Sure, it's in the excellent "r/c heli controls and set-up" e-book.
If you follow his suggestions you'll be shocked at how mellow it is to fly. It has the 'learning to hover' control throws, percentages and expo, pitch annd throttle curves.Then a little more for when you start to do figure 8's, a little more when you get to fast forward flight.
You'll get some dopes saying "Oh, just go at , like, 100 percent everywhere because if you wannna be EXTREME (hurl) like me you gotta get used to it anyway". Only go with that when Dr. EXTREME
says he'll buy all your parts
These initial throws are in the vicinity of the 60 percent range, but I can vouch for them working awesome, as is that set-up book. It's a great book to have.
PS-I helped another new flier with a Blade 450 and we used the same settings and it worked just as sweet. The only difference is the new gyro is worlds better than the 400's so it's even easier to fly. Same outcome using them on a MiniTitan.
PPS-A swashplate leveler specific to your heli only cost a few bucks, and/or John describes how to make one. A lot of folks say they don't need them and that's great. However, set up with a swashplate leveler your heli will lift off dead straight, won't be having a go at your knees, etc.