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As is my style, not in direct relation with the string, but:
I, too, picked up a FBC1010 and am enjoying the hell out of it. Still
programming things and deciding on the best use of its functionality. One
question: the Repeater has MIDI In, Out and Through. Unfortunately, to
FBC1010 commands through to other MIDI devices, I have to connect them
post-Repeater via the Through port. Thing is, though, I was really hoping
the Repeater augmented the incoming MIDI info it outputs to the Through
with the MIDI timecode it produces. It does not. I could have a master
MIDI clock farther up the chain which would work fine, but I'd also like to
make the Repeater the MIDI clock master as well as pass other non-Repeater
commands through to devices down the line. What's the best means to
accomplish this? A MIDI merge right behind the Repeater, combining the
Repeater's Out and Through info? I paged through the Repeater manual and
could not find a definitive answer as to in what modes (MIDI, User, Beat)
the Repeater actually generates timecode. Any ideas?
>LOL - posted any pics? ;-D)<
No, I do not have any pics of my startling posture while trying to maintain
a noise-free performance, unfortunately. Imagine Pilates with a guitar for
left of eliot
From: Per Boysen [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 1:24 PM
Subject: SV: Repeater
> I'm a guitarplayer from belgium (Europe)
> Finally I got my repeater. Now I'm searching for a good midi
> Footswitsh with lots of possibilities, so I can change all the
> Parametres by feet.
> Does anyone of you have a sugesstion???
> Please let me know.
I picked up a Behringer FBC1010 for 208.165 EUR (182.451 USD) here in
Sweden. Guess prices are on the same level as in your country. I did two
quite detailed posts on it yesterday - yes, I like it a lot. Also check out
the web at http://www.behringer.com/02_products/prodindex.cfm?id=FCB1010