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Re: Soft Step real feedback please
thatīs my problem with the softstep too. to be sure that I stepped on the
right pad and the particular function is triggered I need the visual
I regularly have to step on it a second time. this is especially true for
the pads of the second row.
this wasn't the case with the FCB1010.
Am 10.02.2011 um 19:33 schrieb Zoe Keating:
> That implies that you're looking at it though. I've yet to nail it
>without staring at my feet the whole time. With the 1010 I could rest my
>foot on it and just peek every now and then.
> Todd Matthews <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hey Bill
>> For me the tactile feedback of a switch was replaced by the visual
>feedback of the led lighting up momentarily as well as a four character
>display changing to show what I just pressed. (REC, MULT, MUTE, FADE,
>> -Todd Matthews
>> On Feb 10, 2011, at 12:10 PM, William Walker wrote:
>>> Dear all, thanks for the revealing comments. Larson, i like the cut of
>your gib!!!, no coyness or sugar coating from you!, Its funny, in spite
>of the lack of ringing endorsments I still see the SS as a controller I
>could use. Its really interesting to me as well that the complaints about
>its lack of tactile feel or an audible click to let you know a preset is
>engaged run contrary to many people harping about the need for dead quite