Here you will find everything related to the installation, activation, updates, release notes and manuals of our Virtual Instruments and Applications.
- Can I use Arturia’s Analog Lab as a Camelot plug-in? What’s the correct input/output and MIDI routing?
- How do I connect my hardware instruments to Camelot on my computer or iPad?
- How do I set up a new Custom Map in Camelot?
- Is it possible to use the volume wheel on my MIDI controller to control the volume of a plug-in in Camelot using MIDI learn?
- SWAM with Camelot Pro (macOS / Windows)
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Where can I find the instruction manual for Camelot Pro? Is there a PDF version?
We designed Camelot with an intuitive user interface to limit the need of having to read a long (and boring!) user manual.
We created a Quick Guide for Camelot which is accessible directly on our website here.
If you need more information, have a look at our video tutorials.
Camelot does not have a manual for many different reasons:
- It’s a young product with regular changes and updates. Any written documentation is going to become outdated quickly.
- We have a small team of passionate people. We prefer to put our efforts into addressing usability issues. Our goal is to make Camelot usable without reading a manual.
- The number of use cases Camelot can cover is huge! Even if we had written documentation, many people wouldn’t find their cases covered.
Camelot is designed to be intuitive and explored like many other consumer apps. The main menu on the top has a guided wizard that covers 90% of the available features and tasks.
In the future, we are planning to develop an in-app interactive support system to help you solve various issues.
In the meantime, we invite you to ask your questions in our Facebook community. We are always happy to help! We consider your questions as valuable feedback to help us improve Camelot.