FL Studio + Melody Sauce

Built with FL Studio in mind, Melody Sauce powers up your creative workflow

A QUICKFIRE MIDI MELODY CREATOR VST

Introducing Melody Sauce's powerful phrase building engine

Whether you’re making a Trap beat or an EDM track, Melody Sauce’s unique MIDI phrase building engine is simple to use and is capable of creating millions of highly useable melodic options in a few simple clicks.

Complex MIDI generation algorithms mean that none of Melody Sauce's output is pre-programmed - the melodies are created for you based on settings you control.

And with Melody Sauce’s intuitive interface and simple workflow you don't need to be an expert in music theory to create awesome melodies, just go with your ears.

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 software instrument track.

Choose your key, mood and complexity options and speed settings to generate customised melodies to fit your project and you’re ready to create, audition and select melodies instantly.

Easily add harmonies or keep the rhythms and swap the notes all on the fly. You can audition ideas as you play back your Reaper project, or drag-and-drop created melodies as MIDI clips right into you MIDI track.

And all this with a 7-DAY RISK-FREE 100% MONEYBACK GUARANTEE.

Try Melody Sauce now and create the melodies your beats deserve.

Watch FL Studio and Melody Sauce in action with DJ Ave Mcree

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Melodies that work across multiple genres

Melody Sauce's complex generative algorithms and simple controls will help you find melodic inspiration for all genres from Hip Hop & Trap to House & Techno.

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DAW Compatibility

Melody Sauce's VST/AU MIDI FX is compatible with most major DAWS including Ableton Live, Logic Pro, FL Studio, Studio One and Reaper.

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Melody Sauce FAQs

We often get messages from users before they buy or while they're trying to install our plugins and integrate with their DAW software, so we have an extensive FAQ section within our resources. Below are some of our most asked FAQs.

FL STUDIO: I can’t load Melody Sauce in FL Studio

Please follow these steps:

1. Go to options Options and select “Manage Plugins”

2. Click on Melody Sauce

3. Under Options tab, click:

'Rescan previously verified plugins’

'Rescan plugins with errors’

4. Make sure the correct path for the plugin is listed under the “plugin search path”, if not please add this

5. Under the Plugin tab, select “Synth” under type.

6. Click “Verify Plugins” in the top left hand corner

7. Click “Find plugins”

Does Melody Sauce work with FL Studio Native Plugins (eg. MiniHost, Harmor?)

Yes, please follow the instructions below:

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:

FL_Studio_Patcher.png

FL STUDIO: I can’t load Melody Sauce in FL Studio

Please follow these steps:

1. Go to options Options and select “Manage Plugins”

2. Click on Melody Sauce

3. Under Options tab, click:

'Rescan previously verified plugins’

'Rescan plugins with errors’

4. Make sure the correct path for the plugin is listed under the “plugin search path”, if not please add this

5. Under the Plugin tab, select “Synth” under type.

6. Click “Verify Plugins” in the top left hand corner

7. Click “Find plugins”

Does Melody Sauce work with FL Studio Native Plugins (eg. MiniHost, Harmor?)

Yes, please follow the instructions below:

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:

FL_Studio_Patcher.png

FL STUDIO: I can’t load Melody Sauce in FL Studio

Please follow these steps:

1. Go to options Options and select “Manage Plugins”

2. Click on Melody Sauce

3. Under Options tab, click:

'Rescan previously verified plugins’

'Rescan plugins with errors’

4. Make sure the correct path for the plugin is listed under the “plugin search path”, if not please add this

5. Under the Plugin tab, select “Synth” under type.

6. Click “Verify Plugins” in the top left hand corner

7. Click “Find plugins”

Does Melody Sauce work with FL Studio Native Plugins (eg. MiniHost, Harmor?)

Yes, please follow the instructions below:

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:

FL_Studio_Patcher.png