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Re: AB/Y Switch
Re: my custom disaster area pedal
The great thing about the custom disaster area pedal I got is indicator
lights... I always know what the pedal is doing.
I have 2 toe switches on the side. One toggles cc1/cc2 red/green. The
other toggles normal mode and looper control mode also red/green .... so u
don't have to hold for 3 secs.
I think the disasterkump pedal is way more elegant than the mission idea
because of midi. It does more And is smaller.
And hey... The expression ins are free in mine, so I could put some kind
of momentary switch there to play with!
On Oct 25, 2013, at 9:55 PM, William Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thanks Teddy and Kevin for the cool tips, I'm in the process of having
> my toe switch on my Mission dual output expression pedal moved to the
> side hopefully with a non click smooth action switch. At first I wasn't
> concerned as the two functions, loop volume and feedback I was
> controlling and switching between would usually be initiated from a toe
> down (100%) position. but I get exuberant and start changing loop volume
> when I mean to control feedback by accidentally engaging the
> switch….Doh!!! on another note I am using a Mission Expressionator
> expression router to control three of my processors and I really like
> it, 1 pedal where once there where 3. Have to try that aby thing with
> my M-9 Kevin and I'll check out the Disaster area dudes Teddy.