Are you wondering where to install a MIDI Script in FL Studio?
Now, not every device requires a MIDI Script in FL Studio, however, sometimes you need to install a MIDI Script (which are usually free… or you can write your own), but I will show you where to place your MIDI Script file in the FL Studio file directory.
Heads up.. if you are looking for a good MIDI Keyboard, I’ve been using the M-Audio Oxygen Pro, and really like it for FL Studio usage.. here’s some useful links:
- M-Audio Oxygen Pro 49 REVIEW
- M-Audio Oxygen Pro TEMPLATE for FL Studio
- My FREE MIDI Script for the Oxygen Pro
To get started installing a MIDI Script in FL studio, make sure you are using FL Studio 20.7 or above.. as that’s that first version MIDI Scripting was added!
Here is a video explaining how to install a MIDI Script in FL Studio.. I created this video for my M-Audio Oxygen Pro 49 Review, where I wrote a FREE MIDI Script for that keyboard. Download the script and watch the review here.
MIDI Script Folder Path FL Studio
For Windows or Mac, the MIDI Script location is in Documents.
You can also view Image-Line’s manual on MIDI Scripting..
Inside the Hardware folder, create a new folder named the device’s name (for best practices). Now, drop the .py file (which is a Python script) into this newly created folder.
Here’s the full folder path.. notice the .py script has “device_” WITH THE UNDERSCORE _ !!
That’s How You Add a MIDI Script in FL Studio!
Do you have any questions? Let me know in the comments!
If you’re looking for an awesome MIDI Keyboard in FL Studio, see my M-Audio Oxygen Pro MIDI Keyboard Review!
There’s a FREE MIDI Script I wrote for it which makes it work good in FL Studio, plus, I created an add-on template for the Oxygen Pro, which will improve your experience (but not necessary).