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RE: Rolls Midi pedal
Yeah same thing as mine heres a picture of the one I have
You can get these off of ebay for $120 or so dollars they have been
superceded by the ground control pro. It has two imputs for pedals which
also be assigned to different cc's on different Midi channels.
From: Luca Formentini [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2004 1:15 PM
Subject: Re: Rolls Midi pedal
the good thing of the midiwizard (which I use since many years) is that you
have 8 cc inputs assignable to different midi channels.
Beside that, it is a simple foot controller, small (very small) and silent
>I read the pdf manual and that does seem to be the case there is
>another model mpx 1288 MidiWizard that sends cc and sends on multiple Midi
>I have the older version of the DMC Ground Control which the RFX seems
>to be a clone of. I still prefer to use the Midi note feature of the
>Behringer and leave CC for other devices though I may eventually break
>down and change it to CC from Not and use the DMC. I still only really
>need/want ten buttons for the EDP mostly to use different Insert
>functions on the same pedal but, I still get by fine with the EFC-7.
>You can actually build a scaled back Midi Foot Controller with a Pic 16
>chip look here http://www.ucapps.de/floorboard.html and customize it to
>be an EDP only Midi pedal.
>From: Larry Cooperman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2004 10:51 AM
>Subject: Re: Rolls Midi pedal
>On Sep 16, 2004, at 7:20 AM, Jason Spring wrote:
>>>An RFX MP128 is a low profile MIDI control pedal that I have been
>>>using for years now. www.rolls.com You can buy directly from them.
>>>They also have an upgraded pedal with the same low profile.
>>It looks like the rolls pedal only sends program changes. No?
>Looks like Yes.
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