Little Giant, it's infinitely flexible and I've not yet found anything it can't do - except fit into a backpack under an airplane seat, hence my own interest in a KMI solution as well.The software is, like most of these things, rather homespun, but far far better than the KMI stuff.You'll be very happy with your LG once you get thru the initial programming learning curve.Best,Phil :)On Aug 18, 2013, at 7:18 AM, mark francombe <email@example.com> wrote:Im nervously watching this thread cos I just bought a LG.. It all sounds very daunting!
Have to admit, that ages ago I opened the Gordius software to take a peek, and closed it pretty quick...
Im terribly sorry, but IM sure theres gonna be stream of irritating question heading this way.. (or maybe the Gordius Forum way, if there is one.. and if its alive...)
Anyway I hope you are all virtually slapping me on the back saying, "well done old sport, good choice!"
I have had a year back with the EDP pedal, and an iPad, and it was fun... but now THAT pedal is not working too well. At a recent gig I was getting multiplys instead of inserts.. Hmmm. So I have finally, bitten the bullet!
Not here yet, but expecting this week...
MOn Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 11:47 AM, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Per Boysen wrote:What I do is to use the LG "Songs" to call up a bank and footpedal assignments
No need to swap content at all in the Gordius. Just make an additional
bank! Then when using your Looperlative do the tap dancing on Bank #1
and when tickling the Mobius you step on the same switches in Bank #2.
for each piece of gear.
Then put them all in a LG "Set List".
In a "Set List" it's possible to either tick each song for inclusion
in the display or not.
So while all the banks (and 'songs')stay in the LG memory, it's possible just
to just scroll through the banks that are going to be useful in a performance.
(the other ones being hidden)