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    Hey all –
    I’m thinking about buying a 95000 for live looping but I’d like to use a MIDI foot controller such as a Behringer FCB1010, while keeping the looper itself within arm’s reach.

    Is anyone doing this? Any tips? Also, and very important – can you set up the foot controller to mute individual loops by sending cc instructions via MIDI?

    Thanks for your help!


    I am very interest in this subject as well. I would like to know if it is possible to assign the cc3 controls to the nobs and buttons on a midi control keyboard (I have the behringer x u controller) it says on the 95000 manual that midi cc3 control numbers 120-125 mute/unmute tracks 1-6. That would improve my work flow so much. Any insight? Thank you very much


    I am using the fcb1010 with my 95000. The 95000 has a very good midi implementation. The only problem I am having right now, is not all of the cc are correctly labeled in the chart. The pc had to have a 1 added to the numbers. It also took me about an hour to figure out the terminology for the fcb1010. Of course the windows programmer would not recognize the midi port on the computer.

    I really like having a foot controller. I think the 95000 makes a better tabletop unit. I plan on using it live for the first time on Thursday.


    Hello all. I reread your posts. I do not have actual experience doing the functions you both want done.

    It has been my experience that all of the functions listed in the midi spec might not work with the numbers listed. Sometimes I have to do some experimenting and send different numbers. Some controllers start there numbers at 000 and some like the fcb1010 start with 001.

    If the midi spec says it will do a specific function, most likely it will do it.

    A large hurdle to overcome for me was learning how to program the fcb1010. That would have been the same with any midi controller.

    I hope this helps.

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