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  • pabogpabog

    Roland RMC1Published on 04/19/07 at 02:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    RRC converter noon (roland remote control) and function "Midi Mix"
    In making an RRC
    1 MIDI In
    2 MIDI Out
    Power supply 9 V type Boss

    This unit converts a RCA signal such as from a non-pedal type south of Roland FC 100 Mk II to a signal noon.

    I use it with a CF 100 and 2 expression pedals Roland EV-5 to control my various racks and amp noon (VF1 boss, roland gp16, Marshall 6100).

    Ability to configure the FC 100 with RMC 1 (Control Change, MIDI channel, mode). Midday mix function to merge the data in the south and RRC in to midi out 2.

    For such a case it's still full especially in light of his (came) "age".

    UTILIZATION

    Using super simple and clear programming inf…
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    RRC converter noon (roland remote control) and function "Midi Mix"
    In making an RRC
    1 MIDI In
    2 MIDI Out
    Power supply 9 V type Boss

    This unit converts a RCA signal such as from a non-pedal type south of Roland FC 100 Mk II to a signal noon.

    I use it with a CF 100 and 2 expression pedals Roland EV-5 to control my various racks and amp noon (VF1 boss, roland gp16, Marshall 6100).

    Ability to configure the FC 100 with RMC 1 (Control Change, MIDI channel, mode). Midday mix function to merge the data in the south and RRC in to midi out 2.

    For such a case it's still full especially in light of his (came) "age".

    UTILIZATION

    Using super simple and clear programming info in the manual FC 100 Mk II.

    I do not have the original manual. In Is there also a?

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have seen for a month but the simplicity of this case, I think this is enough to get an idea up correctly it works.

    I think it's a nice solution because the FC 100 is a pedal really solid and reliable, it helps to be able to use it as a pedalboard full noon. While that was two expression pedals and a pedal control but it good enough for me. Anyway, I think it's not a lot to lower fc 200 unless you want to add lots of footswitches.

    An alternative to consider if you have a fc 100 lying around and you do not want to budget for a 200 fc or a way to keep his fc 100 as backup in case of failure of a pedal noon.

    8 / 10 because I even bought qd € 50.
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