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    Gordius

    Sure, it's still possible to send many messages with a single preset. A big strength (in my eyes) of the LittleGiant is that it has a fully "dynamic" memory structure. This means that you can choose between many presets containing a few messages, or less presets containing a larger number of...
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    Gordius

    Hi, yesterday I posted an update on the status of this new development here : http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/GORDIUS/message/1770 You're correct, the current firmware has a limited number of presets (190 presets + 32 I.A.s + 32 momentary effects) The version I'm testing right now...
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    Pinout for 7 pin bidirectional midi?

    Hi Fret, it's 1 - midi in pin 4 3 - midi in pin 5 regards, Xavier
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    how to control synth notes with midi controller

    O yes, I forgot another cool one... If you search the manual for "sweeps", you will see that you can define different types of sweeps (fast or very slow), which automatically send a series of CC messages with increasing or decreasing value. Or a stomp which sends a stream of increasing values...
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    how to control synth notes with midi controller

    You're correct, but you have some additional possibilities. - I mentioned the use of "data variables", because that reduces the number of required stompboxes. With those variables, you can have 4 overall stompboxes for note triggering, and each song can still define a different pitch for each of...
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    how to control synth notes with midi controller

    PM me and I'll be there ;-) I have no experience at all with the Axe-FX synth, looks like a fun idea to use the Axe-FX as a stand-alone (not guitar-controlled) synth... So I guess the main problem to solve is to find the correct CC values to use for all notes - through trial-and-error. After...
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    Gordius Little Giant Module & Axe-Edit @ live scenario

    Thanks Yek, that's correct. Just some extra info: today I was retesting the use of LG2 + Axe-Edit + Axe-FX, in order to get my documentation on that topic up to date (as you know there were some recent extensions/changes in the LG2 MIDI-USB behavior - it's now possible to send MIDI both to USB...
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    Gordius LB-X help

    Hi Fabio, didn't you receive my email yesterday? If you want effects to turn off, you simply need to specify this in the preset setup. Extract from the user manual (topic 17.5.5 : Preset Setup > Stompboxes ) : "An important point to notice: stomp boxes can be switched on or off when selecting...
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    my Little Giant doesn't recognise MIDI IN signals

    Go step by step: - launch Axe-Edit without ControlCenter open, and check if you can connect. (if that doesn't work, problem is not related to the reuse of the same port. But since that worked before, I guess it should keep working as long as no MIDI settings or Sysex ID is modified in Axe-Edit)...
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    my Little Giant doesn't recognise MIDI IN signals

    There is one important restriction in USB-MIDI functionality (in general), which I'm trying to document on several places, but which still causes lots of trouble and/or confusion : it is NOT possible to use a MIDI-USB port in 2 applications simultaneously. The primary LG2 MIDI-USB port talks...
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    Roland FC-300 and GORDIUS Little Giant Module

    Indeed, xrist04, I'm monitoring the Gordius forum more frequently than this one. Actually today there is a close integration between Little Giant (Module and floorboard) and 3 third party controllers : Behringer FCB1010, Roland FC200 and Roland FC300. Yes, you can turn the FC300 into a "remote...
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    More momentary switches (for midi boards)

    The GORDIUS products don't have exactly what you describe. But they do have 4 input jacks, to each of the jacks you can connect an expression pedal or a dual momentary switch (like the Boss FS-6, or something you make yourself for less money). So this means you can have 4 momentary switches plus...
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    Momentary switches

    The GORDIUS LG2 has 10 of them (or 8, with another 16 one click away), the LGX2 has 13, with another 16 one click away. (each of the switches can be individually configured as momentary switch, IA switch, or regular preset select switch)
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    How the GORDIUS LittleGiant and Axe-FX work together.

    I just finalized a document describing all MIDI and USB options of the LittleGiant 2. At the end of that document (page 13), there is a detailed description on how to use LittleGiant + Axe-FX + ControlCenter + Axe-Edit simultaneously. The very last page (page 16) describes the differences...
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    Programming footswitches for the looper delay

    The difference is in the CC value, not the CC number. Just have a look at the sample setup I emailed you: - the Play preset toggles between CC 66 127 and CC 66 0 - the Stop preset triggers the CC 66 0.
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    Programming footswitches for the looper delay

    I didn't find any documentation on the looper control, but based on Laygo's post about this I believe you can have - a record switch which can be toggling or momentary. Starts recording, then goes into play mode whenever you click a second time (toggling) or whenever you release the switch...
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    What expression pedals will work with a Gordius little giant

    Re: What expression pedals will work with a Gordius little g I will!... The reason why it will take some time before this is available, is because it will be part of a larger update. The future firmware will support up to 64 simultaneous switches per bank (internal + external through jacks +...
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    What expression pedals will work with a Gordius little giant

    Re: What expression pedals will work with a Gordius little g Multivir is 100% correct. However, there is also a much easier solution: simply don't connect a second cable... You will not lose any functionality without the extra switch cable, since you can program the LG2 to have a "virtual toe...
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    How the GORDIUS LittleGiant and Axe-FX work together.

