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Re: EDP hardware (2 EDPs)
>Having just gotten the second EDP, I'm still working things out.
>What I've done so far is get a cheap AB switch to put between the EFC-7
>the EDPs. (A note for anyone else doing this: Spend a little more money
>I did and get a footswitch with LEDs to tell you which channel is active.)
>I suspect that there will be functions that I wish I could get to a little
>more quickly than the AB switch allows -- e.g., dedicated mute switches --
>but I'm going to have to see how that works out.
Either you use a double contact switch with the typical resistors for
Mute in series (as on LD) or some buffering, because if you use a
single contact with two resistors to each plex, those build a bridge
when the button is not pressed.
I can say more about this if someone really does it.
>I'm also positioning my
>rack where I can reach it while playing.
>My plan had been to use separate feedback pedals for each unit, but right
>now I'm fighting with the fact that the new unit seems to have trouble
>my EV-5s even though the old unit works perfectly with them.
I am very sorry for this, but cannot tell what the problem is. It
looks like a waranty replacement case. Maybe some wrong resistor
value or a solder bridge... I wonder how this escaped from our
marvelous automatic autotest program?
>on 2/18/02 11:55 PM, Matthias Grob at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> I just set up for this again. I had it years ago and was not quite
>> ripe, musically.
>> And just like you, I thought stereo was more important, and now
>> changed my mind.
>> Do you use just one Pedal board, switched?
>> I just feel like having the FB controlled for both simultaneously,
>> sometimes, or Mute, but not Overdub... the solution may be MIDI once