Where can I get a MidiVerb 4's MIDI controller routing and assignable footswitch ?

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Patrick Calhoun

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Chris D, Employee

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Hello Patrick,

Thanks for the post. I'd like to help. On the rear panel you will find a footswitch jack labeled FOOTSWITCH. This footswitch has three functions, which can be selected using the [UTIL] button:

• An program advance function (Advance)
• An effects bypass function (Bypass)
• A tap tempo control for Delay effects (Control)

To set the FOOTSWITCH jack’s mode:

➀ Press [UTIL].
➁ Press the [EDIT/PAGE] button until page 1 is selected.
➂ Press [B] to select the Footswitch parameter and turn the [VALUE] knob to select either Advance mode (Adv), Bypass mode (bYP) or Control mode (ctL).

Any momentary single-pole/single-throw footswitch, normally open or normally closed, will work for the three footswitch functions. Search online or at your local electronics dealer for this pedal. This should be plugged in prior to power-up so that the MidiVerb 4 can configure itself for the type of footswitch being used.
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Patrick Calhoun

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Thank you!