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Studiologic MP-113 Dynamic MIDI Foot Controller Pedalboard  

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Overview
  • 13 velocity-sensitive pedals
  • Full wood tips offer a professional look
  • Full control over Program, Bank, Channel, and Transposition
Description & Specs
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    $699.95
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  • Your Price:
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Outstanding control and a pro look.

The Studiologic MP-113 is a 13-note pedalboard that lets you control any MIDI keyboard or module with your feet. It's also great as an onstage lighting controller or for driving an arranger module or keyboard while freeing up your hands for other tasks.

The MP-113 MIDI foot controller features 13 velocity-sensitive pedals with full wood tips for a professional look. It offers full professional control over Program, Bank, Channel, and Transposition.

Features
  • 13 velocity-sensitive pedals
  • Full wood tips offer a professional look
  • Full control over Program, Bank, Channel, and Transposition

Make the most of MIDI with this pro controller. Call or click to order now!

 
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StudiologicMP-113 Dynamic MIDI Foot Controller Pedalboard
 
4.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice pedals!

By RCK

from Chicago and Green Bay

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing
    • Professional Keyboard

    Comments about Studiologic MP-113 Dynamic MIDI Foot Controller Pedalboard:

    I've been playing professionally since 1972 - starting with organ and electric piano. Always liked using pedals on organ, but became problem when I got rid of the full organ. Had a one octave Multivox set which they no longer make. Had Elka DMP 18 for about 25 years - also, no longer made. These have proven to be a pretty good alternative after the Elka started going. I own 3 sets of the 17 key version which are no longer made - these are a little lighter construction than the Elka pedals but have been more than adequate for more than 4 years. I have them hooked up to Novation Bass Station or A-station and do most of the selections for octaves, sound from the modules rather than the pedals. Overall I've been very satisfied with these pedals - I'm sure the 13 key versions are similar quality.

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    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Works well

    By jeff tiongson

    from North Dakota

    Comments about Studiologic MP-113 Dynamic MIDI Foot Controller Pedalboard:

    Bought this to use with my band so the bass player and or I could add keyboard parts like strings and organ, ambient type effects. Unit is simple to setup and works well. The manual could be better but it works and seems sturdy enough.

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    (6 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

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    By SlappaDaBassMon2112

    from Canada, Ontario

    Comments about Studiologic MP-113 Dynamic MIDI Foot Controller Pedalboard:

    I haven't had these pedals long but they way I'd like to use them they're not very good. For all you RUSH fans out there Geddy Lee used the MOOG Taurus Bass Pedals and now supposedly the Roland PK-5A MIDI pedals to trigger his keyboard sounds and lines in their live shows. With these pedals (StudioLogic MP-113) Switching octaves is way to hard for anybody to do live while stading. Example... To switch an octave up you must first push and HOLD the TRANSPOSE button, while doing that you must some how manage to push the C# then D pedals to change the octave. Now trying to do all this while singing and playing bass such as myself is way hard to do. So to compensate I run these pedals through my KORG X50 synth for those of you who own one you can change the octave on the synth alot easier than on the pedals. I personaly would like to be able to switch octaves throughout one song. So if your looking to get these pedals to play RUSH type songs and want to switch octaves without struggle DO NOT BUY THESE PEDALS. Get the Roland PK-5A MIDI pedals. Or better yet, buy the all new MOOG Taurus 3 Bass Pedals I know there expensive but wow. What a set of pedals!

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    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Simple but it works

    By Hammondman-SEnIv

    from Jackson, MO

    Comments about Studiologic MP-113 Dynamic MIDI Foot Controller Pedalboard:

    I bought this mainly because I only needed it for my organ rig. All the others are so expensive but its because they're loaded with advanced features an organ player doesn't need. The only thing I have to do is select the midi channel I want it to transmit on, and I'm all set. 2 things that would make this pedalboard better would be a power switch and the ability to remember the changes you made before turning it off. But it takes like 10 seconds to select the transmit midi channel. Overall I really like this pedalboard. Just don't go throwing it off any balcony's and I think you'll be okay.

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