Gear Aquisition Syndrome is a serious disorder.... FX etc

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#752397
Kris wrote:the ES series switchers do though right?


Nope
#752399
sirvill wrote:Hey Matt, do you know much about the "Live Set" functionality in the editor?

Its confused me a bit, as when you drag the patches into the set they're now no longer named after which slot (ie 1-2, 2-4 etc) but now just numbered from 1 to whatever. How should I use this function?


I understand the confusion, but that's kinda just the way it is. The numbers in the Liveset editor relate to the Program Change (PC) numbers as opposed to the Bank/Patch layout.

I guess the easiest way to deal with it would be to type yourself up a quick reference chart in MS Excel or something:

PC # >> Bank/Patch

1 >> 1-1
2 >> 1-2
3 >> 1-3
4 >> 1-4
5 >> 2-1
6 >> 2-2
7 >> 2-3
etc....
#752401
handsoffmatt wrote:
GrantB wrote:
handsoffmatt wrote:


Nope.


Good idea though huh!


Mmmmm. Depends. A lot of people are attracted by the size of the MS-3. DC outlets would make it appreciably larger.

The PSB power supply that ships with the MS3 is capable of running MANY pedals - so a daisy chain would be all you need...


Bloody logic and science ruins everything :winky:
#754529
It's amazing how long midi has persevered without being replaced, the standard is almost 35 years old!
#754555
sirvill wrote:Hey Maaaaatt.... Just saw a demo video for the GT-1B and there are all sorts of bass synths and stuff in there. Any chance some of these might come to the MS-3 in a future update?


Well - nothing's impossible. A huge amount of the GT-1B is already contained within the MS-3.
#754559
handsoffmatt wrote:
sirvill wrote:Hey Maaaaatt.... Just saw a demo video for the GT-1B and there are all sorts of bass synths and stuff in there. Any chance some of these might come to the MS-3 in a future update?


Well - nothing's impossible. A huge amount of the GT-1B is already contained within the MS-3.


Cool... just wondering if new/additional effects (bass or otherwise) are part of the product roadmap.

And yeah the only hole really is the filters/synths, everything else bass wise is there I think.
#754561
sirvill wrote:
handsoffmatt wrote:
sirvill wrote:Hey Maaaaatt.... Just saw a demo video for the GT-1B and there are all sorts of bass synths and stuff in there. Any chance some of these might come to the MS-3 in a future update?


Well - nothing's impossible. A huge amount of the GT-1B is already contained within the MS-3.


Cool... just wondering if new/additional effects (bass or otherwise) are part of the product roadmap.

And yeah the only hole really is the filters/synths, everything else bass wise is there I think.


We pretty much never disclose our product roadmap. Our company style is usually not to discuss stuff before it happens (with a few exceptions)

There are some fun bass filters in the MS-3 in the BASS T.WAH section
#758730
Hello
1st time caller here, any help gratefully received.

Am using an Ernie Ball VP Jnr 25K Ohm pedal as expression pedal with my newly acquired MS-3.
The volume swell from 0 - full seems to be occurring in the last 20% of the pedal's travel.

Is this the pedal or an internal setting within the unit ?

Will the MS-3 work best with a specific BOSS expression pedal ?

Thanks
#758731
Can confirm that it does work with the Boss ones, but might be able to work with yours.

I'd try fiddling with the settings - there is a setting to choose minimums and maximums for expression pedals so I'd have a fiddle with that, make sure you haven't changed a setting.
#758735
handsoffmatt wrote:
GrantB wrote:
handsoffmatt wrote:


Nope.


Good idea though huh!


Mmmmm. Depends. A lot of people are attracted by the size of the MS-3. DC outlets would make it appreciably larger.

The PSB power supply that ships with the MS3 is capable of running MANY pedals - so a daisy chain would be all you need...


Hi Matt

Please excuse my pedal power short-comings ;
So you're saying I can plug a 4 plug daisy chain onto the end of the MS-3 power supply and have it power three external overdrive pedals and the MS-3 with no issues ??

Cheers
SB
#758736
sirvill wrote:Can confirm that it does work with the Boss ones, but might be able to work with yours.

I'd try fiddling with the settings - there is a setting to choose minimums and maximums for expression pedals so I'd have a fiddle with that, make sure you haven't changed a setting.


Thanks Sirvill

Discovered by changing "Curve" to "Fast" on page 2 of FV edit page it gives me the volume swell I'm after :)
What a powerful little beast this thing is !!

SB