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RE: SV: Behringer FCB1010 HELP!
Depending upon which iteration you possess, you may find some typos in the
Repeater MIDI implementation chart. There are a number which I discovered
but didn't bother to document (not too smart). I may eventually go through
and check each value. I'll post the results here if I do so.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Sottilaro [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 10:17 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: SV: Behringer FCB1010 HELP!
> Thanks for the response. I've been hacking away, and I posted some of
> what we've figured out in another post. My basic issue is that some PC
> numbers seem to work, others do not. WEIRD. I've gotten around that by
> just using CC messages for everything. It's an OK workaround, but I
> can't help but wonder, what the hell is going on?
> It sure is nice to be able to use this puppy hands free now, though.
> The Repeater/FCB1010 marriage is a strange one... like two people from
> totally different cultures. Different language, same basic needs.
> Different ideas of how to fulfill those needs, parts that fit together
> really well. I think after a while of being together, they'll figure it
> On Sunday, March 17, 2002, at 03:12 AM, Per Boysen wrote:
> >> Oh mein gott in himmel! This manual SUCKS. I've gone through the
> >> steps
> >> 10 times now, and I can't for the life of me figure out the simplest
> >> programming changes. What the hell? Is there a trick I'm missing?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Mark Sottilaro
> > Yes, you're right. That manual sucks. And there seems to be different
> > versions of the content as well! I also got a Swedish translation with
> > my
> > 1010 and the translator must have been reading from another source
> > thatn the
> > English manual; telling completly different methods for programming
> > global
> > commands. One were completly wrong and the other worked fine ;-)
> > Guess you'd better post specific questions. And there must be a lot on
> > the
> > 1010 in the archives by now.
> > Best wishes
> > Per Boysen
> > - never trust a manual