Patch switching with a CP300


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Hi, I'm new to the forum and have a question.

With my Kurzweil PC2 I was able to switch patches with a switch/sustain pedal. I now have a Yamaha CP300, and after looking through the manual repeatedly I'm still in the dark about how to do it, or whether it's even possible. Anybody know about this?
 
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Hi, I'm new to the forum and have a question.

With my Kurzweil PC2 I was able to switch patches with a switch/sustain pedal. I now have a Yamaha CP300, and after looking through the manual repeatedly I'm still in the dark about how to do it, or whether it's even possible. Anybody know about this?
I have the same question. Did you find out if this is possible? Svenne
Hi, I'm new to the forum and have a question.

With my Kurzweil PC2 I was able to switch patches with a switch/sustain pedal. I now have a Yamaha CP300, and after looking through the manual repeatedly I'm still in the dark about how to do it, or whether it's even possible. Anybody know about this?
Hi Structo! Did you find out if this is possible? I have the same question... Svenne
 
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I never figured it out. I don't think it's possible, but could be wrong.
Thanks for responding to my 9-10 year-old post!
 
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Hey!!! Great! We are still going:) I searched for this and your post came up. I am trying to do it from MainStage; I will try to tell MainStage that the sostenuto pedal should shift the MainStage patch. I will tell you if I find out.
 
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Hi again Structo, this was a 4 seconds job. YES, it is possible, I assigned the pedal fram MainStage. Patches are changing.
 

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