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have you considered switching daw?
audio interface depends on your i/o requirements and the monitors you have
pls elaborate ok
As for an audio interface, anything with 2 inputs and 2 outputs should be fine, depending on your requirements.
Anyway, in terms of FLStudio 11. It works fine. It shouldn't really make much difference what OS you're using for it as long as it is compatible (So that's for example FLStudio on a Mac. Therefore you'd need something like bootcamp to get windows on it) and also the fact that you have like the minimal requirements to be able to run it. I currently run a:
Windows 8 64bit Operating System
Intel i7-3770k Quad Core Processor
8GB DDR3 RAM
nVidia GT630 Graphics Card
and fl studio works perfectly. I would invest particularly in at least 4+GB of RAM and a fairly high end processor. That will tackle latency and crackles whilst trying to play your track and it will keep the CPU process load low! If you're also having a problem with something like this. I would recommend you get ASIO4ALL which is a free software which to put it in short terms; "Focuses your audio so FL Studio can take over it and use it to it's full extent" correct me if I'm wrong. You could also just change up the buffer size (in ASIO to it's max to help too) or if you're using the Primary sound driver. You can turn up the Buffer Length to something higher.
I currently run 3232smp 74ms and it's fine, no crackles or anything and inside asio
Hope that's helped or anything
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