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Re: footswitchable series/parallel signal routing schemes

The MC-8 was a precursor to the Switchblades.  It allows anything to 
anything routing (8 mono ins/8 mono outs) but the patches are not CC 
controllable - you can't use expression pedals to fade between multiple 
sources/inputs (as you can w/ the Switchblades).  Also, the MC-8 has a 
very short, but noticeable, signal cutoff when switching between 
patches/routings (via program changes or manually on the front panel).

More information at 

At 08:32 PM 2003/07/10 -0500, Matthew Wiley wrote:
>Does anyone have any experience wih the Sound Sculpture Crosspatch model 
>MC-8.  would these type applications take place of what a line mixer 
>would do to your signal?
>>From: Catilyne <catilyne@icicle.net>
>>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>>Subject: Re: footswitchable series/parallel signal routing schemes
>>Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 19:07:46 -0500
>>At 03:43 PM 7/10/2003 -0700, Tim Nelson wrote:
>>>I'm not able to buy anything in the neighborhood of a
>>>$witchblade, and have been trying to do this with A/B
>>>boxes and splitters.