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Re: A New EDP Bein' Born(sysex) - Midi Pedals again...

i have an all access and it can send sysex.
i haven't used this feature so i don't remember exactly, but
i think it can only be used when calling up presets and not 
when using switches to send cc messages

this will cause me some grief i think.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Miko Biffle" <biffoz@pacbell.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>; <cbm@beatnik.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 11:54 AM
Subject: Re: A New EDP Bein' Born(sysex) - Midi Pedals again...

> I know Chris Muir uses a Rocktron All Access...
> Chris... Does the All Access send sysex? I know it's expensive, but it's
> robust as well as right-sized and will fit on a rack shelf. The Peavey
> PC1600x is cool and probably a good choice after having checked it out a
> dozen times or more. (I have 2 PCM-10's).
> -Miko
> From: Gary Lehmann <healthquestrecruiter@earthlink.net>
> > Gary opined: Gotta be the PMC-10 by Digitech--discontinued but highly
> prized!  There is a free editor by list member Sean Echevarria called
> Raymond that makes this pedal incredibly flexible!  (OK, gotta watch 
> exclamations--keep calm) There is also the Lake Butler Mitigator--also
> discontinued.  Mine needs a battery but I'm not using it 'cause the PMC 
> so very cool, although Dr. Richard prefers this one to the PMC. I don't 
> if the Roland sends sysx--does the Behringer?  Ground Control sure 
> . . .
> > I just sent an email to Mario Marino, who has a company called Axess
> Electronics (www.axess-electronics.com) that is planning a foot 
> (http://www.axess-electronics.com/products.htm) but isn't even sure he's
> going to support note stuff--let's all bug him to death to make this 
> the rightful successor to the PMC!!! (or not--but I'd probably buy
> one--check out those switches--makes my PMC look like the accident 
> to happen that it is . . .) But the Peavey PC1600x will do this if you
> trigger it from a pedal that sends program changes--that's what DT's 
> (and others too--Claude Voit--anybody else?)--so maybe that's the way to 
> . . . Gary