Hey Elaine -- as far as I know the RFC-1 will allow you to use several footpedals (6?) to send MIDI CCs. Apart from that it is apparently a very powerful pedalboard which can deal with all manner of MIDI data. I can't give you any detail because I don't own one (- wouldn't turn one down though). I've tried to track down Lake Butler Sound but I think they went out of business some time ago. Anyways, if you can find one of these I don't think you'll be disappointed. I've copied part of a message posted by someone here last week about this guy who's selling one... Hope this helps -- Mark for those of you who are MIDI enabled, this seems to have been an object of desire in the past PS don't know the guy never dealt with him, so caveat emptor LAKE BUTLER SOUND MITIGATOR RFC-1 CONTROLLER Asking Price: US$150 Condition: Excellent Age: N/A Description: THE MITIGATOR IS A GREAT MIDI CONTROLLER THAT HAS A HUGE AMOUNT OF MEMORY. IT DOES PATCH CHANGES, CONTINUOUS CONTROLLERS AND HAS THE BEST DISPLAY (YOU CAN SEE IT FROM ACROSS THE STAGE!). I HAVE TWO. ONE IS IN BETTER SHAPE, BUT BOTH WORK PERFECT. I HAVE THE MANUAL AND THE OPTIONAL SNAKE FOR ONE. I HAVE A COPY OF THE MANUAL FOR THE OTHER. I WILL SELL BOTH FOR 250.00. PLEASE CALL DAVE FOR MORE DETAILS. CALL (904) 774-5309 IN THE EVENING OR ON WEEKENDS ANYTIME. THANKS. Seller: David Rauschenberger, 904-774-5309 E-mail: email@example.com (Profile) Location: ORANGE CITY, FL Post Date: 7/24/99 Elaine Walters wrote: > Finally back on the list again. Ok, I've been using a MIDI guitar > switching system for several years now, complete with big MIDI foot > controller and volume pedals plugged in acting as continuous > controlers. I admit that I'm not really in-the-know when it comes to > higher end MIDI territory, so I'm gonna have to display my ignorance > for everyone to see. Seems that there should be something out there > that would allow me to plug in a big 'ol bunch of volume pedals into > one device (and then translate it all to MIDI info) so that I could > have a whole bunch of continuous control pedals going at one time. > All of the MIDI footcontrollers I've ever seen have two inputs for > volume pedals?? Why two?? Damnit I want to have twenty > volume/expression pedals on the floor in front of me. Each one linked > to different parameters on all my various toys (via this cool, > imaginary device). What am I missing here?? I have a feeling the > answer is so simple that I'm going to look very foolish. Oh > well.Micah H.