    Hi Mat, No estimated release date yet. At the speed I'm working, probably not 2010. It will more than just a new case There is no cooperation with Fractal. I have all reasons to believe that the MFC-101 programming in Axe-Edit will be MFC-101 specific... Java would be the fastest solution...
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    How the GORDIUS LittleGiant and Axe-FX work together.

    I know, the Mac editor..... The only reason why there is no Mac editor yet today is.... because I have been working on this Axe-LG stuff "fulltime" (GORDIUS fulltime means: part of the weekends...) I had contact with someone who proposed to take over from me for doing the Mac editor development...
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    How the GORDIUS LittleGiant and Axe-FX work together.

    Hi, I just finalized some extra functionality in LittleGiant firmware and ControlCenter editor software. With the extended USB functionality, you now can do the following with nothing but 2 cables (one 7-pins MIDI cable plus one USB cable) : - LG controls Axe-FX - LG displays Axe-FX tuner info...
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    Why wait for the Fractal Midi Pedal???? Please explain....

    - no decision on pricing yet. - no decision on release date neither. (It's not only about hardware. I want to have the new Mac editor ready too before releasing anything) - it will be a retrofit kit. No soldering required. - major difference with the LG-M will be the lack of (decent) display...
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    Why wait for the Fractal Midi Pedal???? Please explain....

    Hi, since I feel directly involved in this part of the discussion (as creator of LG-M and UnO), I'd like to share some thoughts (and news) : 1. No doubt, you're correct about the price of the module being too high to be good 2. You're probably correct about it being ugly too, I'm not offended...
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    Two FCB1010s on two Ultras doing the same job?

    Actually all the logic is inside the LG-M, the EPROMS just turn the FCB into a "dummy slave controller" while the LG-M takes care of the processing, treating the 2 FCBs as duplicate 10-switch extensions or a single 20-switch extension, driving the correct key LEDs on the FCBs, etc...
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    Two FCB1010s on two Ultras doing the same job?

    The stock FCB or UnO FCB don't respond to MIDI commands. The LittleGiant module comes with a specific firmware EPROM for the FCB1010 "slave(s)". With this firmware, the FCB(s) do listen to MIDI commands, and can be assigned an ID (1, 2 or 3: up to 3 FCBs can be chained). The firmware also...
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    Two FCB1010s on two Ultras doing the same job?

    You could do that by chaining the 2 FCB's and use them as slave controllers for a LittleGiant module. Then you would have the choice to use them together as one 20-switch 4-expression-pedal controller, or else as 2 duplicates which do exactly the same. Selecting a preset on 1 FCB would then show...
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    Question for Gordius users

    Hi Naim, I'm not checking this forum daily, so it's a good idea to have Gordius specific questions posted on the Gordius forum. Just read the end paragraph of that topic in the addendum document : " * Remark : this extended USB functionality is implemented purely in firmware. It is not yet...
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    FCB1010 controlling it by an external sequencer - HELP

    I'm afraid you're screwed... The FCB1010 cannot be controlled from the outside. So there is no way an external sequencer can change patches or stompbox states on your FCB. The patch select problem (selecting 128x2 + patch number) has nothing to do with the FCB. It's the sequencer which...
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    Curious: Why does the LF seem to be more popular than the LG

    Yes, one day I will release another version with standard matrix layout (although I don't like copying what already exists...) There are too many people asking for this. But this will not be near future - all new development at Gordius is going at a very slow pace! And I'm not promising until...
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    How to make BPMs show up in the display of the LF Pro?

    Actually, while looking at the source code, I discovered another cool feature (I believe). I completely forgot about this, so I guess most LG users don't know it neither. You can program a fixed BPM (per preset) to control the AxeFX tempo, or you can "tap" the tempo. But after that you can also...
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    How to make BPMs show up in the display of the LF Pro?

