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Old 11-17-2015, 01:05 AM
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Default EZMIDI Midi In CC messages

Hi, does the EZMIDI accept CC messages at it's Midi IN terminals?

Specifically I want to use the EZMIDI as a Midi Foot Controller for a Looperlative LP1 Loop Pedal - and I want to plug in a separate midi controller that uses rotary pots (Evolution UC-16) to control volume and panning functions of individual tracks on the LP1.

So I would plug the UC-16 into the Midi IN jack of the EZMIDI and then the Midi OUT jack of the EZMIDI into the Looperlative - assuming the EZMIDI will merge it's own footswitch generated PC messages with the UC-16's CC messages and send both to the Looperaltive LP1.

Make sense?
Thanks for your time.
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Old 11-19-2015, 02:52 PM
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Hi, does the EZMIDI accept CC messages at it's Midi IN terminals?

Specifically I want to use the EZMIDI as a Midi Foot Controller for a Looperlative LP1 Loop Pedal - and I want to plug in a separate midi controller that uses rotary pots (Evolution UC-16) to control volume and panning functions of individual tracks on the LP1.

So I would plug the UC-16 into the Midi IN jack of the EZMIDI and then the Midi OUT jack of the EZMIDI into the Looperlative - assuming the EZMIDI will merge it's own footswitch generated PC messages with the UC-16's CC messages and send both to the Looperaltive LP1.

Make sense?
Thanks for your time.
The EZMIDI is more-or-less discontinued at this point. However, the MIDI CPU will work just fine for what you are describing.

The MIDI CPU will combine the MIDI signal from the pots and combine it with its own locally-generated MIDI signal. The merged signals appear on the MIDI CPU MIDI Out port.

I hope that helps.

http://midicpu.com
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