UPDATED VIDEO 2019 – https://youtu.be/dMU2Y2oP-Ic

Today we are continuing the FL Studio 12 Basics series by showing beginners how to set up and use a midi controller in FL Studio 12.
I demonstrate on an M Audio Axiom 49 2nd Gen and a Trigger Finger Pro Drum Pad.
The best thing about a midi controller is how much it adds to your workflow and how cheap they can be, with very little difference between cheap and expensive devices.
You can use them to audition sounds, record midi, create pattern, test our effects, record automation and more.

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