Manufacturer: Native Instruments
Click here for Maschine
Supported since: FL Studio 10.5 beta
Controller works as a drum machine and clip launcher.
1. Download the Controller Editor from Native Instruments, and open the mapping file designed for FL, located in
(FL Studio)\System\Hardware specific\Native Instruments MASCHINE MIKRO\FL Studio.ncm
2. Start FL Studio and connect the device, it will be auto detected by FL Studio.
3. Make sure the MASCHINE MIKRO is enabled in the MIDI options.
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT/SESSION to navigate in the session in performance mode, or shift the keys in drum mode.
SCENE: triggers vertical columns. +SCENE: same but adds to the existing triggered clips.
SAME MODE: only triggers scene clips of the same mode.
QUEUE: queues the next clip(s).
MUTE: either press & release to mute all, or hold & press pads to mute individual tracks.
METERS: displays track activity meters, also press pads to mute.
G SNAP: SNAP off will use FL's global snap mode, instead of no snap.
In performance mode, each track has 4 pressure parameters which appear as normal, linkable CCs. In drum mode, pressure works as per-pad CC.
To lock SCENE, +SCENE, QUEUE or SNAP, simply double-tap them (quickly enough, like a mouse double-click).
The controller is a bit similar to MASCHINE & you can add custom controls from the MASCHINE layout if you want.
MIDI Controllers FL Studio officially support
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