The Truepianos VST (Virtual Studio Technology) instrument incorporates realistic pianos sounds with MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) support. You can trigger notes and chords on Truepianos with any MIDI keyboard and build songs on any audio sequencer with VST support. You can also build your compositions by using your mouse. Because FL Studio supports VST, you can incorporate the natural piano sounds of the Truepianoes VST instrument into your FL Studio projects.
Launch the Truepianos installation wizard by double-clicking on the program's installer program. Move past the wizard's welcome screen by clicking "Next." Review the license screen, and then move ahead to the wizard's "Install VST Plug-in" menu.
Click on the "Specify Other Directory" heading in the "Install VST Plug-in" menu. Click on the "Browse" button in the menu to locate FL Studio's "VST" folder. The "Browse for Folder" menu will appear.
Expand the "Computer" heading by clicking on the "+" beside the heading. Expand the "Hard Drive" heading that contains FL Studio's installation. Expand the "Program Files" folder.
Click on the "+" sign next to the "Image-Line" folder, and then expand the "FL Studio" heading. Expand the "Plug-ins" heading beneath the "FL Studio" heading. Click on the "VST" heading, and then click "OK." Continue to the end of the installation wizard.
Launch FL Studio after you've installed Truepianos. Click on the program's "Channels" heading. Highlight the "Add One" heading in the "Channels" menu, and then click on the "More" option.
Click on the "Truepianos" checkbox in the "Select Generator Plug-in" menu to activate the Truepianos VST plug-in. Close the "Select Generator Plug-in" menu.