is this something that would work for you? If so, Ernie Ball and Proel make similar units, as well.
From: F Lebrun [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, June 04, 2004 6:52 AM
Subject: RE: Heel-Toe A-B
this A-B volume pedal thing sounds like an interesting idea to me;
I also wish someone would make A-B (or A-B-C) switches
that would be a bit cheaper than those in the shops;
and the "record everything" lesson was also the very first thing I learnt
from looping; I lost a few "great" things too...
I leave you some time to fiddle with the Eclipse and will get back to you for more
about it in a few days.
I hope you'll be able to upload some mp3's of your looping stuff somewhere so we can
listen to it.
check my first CD on http://www.cdbaby.com/1000times
De: Jeff Evans [SMTP:email@example.com]
Date: vendredi 4 juin 2004 15:14
Objet: Heel-Toe A-B
This may be a silly question, but does anyone make an a-b switch that
works like a volume pedal - with heel-toe operation? It would be pretty
handy to have the pedal send a signal to the A output in the heel
position, and the B output in the toe position, with a blend in between
- and perhaps a soft notch in the middle for both.
In regard to my previous asynchronous loops query: I've picked up the
Eventide Eclipse that I had on layaway, and in addition to that picked
up a DD-20. So my asynchronous looping "career" has officially begun.
My first lesson: record EVERYTHING. Two of my first 5 loops were
"keepers" (for my taste, anyway) - but have been lost forever.
Thanks for everyone's help, I've learned a great deal in my short time