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RE: Looperlative & MIDI Pedal Assignment

I have mapped record overdub and half speed to the same midi pedal. great 
you like to record at different speeds.

-----Original Message-----
From: Krispen Hartung [mailto:khartung@cableone.net]
Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2006 6:28 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Looperlative & MIDI Pedal Assignment

I just setup my Behringer to control my LP1...way too easy, though I'm 
struggling with mapping my two controller pedals to feedback and
volume...it's a problem with the FCB that I need to work out....user error.
I just found the solution in the Looperlative Forum.

Anyway, for those of you new, and relatively old LP1 users, I'm curious how
you are mapping your MIDI pedals to LP1 functions. I'm finding myself
slightly overwhelmed by the breadth of options, especially since I like to
get everything in one MIDI controller bank (10 buttons).  For starters, I
have Record/Overdub, Play/Stop, Previous Track, Next Track, Reverse, Half
Speed, All Stop, and Erase Track mapped to 8 of my FCB buttons.  That 
two more buttons to map.   What are you current users mapping?  Maybe I'll
program a cool sequence like Reverse and Half-Speed at the same time, etc.

If you are using more than one bank, how are you labeling your buttons? I
put white electric tape on the top of my buttons, which allows me to write
in two functions, one on top and another below it separated by a line. The
top functions are for Mobius, and the bottom for the LP1.  If I open up
another bank for the LP1, I'm essentially out of writing space. Any ideas?
I suppose I could create a laminated card of some sort and prop it behind
the FCB.


p.s. I love the fact that the LP1 doesn't have an input control knob..one
less thing for me to worry about. I just set the output from my incoming
signal to generate a decent level on the LP1 input level meter.  Also, the
noise gate was a big surprise!  Wow, not that I'll use it, but if I ever
have a noise signal path, it will be nice to have there.