FAQ

FAQ GP16 - GP8 - Intellifex - Pro Gap

Question 1: (GP16)

If I choose a patch in the editor for example A14, the GP16 does not show the same patch in the its display

but displays patch B15. What is wrong?

Answer 1

Take care that the intern patchmap of the GP16, which assigns the incomming program change numbers to the

intern patches of the GP16 are equal with the program changes sent from the editor. So 1-> 1, 2->2 and not

1->1, 2->4

Question 2: (GP16)

I can't edit the Patchname. I can't remove the characters.

Answer 2:

Go to Editor menu and choose "Effects group A". Click with left mouse button on the patchname.

and a dialog box opens. In that box you can remove the characters with the <BACKSPACE>.

Enter a new patchname and push the exit button.

Question 3: (GP8 and GP16)

Can I use an EV5 pedal with the  GP16 editor?

Answer 3:

You can use the pedal as a various controller (that’s of course nothing new).

How does it work?

Choose your patch in the editor. The patch will be seen on the display of the GP16. All you edit now will be placed in the temporary memory of the GP16, until you save it. Assign in the editor (Master) the EV5 pedal to a parameter, for instance the delay time.

Instead of controlling the values with the mouse in the editor, you can now control the chosen parameter (value) with the EV5. So you free up your hands, play the guitar, and change with a big foot continuous the chosen parameter till you are satisfied .

When satisfied, take your big foot carefully of the pedal, save (write ) the patch in the GP16, receive it back in the editor and you are done. Choose and assign the next parameter.

Question 4:  (all programs)

Can I use the GP8 program in Microsoft Windows (XP and Win7)?

Answer 4:

Yes you can ! However the editors are written for the Atariplatform you can use the editors and other Atari MIDIsoftware

in WinXP and Win7 by use of and installing the Atari emulator Steem !! Steem supports the in Windows installed Midi interface.

 

 

 

 

 

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