I am using Scaler 2 on FL Studio 20 and I want to share my project with a friend that has both of these programs. Is there a way i can share it where he will be able to open and edit it just like i would if i opened the project?
Should work, as long as your friend also has Scaler 2 (ideally same version) installed.
Ok ive seen the export option but what do i export it as?
Wouldn’t you just save an FL session and send him that? Then he would just open it as a normal FL session.
doh…i havent even tried that i was just positive i had to export it as a certain file or something.
what is the option to “create a direct wave instrument” for? obviously to create a direct wave instrument but what is that?
Yes, you should be able to just save it as a regular .flp project file and then share that.
I attached a demo project, just with a simple instance of Scaler 2, should look like that…
I had to name it .mid since the forum here doesn’t allow .zip or other file formats. Just rename the .mid file back to .flp, like so…
I only played with this once and haven’t used it much since. But now, coming to think about this again in Scaler context… you could keybind sections A/B or C in Scaler to chord progressions, and then have the chords (or even performances) be mapped to keys in the DirectWave instrument. So if you want to share melodies/chords/sounds with project collaborators who don’t have Scaler, you could just share the .FLP project with the DirectWave instrument (or perhaps just the .DWP file?)
. But before you actually share this with others, check with the Scaler team if that is within the licensing terms. I don’t want you to lead you into legally shady territory…