Okay, bet I'm gonna get A HECK TON of hate for this so prepare yourself...
Ready? Okay, here it goes...
How would one do this in FL Studio?
1) Open FL Studio
2) Close it again
3) Open your favourite web browser
3) Go to https://www.ableton.com/en/shop/live/
4) Click "Buy now"
7) Follow the steps as above!
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It's pretty much could be everything. It could be a rack inside of an instrument rack. It could be a row of effects grouped together. Overall just something inside of a rack.
Okay! Thanks! :)))))]]>
This... is... noobtown!!!!!!!!:
Here is the question
What's a chain?
BTW, you should post that tutorial in a new topic so everyone can see.]]>
One thing though, in step 5, you can simply hold down the first and last buttons of the group of buttons you want to use (instead of having to press every single button at the same time).
Keep up the great work]]>
1. Drag an instrument rack into a new midi track.
2. Create however many chains you need (I'll be using 8).
3. Map the chain selector to a macro. To do this, press the "map" button on the instrument rack, click on the chain selector, and then click "map" under the first macro.
4. Open midi map mode and click on your chain selector macro.
5. Press all the buttons you want to use at the same time. 1 chain = 1 button.
6. Set the minimum as 1, and your maximum as the amount of chains you have.
7. You should now be able to select different chains. If not, try again or post a reply.
Credit to Jonty Kennedy for]]>