Instrument Window

Once you successfully calibrated your device, you end up in the main software window. Here you find all data being streamed from your instrument. 

Calibrate – you can calibrate your instrument at any time anew. 

Settings – here you can manage sending data in OSC (Open Sound Control) format. 


OSC Data Center

Activate OSC sender

Read out the OSC IP address

Set the port number. 

Play Mode

Tab <> Bow – choose if you use just your fingers to trigger or if you use your bow to control the envelope of the sound.

Sensitivity – Once the bow mode is selected, you can adjust the sensitivity of the envelope.

Melodic<>Rythmic – Choose the type of sound response for your envelope shape, depending on the way you will play.

Force Legato – activate the force legato option when you want a very smooth legato sound.

Pitch Bend – activate the use of pitch bend and set it’s range. Make sure to setup the same pitch bend range in your software instrument!

Midi Filter – use this filter to smooth out the midi output. The smaller the setting the faster the reaction of the DigitAize. 



  • Choose the MIDI Channel configuration, for the instrument as MONO or POLY or for each string separately.
  • Choose the MIDI CC Channel for the CC Values

To avoid midi conflicts, each output should have it’s own midi channel. Make sure to set the midi input channels in your DAW correspondingly.

MIDI CC Routing

  • Choose the MIDI CC Channel for all CC Values
  • By selecting a sensor icon you will see a “MIDI CC Output” mapping which may be freely adjusted. 
  • To enable/disable sending particular sensors click the small button below each sensor name. 


Check for updates

Open Utility in the main bar and click to check for software updates.

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