While I'm glad to have made acquaintance with the Disaster Area Designs site, I'm also happy to report that the Radial ab/y pedal I have does actually work with the Line 6 M9. I can take a single _expression_ pedal and split it to either just loop control or the fx control or both simultaneously.Kevin
On Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 4:32 PM, Teddyjam.com <email@example.com> wrote:
That doesn't workI've tried every possible combination of things to do this. There's the $700 solution in the Moog MP 201. Unnecessarily bulky if all you want to do is what u just said.Then there's the midi solutions 3 box chain of pedal controller/foot switch/midi event processor,.. That worked but was almost as expensive as the Moog solution and not less bulky at the end of the day.I dreamed of a pedal that spit out midi and had a switch to go between the 2 cc's but couldn't find anything elegant... Until...I ended up with a brilliant solution from disaster area designs. He made me a pedal, similar to a wah pedal but much lighter, with a push button switch on the side to switch between cc1 and cc2. He wanted to put a switch in like a wah toe switch, but I didn't think that worked in practice since then you would be forced to leave your exp at max every time you switched. I couldn't be happier with the result and I think anyone who wanted to simply control a line 6 m series box would be equally happy.It has midi in and passes midi clock thru to the out port.SimpleHere's a pic of mine. You can get different colors.https://www.dropbox.com/s/kp8n8eu6tkuy1nu/Photo%20Oct%2022%2C%207%2027%2010%20PM.jpg
On Oct 22, 2013, at 6:07 PM, Kevin Cheli-Colando <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Anyone know if it would be possible to run an _expression_ pedal output to an A/B/Y switch and use a single pedal for two parameter jacks? I was thinking of trying to use a single line 6 pedal for both inputs, assigning one to the looper and one channel to the effects.
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