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RE: Smallest Midi Pedal
Here's a related question. I'm discovering that I don't really need a
MIDI pedal on the floor, because most of the time when I change
programs, it is after I've created a loop, I'm thinking about what I'm
going to do next, and I'm not playing the guitar. What would be cool is
a table-top style MIDI controller, with a ton of buttons, at least 4
banks of 10 program changes, which I could press with my finger. Or
could I use my laptop as a MIDI contoller? A program that had a grid on
the screen, where all I had to do is click my mouse on a button, number,
or patch name would be cool.
From: phill wilson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, February 06, 2005 7:56 AM
Subject: Smallest Midi Pedal
Hey there all
Ive just enjoyed a great weekend of EDP looping now that Mathias helped
stop that noise.
I have also just about finished my homebrewed edp footpedal (its in beta
testing hehe) however never one to rest on my laurals I have started to
think of the lovley Sus comands that I am now missing.
so here is my question to you all
WHAT IS THE SMALLEST MIDI CONTROL YOU CAN BUY???
I figure I need between four and eight buttons that can send one midi
per button. i dont need banks or anyhting like that if its easier
would like SUS-Ovdub, Sus-Rec, Reverse, Half-Speed. I could probably
that if there were the buttons but i dont mind.
I was thinking of something about the size of a Line six box ?? does it
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