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Introduction To MIDI For Guitar Pedals & How To Use It

In this video we delve into the near-limitless possibilities that MIDI brings to the guitar pedal world. It’s a big subject with a tremendous number of potential applications, so we start from the beginning and explain the three basic functionality benefits that MIDI offers to pedal users. They are PCM (patch/program change messages), CC (continuous control) and MIDI Clock. The upshot is that if you have MIDI-enabled pedals and some form of MIDI controller you can access a vast number of patch and parameter changes across multiple devices with one single footswitch press. Please note that this video is focussed on the kind of pedals we use – high quality stompboxes, preferably with as much analogue signal path as possible. Regular viewers will know that we’re not into digital multi FX, rack gear or digital modelling amps/processors. They can all benefit from MIDI control as well of course, but we don't deal with them here.

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To celebrate the incredible milestone of reaching 100,000 subscribers on YouTube, we put together this video explaining how That Pedal Show comes together.
We talk about filming, audio production, editing… it's a run through all that background shizzle so that you can see what goes on. The show you see each week has a team of four behind it: Mick & Dan, Simon who does the filming and editing, and Katherine (Mick’s wife) who takes care of all the TPS Store stuff and our finances. It’s a tremendous amount of work and we’re exceptionally lucky to have such awesome people helping us.

More than anything, we're lucky, grateful and immensely proud to have YOU LOT! 

Kind, like-minded guitar players who watch the shows, contribute to Patroen, buy T-shirts and pedals and, of course, watch the shows.

Huge thanks also goes to our exclusive preferred retailers: Andertons, Riff City and Pedal Empire – links below. 

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We have three preferred retail partners, Andertons for the UK/Europe, Riff City in the USA and Pedal Empire in Australia.  These guys are people we know and trust and they offer a great range of products and provide superb service.  If you're looking for that next effects pedal these guys can help!