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What we are going to do is to create an 8-band EQ/mixer, then hook it up to the button matrix of the Push. With a little tweaking, you should be able to use this information to access the buttons for almost any use you can image!
 
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Revision as of 06:30, 2 October 2013

So, to start off this October 2013 Push Development series, I start with a device that does something I like to call frequency mixing. I use frequency mixing a lot during live performance, taking a static track and using some interactive EQ tricks to create a more interesting mix out of a single loop.



What we are going to do is to create an 8-band EQ/mixer, then hook it up to the button matrix of the Push. With a little tweaking, you should be able to use this information to access the buttons for almost any use you can image!