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RE: behringer controllerRe: EDP pedals

Hi Phill,
Your setup is interesting!
is it possible to send a program change and a cc
simultaneously to the repeater so when you press the
buttons it will call trc1---trc2---trc3---trc4 and go
into record mode respectively? i have rec on 1,
start/stop on 2,multiply on 3, reverse on 4 and undo
on 5, and then buttons 6,7,8,9, call the repeaters
tracks 1,2,3,4 which i can fade in or out.Then i have
all of the other functions like track mute etc.on the
next bank.

--- lol c <testtubemicro@hotmail.com> wrote:


Hi there

I thought you might like to share my button
combinations, I have them set up for using the FCB1010
with both the EDP and the Repeater.

Heres each of the pages that I use

PAGE 0 (this is my NORMAL FUNCTIONS PAGE) - have laid
it out as u look at it!!!


reverse--------Replace-------------Change Loop



PAGE 1 (this is my SUS page)

same as above but with  undo replaced by MUTE and all
functions in their SUS state.



I know this is out of numeric order, but it allows me
to be one page away from normal conditions to change
presets, I have these set to  1,6 quantised to 8th (my
usual setting) ,one with midi in on and one with midi
in off 2,7 cycle again with midi on or off variants,
3,8 smae but with loop quant , finally 4,9 for free
form no quants, I also have 5,0 with 8 loops setup
instrad of 2 in case i ever want to do a lot of small
differant loops.



I have these on pages 4 and 5 cos I always wanted a
buffer incase i expanded my EDP use!!!



undo-----start stop-----
reverse--------multiply-------------toggle fdback


rec tr1-----rec tr2---rec trc3---rec trc4------tap



here the upper numbers 6,7,8,9, each select tracks
1,2,3,4 and turns the FXloop on or off and the numbers
1,2,3,4, turn  the track mute for each track on or
off, 0 turns the insert on to the input and 5 turns
the insert to all tracks on.


I know this has been a bit longer explaination then i
thought it would be and i hope that it wa helpful to
someone, i consider the FCB to be the midi pedal that
can across the board most suit my needs,,,,,,,,,or for
all the EDP settings remeber to also programme the
pedals for feedback and volume if you want to use them
that way cos that needs to be saved in every preset.

 And by the way I also dont wear shoes onstage, I have
a rether nice rug that  I laydown myself that looks
kind of mystic and cool and protects my feet from
loose boards and splinters.happy looping!!!!!!

Phill Wilson (a.k.a. Blackface) 

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