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Rotary Brake Control

Poparad

Experienced
I've been playing around with the rotary effect and one feature that's missing that I love about the Boss rotary sim pedal is the "brake" feature, where, just like on a real leslie, you can put the brakes on the motor and stop the speakers from spinning. I'd love to be able to have this feature and control it with an external footswitch.
 

sprint

Power User
Attaching "Rate" to a modifier / controller might simulate that requirement to some extent.
 

Poparad

Experienced
I'd like to have it independent. I have an external expression pedal for rate (which I have a 'slow' and 'fast' setting to sweep between), and I have a footswitch positioned right above it that would act for an immediate brake, which would take it lower than my 'slow' setting would normally go.

I can certainly manage without it, but it seems like it would be a pretty easy thing to add.
 

Poparad

Experienced
Thanks! I can't that I entirely follow what's going on there, but I'll give it a try. By comparison, it still would be simpler, though, just to have a brake controller.
 
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