Usually the workaround for this is to close FL, unplug/re-plug the USB cable on my interface, and reopen/reload FL and the project (which is already very inconvenient as it is) but a few of my projects have seem to "deactivate" MIDI transmission upon being loaded. I've tried restarting my computer, I even tried opening a blank session, loading a MIDI Out plugin and playing some notes with success, but once loading certain projects, it no longer works.
Screenshots of my MIDI and audio settings within FL, as well as the audio settings and diagnostic tabs of the Komplete Audio 6 (as is)
This only happens with the Komplete Audio 6 too. MIDI still perfectly transmits to my D-05 module, and to plugins within FL studio. I assumed at first that it was the audio interface itself that was the problem, but upon testing its MIDI In port with an external controller (not via USB, 5 pin DIN on both ends)
I assumed at first that this is perhaps a memory overload problem, however, considering that the project(s) are only taking 2.3 GB of about 8 GB of available physical memory, and of 10.5 GB of virtual memory (at max) on a 64-bit system running the 64-bit version of FL, I don't think this is the problem. What is going on, and how do I fix this?
P.S. while I've had problems with this while transmitting MIDI to all of my synths, the only time MIDI has transmission has stopped altogether for certain projects upon loading is during the following:
- I am transmitting data to my Chroma Polaris synthesizer
- I am using a custom MIDI Out preset that maps each of the Chroma's CC values to a knob
- I am creating automation clips using the "create automation clip" method