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#37459 - 11/29/10 11:07 AM Midi bass pedal for Audya
Sandi Offline
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Registered: 04/12/10
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Does anyone have it on audya?
Does it work on Audya?
I can find it in the manual so I ask.
If someone have it does the Audya need some settings to do or is just plug and play sistem?
Thanks guys!

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#37460 - 11/29/10 02:05 PM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Tonewheeldude Offline
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#37461 - 11/30/10 09:46 AM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Sandi Offline
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Thanks Tonewheeldude.
Can I simpy play the accordion and use the bass pedal for all arrangements? Or the pedal can just play the bass.
I play the accordion and I would like to change the chords with the legs. Can I do this with the pedal?
Thanks!

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#37462 - 11/30/10 01:37 PM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Rusty 999 Offline
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Registered: 04/24/10
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Yes guys, you can change the notes by using a 13 note midi pedal board.
There is one made by ketron but not reliable in my experience and breaks down frequently

I use the Roland PK5 and have never had a single problem in 5 yrs with it. Its sturdy unlike the ketron and is well manufactured.
I also dont have to buy the extra pedals for to trigger Minor keys --the Korg has it all built in - thus eliminating annoying cables and footswitches.

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#37463 - 12/01/10 01:12 AM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Sandi Offline
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Do you use this Roland pedal on Ketron?

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#37464 - 12/01/10 08:17 AM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Rusty 999 Offline
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Yes Sandi , I have it about 5 yrs and i highly recommend it. Its sturdy and well made, but also has more options than the ketron pedal.
I went through 3 of the 13 note solton/ketron pedals before discovering the PK5 .
Just my own experience but life was too short for taking the ketron pedal to be repaired ever few months.

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#37465 - 12/01/10 08:19 AM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Rusty 999 Offline
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Quote:
Originally posted by Rusty 999:
Yes guys, you can change the notes by using a 13 note midi pedal board.
There is one made by ketron but not reliable in my experience and breaks down frequently

I use the Roland PK5 and have never had a single problem in 5 yrs with it. Its sturdy unlike the ketron and is well manufactured.
I also dont have to buy the extra pedals for to trigger Minor keys --the Korg has it all built in - thus eliminating annoying cables and footswitches.


Ooops -I mentioned korg above instead of Roland
its a Roland Pk5

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#37466 - 12/01/10 08:32 AM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Tonewheeldude Offline
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Hammond XPK100 is another option, it is current but has been in production for some years so they can be found second hand. It the best built pedal board on the market.

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#37467 - 12/01/10 09:37 AM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Sandi Offline
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Thanks Rusty999 for the information.
I also wan't to know if the Roland PK5 have 2 cables,one midi and one footswitch or?
How do I connect the footswith to work on Audya?Or It's the same like Ketron Fs6 fotswitch pedal?

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#37468 - 12/02/10 03:26 AM Re: Midi bass pedal for Audya
Rusty 999 Offline
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Registered: 04/24/10
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Loc: Ireland
Quote:
Originally posted by Sandi:
Thanks Rusty999 for the information.
I also wan't to know if the Roland PK5 have 2 cables,one midi and one footswitch or?
How do I connect the footswith to work on Audya?Or It's the same like Ketron Fs6 fotswitch pedal?


No, its the same as this one Sandi
http://www4.dealtime.com/Ketron-Ketron-9PEMK8-13-Note-MIDI-Pedal-Board-9PEMK8/info

One midi cable to your midi [IN to keyboard] on the audya

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