    With the LittleGiant, you can have a nice big BPM value shown on the display. It calculates and shows the BPM of an incoming MIDI Clock, or of a local metronome, or of the local taptempo function. So an LG user could use the built-in taptempo functionality, have the BPM displayed, and let the...
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    Full control over LittleGiant and Axe-FX with just 2 cables.

    I must admit that I didn't do any testing on Windows7 yet. But there's a LittleGiant owner who did extensive testing on several platforms, and he reported that he got everything working fine. He tested : - XP 32 bit - Vista 64 bit - Windows 7 64 bit - Windows 7 32 bit XP mode (virtual machine)
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    Full control over LittleGiant and Axe-FX with just 2 cables.

    I am currently testing the extended USB possibilities of the Little Giant 2 with an Axe-FX. I turned the LG into a full 2x2 MIDI-USB interface. Actually it's a 3x3 interface (the PC shows 3 IN ports and 3 OUT ports), but 1 set of ports is dedicated for sending LittleGiant patchdumps and firmware...
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    Liquid Foot Pro owners: A few questions if you don't mind

    You can phantom power the Little Giant with a 7-pin MIDI cable. It's a feature of the "generation 2" products.
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    Think I made a mistake buying a LiquidFoot Junior

    It's a general problem that support for (large) MIDI sysex is not great with many interfaces. On top of that, Mac happens to have a poor java implementation of MIDI (forcing people to buy extra software like Mandolane in order to be able to access MIDI hardware from java applications). That's...
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    Liquid foot pro resend question

    I'd like to have some more insight on that topic. What are the opinions of Axe users with regards to auto-synchronizing footcontroller and Axe-FX? I have read several comments stating that this kind of synchronization is a must-have, showstopper if it's not available. Then I've seen several...
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    FCB1010 w/UnO freezing - Attn Ossandust

    wow Joe - this makes it a triple posting. I got your attention on all three forums ! :-) EDIT : I guess that should have been : you got my attention on all three forums - hehe
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    FCB1010 compared to Liquid/GCP/etc

    I don't have a Mac to try it out, I just saw a thread on the UnO Yahoo forum titled "SOLUTION - Ripwerx FCB1010 editor with Mac Snow Leopard" and a number of follow-up messages of users confirming that the proposed solution worked for them If you know how to manually set expression pedals on a...
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    Got tired of MFC 101 silence - Gordius on the way

    I know, I suggested I might provide a low cost solution to solve this MIDI communication problem, instead of using a full blown MIDI buffer. I thought of integrating a few components in a MIDI cable jack perhaps. Now that I see what exactly is the problem, I don't think such a small fix is...
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    The Definitive Floor Controller Chart

    Hi OmegaZero, new version of the Little Giant is released. You can change "Phantom power" from no to yes. Regards, Xavier
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    -FIXED-Gordius users: how 2 display axe-fx tuner?

    Re: Gordius users: how 2 display axe-fx tuner? As soon as I'm through the workload of shipping the first next-gen Little Giants, I will release a firmware update with random song select and random bank select added.
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    Got tired of MFC 101 silence - Gordius on the way

    I finally took the time to start up the borrowed Axe-FX and have a closer look at that MIDI OUT problem. The cause is simple: apparently the Axe-FX uses a 3V buffer on the MIDI OUT stage, which is not really what the MIDI standard says. Result is that the receiving optocoupler only gets half of...
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    Got tired of MFC 101 silence - Gordius on the way

    The Midi Solutions solution for drawing power from the MIDI signal doesn't seem to work on all devices (actually a MIDI OUT signal is not intended to power other electronics ). They are building a list of "non working devices" in their FAQ. I guess that they count on the ground lead (pin 2 of...
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    Got tired of MFC 101 silence - Gordius on the way

    You're right... Everything is in there to have "random preset select" added with little effort. So I guess it isn't there because nobody asked for it yet. Now I remember that you asked about this some time ago here on this forum - then I did some testing and saw that it takes about 4 seconds to...
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    AxeFx and power to midi controller

    ok, in order to reduce the confusion, here's the whole story : there is indeed a problem with some Axe-FX units and some LG units, concerning MIDI OUT of the Axe to MIDI IN of the LG. I haven't heard of any problem with the LG MIDI IN connected to other devices, (I'm testing with FCB1010...
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    FCB1010 compared to Liquid/GCP/etc

