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Recently I've created a script that helps to control FL studio with Arturia MiniLab Mk2. The first knob is for browsing presets/samples. Other knobs are mapped to control volume and panning. Pads can control drums, like in FPC plugin in another mode they can control play, pause, recording, etc. There's also a possibility to use them as a step sequencer.

If you are interested, check out this video.

If you want to obtain it, send me an email at
MiniLab MKII / Re: Help setting up Knobs with Reason
« Last post by MajorFubar on Today at 05:59:04 pm »

Unfortunately I'm not a Reason user, I haven't been since Reason 4. I hope someone can come along and help you, but Reason is a bit of a shall we say boutique product compared to the major players so you may have to wait a while for someone with the appropriate knowledge to pass by. Alternatively try asking on a Reason forum or FB group: there's probably more Reason users there with Arturia controllers than there are Arturia users here with Reason.
MiniLab MKII / Help setting up Knobs with Reason
« Last post by DerickHeisler on Today at 04:12:35 pm »
Hi everyone. Yesterday I got my Minilab MkII to use for my sound engineering classes. Currently, I'm working mainly in Reason, and have been trying to get the controller set up to work properly. I followed this guide: and have been able to get at least some functionality out of it. However, I'm having a few issues.

I'm trying to get the knobs on memory bank 3 to be unassigned so that I can quickly use overrides to change parameters with my knobs. However, when I try to do this I run into several issues. When setting up the keyboard automatically in reason as a MIDI control keyboard, the knobs function in relative mode, with the parameters set in MIDI control center. However, trying to use the unassigned knobs in memory 3 doesn't result in any MIDI input in reason. I found out that if I set up the controller again separately as a control surface, that it will recognize these controls. When I do this however, the knobs stop functioning as relative, and won't let me change the parameters correctly when assigning them to the knobs. In the override mappings, trying to change the knobs in this mode makes reason freak out and switch between the 2 separate 'versions' of the controller, often crashing the software outright. The only way I seem to be able to get the knobs to function correctly is by not setting it up as a separate control surface, but this leaves me unable to program the knobs as I see fit. Is this just something I'm missing in MIDI control center? Any help is appreciated.
Free Speech / Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Last post by MajorFubar on Today at 03:49:59 pm »
Thank you for updating us with the outcome.

haha... I didn't see any update...

or are you being sarcastic?
Neither, he's a spammer (the link in his sig I didn't originally spot is the giveaway).
Deleted and banned.
Unfortunately, the KSP does not deal with sysex commands and you can't currently send program change messages to external synths.
is there a way to endlessly loop sequences in a chain?
KeyStep Pro - Feature Requests / Re: Save Arps
« Last post by BigFknRobots on Today at 01:40:11 pm »
- lack of arp to sequencer
- and only 5 CC sequences (across your whole setup, not 5 per track)

were my biggest feature disappointments when I first got my KSP

along with USB midi bugs (which appear to be fixed)
and the lack of an ability to send sequences to specific ports only (though it's still convenient to have a second port even if it's sent an identical signal... control over which port would simplify things when dealing with multi-timbral synths)

currently, my main issue is the lack of control over what gets forwarded to the midi output

I'm hoping new features are on the way!
Free Speech / Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Last post by BigFknRobots on Today at 01:32:58 pm »
Thank you for updating us with the outcome.

haha... I didn't see any update...

or are you being sarcastic?
Hey guys!

Really loving playing with hardware again

but looking for an affordable multitrack way to duck all my synths with my kicks etc like I've come to rely on with software
"side chain compression" style.

Any sick tricks people have to replicate this effect affordably?

Anyone from Arturia... any chance of making a product like this?
There's not a lot in this space!

Essentially craving something like Volumeshaper / LFO tool / Kickstart / Gatekeeper

being able to trigger a ducking curve from an audio input, midi note or CV input...
Multiband would be a bonus but not essential
multiple stereo inputs would be great, with an "amount knob" per input....

Anyone else think this would be cool?
KeyStep Pro - Technical Issues / Re: I hate the KSP now
« Last post by BigFknRobots on Today at 01:11:57 pm »
PS: Can you please make the verification letters so they are readable? FFS

It's not just me!

I had to click the audio button!
Works wayyyy better
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