] [Thread Prev
Re: Muting tracks with Repeater via fcb 1010
thanks for the tip the problem is that i have the
second expression pedal to the EDP so i might get an
xtra one to do what you are saying.But i like to stop
a track abruptly and trigger it back like a sampler
but unfortunately it canīt be done on the front
panel.I do enjoy unding and redoing for a "quick on
the fly arrangement"
--- Evan Meyers <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello Louie,
> > Any of you guys doing track muting via the fcb
> > live? Can this be done manually?
> > Any tips?
> i do a lot of volume changes using the fcb1010 and
> repeater in a live context and i've found a few
> tricks to help get by...
> - if you are only controlling the repeater with the
> fcb1010 then assign both expression pedals to the
> repeater's channel and play around with different
> configurations of tracks and volumes. you may want
> tracks per footswitch or you may want to make one
> volume and another feedback level...depends on what
> your live music is like. it is always best to
> the pedal for you specific needs. i have some banks
> that are programmed for general use and then other
> banks that are created for specific techniques i
> - i program a few 'reset' buttons for things like
> pitch shift and volume where when you press them it
> resets everything normal so that you don't have any
> unexpected problems between loops.
> - when all else fails, go to the repeater unit and
> slide the faders. i'm pretty sure that the sliders
> will override any and all midi commands (but i may
> mistaken) or you can always reboot...
> good luck. let the list know what you find works
> peace and bass,
> ~ e va n
> Do you Yahoo!?
> Yahoo! Mail Plus - Powerful. Affordable. Sign up
Do you Yahoo!?
Yahoo! Mail Plus - Powerful. Affordable. Sign up now.