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Re: midimate again, cc values
This MIDI controller thing for looping units is madness. I've been waiting
in the background for someone to find the jackpot, so I too can leave that
big ol' Behringer home. I don't want to switch back to my EDP controller,
small as it is, because I loose some cool features.
It seems that all the small and petite controllers don't send the type of
messages we need. I just need a controller like my ADA MC-1 that will send
notes...that's all...just a minor, harmless request. :)
How about the RFX MP128 Midibuddy Midi controller?
The Mesa Boogie Abbacuss?
The Roland GFC50? (cute little thing)
What about paying someone to make a custom pedel? What that be outragious?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Travis Hartnett" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 11:41 PM
Subject: Re: midimate again, cc values
As I recall, the MIDI Mate won't do that. It'll send program changes,
or you can put it into "controller" mode, where the bottom five
buttons send program changes, and the top five buttons can send one CC
message. It's really intended to control rack-style guitar set-ups,
with the CC buttons turning individual effects (chorus, delay, etc.)
on or off within a given preset.
On 12/30/05, Zoe Keating <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm fed up with the gargantuan size of my FCB1010 and am testing new
> midi pedals to use with Monsieur RPTR.
> The Ground Control & All Access are too big in their own ways. How
> would I reach the 3rd row? And so heavy! The Rocktron MidiMate looked
> like the right size and the advertised specs looked right. (and so
> small! so darling! it fits so neatly in my suitcase!! )
> I cockily thought...."Well, I've mastered programming of the FCB1010.
> Mapping my patches over to the MidiMate will be a breeze...."
> SILLY ME.
> Does anyone out there use one? I've just wasted a few hours trying to
> crack this thing.
> I simply need to send simultaneous messages. For example:
> PC 5 + CC 11 value 105
> I am fine setting the PC messages. How do I assign values to the CC
> messages??? I'm stumped!
> From everything I read online, I assumed the pedal would do this.
> But now I'm suspecting that it does not....
> anyone ever use one?
> thanks much, z