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Re: Pedalboards talking to Mac (Live)

On 30 maj 2006, at 22.02, Ian Henderson wrote:

> Hi All
> Been doing some basic looping with a GT5, and am wanting to take it  
> to the next level - using looping as an soundscape for my songs,  
> rather than making loop-specific music. I'm going to use Live for  
> starters and see how it works for me and what I want to do.
> I saw a video with a vocal looper (called Kid Beyond - quite a  
> nutter, and some impressive music) where he talked about some  
> software called Control 8 which converts midi messages to key strokes

Hi Ian,

The software KB uses for that is MIDI Translator by Bome. http:// 
www.bome.com. Bome makes Windows XP applications and Kid Beyond runs  
Live in XP too (just noticed your subject line talking Mac). For Mac  
OSX there is midiStroke by Charlie Roberts http://charlie-roberts.com/

> The Behringer FCB1010 is the only readily available footboard here,  
> and looks quite powerful and reasonably robust - this a good option?


Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
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