Wabbit Wanch Design

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 10:32 pm 

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Behringer FCB1010
TC Electronics G Major 2 (3 units, 1 for each amp)
Marshall JVM410H
Marshall 2555 (actually I built it using a kit and modified it to run KT88s instead of EL34s)
EVH 5150 III

So with the list of equipment above I'm trying to achieve something simple but want to confirm that it's possible.

I would like to have buttons 1 through 5 call up patches and buttons 6-10 turn the effects within the patches on and off and provide a tap tempo button. At the same time control the channel and settings on the Marshall JVM, the EVH and the Marshall 2555.

The G Majors are all configured to listen on MIDI channel 1
I would configure the JVM to listen on MIDI channel 2
There is a adapter to use midi to control the EVH which would be on MIDI channel 3
The 2555 which uses a foot switch (the original only controlled the channel however I modified it so that both the channel and the rhythm
clip circuit can be controlled bay a foot switch) would be controlled by the 2 relays in the FCB.

I'm not concerned with losing the ability to address presets 6-10 (0) because with 10 banks I still have 50 presets remaining. I have expression pedal A controlling the master output volume and pedal B as Mod 1 which I would use to vary whatever parameter within the preset as needed.

So the question is, If I use FCB Bridge can I achieve the kind of control I describe above? I just want to confirm before I buy that software.


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