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RE: Favorite EDP MIDI Foot Controler?

What about the Rocktron all access? nobody talks about
this one and it seems to do everything the PMC10 lake
butler and behringer plus it is still available! there
is only one catch: it costs about 5 times the

--- Relay <relaydelayband@earthlink.net> wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> John Metzler wants to know--
> This is for anyone who uses a MIDI foot controller
> with an EDP.
> What one do you use and what do you like about it?
> Is the Behringer FCB 1010 the way to go?
> Can you asign one expression pedal to be Loop play
> back volume and the other
> to be Feedback %  ?
> Can you use the EFC-7 along side a MIDI foot
> controller?
> ----->  My advice to this guy and others like him--
> Don't kill yourself trying to program something
> complicated if your
> knowledge is limited.
> I had a Lake Butler Mitigator that I managed to
> program for a while, then on
> the advice of a fellow MIDI musician, I acquired a
> PMC-10 by Digitech.  At
> first it didn't seem easy to program, but it got
> easier, especially with
> Sean Echevarria's PC editing program called Raymond.
> The Behringer has a reputation for being difficult
> to program.  It is cheap
> and available but limited and can be frustrating.
> I would advice getting the Lake Butler pedal--it is
> long out of production
> but very sturdy and evidently still being sold--the
> producer named Monk
> (Tony Moore's friend--what's his real name? From
> Over the Rhine) said he
> just bought a backup for $50.  If money is not an
> object, I say get a PC
> 1600x and a MIDI Mouse.  If money is way not a
> problem, get out your
> checkbook and buy a PMC.
> Gary
> PS  The answers to the last two questions are yes
> and yes


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