This is one where I think I can guess the answer, but just wondering if anyone can confirm for me...
I am playing a gig where I do left hand bass and right hand often assigned to an organ part.
I want to fade the organ in nice and slowly at times so I have assigned the volume to the superknob so that my foot controller then works as a volume control for the organ part.
I am not using a Yamaha foot controller/ expression pedal and with the budget pedal I have the fade in or fade outs aren't perfectly smooth - you can see the light on the superknob wobble as you advance around clockwise -, i.e. it's not a smooth light light going round, but will advance with little jumps backwards and forwards on the dial as you go round.
Previously I was doing the fade in just with the slider ( by hand) and it was much more controllable and smooth.
I have tried different curves, which doesn't seem to help so I am hoping if I buy the Yamaha expression pedal I will be able to get a beautifully smooth transition without any "jumpiness"?
Can anyone back up or has experience with the quality of this piece of hardware?
P.S. I am still getting to understand the relationship between superknob/ assignable knobs and superknob which seems to by default be connected to the foot controller 2.
I did see some videos / tutorials on this a while ago but having a bit of trouble finding them now. I believe there was one regarding the set upof the CFX + FM EP performance and the fade in/out controlled by the superknob/foot controller?