1. Connect your Oxygen to your computer.
2. Press the DAW/Preset button (#1) on your Oxygen keyboard to enter into DAW mode. Notice that the DAW button is now lit (#2)
3. Press and hold the DAW/Preset button (#2) on your Oxygen keyboard.
4 Using the < or > Buttons (#3 or 4), scroll to “Mc1” and then release the DAW/Preset button to select it.
Your transport controls, faders, buttons and knobs will now have messages mapped for FL Studio.
To provide the most versatile controller, the Oxygen series has 2 modes, Preset and DAW mode.
When in DAW mode all of the controls will be used for controlling DAW functions and controls.
When in Preset mode all of the controls will be used for controlling Virtual Instrument parameters and controls.
1. Click Options and select MIDI Settings from the pulldown menu.
2. In the MIDI tab, under Input select Oxygen ##.
3. In the Controller Type pull-down menu select “generic controller” and select “Enable”.
4. Then select MIDIIN2 (Oxygen ##) This may be labeled as DAW on a Mac.
5. In the Controller Type pull-down menu select “Mackie Control Universal” and select “Enable”.
6. With the MIDIIN2 (Oxygen ##) (Mackie/HUI on a Mac) selected, change the “Port” to 0 using the “Port” pull menu.
7. In the Output section, select MIDIIN2 (Oxygen ##) (DAW on a Mac), and change the “Port” to 0 using the “Port” pull menu.
8. Click “X” in the top right corner.
9. The Transport, Channel Faders, Mute, Solo, Select, Panning, and Bank Controls should be controllable with the Oxygen series keyboard while in DAW mode.
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Creating an Instrument Track
1. In FL Studio, click the View Browser (folder icon).
2. Then in the Browser select Plugin database > Installed > Generators > VST.
3. Click and drag the VST plugin you would like to use to a Track.
4. The virtual instrument should be controllable with the Oxygen series keyboard while in Preset mode.
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