    Well, the expression pedal assignment for each IA is also "global", not per preset. But it's correct that each preset can have its own stompbox activation setup (which stompboxes are on, which are off), and also its own expression pedal assignments. So when you don't do any expr.pedal setup in...
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    FCB1010 compared to Liquid/GCP/etc

    Actually, "per preset IA mapping" means that the "stompboxes" (or IA switches) get a different meaning, depending on the currently active preset. That's not the case with UnO: you just have your 5 global stompboxes, they don't behave differently depending on the selected preset. According to...
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    Cheap $5 chinese midi interface..... the verdict is:

    Good to hear it works :-) There's a problem with the XP driver indeed, specifically for transmitting large SysEx messages (over 4096 bytes). Windows didn't do any upgrade on its driver since the launch of XP (October 2001). I'm not sure but I believe they even kept the same driver for Vista...
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    Cheap $5 chinese midi interface..... the verdict is:

    It's a known issue with XP that its built-in MIDI-USB driver is buggy. This is the driver which is used by any device not providing a brand specific own driver. I have been researching a similar problem when doing patchdumps to the Axe-FX through the GORDIUS LittleGiant USB connection. I finally...
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    MFC-101 Pics from LA Amp Show

    Some controllers use mono-colored LEDs with different brightness levels (off / dim / on). Not quite as fancy, but at least you just gave a valid reason to do it that way ;-)
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    To Gordius users

    You're right Aleks, they must have changed this. Just for a test, I created an extra account and I needed to choose something like "@yahoo.com" indeed. But that didn't bother me actually. I'll never use any @yahoo.com email address. For login I just type the username/password I created. After...
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    To Gordius users

    I don't have any yahoo email, yet I'm member of several Yahoo groups, and moderator on a few of them. I think all you need is any email address to receive the member approval email (same procedure as this forum I believe), and to receive messages if you choose to use email for that. If you use...
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    To Gordius users

    The TunerDisplay and TapTempo messages are indeed special messages set up through ControlCenter (TunerRequest is a regular MIDI message, not supported by the Axe-FX) So actually Aleks needs help in getting the MIDI-USB device working through Parallels on Mac, so that he can do patchdumps from...
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    Liquid Foot or Gordius Little Giant outdoors?

    My main goal is to compare OLED with LCD side by side, since I have no plans to move toward a character display with the LittleGiant. I will stick with the graphical display. I did the comparison some time ago, but I must say I did not specifically do the "direct sunlight" test, I was...
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    Liquid Foot or Gordius Little Giant outdoors?

    A side by side test would be the only objective way to evaluate this. I will do so whenever I have the chance. It's obvious that I chose for OLED because of the superior display quality compared to LCD. I have a large number of unused LCDs in stock which I intended to use at first. Price of an...
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    Axe-FX specific enhancements of the next generation GORDIUS

    No immediate changes planned in the shape of the LG-X. I will probably consider adding another member to the family, for those who prefer to stick to the more standard type of layout. But that's no near future. For doing an upgrade, it will be pretty easy to disassemble the module from the...
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    Axe-FX specific enhancements of the next generation GORDIUS

    I won't hurry into this but when everything is 100% stable I will try to organize an upgrade action with joined shipment of multiple units indeed, if there's enough interest. Just give it some time.
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    Axe-FX specific enhancements of the next generation GORDIUS

    Actually the new controller has the same housing as the current one. Also the display is very similar, except that it's yellow on black instead of green on black. (the current product uses a PLED display - at the time of the initial design, I took a bet on this new technology. In the end it was...
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    MFC-101 Videos

    The LittleGiant has a digital scroll wheel which allows running through your setlist very fast, if you want to "bend over"... I tested is to be sure: I can scroll through a full 50 song setlist in 4 seconds. Doing it with your feet takes longer: the up/down buttons have an autorepeat of about...
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    Axe-FX specific enhancements of the next generation GORDIUS

    I definitely plan to offer an upgrade possibility to current customers. For that reason I made sure that the new electronics are fully compatible with the first-generation housing. Pricing not decided yet, but I will keep it as low as possible - this still is "just a MIDI controller" you...
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    Axe-FX specific enhancements of the next generation GORDIUS

    Hi all, I haven't been around for a while, just came by in order to announce some Gordius news, I notice there's quite some action going on on this forum right now (fresh news) - so let me add some to it :-) I have been working on a next generation of our Gordius controllers, earlier today I...
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    Liquid-Foot Pro vs Gordius Big Little Giant Foot Controller

