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August 9, 2011 at 2:00 pm #108053NikosGuitarMember
I have one question about having only one expression pedal at my pedalboards to controll all 4 eventide stompboxes!
With the midi setup that we had mentioned in previous posts before(with the midi merger solution),i can controll all of them at the same time.
if i want to controll one stompbox or two with this one expression pedal how can i do it?
i have a preset with TimeFactor,ModFactor,Space running at the same
time and i step at the expression pedal,the parameters change for all of
them.It's ok for experimenting,but what should i do to controll only one of them without changing the expression's parameters?
August 18, 2011 at 7:40 pm #122546NikosGuitarMember
someone who can help me?
August 26, 2011 at 7:05 pm #122592NikosGuitarMember
Does anyone know, a product which can route one input to four-five outputs?
This,that i have in mind, is to plug the ErnieBall expression pedal in this "box"input and from there to select via buttons in which output to route the signal.each expression pedal port of the Eventide stompboxes are connected to this four-five outputs.
with a setup like this, i can select which stompbox i want to controll each time…maybe?
Is there anyone,who knows a product which can do this?
August 26, 2011 at 7:12 pm #122593badmelonfarmerParticipant
I would drop Dan a line at this1smyne ….he produces all sorts of crazy custom goodness at very reasonable prices, great workmanship and decent shipping costs.
August 26, 2011 at 11:10 pm #133760NikosGuitarMember
Thank you Badmelonfarmer!
Yes,Dan is an amazing guy!
I had talk to him about this,and he had respond to me with great results!but since i am from Greece,there is a long distance and you know…shipping cost,tax,afraid of losing the box during the shipping,…
That's why i want to find a product for that!
if you know anything…?
Before closing,i want to mention again that Dan is both very helpfull guy and pleasant to talk to him about what you want!I highly recomend him to all of you Americans!And as our conversation ended up here, I would mention how lucky you are you Americans!You have everything at your feet!Music,Musicians,amazing gear(we are at Eventide's forum,aren't we?),everything!
If i do not find a product like this,i may contact to Dan.I will risk it!
August 27, 2011 at 8:28 am #133761badmelonfarmerParticipant
I am British and live in the UK, I have used Dan and his shipping costs were crazy low…. But then they would have been small boxes.
There was another guy in the UK called Red Onion solutions…. But I don't think he is around any more and to be honest he was probably more expensive than Dan.. Even after factoring in taxes and shipping.
I would perhaps ask over at The Gear Page forum, in the Effects, pedals, strings and things section to see if anyone else knows of any other European dudes who may be able to help.
August 27, 2011 at 12:48 pm #133763NikosGuitarMember
Nice to meet you!
British?I have good words for you too!
Julian Bream,Allan Holdsworth,John McLaughlin,Adrian Legg,Robert Fripp,
David Gilmour,Mark Knopfler,Blackmore,Tony Iommi,Brian May,Jimmy Page,Andy Summers,John Etheridge,Eric Clapton,Frampton,…A LOT OF MY HEROES ARE BRITISH!
again,thank you for your time spending on helping me!
…and sorry for my english!
August 27, 2011 at 1:03 pm #133764badmelonfarmerParticipant
No worries happy to help and don't worry…. Your English is WAY better than my non existent Greek!
For such a small island we have produced some pretty good musicians, the closest I get to the names you mention is I know a relative of Robert Fripp… That's about as close as it gets
( is it ok to use Yamas like that?)
August 27, 2011 at 5:08 pm #133766NikosGuitarMember
Judging by the word that you know,you have definitely came for holidays here!
Yamas means something like cheers that you say, before crashing the glasses of wine when you are in happy situation.like drinking with friends while eating,or dancing…you know,that stuff!nice!
something easy to remember is "Geia" which means Hi,and "Geia sou" which means both hello you when you see someone for first time and good bye when you see someone for last time at this day.
August 27, 2011 at 5:16 pm #133767badmelonfarmerParticipant
Thanks for the tips
In english, you can use "Cheers" as a friendly "Thanks" and "Goodbye" …always in an informal way…..as well as the toasting a drink…. I knew Yamas was cheers….but did not know if I could use it in the same "thanks" way I use cheers…. I doubted it.
Yeah, been to Greece once to Halkidiki …… we really want to go back….had a great time! Nice and relaxing and not a very tourist area.
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