Supported since: FL Studio 11.0.4
1. Connect the device via USB and wait for Windows to auto install its drivers.
2. Run FL Studio and enable the device in FL MIDI Settings.
-Pads trigger zones of 8 clips of 4 tracks at a time in Performance mode, a keyboard and FPC drum controller page that support velocity and pressure and a Gross Beat controller page.
-Touch faders send a note message when touched and a control message when moved. Feedback is only shown after they are linked.
-To link a parameter in FL to a fader movement, touch the fader, right click a parameter in FL, choose Link to controller, enable Auto detect, then move your finger across the fader.
-To link a parameter in FL to pad pressure on a controller page, press and hold a pad, right click a parameter in FL, choose Link to controller, enable Auto detect, then push down furthur on the pad.
OVERVIEW: displays an overview of 4x7 zones, track activity page and 3 controller pages, press a button to jump to the corresponding zone or page.
SCENE: triggers vertical columns or grouped clips.
+SCENE: triggers vertical columns or grouped clips but adds to the existing triggered clips.
SAME MODE: triggers vertical columns of only clips of the same per track Motion setting.
SNAP: bypass snapping.
GLOBAL SNAP: will use FL's global snap setting instead of the per track Trigger snap setting.
QUEUE: queues the next clip(s).
STOP: hold while pressing pads to stop tracks.
(Double tap SCENE, +SCENE, SNAP or GLOBAL SNAP to 'lock' them on).
MIDI Controllers FL Studio officially supports
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