Yep that's correct M. Korg DT-7 and a momentary footswitch, there may be other tuners this works with too but the DT-7 has an actual mute jack. Bill -----Original Message----- From: Mech [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2009 11:46 AM To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com Subject: Re: OT: footswitch in "tuner out" At 8:30 AM -0700 8/15/09, ditch wrestler wrote: >I think it was a while back that somebody said by putting a latched >or unlatched footswitch into an effect pedal's 'tuner out' plug >would act as a kill switch, muting all that was going through the >pedal. I think I know the trick you're talking about, and you're having trouble finding it (I think) 'cause a couple of your details are munged. I believe you're referring to a trick discovered by our own William Walker while using one of the Korg tuners. There are a couple of the Korg models that have an input for a pedal to be used as a "Mute" switch. You can attach a unlatched footswitch (like a Roland FS-series switch) into this connector and use it as a 'killswitch' to create your own gating effects. I'm sure that if you search back for Bill's posts looking for "Korg tuner" you'll probably find the thread you're searching for.... --m. -- _____ "the wind in my heart; the dust in my head...."