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Is This Possible

jw3571

Inspired
I've been using my MFCand switching presets via the banks. I have a lot of patches that I've put different scenes in the patches. Can I assign a button on the MFC to switch through the scenes?
 

Hubertus

Power User
I've been using my MFCand switching presets via the banks. I have a lot of patches that I've put different scenes in the patches. Can I assign a button on the MFC to switch through the scenes?
This is available as Axe-FX Function on the MFC (see bottom right)
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unix-guy

Legend!
You are looking for either Scene (to select a specific scene, 1 per button) or Scene Increment/Decrement to "scroll" sequentially through scenes.

I have not used the increment/decrement method before, so I don't know if they "wrap" or not.

As far as setting the MFC, I've only used MFC-EDIT to do that setup in recent time so I can't guide you in the manual steps...
 

OmegaZero

Inspired
Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't the IAs under Reveal assigned to trigger scenes 1-5 by default on the MFC? jw3571 - if you hit reveal and then hit the 1-5 switches they may do what you want.
 

unix-guy

Legend!
Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't the IAs under Reveal assigned to trigger scenes 1-5 by default on the MFC? jw3571 - if you hit reveal and then hit the 1-5 switches they may do what you want.
That is correct... But some people don't like switching to Reveal mode during a live performance :)
 
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