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Re: Seeking advice on SMALL midi pedal

For those of you looking for cases for the Behringer, this SKB
controller case will do it with a bit of space left over for cables
and what-not:


And I believe the dip switches on the ADA determine only the MIDI
transmission channel.


On 12/28/05, Kris Hartung <khartung@cableone.net> wrote:
> I still use the ADA MC-1 MIDI pedal to control my Boss VF-1, but I don't
> think you can program it to send anything but program changes, not
> notes.....it does have a dip switch on it though...maybe it can be 
> If so, I'd use it for my EDPs rather than the Behringer if it sent 
>notes. It
> is much smaller than the Behringer, but just as long.
> http://www.adadepot.com/adagear/gearpages/pedals/ADA-MC-1.htm
> What would it take to modify one of these to send notes?
> Kris
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Zoe Keating" <cello@zoekeating.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, December 28, 2005 1:04 PM
> Subject: Re: Seeking advice on SMALL midi pedal
> > Oh I am with you on the Behringer.....its always the odd piece out. I
> > finally found a case to fit it...an old vintage violin case (at the
> > Chicago Music Store in Tucson)....and then last week it was CRUSHED
> > by United Airlines. They wouldn't let me carry it on because I had 2
> > carryons already (I always carry the RPTR) and I had to gate check it.
> >
> > I never use those expression pedals anyway, they're too far way when
> > sitting. So I'm going to give the Rocktron MIDI Mate a try.
> >
> > Not a lot out there really. It seems like foot controllers are out of
> > fashion because rack-mounted effects are out of fashion (i.e. not
> > "retro" enough....yawn...insert comments here).
> >