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Re: FCB-1010

you can achieve what you want by upgrading the firmware to the "UnO" version - more info on www.ossandust.be

J Johans wrote:
BAY133-W5649A27A9C0C64FFA6CDE1DB5B0@phx.gbl" type="cite"> thankyou for that - u just saved me from an entire night of pulling my hair out-
instead i get to go kayak in the dark and figure out a way around it

From: info@zoekeating.com
Subject: Re: FCB-1010
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2008 20:33:33 -0700
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com

yeah, the LEDs on the FBC reflect what button you last pressed. 
as far as i'm aware only one LED is on at a time.
however, that has nothing to do with what is going on in your device. if you turned on your reverb it would still be on until you press the FCB to turn it off. i'm assuming your device accepts program changes, in which cases the buttons would toggle your functions on and off.

On Sep 5, 2008, at 6:42 PM, J Johans wrote:

another quick qustion to anyone who has time - 
just got mine in the mail...read through the manual and cant seem to find a function i need
even though this is not my application...imagine you are a guitar player using the FCB to control a POD x3 style unit 
personally, i would want to program a button to turn the delay on/off ....reverb on/off....distortion on/off, and seemingly the kicker is the fact that i would want the LED for the button to stay on if the respective effect was on......sooooooooo....hit the button to turn on verb...then hit the button to turn on distortion...and when i look down the LEDs for both my delay and distortion buttons are on
i cannot seem to make it work like this....whenever i hit another button the led for the previous one goes off and there is seemingly no user config option for latch, momentary, toggle etc.
any ideas or confirmations?

> From: midifriedchicken@comcast.net
> Subject: Re: Cutting up the FCB-1010 (removing expression pedals)?
> Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2008 20:01:50 -0400
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> To take that idea a step further, would it be possible to create FCB 
> modules of 4 or 6 pedals (2 rows each) or whatever, with options for 
> adding pedals as needed. Sort of a modular system. Sometimes I need 
> all ten with expression pedals, sometimes I can get away with 4 
> pedals. That would be very cool.
> On Aug 31, 2008, at 6:26 PM, info at zoekeating wrote:
> > bob charest, who i found on the FCB list, is doing this for me 
> > right now!!! he's a professional musician in maine and has many 
> > talents...he posted photos of his pedal-removal job up the FCB 
> > group list and i was very impressed.
> >
> > anyway, he agreed to do it, and i shipped him a pedal for him to 
> > modify. the pedals are coming off and the power supply will go in a 
> > little box that i'll mount in my rig (which will send power down a 
> > midi cable). there are other ways you could do the power thing, i 
> > decided that was the best option for me.
> >
> > i talked to him yesterday and he was just painting the finished 
> > product with a black flake finish (!!).
> >
> > i should get it this week. i asked him if he wanted to keep it a 
> > secret or not, but he says he is into the idea of this being a 
> > little sideline.
> >
> > i'm very exited!
> >
> >
> >
> > On Aug 31, 2008, at 2:57 PM, Buzap Buzap wrote:
> >
> >> Hi folks
> >>
> >> it would be kind of neat to have the Behringer FCB-1010 as a more 
> >> compact option _without_ expression pedals. And only take 
> >> additional pedals if you need them.
> >>
> >> Looking inside the FCB1010:
> >> http://www.el34world.com/Misc/Music/images/IMG_0230.jpg
> >> It could be actually possible: Cut the metal case off right where 
> >> the pedals begin, cut off the pedals, externalize the power supply.
> >>
> >> What do you think?
> >>
> >> Buzap
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> >>
> >

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