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Hi, I recently picked up a SuperEgo+ pedal to create drones for practicing against. The superego plus has a feature where it can be controlled from external switches. I want to use the external amp control on the helix to trigger the superego hold function. The problem I'm facing is that the exernal amp control on the helix appears to be latching (press to connect, press to disconnect). The superego wants the switches to be momentary (press to connect, release to disconnect). Is there a way to get the Helix to used momentary switching behavior on the external amp control output?
Hello, I'm trying to fully integrate the PODHD500x with Ableton Live so that I can use the "Looper" device in Ableton, because I want the master clock to be Ableton so that my loops are always in sync and in the right Time Signature depending of what track I'm running. So to clear some info about my setup. I'm already sending and receiving MIDI from Ableton through the POD. At this moment I can send program changes from Ableton to switch presets and banks in the hardware. Also I can even control specific devices in the Hardware, like for example sending Midi to the POD to activate FX and Modulate the Expression pedals. So this chapter is working like a charm. What is missing though is a way to use the Looper in the POD to control Ableton Live's Looper. So at this point I'm already sending MIDI to Looper. The way I've managed to don't have the POD's Looper over Ableton's Looper was to turn the playback volume of Looper on the POD to 0. This way I can only listen the Looper from Ableton. Now the biggest problem arises from the button behaviour in the POD itself when the looper switch is Activated. Because the REC and Overdub (as also the the PLAY and STOP) use the same Switch (alternately) mapping it to Ableton creates a problem that involves having to press twice for the Switch to do it's defined midi function. So the way I have it set up is by using 6 Switches. a) Switch #1 (FS5) - REC a) Switch #2 (FS6) - PLAY a) Switch #3 (FS7) - OVERDUB a) Switch #4 (FS8) - STOP a) Switch #5 (FS1) - UNDO a) Switch #6 (FS2) - CLEAR But for this to work as a normal Midi Looper too this buttons need to have an option to work as momentary and only send one CC event. So my suggestion is to have an option in the Hardware itself to "Bypass the Looper's Switches functions" (making all the FS switches "MOMENTARY" OR "NOTE") so that If anyone wants to use the Looper function as a MIDI CC's it won't be limited because of the way the Switches Work in the POD. Let me know what you guys think of this :) Thank you Andregmendes.com
Hi, I'm a bass player using a Boss GT-10B and am interested in replacing it with an M9. Being a former owner of a floor POD XT, I know that the individual sounds that I'm after are possible, but there is one effect sound in particular that I've used through the years and I want to make sure that I can achieve this "signature" sound with the M9: My GT-10B has two effect busses that enable me to use a momentary switch to open my delay for as long as my foot is pressing down on the pedal. When my foot releases the pedal the delay trails while I continue with my dry bass sound. This is great for transitions and is important for my purposes. Can the switches in a scene be set for toggle or momentary? Can I configure the M9 to let the delay trail afterwards? Thanks Marty