FL Studio Setup and Troubleshooting: Panorama T Series
There are no files to be installed, in order to use the Panorama T series with FL Studio.
Installation & Setup
The T series controller will emulate a MCU (Mackie Control Universal) controller, for Mixer and Transport functions. Just make sure that you have updated your controller’s firmware and then follow these steps:
- Plug-in your Panorama T series controller and make sure it’s switched on (if you didn’t do so already).
- Launch FL Studio.
- Go to the ‘Options’ menu.
- Select ‘MIDI Settings’.
- In the ‘Output’ section, set the Port number to 90 for ‘MIDIOUT2 (PanoramaT*)’ in Windows or ‘PanoramaT* Mixer’ in OS X
In the ‘Input’ section, enable ‘Panorama T4’ in Windows or ‘PanoramaT* Internal’ in OS X.
- Also in the ‘Input section, enable the ‘MIDIOUT2 (PanoramaT*)’ in Windows or ‘PanoramaT* Mixer’ in OS X, set the ‘Controller Type’ to Mackie Control Universal and set the Port number to 90.
- Close the MIDI Settings window.
- Press both [Octave] buttons on the T series for the Global menu.
- Turn the encoder labeled ‘DAWCTL’ to select ‘MCU’
- Press the [Mixer] button.
- Press the [Play] button on the T series controller.
Playback should now start in FL Studio.
Once configured you will be able to control Mixer channels in banks of 8.
|Faders 1-8||Volume for channels 1-8 in the current bank.|
|Buttons 1-8||Mute for channels 1-8 in the current bank.|
|Encoders 1-8||Pan for channels 1-8 in the current bank.|
|Fader 9||Master Volume|
|[Shift] + [Track -/+]||Move to the previous or next bank of 8 channels.|