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Re: Troubleshooting my EDPs and FCB....Again (factory reset guidance)
To Kris an others with two EDP`s.
While talking about syncing two EDP`s I``ll use the chance to ask about
Even when hooked up right I have problems. For each repeat of a loop the
will drift over to one side more and more and getting out of phase. Next
time (loop) it might drift
over to the other side. More or less randomly.
This has been discussed before, I believe. Someone installed some new
What to do about it?
Both my EDP`s are from the same period (beige Gibson).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hartung, Kris" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2005 7:39 PM
Subject: RE: Troubleshooting my EDPs and FCB....Again (factory reset
I'll give it a try. I was wondering, since my problem only occurs with
both units, what about using my MIDI splitter to go from the FCB to the
EDPs, rather than to one EDP and then MIDI out of that one to the next?
I would still use the Brother Sync of course.
From: Per Boysen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2005 4:09 AM
Subject: Re: Troubleshooting my EDPs and FCB....Again (factory reset
On Jul 10, 2005, at 11:57, Hartung, Kris wrote:
> Before I start troubleshooting in detail, I thought I would try
> resetting the FCB to factory state first. However, I am confused by
> what the manual says about this. It shows three ways to perform a
> reset: V-AMP family products, BEHRINGER guitar amps, and BASS V-AMP
> product range. Is there a particular reset option I should choose?
No. Whatever reset you use you will have to empty the banks and put in
new data for the EDP. When programming your FCB banks you must be aware
of that the FCB can send multiple midi commands on every button press.
In the FCB patch programming mode you have to disable everything except
for what the EDP needs. Otherwise you will go nuts when trying to get it
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