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  • gobogobo

    small but tough!

    Tech 21 Midi MousePublished on 06/22/12 at 00:18
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    Very simple pedal. 3 buttons, one to go up and down for a program, the third allows for breaks programs. Is pressed it blinks, it goes up or down programs and is pressed again, hop! Program jump!

    Ideal for those who just needs to call a midi program from time to time. I use a guitar amplifier with programmable zenamp HK.

    This is the smallest pedal noon trade (at least out in series). Very efficient battery. The screen turns off after a little while but the pedal is still functioning. Getting started very fast. difficult to get any easier.

    If you need a basic pedal, you're not playing for tap dancing and you have a small space ... The Midi Mouse is for you!

    Very solid, I do it ag…
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    Very simple pedal. 3 buttons, one to go up and down for a program, the third allows for breaks programs. Is pressed it blinks, it goes up or down programs and is pressed again, hop! Program jump!

    Ideal for those who just needs to call a midi program from time to time. I use a guitar amplifier with programmable zenamp HK.

    This is the smallest pedal noon trade (at least out in series). Very efficient battery. The screen turns off after a little while but the pedal is still functioning. Getting started very fast. difficult to get any easier.

    If you need a basic pedal, you're not playing for tap dancing and you have a small space ... The Midi Mouse is for you!

    Very solid, I do it again this choice easily.
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  • DomstratoDomstrato

    Very useful

    Tech 21 Midi MousePublished on 05/31/12 at 06:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for a few months.
    I connected via MIDI with my Nova System to change channels. Indeed my Nova System and to set the various switches that drive the effects, not channel changes.
    It became necessary for me to quickly switch from one channel to another. Thing done successfully with this MIDI controller.
    The search function of a channel is very convenient and efficient.
    A small downside is perhaps a little closer the position of the switches. Consider having the right shoe.
    Small, efficient and very helpful, that's for me a good summary.
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    I use it for a few months.
    I connected via MIDI with my Nova System to change channels. Indeed my Nova System and to set the various switches that drive the effects, not channel changes.
    It became necessary for me to quickly switch from one channel to another. Thing done successfully with this MIDI controller.
    The search function of a channel is very convenient and efficient.
    A small downside is perhaps a little closer the position of the switches. Consider having the right shoe.
    Small, efficient and very helpful, that's for me a good summary.
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  • Crapy-jrCrapy-jr

    Tech 21 Midi MousePublished on 12/15/05 at 05:56
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    Looking for a twelve o'clock pdalier compact, cheap and solid to drive my pr-amp I bought this little wonder,
    I use it since ending for 6 years
    point of view there is no use simple, robust switch 2 to cycle through the presets one by one, a switch to switch dfile quick search for a high-speed, powered by 9v battery or sector, a MIDI; op
    there's no stronger, no more pdalier plastoc noon, the box is a type without mtal amp, very sturdy display screen, great battery life as it automatically switches " Screen saver "in a few seconds,
    (Possibility of a phantom power supply but it's not super convenient because it is on cable 5 pin while most units of this possibility are Submitted on 7 p…
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    Looking for a twelve o'clock pdalier compact, cheap and solid to drive my pr-amp I bought this little wonder,
    I use it since ending for 6 years
    point of view there is no use simple, robust switch 2 to cycle through the presets one by one, a switch to switch dfile quick search for a high-speed, powered by 9v battery or sector, a MIDI; op
    there's no stronger, no more pdalier plastoc noon, the box is a type without mtal amp, very sturdy display screen, great battery life as it automatically switches " Screen saver "in a few seconds,
    (Possibility of a phantom power supply but it's not super convenient because it is on cable 5 pin while most units of this possibility are Submitted on 7 pin).
    its main strength is that it is very simple and is aimed those who want to change only programs without taking the head with a pdalier complex program that takes place in a monstrous p dalboard.
    the weak point is that there are only 2 to switch presets dfile must therefore be prvoyant by programming sounds on the unit target for not having to spend time jumping on the gear to go from one to another of his scne.
    The programming of the channel south of transmision trs is also simple, you press the two switches at the same time and choose the channel.
    trs RAPORT good quality price given the solidity of the whole, for basic use (it does not replace the prtention lexicon pdalier and other large programs that give the time and make the dca).
    If you're tired of your trainer pdalier of 4 kg to simply switch from one sound to another the Midi Mouse is for you.
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  • LoricAccordéonsLoricAccordéons

    Tech 21 Midi MousePublished on 05/03/07 at 09:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 2 years

    it is simple, robust, and it does not use the battery too quickly
    pourchanger program is ideal when you have taken the hands.
  • daito95daito95

    Tech 21 Midi MousePublished on 06/16/07 at 03:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hi all!
    I use this little magic box for a few weeks to control my JMP-1 as a footswitch.
    Before, I used a foot controller, imposing, and on which he was hold to move to the preset selected.
    Thanks to the twelve o'clock mouse, the next preset directly without going accout.
    The simplicity of the subject suits me perfectly: one branch is selected the channel and away you go!

    The (very) tiny least: when you unplug it is necessary to reselect the channel, but it's not bad!
    And if not, for the same price it was a great pedal! But be careful, I worked the pedals and I like the pedals and mutieffets ...

    I do it again this choice without hesitation, at least if you look for is a (ver…
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    Hi all!
    I use this little magic box for a few weeks to control my JMP-1 as a footswitch.
    Before, I used a foot controller, imposing, and on which he was hold to move to the preset selected.
    Thanks to the twelve o'clock mouse, the next preset directly without going accout.
    The simplicity of the subject suits me perfectly: one branch is selected the channel and away you go!

    The (very) tiny least: when you unplug it is necessary to reselect the channel, but it's not bad!
    And if not, for the same price it was a great pedal! But be careful, I worked the pedals and I like the pedals and mutieffets ...

    I do it again this choice without hesitation, at least if you look for is a (very) small pedal to change the preset, go ahead, you will not be disappointed!
    D.
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