[linux-audio-user] Digitech (DoD) RP-10 and Midi controlers...

Russell Hanaghan hanaghan at starband.net
Fri Mar 5 16:58:47 EST 2004

On Fri, 2004-03-05 at 13:27, Steve Harris wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 01:00:36 -0800, Russell Hanaghan wrote:
> > Has anyone ever owned a Digitech RP-10 (Guitar multi fx pedal)and have
> > some explicit info on the midi stuff within?
> > 
> > I'm trying to use the midi controllers on the RP-10 to control AMS
> > reverb and delay modules that run on my PA. I want to be able to simply
> > switch off reverb / delays between songs when I'm speaking on the mic. 
> > 
> > I can get the volume pedal on the board to show as a continuous
> > controller and it pops up in the parameter window in AMS. But the switch
> > pedals, although assignable to midi, dont seem to show. The manual fro
> > the RP-10 states that the midi transmitted data will be from the pedal
> > on Ch 1 and that the other data it sends is "program change" data. That
> > is when you switch from one bank on the pedal to another. But it is not
> > recognized in AMS as is the CC pedal. 
> Its noramlly used to switch between patches on synths. I have a midi
> pedalboard that sends those too, I dont think many synths will use them
> for control. It should be possible use a converter to turn them into CC's
> or notes.


Can you think of an implementation that I could use in AMS to do this
with the "patch change" data being transmitted? Can I set up different
patches in AMS, duplicate reverbs for instance, say one "on" and one
"off" and change between them with the data already being streamed from
the pedal?

> - Steve 

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