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  • pog2 mods?

    is it possible to switch the presets back and forth?

  • #2
    That would be a software thing. I don't think you'll find a mod to do that unless they somehow interface with the white knob to fake the signal that occurs when it rotates counter-clockwise.
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    • #3
      if you can spare the preset slots you could just duplicate a few.
      1 sound A
      2 sound B
      3 sound A
      4 sound B
      5 sound C
      6 sound D
      7 sound E
      8 sound F

      i assume you are switching mid song?
      that portion of the POG2 gets into some crazy digital tomfoolery that i would fear messing with..
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      • #4
        program a microcontroller (such as PIC or AVR) and stick it on a tiny board inside and have it simulate the preset encoder being turned counter-clockwise. encoders communicate in pulses.

        that would be the easiest way.
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        • #5
          program a microcontroller (such as PIC or AVR) and stick it on a tiny board inside and have it simulate the preset encoder being turned counter-clockwise. encoders communicate in pulses.

          that would be the easiest way.


          And probably beyond the scope of most people's modding ability here. If for no other reason than that it involves writing code for the chip (and the hardware to put said code on a chip).
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          • #6
            Yeah, that's probably the worst thing about the POG2....when you hit the preset footswitch, it just goes to the next preset.

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            • #7
              And probably beyond the scope of most people's modding ability here. If for no other reason than that it involves writing code for the chip (and the hardware to put said code on a chip).


              yup, esactly. I dont know what would be harder, coding a chip or making a digital circuit out of gates and flip flops oldskool for the digital pulses.
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              • #8
                A/B/A/B/A/B/A/B sounds like the only real option to me, I'd only need 2 presets but it still sucks :s
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