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    Default How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    I was wondering if it is possible in FL Studio to assign the number pad to make it work like a drum machine. I don't want to spend $200 on something like a korg drummachine midi controller so I was wondering if it can be done with the numberpad.

    and perhaps FLstudio isn't the right software?

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    I dont think its possible to do that.
    Never seen it done.

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    That would be a good idea though.

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    Mention that shit to FL Studio so they put it in their new edition.

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    do you really think they would listen to an idea like that?

    also how would I go about contacting them?

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    You need to find a 3rd party VST or somethin that's a pad sampler that you can assign keys off the keyboard to...i highly doubt any program like FL will let you do that shit

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    i think you can my my cusin did it he has a 16 pad trigger finger and he assign every instrument like kick snare so he could play them all but im not sure if that what you are asking

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    Quote Originally Posted by EcKo View Post
    i think you can my my cusin did it he has a 16 pad trigger finger and he assign every instrument like kick snare so he could play them all but im not sure if that what you are asking
    He's askin if he could do it using the number pad on his computer keyboard.
    If u have a drum machine, like u said u just assign ur drums to the pads, and beat em.

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    oh lol ok my bad

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    Default Re: How would I use my numberpad as a drum machine?

    Its possible...You can use FPC as pad controller...you assign samples to pads in FPC and you can you use it like pad controller (but you have to turn on "typing keyboard to piano keyboard" - some notes are assinged as letters on PC keyboard so you assign samples to the notes in FPC and then you have your own pad controller)

    sorry for my english, Im from Slovak Republic (if you know where it is..)

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