Find answers to frequently asked questions about Flow 8 Deck.
Windows: Win 7 or higher.
Mac: OS 10.10.10 or higher (MIK 8) or OS 10.12 or higher (MIK 10).
Yes! Flow 8 Deck is officially supported on M1 computers via Rosetta.
You can recover all your download links and VIP Codes at the Mixed In Key recovery page.
A whopping 8 (EIGHT) decks are supported at one time, giving you all kinds of options when it comes to triggering samples, making live remixes and on-the-fly mashups. That’s why we called it Flow 8 Deck.
We allow you to install Flow 8 Deck on multiple computers with the purchase of one license provided they are your own personal computers. You can use your original download link and activation code on up to 3 computers.
Yes. Many DJ controllers will be automatically detected and mapped. However, if that doesn’t happen for your controller, you can use the ‘Manual Map’ mode. Simply select MIDI Controller in the Prepare window, choose your MIDI controller from the Connected Devices list, then choose the number of decks you wish to map. Then, press ‘Create New’ and map your controller.
We are aware that some controllers can’t be mapped this way, or may only be able to be partially mapped. If you believe this has happened for you, please email us at email@example.com and we will discuss further options.
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