Getting Started

You can find know-how related to getting started with Grid modular MIDI controllers. This page will expand, as new features are released. Software support, scripts and other awesomeness coming soon.

Grid modular MIDI controller’s firmware is continuosly updated with bug fixes and new features. The source files are hosted on GitHub.
Any problems with Grid? Write us an e-mail describing your situation and we will do our best to get back to you in 24 hours.


1. Plugging in

Get your Grid module. Plug in the controller, using the provided Type - C USB cable. You should see Grid booting up on your device.

2. Interconnecting modules

If you have more modules, interconnect the modules. Best practice is to put the modules on a flat surface and let the magnets snap the units together. They blink up automatically as they recognize each other.

snap together the modules

Make sure the sides of the modules are aligned well. Uneven surface or improper connection of the modules may result in unexpected behaviour.

pay attention to proper connection

3. First time usage

Grid controllers work as class compliant MIDI controllers. They are in relative mode by default. You can use the midi learn function in your DAW or other MIDI host application.

ableton midi preferences

Relative Mode

Each module’s preferences is dinamically assigned, based on module position relative to the first module connected to the host. There are two global banks available in relative mode. The banks can be switched by using the utility button on the side of the modules.

bank select

4. Software support

As of today, there are no special control scripts, templates, predefined mapping options available. Please stay tuned for news related to software development.

Last updated: 2020-03-12
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