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Re: FCB 1010--step by step guide
Well, let's agree to disagree. I really think we're talking about a
"Give a man a fish/ Teach a man to fish..." deal.
On Wednesday, October 9, 2002, at 11:28 PM, Stuart Wyatt wrote:
> On Wednesday, October 9, 2002, at 10:27 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> I hate to say this, but I think you're both a bit off on this.
> From my side of the fence, I think you are a bit off on this too :)
>> Programming a pedal for someone might help in the short term....
> Voila.... my point exactly. To be able to have a preset Sysex file of
> 10 different banks of controls, so that someone who has purchased a
> Repeater/1010 combo can start playing straight away....is.....bad?
> I understand the need of knowing how to program your equipment, but I
> know many musicians who are not technically minded. Why not give them
> a helping hand and allow them to start playing, and help them see the
> potential of their purchases? Allow them to play 'straight out of the
>> Get a good night sleep, put away your bong, read the manual and spend
>> a Sunday afternoon figuring it
>> out. I know you can do it!
> And when I do finish it, I'll try and create a sysex file if anyone is
> interested... :)
> Stuart Wyatt : The Solo String Project : http://solostring.com