Currently Being ModeratedDec 4, 2011 7:21 PM (in response to Springo)Re: Using FBV Shortboard MKII with POD HD and POD Farm Platinum 2.51
You really should give the advanced manual for the HD bean a read...Your suspicions are correct...You have to program the footswitches...But you do it on the bean itself...put the cursor on the effect block, hold enter and then select the FS you want...You can assign more than one block to the same switch.,,,you can have things come on and go off at the same time...Then there is the expression control which is pretty darn cool...
In terms of using the MK2 SB as a midi controller with POD Farm, I am less familiar with what that might entail...
Currently Being ModeratedDec 8, 2011 3:33 PM (in response to Springo)Re: Using FBV Shortboard MKII with POD HD and POD Farm Platinum 2.51
As spaceatl mentioned above, you will need to program the POD HD bean to use the FBV Shortboard MKII the way you want it to work. To do so, follow the instructions available in the POD HD advanced users guide starting on page B1 at the link below:
You will need to program each preset to work the way you want it to on the Shortboard.
As for using the Shortboard to control POD Farm 2.51, we have a helpful video that shows you how to use the MIDI learn feature of POD Farm to assign parameters to your Shortboard, you can view at the link below:
For an in depth video showing how to use FBV Control, check out the link below:
Currently Being ModeratedDec 13, 2011 5:33 PM (in response to Springo)RE: Using FBV Shortboard MKII with POD HD and POD Farm Platinum 2.51
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