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RE: FCB1010 with UNO Chip strange behaviour.



Hi,
I have found out the problem!
I had left active the FCB1010 "Tap Tempo" function and so apparently at each press of a switch it was sending different commands.
Now it works all perfect!
But at least I know that the Octatrack can solo a track via midi command. And this is strange, because with the CC suggested in the OT manual, the solo doesn't work...
Bah :)

Ser


Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2013 09:31:57 -0600
From: rdwfour@verizon.net
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re: FCB1010 with UNO Chip strange behaviour.

Did you run the memory initialization routine?
 
From the UNO manual:
 
Switch off the board, and keep the 1 and 9 keys pressed while switching it on again.
Keep the 2 switches pressed until the display turns black. After releasing the 2 switches,
a countdown from 9 to 0 starts. After that, the board is ready to use.
 
On 02/09/13, Sergio Girardi<simpliflying@gmail.com> wrote:
 
Hello!

I am programming the FCB1010 with UnO Chip to control the Octatrack.
I have a MidiPal from Mutable Instruments with which I can see that each switch sends other midi info (which I ignore what) other than the note on command (which is the only one which I am aware to have activated).
The Uno Manual and the original one have some lacks in some steps of the setup but I have tried many things and I still have for example a strange problem with Switch 7, it send a command which soloes the active track of the Octatrack, even if it is programmed just to send a command to stop the sequencer. No way.
Tips?
I tried to understand how to reset the pedal but I could not find a way.

Thanks!