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Author Topic: Pot trimmer for your pedalboard  (Read 2334 times)

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vansinn

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Pot trimmer for your pedalboard
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This is one of the :crazy: 'est MIDI things I've come across!
A MIDI device with gears and steppermotors to turn knobs on pedals:



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Re: Pot trimmer for your pedalboard
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Wow...that's nuts. They are not very instantaneous, either...takes a full second for the pot to stop turning... useless

vansinn

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Re: Pot trimmer for your pedalboard
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Yeah, but you can't say some people ain't inventive..  :lol:

On the other hand, when used right, the slow turning could be used for a smooooth blending action  :dunno:

Oh well..
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Re: Pot trimmer for your pedalboard
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If I remember correctly, there was a Soldano Midi Preamp that had motorized pots.
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Re: Pot trimmer for your pedalboard
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If I remember correctly, there was a Soldano Midi Preamp that had motorized pots.
Yup, the Soldano/Caswell X99. The Yamaha DG1000 has the same motorized pots
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