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Re: Rolls RFX MP1288 MIDIWizard (was: Phil Keaggy video)
I am curouse if the Rolls Midibuddy will work to control the EDP
(overdub, reverse etc). thanks.
On 4/16/06, tEd (r) kiLLiAn <email@example.com> wrote:
> Has anyone had any success trying to use this device to control an EDP?
> I am intrigued also by the availability of multiple continuous
> jack -- up to eight of them, wow! Seems interesting enough to
> tEd (r) kiLLiAn
> On Apr 16, 2006, at 10:47 AM, Kevin wrote:
> > In 2000 Phil began using a <http://www.rolls.com/new/mp1288.html>Rolls
> > RFX MP1288 MIDIWizard MIDI foot controller to control his JamMan (you
> > can see him using it in the split-screen shot near the beginning of
> > his Philly Live! DVD). This is one of only a few MIDI pedals that
> > allows one to send multiple MIDI messages with a single foot press.
> > This allows Phil to do things with the JamMan that would require
> > sub-millisecond footwork to accomplish with the JamMan's normal
> > pedals. In addition, the JamMan has some capabilities that are only
> > accessible via MIDI and not from the front panel or its included foot
> > pedals. This includes the abilities to stop and restart a loop and to
> > fade loops; Phil accesses these capabilities with the MIDIWizard. For
> > details on how Phil's MIDIWizard is programmed, read these
> > <http://www.museweb.com/keaggy/MIDIWizard-JamMan.txt>notes on
> > MIDIWizard programming for the JamMan. If you program a MIDIWizard
> > this way, you may also find this
> > <http://www.museweb.com/keaggy/MIDIWizardLabels.pdf>sheet of
> > MIDIWizard labels handy.
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