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FL Studio setup

Alex May 19, 2014 05:20AM CEST

How do you set up Liquid Notes in FL Studio? Thanks.

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Liquid Notes Feb 02, 2015 08:30AM CET

Hi Alex,

We have updated the FAQ with information on routing setup between Liquid Notes and FL Studio.

There is much more information in the article now, supported by screenshots and related information for the routing settings in FL Studio. We figured that the VSTi settings in FL Studio is what most users are struggling with, so here is the updated FAQ:

http://re-compose.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/1845478-how-do-i-set-up-fl-studio-to-work-with-liquid-notes-

Let us know if you find anything else that is missing!

All the best,
Roland

Customer Support

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Liquid Notes May 22, 2014 10:07AM CEST RE-COMPOSE Agent
Hi Alex,

Here is a description to connect Liquid Notes to FL Studio.

Assuming that you have completed the installation of Liquid Notes on your machine successfully, please follow these steps:

(1) If you're on a Mac, follow this tutorial to set up the IAC bus - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kvk6Do-QQ8

(2) In Liquid Notes, open a MIDI file - this will bring forward the 'open project wizard', which asks you which sound output source to use. Select 'Other' for Liquid Notes to send its output to the system level, i.e. IAC bus on Mac, or LoopBe 30 on Windows. Click on 'Next'.

(3) In the Instruments and Routing window in Liquid Notes verify that all 'Out Ports' and 'Out Channels' correspond with the routing in FL Studio. Click on 'Finish' to start the harmonic analysis.

Upon completion of step 3 Liquid Notes is connected to FL Studio, and will play through the virtual instruments of the DAW. After you are finished making changes to your MIDI arrangement in Liquid Notes, you can then record it back to FL Studio or export the MIDI file.

Note: We haven seen some unreasonable, and yet inexplicable delays in the playback of audio in FL Studio when connecting Liquid Notes to it. This is currently being investigated. We'll have an update ready for you soon!

All the best,
Roland

Customer Support

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Liquid Notes Best Answer Feb 02, 2015 08:30AM CET RE-COMPOSE Agent
Hi Alex,

We have updated the FAQ with information on routing setup between Liquid Notes and FL Studio.

There is much more information in the article now, supported by screenshots and related information for the routing settings in FL Studio. We figured that the VSTi settings in FL Studio is what most users are struggling with, so here is the updated FAQ:

http://re-compose.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/1845478-how-do-i-set-up-fl-studio-to-work-with-liquid-notes-

Let us know if you find anything else that is missing!

All the best,
Roland

Customer Support
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Frank Feb 08, 2015 05:31AM CET
This is a very vague fruity routing tutorial
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Liquid Notes Feb 08, 2015 05:07PM CET RE-COMPOSE Agent
Hi Alex,

Indeed, after taking a second look at the tutorial we agree with you.

We've exchanged it with two tutorials from a better source that are very much to the point.

The updated links are in the original FAQ.

All the best,
Roland

Customer Support

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