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Re: Muting Repeater & Echoplex Simultaneously
yes. you use program change messages to toggle mute/unmute of
either individual tracks (1-4) or track pairs (1&2, 3&4). i
believe you can use midi CCs to mute the echoplex, but i don't
check the electrix site www.electrixpro.com for the updated
has all of the midi pc/cc messages outlined at the end in the
the behringer will let you send up to 5 program changes and 2 cc
messages with one button press. the only drawback is that the
midi channels for all of the 5 program changes are set globally,
so you could have pc 1 send on channel 1, pc 2 send on channel
2, etc, or any number of them send on the same channel.
if you wanted to mute/unmute all four tracks on the repeater,
you'd need to send two program changes (pc 25 for 1&2, pc 26 for
3&4). and then send the CC to the edp. if the edp uses the
same CC value for mute/unmute toggling, you only need to program
one switch to mute/unmute all. hit it once to mute, hit it
again to unmute. that would be slick.
if the edp does not use the same CC for mute/unmute toggle,
you'd need to program two different switch presets on the
behringer, one for mute all, one for unmute all. the repeater
portion of these presets would be the same for both, the edp CC
would be different.
hope this helps,
----- Original Message -----
From: "plain jane" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 11:48 AM
Subject: RE: Muting Repeater & Echoplex Simultaneously
> Thanks Andy for the heads up on the MFC-10.
> In regards to the Behringer FCB1010, does anyone know if it is
> to mute both Repeater and EDP with one button push.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: SoundFNR@aol.com [mailto:SoundFNR@aol.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 3:25 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: RE: Muting Repeater & Echoplex Simultaneously
> > I have been debating on whether to purchase a Yamaha MFC-10
> > rr a Mitigator RFC-1 (If I can find one). I know the MFC-10
> > send one CC value when a switch is pressed and another when
> > released but can the Mitigator do that? Thanks
> Avoid the MFC-10 like the plague.
> (way too slow for any time sensitive operations, delays of
> sending messages, and this confirmed by Yamaha UK customer
> maybe think about the Behringer FCB1010, which does Note
> I'll be checking one of these out in about a weeks time.
> Andy Butler