4. Using the Maestro Control Center

4.a. Status and Real-time Control
4.b. Errors
4.c. Sequencer
4.d. Entering a Script
4.e. Channel Settings
4.f. Upgrading Firmware
4.f.1. Hard Bootloader Reset

The Maestro’s USB interface provides access to all configuration options as well as support for real-time control, feedback, and debugging. The Maestro Control Center is a graphical tool that makes it easy for you to use the USB interface; for almost any project, you will want to start by using the control center to set up and test your Maestro. This section explains most of the features of the Maestro and the Maestro Control Center.