Getting Started With Freedrum on Windows
Overview
In this tutorial you'll find out how to:
1
Download Sensorware.
2
Run and install Sensorware.
3
Install drivers
4
Open Windows System Settings
5
Turn on Sensors
6
Connect to your sensors
7
Configure your sensors
8
Open your DAW
1. Download Sensorware for Windows
You are able to download the Sensorware application for Windows 10 by following the link below.

Download Sensorware For Windows


download sensorware
2. Run and Install Sensorware
Once you have downloaded Sensorware, you should run the installation by selecting “Install”.

Install Sensorware
Once the installation is complete you may select finish.

Finish Install
3. Open Sensorware and install the bome driver.
When you open Sensorware for the first time, you will be asked to install the driver. This driver should be installed in order for Freedrum to work correctly.

4. Open Windows System Settings
Once you have installed the Freedrum driver, you will need to connect to your Freedrum sensors through Windows System Settings. There is a shortcut to those settings by selecting “Connections”.

Connections Menu
Once you are in the Windows System Settings, select “Add Bluetooth or other device”.

Add Bluetooth

Select “Bluetooth” from the menu

Add Bluetooth
5. Turn On Each Sensor
Turning on your Freedrum sensors is done by shortly pressing the square button once. Avoid holding down on the button when turning them on. This will cause the sensor to enter update mode.


Press the square button on each sensor once to turn them on.


Turn On
The LED will pulse blue to show that it is searching for a device.

Searching

6. Connect To Your Sensors
Once you have turned on your sensors, you should see them appear in the list of devices. You will need to repeat this process for all sensors.

Connect Bluetooth
Select each sensor individually to connect to it.

Searching

You will need to repeat this process for all sensors.
7. Configure Your Sensors
Once you have connected to all of your sensors, head back to Sensorware to configure your sensors.

Moving Sensors
You can see which sensor is which by waving it in the air. A red mark will appear next to the sensor in the list. Select that sensor.
Configuration

In the menu on the right you are able to select what configuration you would like to send to the sensor.
8. Open Your Daw
You are now able to open the DAW (digital audio workstation) of your choice so that you can play Freedrum as a MIDI device. Setup Freedrum as a MIDI input device in the DAW of your choice. In order to find out how to do this, you should consult the instruction manual provided by the DAW software developers.

Need assistance? Email support: support@freedrum.rocks
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