Currently trying to take advantage of the song list feature where each song part not only recalls a rackspace variation but also send program change to the fishman triple play so it can set the tracking, dynamic range, and pitch mode for each patch. Previously I had program changes sent from tripleplay TO gig performer but now I am trying to set it so Tripleplay receives program changes FROM gigperformer. I’ll need to change my preferences in gig performer to NOT received program changes from Tripleplay to prevent double program change traffic.
The advantage of the gig performer song list feature is that groups of patches for each song stay together, I eliminate the need for the Tripleplay software during performance, and the setlist is easily changed with drag and drop (not possible in triplplay hardware patches).
I’m also hopeful that if my triplplay bluetooth connection drops that it will recover faster in this hardware mode than it does with the software. Sometime after re-pairing the triple play, the program changes sent from triple play make it to the software but not out to gigperformer. So in theory the new setup will be more reliable.
I’ll also be able to use predictive loading in songlist mode so I reduce memory and test issues with the computer.
I wonder if others need to switch gig performer from receiving program changes to sending program changes when they move from rackspaces to song list mode?