I have my MC101 connected to my PC using a USB Cable with the audio out connected via my Audio Interface (Scarlett Focusrite in my case)
The whole process is deceptively simple:
Step 1 is to add a Midi Out instrument to your channel Rack:
Step 2 is to configure this Midi out instrument:
NB Note that everything can be left as default except the midi channel (my MC101 is on 31) and the selection of which of the tracks (1-4) that has the instrument within your MC101 that you wish to use (FL Studio Channel and MC101 Track “2” in my case)
That’s all there is to it! I never record the MC101 outputs until I am ready to master as this gives me the freedom to edit sounds (and drum kits) within the MC101 during my song writing / production process.
I perhaps should add that using the MC101 simply as a sound module is not the best use of it but having the Roland Zenology Core Sounds and Drum Kits available off line in a little box is great! I also found that this approach means that I can play with song ideas while away from my home studio using the MC101’s own pattern/song writing capabilities – as a portable, dedicated notepad as I believe it is intended to be :-).
AddendumIf you don’t want to use your audio interface you can select the “Asio4All” driver in your FL Studio Settings->Audio->Device panel and you will then be able to bring in the 4 audio channels over the USB connection which some might find more convenient:
Once you have set up Asio4All as above you will then see the four stereo MC101 tracks available in the Mixer Dropdown – it is then simply a case of selecting these streams to individual mixer tracks (as I have already done with track 1 in the below example)