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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: error loading webpage
« on: February 08, 2020, 01:53:36 AM »

Sorry for the delay everybody - I've been out of action for a little while.

The problem with accessing the patch exchange from zoomlib should be fixed.  As always, fixing one thing can break something else unexpectedly - please let me know if that happens...

Cheers
Dave

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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: ZoomLib v1.0.1 for Windows
« on: February 08, 2020, 01:52:57 AM »

Sorry for the delay everybody - I've been out of action for a little while.

The problem with accessing the patch exchange from zoomlib should be fixed.  As always, fixing one thing can break something else unexpectedly - please let me know if that happens...

Cheers
Dave

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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: ZoomLib v1.0.1 for Windows
« on: December 27, 2019, 03:45:12 AM »
I have managed to download the single patches such as the excellent Apache one, but I also have a complete set of the Art D'Echo patches for this pedal, designed to be opened with ZoomLib. But Zoomlib ALWAYS loads with the Zoom Patch exchange threads in the left-hand pane, and it never allows me to load the Art D'Echo patches using the Full Restore button. I had hoped to upload the patches individually, but I cannot do that until I can load them on the predal to split the information. Anyone help? Does ZoomLib exist as a stand-alone, or does it always have the Zoom patch exchange details in the l/h pane?

ZoomLib will work stand-alone.  To do what you want, copy the desired backup file to the ZoomLib backup data directory.
On windows, this is C:\\ZoomLib\
On a Mac, this is the ZoomLib subdirectory in your home directory.

Then when you press the full restore button in ZoomLib, the desired file should be available.

Cheers
Dave

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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: ZoomLib support for B1(X) FOUR?
« on: June 10, 2019, 08:39:15 PM »
Hi jima.  ZoomLib is unlikely to support these pedals in future.  I believe that ToneLib now does support them though, so you might like to check that out.

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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: Kindle
« on: November 16, 2018, 06:52:23 PM »

Hi Sid9170.  The ZoomLib software won't work with Android.  What hardware do you mean? 

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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: saving "favourite" patches for a show
« on: August 24, 2018, 05:36:24 PM »
From memory,  MS series pedals have a favourites function but the 1 series don't. 
Simplest option would be to group your 6 patches contiguously then just use the up/down footswitches to choose between them.  You can use ZoomLib to rearrange patches easily.  (This would mean you can't easily turn the currently viewed effect on/off.  That might not bother you.)
If you want to get fancy (and spend a bit more,) you could add a ZPI, which can have its footswitches allocated to any function you like: random (or sequential) patch selection, parameter changes, effect bypass, etc (or any combination of these.)  Also allows external expression pedal (or midi input) control of any parameter.  Plus more.  Check out the ZPI section of this forum for some information.  (There's more to come...)


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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: midi port not available
« on: August 23, 2018, 09:03:18 PM »

More information, please...

Have you tried starting program before connecting pedal?  Pedal before program?

What other programs are running?  (Try ctrl-alt-del then task manager.  What apps are running under the processes tab?)

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Does double clicking work?  That should load the new patch into the currently selected patch on the pedal.
Otherwise, be sure that you are not dropping onto white space - that will result in what you describe.


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ZPI Forum / Re: Older (slightly outdated) videos
« on: July 14, 2018, 04:47:19 AM »
ZPI footswitch programming - Part 3

Using a footswitch to change footswitch maps.

NOTE: You MUST update your ZPI firmware to version 170924 (or later) for this to work properly.

Sept 2017

Duration:  2:35


Note: Current (May 2018) firmware includes scene control, which is a more powerful (and easier!) way of changing footswitch maps.  The procedure shown here still works, but now might not be the best way.




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ZPI Forum / Re: Older (slightly outdated) videos
« on: July 14, 2018, 04:39:17 AM »
ZPI footswitch programming - Part 2

Footswitch programming example, number 2.  Control of individual effects in an effect chain.

Sept 2017

Duration:  1:55



Current (May 2018) firmware has a changed FS programming interface, allowing better LED control and long press (hold) function programming.





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ZPI Forum / Re: Older (slightly outdated) videos
« on: July 14, 2018, 04:28:59 AM »

ZPI footswitch programming - Part 1

Sept 2017

Duration:  5:20


A tutorial, part 1.  Basic footswitch programming, covering toggle switch controls and LEDs.

This (and the next two videos) show examples of footswitch programming using a previous firmware version.
Current (May 2018) firmware has improved programming options, including better LED control and long press (hold) function programming.




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ZPI Forum / Re: Old (or slightly outdated) videos
« on: July 14, 2018, 03:59:38 AM »
Zoom multi-Fx pedal USB MIDI controller – part 3 (of 3)

Dec 2016

Duration:  5:42

This part shows:
- footswitch programming from 0:04
- master tempo control from 1:33
- expression pedal function from 2:45
- MIDI input translation from 4:07

Improvements in the May 2018 version include:
- changed (better!) footswitch programming:  allowing press and release programming and press and hold function programming
- master tempo LED indication with tap tempo footswitch
- addition of more control options, including scenes




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ZPI Forum / Re: Old (or slightly outdated) videos
« on: July 14, 2018, 03:50:27 AM »
Zoom multi-Fx pedal USB MIDI controller – part 2 (of 3)

Dec 2016

Duration:  2:36

(The current (May 2018) firmware has many more control options.)




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ZPI Forum / Re: Old (or slightly outdated) videos
« on: July 14, 2018, 03:29:51 AM »
Zoom multi-Fx pedal USB MIDI controller (with interface to Android, iOS, PC)
Part 1 of 3

Dec 2016

Duration:  2:03

Everything in this video still applies to the current (May 2018) version.

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Prototype of the model available from January 2017.
[EDIT: release delayed until late Feb 2017.    For more details and updates, please follow facebook page       https://www.facebook.com/zoom.control/                                   ]

Controls multiple Zoom pedals - G3, G3X, B3, G5, MS-70CDR, MS-50G, MS-60B, G1on, B1on, G1Xon, B1Xon with wireless interface to android, iOS, Mac, Windows or Linux devices (or standalone using HDMI monitor plus mouse.)

Very flexible, very easy to use.  Unlocks the huge potential of these pedals:
controls multiple pedals
expression pedal control of any parameter
master tap tempo
MIDI input assignment/translation
flexible (& easy!)  footswitch programming
(footswitches can change patches, effects, parameter values, control tuner etc, etc in any combination)
etc, etc...




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ZPI Forum / Re: Old videos
« on: July 14, 2018, 03:20:27 AM »
 Zoom pedal controller - Production model preview

 Dec 2016

 Duration: 2m35s

 No sound (captions only)






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