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Offline Bill Ruppert

MIDX-20 by Primova Sound a MUST have.
« on: August 13, 2017, 09:30:33 AM »
MIDX-20 by Primova Sound
I just received my MIDIX-20 from Robert Fransson in Sweden and could not be happier!
After recently going through midi hell trying to update the firmware on a new piece gear, I was fearing the same 1.5 hour struggle.

I loaded the MIDX-20 Assistant PC program V and with in 3.5 minutes I had the MIDX-20 completely set up and transmitting various CC numbers AND different pedal curves to my gear!
The processes was ridiculously fast and simple. This is how it is suppose to be!
The box is built beautiful and the documentation is as pro as it gets.  It is priced at what I would call a steal.
Again I could NOT be happier.
The possibilities I have now with a dual exp/sw pedal midi controller is a dream come true.
Thank you Primova Sound!
Bill Ruppert

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Re: MIDX-20 by Primova Sound a MUST have.
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2017, 02:20:28 PM »
The costumer support delivered by this one-man-show is beyond anything I've ever experienced. Quick bug fixes and functionality updates others would never have bothered to address/add. Robert is my new everyday gear hero. :)
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Re: MIDX-20 by Primova Sound a MUST have.
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2017, 03:32:50 AM »
Man this all sounds great and Robert (CodeSmart) is a blessing to this community I can tell. I've sent him an email order for hopefully my very own MIDX-20 and GKFX-1, and a couple of cables. I can't wait to get them. I wonder how long it will take to get them from Sweden to Texas, USA ?

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