Yes, I can see that. You can play and tweak at the same time, sweep the pedal until it sounds good, then set that/those setting/s at the value/s it/they ended up at.Really cool to smoothly sweep any "non-modifiable" amp parameter (or several parameters at a time) with an expression pedal to hear differences while playing. Much easier than using knobs on front panel or in AE.
Yes, I can see that. You can play and tweak at the same time, sweep the pedal until it sounds good, then set that/those setting/s at the value/s it/they ended up at.
A lot easier than going the Zaphod route and having a third arm surgically added....
No, but it sounds like you're trying to build the radio tuner from the HHG, where you wave your hand in the general direction of the radio and, once you finally find the station you want, have to remain annoyingly and uncomfortably still to keep it tuned in.
There was a "ring" you could wear for something like this. Don't remember if it was a generic controller or if it was a specific effect...
Try attaching a random LFO to the trim start and trim end! Here's a little sample including a random LFO assigned to reverse and half speed - it glitches in a few places where the min and max overlap but that's part of the fun IMO.
Or use a synth, arpeggiator and harmoniser to generate chords (see attached patch).