How To Connect Bluetooth Headphones To Fl Studio Mac

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Open the FL Studio menu and select Preferences. Click the MIDI tab and select the controller identity or protocol for your device. Enable the device’s Input and Output ports. Assign both ports the same FL Studio Port number (Port 102 is recommended). Select the Input port’s Control Type. Close the Settings window. Match the ports. You need Soundflower installed on your computer. Then, you can go into Audio/Midi Setup (should be in the 'other' folder in Launchpad) and create a new aggregate device by pressing the plus button. Then, select Soundflower (2 ch) and your bluetooth speaker (which must be connected) via the checkboxes under the 'Use' column.

Open the FL Studio Mixer Select the Master Track. At the bottom of the Master Track Properties panel, select the Outputs you want from your Audio Interface inside the Aggregate Device. To use your Mic, select an Insert Mixer Track Properties. Open Spotlight by clicking on the magnifying glass in the top-right of your screen. Type ‘Audio MIDI setup’ and double-click to open it. From the top bar, click: Window ➝ Show MIDI Studio. A new window will open.

I am running Windows 10 (v1511) on my iMac using Bootcamp 6.0.

Although my Apple wireless Keyboard works fine using Bluetooth with Windows, I have been unable to get Bluetooth headphones to work.

I have so far tried both the LG HBS700 and the Bose QuietComfort 35. In both cases they appear to pair okay, but the sound it extremely intermittent, cutting in and out a few times per second.

They both work fine with the same iMac running macOS

Can anyone advise as to how to fix this?


iMac (27-inch, Late 2012), macOS Sierra (10.12)

How To Connect Bluetooth Headphones To Fl Studio Mac Download

Posted on Oct 15, 2016 2:57 AM