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just thought id share the stand i just made. i cobbled it together using a couple of extra shelf brackets and random pieces of wood i had laying around. took about 20 mins. it doest look too great, i could spruce it up with some paint i guess...but i probably wont bother. it functions perfectly...and even those gaudy scallops are useful to route cables under the thing (i hadnt planned that at all).
best of all...it was free
hmmm.....i have a novation remote sl also.
heres how mine is set up. i have transport and midi all working "properly". quotes because its pretty finicky and i have to redo some settings if i turn things off and back on again. also some projects dont behave as expected after loading them and i have to tweak stuff to get it right again.....anyway:
novation usb midi to computer/midi out to deluge
deluge usb midi to computer/midi in from remote sl/midi out to hw synths (set midi thru - on)
fl studio midi options settings:
midi out - sync port 0
2-sl mkii - sync port 0
deluge - sync port 0
send master sync - on
2-sl mkii novation remote sl enable
deluge generic controller enable
auto accept detected controller on
support hold and sostenuto on
leave all right side ports/channels blank
::edit:: DO set a port # for the deluge....if you dont you wont be able to lock the instruments to receive notes from the deluge on specific midi channels
and thats it. as i mentioned....its all working pretty much as it should. transport functions correctly and latency isnt a problem. did you remember to turn on the "send master clock" setting in the output section?
you dont really need the midi from the novation through the deluge unless you plan on not going through fls all the time. this way you can use fls as just an audio out for your hw and not need the midi out plugin in the channel rack. if you go straight usb midi...youll need the midi out plugin.