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Re: Nobels MF1
Wasn't there some sort of memory-dropping issue with the PMC-10, or
was that just related to old-gear-with-a-battery-that-needs-replacing?
On 12/31/05, Kris Hartung <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> And can't send more than 12 notes from what I gather too. Oh well, it was
> worth a shot. I'm waiting for Zoe to buy and try out the Digitech unit.
> for now I'll keep using my Behringer. It's not really that bad, and it
> the job well....plus I will get around to using the expression pedels,
> I have mapped to control volume and feedback right now.
> ----- Original Message -----
> > the Nobels MF1 is what I'm currently using to operate the
> > Looperlative - it's fine as a bog-standard program-change box. 'Funny
> > note mode' is balls though. Might be more useable on the MF2, never
> > tried one. It is, however, rather heavy and bulky for what it is.
> > Easy to use, but a bit of a pain. Has dipswitches to change global
> > midi channel (can't transmit on more than one channel.) No sockets
> > for expression pedals, sadly.
> > Is there such a thing as a CC pedal with just a Midi cable coming
> > out, that you could daisy chain via a 'midi thru' port or something?
> > just trying to work out how to get a CC pedal hooked up to the
> > Looperlative.
> > Steve
> > www.stevelawson.net - site
> > www.stevelawson.net/store/ - shop
> > http://steve.anthropiccollective.org - blog