#1
I know nothing about rack gear and I was just wondering, if I had just one rack delay (no other rack gear), would I still need a MIDI controller? Or could I just run it straight through and use an AB box to bypass the delay?
#2
I think you would need a midi controller of some sort, even if it was just a simple one to go through the patches.
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#3
Yuo could use an A/B to bypass the delay, but you'd need a midi controller if you wanted to access any of the rack's features (for example with an A/B you couldn't change patches or effects easily.)

It'd probably be better to just get a cheap midi controller with 2 buttons like the G-minor or something.

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#4
Quote by power freak
Yuo could use an A/B to bypass the delay, but you'd need a midi controller if you wanted to access any of the rack's features (for example with an A/B you couldn't change patches or effects easily.)

It'd probably be better to just get a cheap midi controller with 2 buttons like the G-minor or something.



How much is 'cheap' (roughly)?