All documentation on the MOD Duo, its web interface and its plugins is in the manual found below.
THIS MANUAL IS A WORK IN PROGRESS you are very welcome to contribute!
|Chapter 1: Device||In this chapter you can find all the information you need about the MOD Duo|
|Chapter 2: Web interface||In this chapter we talk about the graphical user interface, accessible through your favorite browser|
|Chapter 3: Plugins||This chapter gives information on the plugins that run inside the MOD Duo|
|Chapter 4: Warnings||Read this chapter if you want to be on the safe side of using the MOD Duo|
|Chapter 5: Resources||This chapter presents a list of resources that we think are worth checking out|
There is a great community on our forum page that can offer you support on nearly all aspects of the MOD Duo.
Visit our forums at: http://forum.moddevices.com
It is also possible to e-mail us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't forget to checkout the Troubleshooting page to see if your issue has been solved already.
Q: How do I get to the web interface?
A: Connect the MOD Duo to your PC, open your browser and navigate to 192.168.51.1 if connected via USB or 192.168.50.1 if using Bluetooth.
Starting from version 1.2 you can also use modduo.local.
Q: Can I use my MOD Duo without a computer?
A: Yes! The computer is only used to set up your device. When you are done, simply disconnect the USB cable and take your MOD Duo wherever you like.
Q: Can I use another power supply for my MOD Duo?
A: We recommend using the official power supply, as it keeps the noise-level low. Using a power supply with identical specifications is possible, though not supported by us.
Q: Can I hook up MIDI devices?
A: You can hook up external MIDI controllers to the MIDI-IN, MIDI-OUT or USB-A ports. If USB-MIDI is used, the device ports need to be added through the web interface.
Q: Can I hook up multiple USB-MIDI devices?
A: Yes! Simply add a USB-hub to the USB-A port on the back of the MOD Duo, and plug your USB-MIDI devices into the hub.
To get started, check out this wiki page.
You can find more resources in chapter 5 of our manual.
A longer, more detailed guide is currently a work in progress.