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Re: More findings on the LP-1

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> Actually, the current LP1 software allows programming multiple functions 
> to a single MIDI program change message.  So, it is unnecessary to 
> reprogram the FCB1010 if you don't want to.

I'm really looking forward to that!  I've copied the section in the LP1 
manual below, which describes this I think. It seems pretty 

Each button can perform up to 8 different functions in order with a single
button press. When using the above procedure to assign functions to each
button, you are actually assigning a sequence of functions to each button.
In the above procedure, you only assign the first step in each sequence.
To assign additional functions in the sequence, you use the track selection
buttons to select the sequence position that you want to assign. For
example, to assign the second step, press the track 2 button.

EXAMPLE: Assigning the USER 4 button to reverse and halfspeed


> --On Tuesday, April 04, 2006 8:43 AM +0100 a k butler 
> <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
>>> Another great
>>> feature that I may have mentioned before, is with this unit, you can
>>> throw away your behringer FCB1010, manual (what good it did anyway:)
>>> because all midi controller functions are easily programmed from the
>>> front panel, and are sooo easy to assign to your midi foot pedal.
>> hi Bill,
>> ...so you wrenched that LP-1 out of little bros grasp?
>> actually if you want to start doing more advanced stuff with the LP-1 I
>> think the FCB1010 manual starts to come in handy again.
>> For instance, if you want to start recording on a Multiplied track right
>> away.
>> That requires sending 2 midi commands from one pedal.
>> ...there's no escape
>> ...huh, but what do I know, LP-1 is out of reach for me
>> andy butler