GET STARTED WITH Skoog
- Find the button on the Skoog base. Press the button ONCE to wake up your Skoog (the green light will illuminate). Press AGAIN to activate Bluetooth (the blue light will blink).
- Open the Skoog app and in the Bluetooth Midi Devices menu select your Skoog from the list. Once successfully paired the Skoog will appear as “Connected”.
There are 5 sides on your Skoog- red, blue, yellow, green and orange. Each side plays a different note. As well as pressing within the coloured circles, you can also squeeze Skoog anywhere on its sides, edges and corners.
Skoog works great when played with your hands but it can be played with any part of your body.
You can use your Skoog on a flat surface or on a compatible mount (here is some further info on compatible mounting options). Either way, you will need to calibrate your Skoog to get the best out of it.
- Place your Skoog on a flat surface like a table or your lap, or fix it in the required playing position with your mount kit. It’s important not to move your Skoog during the next stage of the set-up process.
- Now that you have got your Skoog in the preferred position, it needs to be calibrated to make sure it plays correctly. It’s important that you do not touch or move your Skoog during calibration. When you are ready tap the ‘Calibrate’ button on the iPad screen. It will take around 5 seconds to calibrate
Our extensive range of tutorial videos will show you everything you need to know when using the Skoogmusic App on iPad. Find out how to connect your Skoog, changes notes and instruments and even how use your Skoog with GarageBand and other Midi compatible Apps – plus more!
The first thing you need to do is get your Skoog connected to your iPad – find out how to get connected here.
Find out you can easily change the notes and scales in the Skoogmusic App.
It’s important your Skoog is set up to suit your needs – find out how to change the sensitivity of your Skoog.
Want to play along with your favourite band? See how to jam along with backing tracks on your Skoog.
We have a range of tutorial videos for Skoogmusic MAC OS X and WINDOWS on our youtube channel. Checkout the playlist or choose from the links below: