FL Studio

Melody Sauce has been developed to integrated seamlessly with FL Studio DAW as a VST Plugin.

Setup in FL STUDIO

In FL Studio you simply load Melody Sauce as a VST plugin onto its own MIDI channel, and then route the outgoing MIDI from this channel to another channel with your chosen 3rd party software instrument.

NB: For setup with native FL Studio synths (MiniHost etc), please see separate instructions b

3rd Party Plugins:

Insert Melody Sauce VST onto a new channel by clicking on “ADD” and “More plugins…”.

NB: be sure to use the VST version, and not the AU/Audio Unit:

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Search for MelodySauce and double-click on the VST plugin.

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The authorisation window will appear.  Enter your license/serial key to authorise Melody Sauce (this requires an internet connection).  See Authorisation Guide for more details.

Once authorised, open Melody Sauce’s interface panel and click on the Detailed Settings icon:

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Set the MIDI “Output port” to a specific port e.g. Output port number “1”

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On a second channel loaded with one of your favourite software instruments, set the MIDI “Input port” to the same port as you selected above (e.g. in this example set the Input port to port “1”):

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Melody Sauce is now ready for you to start creating melodies.

Native FL Studio synths (MiniHost etc):

 1. Open a Patcher channel

 2. Add Melody Sauce (right-click “Add plugin”)

 3. Add your native FL Studio synth (eg: MiniHost)

 4. Go to the Detailed Settings gear tab on Melody Sauce, and select a port (any) for the MIDI   “Output Port”

 5. Make sure they are all linked as follows:

   - From FL Studio green MIDI output to Melody Sauce

   - From Melody Sauce green MIDI output to MiniSynth

   - From MiniSynth yellow audio output to FL Studio

See below: