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Old 08-22-2006, 02:07 AM   #21
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I use midi controlers myself. I know the drill. Which is why it amazes me that he needs a setlist but not a patchlist. Because there will be an aweful lot patching going on during the show, including bank up/down. I'm in a Radiohead coverband and for one song I have to literally tapdance between several patches/banks in the space of mere seconds. If I take the moment to really get in the mood of the song I could end up selecting the wrong patch. So I don't really need a setlist, but my patchlist lies next to the controller for sure.

i guess it would be difficult if you had to turn a bunch of different stuff on and off at different times. but, say Edge has one song as a bank, and say 4 patches in that bank, can't he put the patches in a linear way, so that everytime he switches patches during that one song, all he has to do is go down? some of the patches might be repeats, but as long as you're going in one direction. . .
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Old 08-22-2006, 01:17 PM   #23
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i guess it would be difficult if you had to turn a bunch of different stuff on and off at different times. but, say Edge has one song as a bank, and say 4 patches in that bank, can't he put the patches in a linear way, so that everytime he switches patches during that one song, all he has to do is go down? some of the patches might be repeats, but as long as you're going in one direction. . .
Could be. Maybe that explains why the setlists are so static.

Bono: Edge, what do you think? How about Gloria tonight?

Edge: No can do, B.! It would screw up my patches. Let's do something accoustic instead, that can go over the PA instead.

Larry: (shakes head and thanks the Lord he only has to contend with simple drums)

Adam: hey, another spoon for my collection!
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does anyone have the video of that show?
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Old 08-22-2006, 06:57 PM   #25
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I'm going to check in the other forum..
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Old 09-03-2006, 05:23 PM   #26
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another clearly example of this is Fly Boston version, were you can hear a backing sampler with a phase and a voice that says loveeeee, all this is swiched by edge with those white pedals.
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What white pedals?
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the 'mystery pedals'
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Oh ok!
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