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Re: EDP Stereo Looping Setup Dilemma

You missed the point that Andy was making.

You need to understand the concept of the EDP Source offset number? This is a parameter located on the midi row and the multiply column of the EDP.
If you check there, the number is likely to be 36 (the default) It is THIS number that you add to the note number in the chart.
Record = 2
Overdub = 3
Multiply = 4
Insert = 5
Undo = 7
NextLoop = 8

Therfore... for Instance. Your offset = 36. Record Function = 2. Enter 38

SO... bring in the second EDP...

Set the offset to much higher... (or lower maybe???)  I forget what it can be right now, and re calulate all your numbers...

for Instance. Your offset = 5. Record Function = 2. Enter 7

So 7 will trigger EDP 2 into record and 38 will trigger EDP 1 into record...

Need more clarification...?




On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 8:10 PM, ^|>^m <will.it.go.round@gmail.com> wrote:
^|>^m wrote:
Is there any way to use my FCB1010 to control two EDP's that are assigned separate midi channels (1 & 7)?  I still want to be able to control them independently from my computer, but I'd like to control both of them at the same time using the fcb1010.

No, put both edps on the same channel and configure the Source# parameter on the edps so that they each use a different range of note-On.


The FCB1010 only sends one note value per button - if it sent two this would totally work.  I tried CC#'s (it send two) which worked, but I couldn't do any long presses, like to erase the loop or reset all loops - so that's out.

I'm thinking I need one of these in the middle to map all the notes coming in on Channel 1 to Channel 7: http://www.midisolutions.com/prodevp.htm I hope there is no latency issue.

mark francombe
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