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EDP Feedback pedals...

 I use MIDI to control the EDP's feedback level...a standard volume pedal 
connected to the pedal input of a Ground Control, and the EDP is first in
the MIDI chain to be controlled. Problem is, sometimes the feedback level 
unpredictable, ie, it seems to not wait till the end of the loop to reduce
in volume, and if I push the pedal up (off), the sound will stop, but sneak
back in somewhere in the loop. Also, if I push the pedal off about halfway,
and let the loop slowly die out, then push it foward, so it continues to
repeat indefinately at this new, lower volume, the volume of the loop jumps
erractically-it doesn't stay at a steady volume.
Does this sound like a midi, pedal, or user problem?
Will I have more predictable results using the Feedback jack on the back?
Also, on an unrelated note, once the loop dies out, i assume its gone
forever, no way to trigger it again at its original volume? I guess I can
always copy the original loop into another loop slot....
Forgive me, my Plex is fairly new, Im still gettin used to it...
Dave Eichenberger
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