|Tone Name||Eleven Rack MIDI|
|Created with||POD HD500|
This patch is for using the HD500 as a MIDI controller for the Avid Eleven Rack. Make sure to set your HD500 foot switch mode to "Pedalboard Mode" so FS5-FS8 will turn effects on/off on the 11R instead of changing patches/rigs. Dedicate one bank on the HD500 for controlling the 11R. Fill the entire bank with this patch and name as appropriate. Use the HD500 to change patches and turn effects on/off. For example, if you save a preset on the HD500 with reverb, delay, FX1 and modulation on it will alway be recalled in that state. Unfortunately the HD500 can only access the first 64 patches on the 11R as far as I know. The HD500 MIDI control is setup as follows. FS1 = FX1 on 11R off FS2 = FX2 on 11R off FS3 = Unused FS4 = FX LOOP on 11R off FS5 = DIST on 11R off FS6 = MOD on 11R off FS7 = DELAY on 11R off FS8 = REVERB on 11R on Tap Tempo works as expected Expression pedal controls volume by default. The toe switch on expression pedal turns on/off the Wah and controls it.
Eleven Rack MIDI
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