Welcome to Monogram
Hello there fellow creative, welcome to Monogram! If you’ve been a fan of our gear from the start, then you will remember us as Palette.
You may be wondering, what’s with the new name? As we grew and developed as a company, we thought it was also time to evolve our brand. Monogram was designed by the creators of Palette. Same team, new look and name.
We are so proud of our first six years as Palette. In that time, we developed and refined an amazing tool that was chosen by tens of thousands of creatives around the world. As Monogram, we embrace a larger vision that grows from our roots in photography and into the world of digital creation as a whole.
With respect to our new brand & product, we have also updated our Help Centre to reflect the changes. Our knowledge base articles will provide specific information pertaining to Monogram and Palette, that way whether you are using Creative Console or Palette Gear, you will be equipped with the support you need—all housed in one central location!
The following section will provide you with answers to some common questions about our new brand.
For more FAQ’s about Monogram & Creative Console, please read our FAQ section.
Can I use my existing Palette Gear modules with Monogram Creative Console?
Yes, Monogram Creative Console is fully backwards compatible. You can use Palette Gear buttons, dials, and sliders with Monogram Creative Console.
Consoles using both Palette and Monogram hardware must use the new Monogram Core module and Monogram Creator software for the best performance and full-feature support.
What are the benefits of purchasing a new Monogram core?
The new Monogram Core has over double the overall performance when compared to a Palette Core. This includes a significantly lower latency, significantly faster refresh rate, and greater power/bandwidth for powering and communicating with modules.
The new Monogram Core has a completely redesigned architecture that allows us to offer more assignment modes and feature support. We will test and develop new integrations with the new core; as we release updates, a number of the functions we unlock will require the new core to be fully compatible.
Does Creative Console support multiple cores at one time?
This is on our radar as a feature request, but is not yet possible. If you would like to see this feature added with a future core or firmware update, please let us know!