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How to Send MIDI to Waves Plugins in FL Studio

Jul 10, 2022

Learn how to send MIDI to Waves Plugins in FL Studio.

  1. Import audio to a new FL Studio session. Double-click on the waveform, and set the Track to 1 to assign the audio to an audio track.
    Import audio to a new FL Studio session. Double-click on the waveform, and set the Track to 1 to assign the audio to an audio track
  2. Insert a Waves Plugin on the track.
    Insert a Waves Plugin on the track
  3. To connect MIDI to the plugin, click the Gear Wheel symbol next to the plugin’s name.
    To connect MIDI to the plugin, click the Gear Wheel symbol next to the plugin’s name
  4. In the Settings window, set the MIDI port to 1.
    In the Settings window, set the MIDI port to 1
  5. Make sure that your MIDI controller is sending the MIDI at the same port that the plugin receives.
  6. Open Options in the FL Studio menu at the top right corner.
    Open Options in the FL Studio menu at the top right corner
  7. Select the MIDI controller that you are using, and set the MIDI port to 1. Now the plugin receives MIDI from the desired controller.
    Select the MIDI controller that you are using, and set the MIDI port to 1. Now the plugin receives MIDI from the desired controller

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