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Re: Using the standard EDP pedal with 2 EDPs
when you control an EDP with the footpedal it outputs
the midi commands via midi.
So a second slave EDP linked by midi will respond as long as
EDP1 Output (not Thru) is linked to EDP 2 Input.
It doesn't happen via brothersync.
This depends on the ControlSource param.
i.e. both EDPs have
An AB switch is good to use one pedal for either
...but it *won't* work both at once if you wire them in parallel
Assuming you're syncing to incoming midi clock you could use the Thru
of EDP1 to connect to EDP2 and an AB switch to route the pedal to either
EDP. (and bro-sync)
Which would suit what I imagine to be your usual mode of operation.
mark francombe wrote:
Im off to Italy for a gig on Saturday in a place called Trento. Due to
baggage restrictions Ive decided to NOT take my FCB1010 and rely instead
on A) pressing buttons on the front panel, and B) triggering commands
using iPad >missing link. I rehearsed this yesterday and it went OK. As
I am synching to midi clock from my colleagues Ableton Live,
I don't have to be too accurate with the record button, but found that
some things just dont work with tapping the iPad.
Now its been a while since using the Standard EDP pedal, but was
wondering (after checking the manual) If I plug in ONE pedal into one
EDP, does it trigger both when linked via brother synch and midi ) and
set to synch out?
The diagram for stereo operation shows ONE pedal plugged into one EDP,
but presumably with trigger both. This may be OK for some situations,
stereo for example, but what happens if I have already started both EDPs
seperatly and are running, synched, but different lengths?
I cant test cos I need to go to my old house to pick it up, I will now
only have the sound check to test it with.
Further to this, would it be possible to somehow split the pedal cable
via foot-switches to use one pedal for one EDP the other pedal, and BOTH!
Yours, space saving...