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Old 23-01-2009, 12:43 PM   #346
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are there any videos of matt using the kaoss pad for whammy control? (ive seen the midi strip in use)
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Old 23-01-2009, 12:46 PM   #347
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are there any videos of matt using the kaoss pad for whammy control? (ive seen the midi strip in use)
Matt has never used the xy to control a whammy, well not that I know of anyway.
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Old 23-01-2009, 08:37 PM   #348
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so basically, its pointless?
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Old 23-01-2009, 08:45 PM   #349
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so basically, its pointless?
The XY pad? no, it controls a Korg Kaoss Pad. What is pointless?
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Old 23-01-2009, 09:20 PM   #350
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There are quite a lot of effects pedals out now having midi in capability.
You can use an XY pad to control these on the fly. e.g. an effect pedal may have gain /compression knobs etc.that are controllable by midi (I dont know this for sure, but dont see why not!)

Anyways. I have almost finished doing a complete revamp of my midi project. My old circuit / code was a bit rough around the edges, bad touch pad resolution and not very energy efficient. Essentially the touch pad was sucking current in a constant "pad on" state. Now I have the pad acting as a switch before its touched, so it is only driven when needed, and the circuit can hibernate when its not.

Also I have made up an automatic pad callibration code when you switch the thing on, so you can use any size pad without having to reconfigure it (e.g. nintendo DS pads / other manufacturer pads)

Also also, I have got a rotary encoder to work for program change (a clicky rotating switch). The one I have has the same shaft size as a standard CTS POT, so will fit knobs to match current volume / tone etc.

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Old 24-01-2009, 03:55 AM   #352
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i meant that matt's pad is useless. he only uses it in invincible and kaoss jam

also, gazlang, you really are an amazing person. thank you.
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Old 24-01-2009, 10:39 AM   #353
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i meant that matt's pad is useless. he only uses it in invincible and kaoss jam
my god, there's nothing getting past you is there!



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yes, we're quite aware of that round these parts.
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Old 24-01-2009, 11:47 AM   #354
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There are quite a lot of effects pedals out now having midi in capability.
You can use an XY pad to control these on the fly. e.g. an effect pedal may have gain /compression knobs etc.that are controllable by midi (I dont know this for sure, but dont see why not!)

Anyways. I have almost finished doing a complete revamp of my midi project. My old circuit / code was a bit rough around the edges, bad touch pad resolution and not very energy efficient. Essentially the touch pad was sucking current in a constant "pad on" state. Now I have the pad acting as a switch before its touched, so it is only driven when needed, and the circuit can hibernate when its not.

Also I have made up an automatic pad callibration code when you switch the thing on, so you can use any size pad without having to reconfigure it (e.g. nintendo DS pads / other manufacturer pads)

Also also, I have got a rotary encoder to work for program change (a clicky rotating switch). The one I have has the same shaft size as a standard CTS POT, so will fit knobs to match current volume / tone etc.

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Old 24-01-2009, 12:49 PM   #355
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so basically, its pointless?
No.

Shockhorror, he has a life out of muse. He could use the kaoss pad at home for lots of gaylulz.
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Old 24-01-2009, 09:30 PM   #356
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i doubt he does. he has better things to do.
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Old 24-01-2009, 09:31 PM   #357
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i doubt he does. he has better things to do.
You seem to forget he's a musician. I can think of a lot of professional musicians that have stuff that they don't use live, or even in a recording studio. I reckon he probably does do more then we know with it outside of Muse time. We'll wait and see when we all hear the new album.
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Old 24-01-2009, 09:37 PM   #359
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nah, i remember hes a musician, but if you can afford it, there are so many more cool instruments out there
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nah, i remember hes a musician, but if you can afford it, there are so many more cool instruments out there
The Kaoss pad isn't and instrument either. You're being plain retarded now.
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