    It's available here : http://www.rocketmusic.net/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=2527 There are several display modes, with different font sizes. You'd better ask this to actual Gordius users, who have been using the floorboard in a real live situation (unfortunately I only use the LG in...
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    Liquid-Foot Pro vs Gordius Big Little Giant Foot Controller

    Sorry, forgot to answer the second part (MIDI merger) : yes, the LG(-X) is acting as a standard MIDI merger : both MIDI IN's are merged together with the LG-generated messages, and all are sent to both MIDI OUT ports. Within this MIDI stream, you can do some filtering, like specify which MIDI...
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    Liquid-Foot Pro vs Gordius Big Little Giant Foot Controller

    The short answer is yes. You need a USB cable between LG-X and PC, and 2 MIDI cables between LG-X and Axe-FX. There are some possible issues, but it should work : 1. The Axe-FX uses huge sysex messages: over 1MB in one single sysex. I have seen that the standard WinXP MIDI driver (which the...
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    Liquid-Foot Pro vs Gordius Big Little Giant Foot Controller

    My reply will be very biased, since I designed the Big Little Giant and I don't know much about the LiquidFoot. But I'm sure others will chime in to highlight the LF, the more info you get the better. You can download the LG-X user manual to find out all details, I'll just add a comparison with...
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    FCB 1010 stuck in directSelect mode and won't deActivate

    Try disabling DirectSelect mode "manually" : start up the FCB while keeping the down switch pressed. The LED of switch 10 should show whether direct select is enabled or not. Disable it, and save by keeping the down switch pressed again. If the FCB still acts like in DirectSelect mode after...
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    Gordius & Axe-Fx Tuner

    I finally had the chance to test out "the real thing" (LG-X + Axe-FX) - thanks for passing by, MisterE. Here's the Axe tuner on the Little Giant display : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vza-aiGnn4c
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    FCB with UNO --- HELP!

    I believe http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/fcb1010_uno/ is a better place to ask general UnO related questions (lots of UnO users over there) It looks like you still have the PC messages enabled which are inserted when doing one of the Behringer factory resets (PC1 in preset 1, .... PC100...
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    While we wait for MFC...

    What Rocktron would need is you to send them the AFX specific sysex message format used for transmitting tuning info. You can get that by plucking a few strings and inspecting the MIDI output of the AxeFX using MIDI-OX or any other tool. Or by reading the recently updated thread in this forum...
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    While we wait for MFC...

    Yes, I added it to the LittleGiant firmware last weekend. Actually I agree with the arguments Javajunkie gave for not doing this kind of add-ons ("Then they would be asked to support all sorts of devices. Then you have to keep the firmware updated if something changes...."). But it seems like...
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    FCB1010 tap tempo issue

    Hi Chuk, the "PC" in "block repetitive PC messages" stands for "ProgramChange". So the ProgramChange message gets blocked, but not the ControlChange messages which turn your effects on or off. Actually that was the original aim of this setting: allow someone to click a preset button a second...
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    What floor controller shows which IA's are available?

    Maybe I should add some more details to this question... (since it's about the Gordius LG-X and I have been discussing this with MisterE) This question is not about automatically initializing the correct state of the 24 IAs depending on the selected preset - that's easily accomplished, a few...
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    Roland FC-300 user tips & experience

    FYI: the FC-300 is quite a powerful controller, but if one day you feel like spending the extra money to have more flexibility (like adding the features mentioned by GM Arts) you might consider to add a Gordius Little Giant module. This one has a mode for using the FC-300 as slave controller. It...
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    Help me choose a midi controller

    Actually, you could go smaller in footprint by combining any small and cheap MIDI controller with the LG-M module. The simple PC or CC messages sent by the "slave controller" can trigger any of the more complex LittleGiant presets. Or if you want to go even smaller, you could simply use...
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    ARGH!! Trying to get started w/FCB1010

    Frustrating... Please take the time to add an entry about this in the Midi Interface database on the FCB-UnO Yahoo forum. This might help convince other FCB users not to waste too much time on an unreliable interface. ( I mean - unreliable combination M-Audio UNO + FCB1010. The interface might...
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    ARGH!! Trying to get started w/FCB1010

    - UnO user guide page 8, "topic 4: CC TOGGLING" : explanation of CC toggling - UnO user guide page 18, "PRESET CONFIGURATION step by step" : picture of the FCB, showing that in preset setup step 2, switches 8 and 9 are used to setup toggling for CC1 and CC2 - UnO user guide page 23 : " Step 2...
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    ARGH!! Trying to get started w/FCB1010

