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Dave (drdashdot)

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Older videos (- slightly outdated but still applicable)
« on: July 14, 2018, 12:46:03 AM »
Here, I'll put up links to older videos showing demos of previous firmware versions, starting with the early 2017 pre-production prototype overview.

In general, anything shown in these videos also applies to the latest (May 2018) version.  The latest version does lots more than is shown here!  This will be documented bit by bit in the ZPI Overview videos. 

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Re: Old videos
« Reply #1 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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Re: Old (or slightly outdated) videos
« Reply #2 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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Re: Old (or slightly outdated) videos
« Reply #3 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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Re: Old (or slightly outdated) videos
« Reply #4 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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Re: Older (slightly outdated) videos
« Reply #5 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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Re: Older (slightly outdated) videos
« Reply #6 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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Re: Older (slightly outdated) videos
« Reply #7 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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