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Setup

After you have completed the standard process of installing the plugin into your chosen plugins folder,

Step 1: Make two new MIDI tracks.
Step 2: Apply the Harvest plugin onto one track, and apply your MIDI instrument of choice to the other.
Step 3: On the “Midi From” drop down on your instrument track, change from “All Ins” and select the MIDI track that Harvest is on.
Step 4: Still on the instrument track, change the “Monitor” setting from “Auto” to “In”.
Step 5: Arm the Harvest track for recording.

Harvest is now ready for use

TIP: We recommend creating a dedicated folder for MIDI clips created with Harvest. Having done this, you can save the folder and easily access your new MIDI clips in Ableton’s browser.
NOTE: Harvest can only be used to control VST Plugins, and therefore cannot control FL’s default instrument collection.

After you have completed the standard process of installing the plugin into your chosen plugins folder,

Step 1: Load your instrument of choice into an instrument track on the Channel Rack
Step 2: In the instrument’s window, select “Detailed Settings”, followed by “VST Wrapper Settings” (top left corner gear icons)
Step 3: Under MIDI, change input port to any desired number
Step 4: Next, load Harvest onto another instrument track on the Channel Rack
Step 5: Now, again under “VST Wrapper Settings”, select the same port chosen in step 3.

Harvest is now ready for use.

TIP: We recommend creating a dedicated folder for MIDI clips created with Harvest. Make this folder accessible in your file browser by going to Options > File Settings, and selecting your folder of choice. Note that your file browser will need to be reread when a new file is created.