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  • How do i set-up sansamp psa1.1 and voodoo lab ground contro system?

    How do I set-up this?

    I have the voodoo labs gcx and the ground control

    I use 1 to 6 channel to control 6 stomp boxes (on and off)

    And I'd like to control in channel 7. The Sansamp PSA.1.1
    And with the banks (up and down) scroll the sansamp presets.

    How do I configure my ground control to do this?

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    How do I set-up this?

    I have the voodoo labs gcx and the ground control

    I use 1 to 6 channel to control 6 stomp boxes (on and off)

    And I'd like to control in channel 7. The Sansamp PSA.1.1
    And with the banks (up and down) scroll the sansamp presets.

    How do I configure my ground control to do this?
    If I were you, I would not use Channel/Loop 7 to control the PSA.1.1, but would control it via MIDI.

    Connect a short MIDI cable from the GCX MIDI Out to the PSA.1.1 MIDI In.

    Configure the Ground Control so Device 1 is the GCX (on MIDI Channel 1) and Device 2 is the PSA.1.1 (on MIDI Channel 2). Make sure the GCX and PSA.1.1 are set to the correct MIDI Channels.

    If you're using an older model Ground Control set it to Bank4 mode. This will let you control GCX Loops 1 through 6 with the top row of buttons while accessing your PSA.1.1 presets with the 4 buttons on the bottom row. Use the Bank Up & Down buttons to change pre-set banks.

    If you're using a newer Ground Control Pro set it to 4 Presets/Bank mode. This will let you control GCX Loops 1 through 8 with the top two rows of buttons while accessing your PSA.1.1 presets with the 4 buttons on the bottom row. Again, use the Bank Up & Down buttons to change pre-set banks.

    Manuals for all of these units can be downloaded from their respective manufacturer's web sites, and instructions on how to set this up are contained therein.
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