BRIDGE6/4 Demo, Updates, Q&A, New Product Reveals
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While we're in full-swing with assembling the devices you've been waiting so long for, we decided to release the user manual so that you can dive in and plan your setup. We want you to be able to hit the ground running when you receive your long-awaited BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 package!
we've tried really hard to make the user manual as logical as possible. The first chapters introduce you to some simple navigation and use tutorials, before launching into the complexities of setting your own MIDI commands and customising ins and outs.
You bet it is! You can jump to any topic you like just by searching.
No. With constant features updates, bug fixes etc, we need to be able to keep the manual as a 'living' document. You can manually save pages as a PDF or print them using the Print Dialog in your browser if you need an offline reference, but you should check back for user manual updates if the instructions you were using suddenly become unusable after a firmware update.
Not yet. Check back soon. It's nearly ready. But the BRIDGE4 manual is mostly identical to the BRIDGE6 so you won't get confused by reading both.