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arowbat
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what midi foot controller ?????

arowbat
February 07, 2014 - 03:05 pm

Hi, I have the time factor and the space pedal and a Marshall JVM. Any suggestions on which midi foot controller works best?

Jeff

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spaceJam
August 13, 2015 - 07:18 pm

arowbat wrote:

Hi, I have the time factor and the space pedal and a Marshall JVM. Any suggestions on which midi foot controller works best?

Jeff

 

 

There's no best.

 

But I recommend the Liquid Foot products.

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KCStratman
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August 14, 2015 - 07:09 pm

The Mission Electronics EP-25K works great with the Factor stompboxes and the H9. It comes in the classic crybaby metal housing if you like that style and is available with dual outputs to operate two units at once if desired.

wayneledbetter
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wayneledbetter
August 18, 2015 - 02:54 am

I have used the behringer fcb 1010.  It works great.  Takes a few minutes to figure out programming ccs for the fcb 1010.

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kmeals9898
August 22, 2015 - 02:56 am

wayneledbetter wrote:

I have used the behringer fcb 1010.  It works great.  Takes a few minutes to figure out programming ccs for the fcb 1010.

For the Behringer FCB1010 the expression pedals are assignable too with the H-9?

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brock
August 22, 2015 - 06:54 pm

kmeals9898 wrote:

For the Behringer FCB1010 the expression pedals are assignable too with the H-9?

You can assign each pedal independently for min & max value range and MIDI CC number.  That's for each of the 100 switch / FCB 1010 preset positions [10 x 10 banks].  The switch can also transmit up to 5 Program Changes, 2 static MIDI CC values (or one alternating set of on/off MIDI CC values), and a MIDI Note value at v=64.  Up to 10 MIDI Channels [one for each message type: PG 1-5, CC 1-2, EXP A-B, and Note] are set globally across the 100 presets.

One undocumented feature is that Program Change #5 is transmitted after the MIDI CC messages.  This doesn't apply to the H9, but it allows you to change banks of 128 Program Changes on some devices.  There are many more features added if you install the UnO chip.  Mine is a stock setup.  Either way, do yourself a favor & download one of the 3rd-party free editors.

teabandito
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teabandito
August 23, 2015 - 03:35 am

KCStratMan wrote:

The Mission Electronics EP-25K works great with the Factor stompboxes and the H9. It comes in the classic crybaby metal housing if you like that style and is available with dual outputs to operate two units at once if desired.

What is the reason for the dedicated switches to every H9? Isn't it easier to control them with on switch via midi connection?