    Sorry I'm late - it's 1:15 by now... I'm afraid I don't have much to add to Sebastian's suggestions. Except definitely to wait till tomorrow and try out your new MIDI interface. You probably have already looked at the MIDI interface database on the UnO forum? Several reports on the M-Audio UNO...
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    After 20 years, the Midi Mitigator still rules for songmode

    One of the recent changes I did to the PC editor, was on the global setup page, where you can select the different LittleGiant types and connected third-party slave controllers. I corrected the pictures in that screen to use exactly the same scale, so now you get a good comparison of the sizes...
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    After 20 years, the Midi Mitigator still rules for songmode

    No problem, solo-act, that's perfectly possible today. Mainly because there are some great guys around writing cool free software, like MidiOX, MidiYoke, Bome's Midi Translator,... which let you do any routing or filtering you like, based on whatever content of the MIDI stream. So indeed: just...
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    After 20 years, the Midi Mitigator still rules for songmode

    In order to avoid any confusion (and not claiming any functionality which is not ready and released): today you can't do random access with the Little Giant. But it is on my todo-list, as you can read in a recent thread on the Gordius Yahoo list : http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/GO ...
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    After 20 years, the Midi Mitigator still rules for songmode

    I hear you loud and clear, Sebastian and MisterE :-) I won't make the same mistake again! I guess the actual reason for this can be found in the way the LittleGiant was born: originally just a module, aimed at extending the FCB1010 possibilities (after I got stuck with UnO development, due to...
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    FCB1010 with uno question

    Sorry if I confused you, Joe. With "NO message is sent" I indeed meant: no MIDI message is sent, so the stompbox status will not be resent over MIDI. No, that's not possible. At the time when UnO features were being gathered, this didn't seem to be a desired feature. But I agree I have seen the...
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    FCB1010 with uno question

    Here's how I programmed it in UnO : when switching patches while in "stompbox mode" - the "ON" message is sent for all stompboxes which are defined as "ON" for that patch - the "OFF" message is sent for all stompboxes which are defined as "OFF" for that patch - NO message is sent for all...
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    Gordius Little Giant tuner question

    Thanks, Godprobe. This is the part which I didn't find any documentation about. I wondered if it's possible for the user to define any CC for activating/deactivating the tuner (in order to use a MIDI footcontroller instead of the "Tuner" button on the rack)
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    Gordius Little Giant tuner question

    Actually, I had (mis)understood that the original question was about the ability to control the tuner from the floorboard. For that topic, I referred to this forum, because I couldn't find any MIDI implementation details of the AxeFX in its manual, nor on the AxeFX wiki. Could someone point me...
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    MFC 101 - Price? European availability

    Yeah, and add to that those crazy shipping costs... UPS charges over 200 Euros to ship a floorboard from "Europe mainland" to Iceland! (I know, because Mugison uses an LG-X for his amazing live shows ! 8-) )
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    Yet another thread pitting controller versus controller.

    - "phantom powering" the LG is possible if you use following cable : http://www.rocketmusic.net/cgi-bin/comm ... n&key=2527 - since Tuner support seems to be a hot topic over here, I guess the LG will support it as soon as the necessary info to do so is published. At that moment, we might also...
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    MFC101 pics!!!

    Interesting. Just yesterday I talked to an LG-M (Little Giant Module) user, he has a PodXT Live for his guitar plus an FCB1010 & LG-M to control a laptop and synths (right now the FCB also switches the PodXT patches). That's a large footprint, so I am planning to extend the LG-M firmware so that...
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    Noisy switches on new crop of advanced foot controllers?

    Yes, to get on topic again : I'm glad to hear most users are satisfied with the "silence" of the LG switches - at least that was the reason for me to choose for that type, after evaluating the Carling switches. But on the other hand, I personally don't dare to call those LG metal switches...
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    Noisy switches on new crop of advanced foot controllers?

    Hi Sebastian, every now and then there's a Gordius user drawing my attention to this forum. Didn't participate actively since the swap from setbb forum to the own hosted forum. New Gordius controller? That's news for me... ;) Here's the actual situation for the Gordius project : - started as...
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    Noisy switches on new crop of advanced foot controllers?

    Let's hope Cliff chose for another type of switch, because this is what someone else posted here, as an extract from a LiquidFoot email : "We are awaiting the date from the factory for the switches. Carling Switch Co. is making them for me. Due to the demand on the liquid-foot, I had bought the...
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