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Re: ANYONE KNOW THE MIDI PEDAL SCHEME FOR THE ECHOPLEX?
Thanks for the quick reply Kim.
The echoplex sounds way more complex than my jamman.Im thinking of
investing in one?The only problem I have is this midi controller/echoplex
pedalboard access loop 1 thru 9 tap thing.
What I do is midi merge two ada mc1 midi pedal controllers together
gives me access to all 19 of jammans loop functions without having to bank
and down.The ada mc1 has 10 buttons on the face of one pedalboard.So with
press of a button I can get around with ease (essential for me,especially
live).I would love it if the echoplex would react in a similar way.I
the echoplex does not accept midi program changes messages.You mentioned
this feature will be added in a future echoplex.Any idea when this version
will be avalible?
Sounds like the midi note or continuous controller message for changing
loops in echoplex may work for me?Not shure though,is anyone out there
similar set up to mine with the echoplex?If so mabey you can let me know
this midi note/continouous controler thing works with your midi pedal.I
need to be able to jump from one function to the next with minimal tapping.
Any Oberheim dealers in my area?I live in Myrtle Beach S.C. ,anywhere
S.C.,N.C. or GA. would work.I would love to try one out.I'd probably order
right now if I knew I could access most functions(especially loops 1 thru
with the press of one button.
Thanks for your help and patience,
In a message dated 98-01-20 06:39:06 EST, you write:
<< And last is switching with midi. Unlike the JamMan, the echoplex is more
like a sampler in this respect. It uses Midi Notes or Continuous
messages for changing loops. If you have the velocity parameter turned on,
the Echoplex will use the velocity info in the note on message (or the
value of the controller) to set the volume of the loop you switch to. You
jump directly to the loop you want by pressing it's associated
Note/controller number. (you can set which notes/controllers it uses for
the loops.) >>