MIDI From Standard Expression Pedals

New MIDI adapters let you use expression pedals and footswitches with your DAW or keyboard      16/04/19

MIDI From Standard Expression Pedals


Beat Bars have announced a pair of devices that convert standard expression pedals and footswitches into MIDI controllers. This is what they have to say about them...

EX2M - Expression pedal to MIDI adapter

The Expression pedal to MIDI adapter provides a seamless connection between the expression pedal and the computer.
It converts pedal movements to stream of MIDI messages via the USB port.
The adapter is intended for musicians who want to connect standard pedals directly to their computers to free their expression and use thousands of VST plug-ins by foot-controlled MIDI.

Guitarists: Why not to change the settings of your plug-ins in the Amp Simulator while playing using the expression pedal?
Now the wah-wah effect and any knob of a different effect will be within reach of your foot, in one pedal.

Keyboardists: You don’t have a pedal slot on your keyboard?
Now, thanks to the adapter, you can use the standard pedal to control expression (volume, modulation, or other parameters) and free your hands. You get one more place to work with effects!


FS2M - Footswitch to MIDI adapter

The Footswitch to MIDI adapter is a universal adapter that can be used to trigger MIDI events in real time using a standard footswitch.
The perfect tool to control your DAW in real time without using your hands.

Guitarists: Use the standard footswitch from your analogue amplifier and manage Amp Simulators plug-ins.
A simple way to switch VST effects, whole sets of sounds and of course On/Off for each effect in your DAW.

Keyboardists: Use the standard footswitch from your analogue amplifier and manage Amp Simulators plug-ins.
A simple way to switch VST effects, whole sets of sounds and of course On/Off for each effect in your DAW.

Pricing and Availability:
€59.90 each

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