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Re: Programming the Behringer FCB1010 for Echoplex use, a quick guide
That is true...you can calibrate the FCB pedal for a min and max...it takes
a way to find a good setting for feedback. Basically, I set mine up so
when I pulled the pedal all the way back, the loop fades out to nothing in
about 1 min. In short, I'm using it as a switch to set a fixed feedback
value. For volume, I set the min at 0, however....so I can completely scale
the volume down to nothing.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Travis Hartnett" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 30, 2005 9:04 PM
Subject: Fwd: Programming the Behringer FCB1010 for Echoplex use, a quick
I thought you could set the min and max values for the CC pedals for
each patch--I'll check that and report back. I always wanted an
analog resistor box for feedback with like four settings--100%, 80%,
50% and 25% since those seemed to be the ones I used.
On 10/30/05, .David.Auker. <DaVAuk@hevanet.com> wrote:
> Kris Hartung wrote:
> >Now what would be ideal are steps to make exp. pedals A and B control
> >feedback and volume...I did already but forgot how I did it!
> Is there any way for FCB Presets to set Feedback at some precise
> "favorite" levels as the foot rocking on the Expression Pedal is a bit
> of an inexact move (for me, anyway!). I'm currently doing it with a
> regular expression pedal plugged into the EDP...works fairly well, but
> it gets funky to inadvertently dip down into some low numbers, then
> change, as it makes a "spike."