Although summer has passed, it is never too early to prepare for the next outdoor festival season. If you consider yourself a fan of outdoor parties, forest raves and memorable nights at the beach, don’t look further. Get ready to amaze your audience with your live sets when brighter days arrive. Spice up your setup now to immerse in the world of playing DAWless, leave your computer at home, and focus only on the most important: the flow of music at your fingertips.
It is time to clear things up once and for all. Here is a quick, but concise summary about the hardware and software selection Grid can work with, and we also take a look at how the modules can form a rearrangable control surface within certain limitations.
Although you could do this with the use of the utility button on the side, it might be more comfortable to turn an encoder or just push a button while focusing on your work. These videos are featuring configurations made with the buttons of the PBF4 module and the encoders of EN16 as well.
The button event can be found on all control elements, which have push functionality: both buttons and encoders. The button event by default is in momentary mode and in this article I will show you the basics such as setting a button to toggle, when it comes to this event in the Grid system.
Grid Firmware is regularly updated. We introduce new features, stability improvements and bug fixes in each update. We highly recommend keeping your modules up-to-date, to ensure best performance and workflow compatiblity.