Image-Line has introduced the theme feature for their latest version of FL Studio.
Using it, you can personalize the overall look of FL Studio.
Some basic themes come loaded with the software, but you also have the flexibility to build and customize your themes.
This article lists some unique themes you can freely download and use with FL Studio. Read carefully so you do not miss any important steps.
FL Studio 21 Themes Curated from Image-Line Forum
Since Image-Line released FL Studio 21, curious community members have created new good-looking themes.
I’ve reviewed those themes in the forum and selected the following for their unique look and popularity.
Ensure you are logged into the FL Studio forum before downloading.
Otherwise, when downloading, you’ll see a “You are not authorized to download this attachment” message.
Don’t know how to install these FL Studio themes? Learn how to add themes to FL Studio.
Cyberpunk is a theme that illustrates the color palettes of the Cyberpunk 2077 video game.
It also comes with a custom background image that goes well with the design.
Hyper Light Night
Hyper Light Night is a colorful, funky, 8-bit style FL Studio theme based on a computer game called Hyper Light Drifter.
I especially like the background image used in this theme. The funny thing is now I’m using it as my computer’s background image.
Super Nintendo is a game-related theme. It features the colors of the popular American Super Nintendo.
The theme also features the classic controller button colors of the Japanese version of the console.
The Pacman theme for FL Studio features a dark interface with some colorful parts. It has quite a unique look.
Dark ICE is a lit theme, and I like this one as it somewhat portrays the classic “black ice” skin colors on my favorite video game.
Twilight is a beautiful theme that has a five-color scheme interface with a dark background.
GOTHIC has yellow, white, and black as the primary colors. The simple design of this theme gives it a unique look.
Cyber Pink is a theme made by NextDAW. It has a dark contrast with a pink, blue, and violet color scheme.
Rukia is also an anime-based theme.
It portrays the fictional anime character “Rukia Kuchiki” from the popular TV show “Bleach.”
This theme has a soothing look with its grayish-white color combination.
Madoka is an anime-based theme. It is a dark-type theme with pink text and icons.
It also comes with a custom Madoka background image that goes well with the colors used on the theme interface.
SEGA Dreamcast theme for FL Studio symbolizes the popular Dreamcast video game console from Sega.
The theme has a rich color pattern with red and gray as primary colors.
Sony PlayStation 2
Sony PlayStation 2 theme for FL Studio represents the boot screen colors of PlayStation 2.
Cyber-Dusk is a child theme of Cyber-Pink. It has an added violet hue overlay that helps reduce some eye strain.
FL Studio 21 Themes from OddPlug
I made the following FL Studio themes while trying out the new features on the latest version of the software.
They are not the best, but I want to share them in case it’s useful for any of you.
Also, I’m building some amazing themes. I will post it here once it’s ready.
White Pink is a tile-style theme with white and pink as their primary colors.
Eye Safe features a night light hue over the FL Studio interface, helping reduce the strain on your eyes in a dim light work environment.
Tiles is a standard version of Eye Safe with no added hue overlay.
Friendly Green is a simple theme featuring low-intensity green texts and icons to mimic the look of a classic digital audio spectrum analyzer display.
FL Studio 21 Themes from Image-Line
Image-Line has provided nine themes with their latest version of FL Studio.
If you have the latest software version installed on your computer, you can find these themes under the program install location folder titled “Artwork.”
Program Files\Image-Line\FL Studio 21\Artwork\Themes
If, for some reason, you’ve lost these files, you can download them from below.
I’ve combined all nine theme files and thumbnails into a ZIP file.
Once you download and extract the file, copy and paste the “Themes” folder into the following file location. It should work.
Program Files\Image-Line\FL Studio 21\Artwork\
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I change the theme in FL Studio 21?
You can change the theme in FL Studio from the Menu panel > Options > Themes. Inside the themes window, you’ll see a set of default themes from Image-Line and the ones you created or added.
How do I add themes to FL Studio?
You can add themes to FL Studio by copying and pasting the preset files of the theme into the proper location of your User data folder. You can find this folder under Documents > Image-Line > FL Studio > Settings > Themes.
Can you customize FL Studio?
Yes, FL Studio is a versatile software; you can customize it to portray a new look. Most window modules of FL Studio allow you to customize and save the settings into a preset file. New versions of FL Studio also have a theme feature that lets you customize the overall look from a single window.