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Started by Elantric, May 11, 2016, 10:47:10 AM
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Quote from: Elantric on May 12, 2016, 10:42:45 AMI'll post a review upon arrival
QuoteCon: The inly thing I don't like is that the buttons are too close together. It is easy to hit two buttons at the same time, and this puts it into edit mode. If it happens at a gig, the fastest fix is to unplug the USB (which supplies the power) and plug it back in, rebooting the pedal.
Quote from: Elantric on May 11, 2016, 10:47:10 AMhttp://www.morningstarfx.com/The MC6 was designed to have fully programmable Midi functionalities in a compact size. 30 available banks will give you more than enough space to store all the presets you need. With 6 presets per bank, and each preset capable of sending up to 8 different messages, the MC6 is capable of handling any rig put before it. For each message, select from more than 15 different types for each message and customise each preset the way it suites you best. Choose from standard Midi messages, toggle between different messages or even send different messages depending on how you use the switches...and this is barely the full list of options you can choose from.Connect an expression pedal into the Expression Inputs to have variable control over CC Values, or add up to 6 additional presets in each bank by connecting external aux controllers instead, or one of each if you need them both!The USB Midi functions will give you simultaneous control over your computer Midi applications.Technical SpecificationsEnclosure Size: 145mm x 95mm x 45mmPower: 9-12V DC Center Negative, USB, or 9-12V AC/DC via Midi Pins 6 & 7 (Phantom Power)Switches: 6 x Soft Touch SwitchesMidi Ports: 1 x Midi Send, 1 x Midi Receive/ThruExpression Inputs: 2Number of Switches: 6MorningStar MC6 manualhttp://www.morningstarfx.com/#!support/xp3nrMorningStar MC6 MIDI Editorhttp://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/a-few-amplifire-questions-for-you.1702336/#post-21922386tyzjames wrote>The MC6 has 2 expression inputs, each of which can accept either a 3 switch aux controller or an expression pedal.Each preset can send up to 8 different midi messages, and with the new firmware, each preset can be split into two parts. You can send the first part on switch release, and the second part when the switch is held down. Essentially, that's having two different presets in one switch.Here's how I have mine set up :EDIT: Just to add, the controller on the right is a simple T, R, T+R aux controller (2 of them in the enclosure), wired with a toggle switch to switch between the expression knobs and the switches.