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fruity loops tutorials Hooking up Outboard MIDI Hardware to FLStudio


Hooking up Outboard MIDI Hardware to FLStudio

Here's a very short step-by-step introduction on connecting a hardware synth or sampler to your PC and setting FLStudio up. You'll profit from the combination of the hardware sound you've used to and the flexibility of FL Studio's sequencer.

1. First of all, make sure your synth is connected to your PC's MIDI interface.

2. Then, we need to tell FL Studio which MIDI interface to use. Open the MIDI settings by pressing F10 or enter it via the menu: Options -> MIDI settings.

3. You need to assign a port to the device you connected your external hardware with. Click the device, then click the "port" field below and select a port number by dragging your mouse up or down. From now on, FLStudio will know which MIDI interface it can send MIDI data to.

4. Create a MIDI out channel by clicking "Channels -> Add one -> MIDI Out".

5. Open the channel settings by clicking on the MIDI out channel. Set the port to to same number you've chosen before for your MIDI interface.

6. Play some notes. If you can't hear anything coming out of your synth, open the options menu and check whether "Enable MIDI ouput" is enabled. If it isn't, enable it.

7. It should work now. Really :)

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