I tried to do this years ago and gave up because FL does not (and apparently will never) support MIDI sync. Something that might work but has a lot of moving parts is to host both FL and Mobius in a host that DOES support MIDI sync, like Ableton Live. Then have Mobius control the Live transport tempo with a loopback MIDI device. Then assuming FL supports it, have FL sync to the VST host tempo. I have no idea if this will work reliably, but you can download a trial version of Ableton to try. I expect this will require a lot of fiddling because it's an unusual way to use FL.
From: kay'lon rushing
Sent: Saturday, June 22, 2013 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: Issues with Mobius and SampleTank on windows 8
Basically what I'm trying to do is Use FL Studio to host all of my sounds. The audio will be routed from an FL into mobius for looping and then back out through FL Studio in separate mixer channels. I've already figured out how to do the audio routing, however I want mobius to also loop back around to control the tempo of FL Studio so that I can do various post-loop FX that are tempo based and also be able to record midi tracks in fl studio so the can be quantized and synced with Mobius
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