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RE: S#!t! HELP! (slightly off-topic midi ?) --> Rocktron All Access

--- Tim Goodwin <deepbass6@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply Matt.  One question.  Please
> understand my ignorance
> regarding midi, but when you say 'patch' in these
> examples do you mean a
> single button press?  

Yes.  A "single button press" can change settings on
multiple (up to 16 - one per MIDI channel) devices.

>What if you want to switch
> your MPX-1 to program 5 but
> don't want the Jamman to start recording?   Or vice
> versa?  

Not a problem.  Each "button" is completely
independent of the other buttons.  

>Or what if you
> want to use the effects on program 27 on the MPX-1
> to record your loop?

Not a problem - assuming your audio signal path will
allow it.  

> Also, is it possible to program a bank of buttons to
> control the MPX and
> then switch to over to a bank of buttons to control
> the Repeater?  Or
> perhaps, set up a row of MPX buttons and a row of
> Repeater buttons on the
> same bank?

Yes.  You can have a total of 10 banks configured
however your heart desires.  You could, for example,
have one bank dedicated to your Repeater, another bank
for your MPX, and yet a third bank controlling
"essential" functions of both devices.

The All Access is a powerful MIDI controller.  My only
complaint is that, to my knowledge, there isn't a
computer-based software programmer available for it.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matthew McCabe [mailto:finleysound@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2001 3:48 PM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: S#!t! HELP! (slightly off-topic midi ?)
> --> Rocktron All
> Access
> I own an All Access and use it to control a Jamman,
> a
> MPX-1, and a Soundsculpture Switchblade.
> Basically, each foot-switch on the All Access can be
> configured to control multiple (8??) effects
> processors.
> For example...
> All Access Patch 1: switches MPX-1 to program 5 and
> starts a loop recording on the Jamman.
> All Access Patch 2: switches MPX-1 to program 27 and
> stops the Jamman recording.
> All Access Patch 3: clears Jamman loop
> If you have any specific questions, let me know.
> Matt
> =====
> www.mp3.com/kingnever

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