look at the keyboard anymore for shortcuts.

One minor thing I dislike is that the wire stemming from the keyboard does not have very robust support. Some simple reinforcement would suffice. The true reason I didn't give 5 stars is the price.

If you want an alternative to paste on shortcut stickers this is definitely the best choice.

Ethan Sunday
Good, Small things I would change however

I just wish however that I just didn't have to rely on some third-party macro software just to adjust volume easily. On the keyboard, I found that the button that has a mail icon on it I found that it will mute/unmute my audio, which is interesting, I assume that that button was made to bring up my mail application or something, but for me, all it does is mute/unmute, I am not upset about this at all as I would rather have a mute/unmute button than a Mail one, but still, it is interesting that there is a button with a mail icon whose function is Mute/Unmute. The only other thing that I wish was slightly different is the resistance that the keys provide. While I like the chiclet-style build of the keyboard, this small distance that the keys have to travel for a press to be registered is great, however, some of the keys especially the bigger ones (like the CTRL or WINDOWS keys) provide very little resistance to the point where I feel like I'm not really pressing a button, feels like I'm just kind of setting my finger there and the key registers a press. It makes me wonder that if in time this issue will become worse making the weight of the key itself register a press unintentionally, hopefully not. These are more nitpicky issues than anything, so overall I enjoy and like the keyboard.