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Re: MoFx part 2 (and Repeater midi implementation)

Yeah, I'm having the same problem you are.  If only the Midiwizard
allowed you to associate a CC# and value for a footswitch...  I looked
at the Yamaha, but didn't get it as money was tight.  Other than that,
the Midiwizard is a fine value.  Seems to me the Repeater's midi
implementation could be better.  Does anyone really need to be able to
access over a thousand loops from the floor?  With a 128 meg CFC, that
would give you about .026 seconds per single track loop.  I think users
would be much better served if you could just control 100 or so loops.
Still seems like plenty of loops to me.

Mark Sottilaro

rich wrote:

> me again,
> i am currently using a Rolls MidiWizard to control my jamman.  and i
> (finally) got the pedal programmed so the controlling switches are
> laid out how i want them, rather than dancing all over the place.
> thanks to luca for pointers on that from a few months ago...
> now, i'd like to control the mofx from the same pedal board.  on the
> Rolls, i can map program changes to different channels, but the mofx
> seems to implement a lot of 0-63=off and 64-127=on type commands on
> specific control numbers.  The Rolls doesn't seem to be sophisticated
> enough to do this (am i correct here?).
> yep, kim, you're right....i need a better midi pedal....but....this
> is what i gots for the moment.
> so, my question is: which currently manufactured midi pedal will
> allow me to have switches that will turn parameters of the mofx (or
> other units....like Repeater, perhaps) on and off with these
> controller commands.
> I won't be searching for a pmc-10.  Will the Yamaha MFC-10 do this?
> I'm pretty sure the Rocktron All Access will, but that one seems the
> priciest of the bunch.
> Anybody have a specific midi pedal hooked up to a MoFx?
> best,
> rich