Does the Control Hub work with momentary or latching foot switches?

Does the control hub work with momentary or latching footswitches?
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  • Hi Ron,

    I would like to help.

    The Control Hub accepts a standard 1/4" TS or 1/4" TRS dual button foot switch. 

    If you are using a single-button foot switch, pressing the foot switch for the first time sends a value of "127" for CC #14 over Channel 1. Pressing the foot switch for the second time sends a value of "0" for CC #14 over Channel 1.

    If you are using the first button of a dual-button foot switch, pressing the first button for the first time sends a value of "127" for CC #15 over Channel 1.

    If you are using the second button of a dual-button foot switch, pressing the second button for the first time sends a value of "127" for CC #14 over Channel 1. Pressing the second button for the second time sends a value of "0" for CC #14 over Channel 1.

    You can review this FAQ for more information.
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  • Thank you for your reply. However, this does not clarify whether the unit is designed for momentary (sustain pedal type) or latching (makes a click when tapped) type footswitch.
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  • Hi Ron,

    The Control Hub is designed for use with a latching-type footswitch.

    For further questions or support, please contact your nearest Alesis Support Office. Their contact numbers are posted there.
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