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RE: PMC10 programming
Is it possible that these functions have a MIDI command tied to them, too?
Check the manual carefully. If so, you got it made. Don't worry about the
EXT jack...just go with MIDI commands. I do this with my EDP and I'm
really happy with the results.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Ginn [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 9:53 PM
> To: Loopers Delight
> Subject: OT: PMC10 programming
> I apologize for being off topic, except that I don't know of another list
> where there is such a concentration of PMC10 users. If it would please
> those on the list, reply to me off list if possible.
> I am trying to further program my PMC10 to do things other than
> just change
> patches and I am trying to understand the manual. Specifically, I would
> like to control my MPX1 effects processor with it so that I don't have to
> keep an additional FS300 on the side for Tap, A/B and Bypass. What I
> done is connect a TRS cable from the EXT Switch jack to the
> Footswitch Jack
> on the MPX1 (in place of the FS300). Then I have tried combinations of
> toggle, momentary, etc. to get the MPX1 to respond to the same signals it
> was getting from the FS300. I seemed to have gotten the Tap Tempo signal
> working which originally mapped to Switch A on the FS300, but I
> still can't
> get Switch B (A/B) and Switch C (Bypass) duplicated on the PMC10.
> Any suggestions?