INSTRUMENTS / GENERATORS
Fruity Keyboard Controller generates automation data to control modulation targets (knobs, sliders etc.) from Piano roll or a live MIDI input. MIDI Note or velocity can be used as the modulation source. Read more about internal automation controllers here. See Fruity Keyboard Controller in action here. A closely related plugin is Fruity Envelope Controller.
How to use:
When Fruity Keyboard Controller is loaded in the project, two options will be available for linking:
By default, lower notes generate low automation values and high notes high values. If you run your finger up and down the piano keyboard, the linked control will increase and decrease in response to the position of the notes on the keyboard. Alternatively, you can also customize every note to output user selected values as follows:
NOTE: The FL Studio's 'animations' smoothing setting as reflected in the Keyboard Controller GUI do not affect the output from the plugin. However the Link dialog also has a smoothing option and this will interact with the smoothing settings used on Fruity Keyboard Controller.
The keyboard view is related to the preview keyboard seen on Channel Settings.
Selected Key - Left-Click notes to select them. The selected key is blue. Changes to the Note Mapping Controls will apply only to this note.
Key Range - The Key Range is used with auto mapping and defines the range of active notes for automation control. When auto mapping the first note in the range is set to the minimum value (0%), while the highest note is set to the maximum value (100%). The keys between those two notes are auto-mapped to the intermediate values. Set the limits by clicking and dragging along the note ruler (where it shows C4, C5 etc). NOTE: Wider the ranges allow finer the automation control.
Plugin Credits: Didier Dambrin