Friday, August 22, 2014

My tryst with hacking a Zoom MS-70CDR

You feel like kicking yourself when you know you have a great piece of equipment, with the most amazing sounds but the usability is downright hard...KICK KICK KICK
I picked up the Zoom-MS70CDR and instantly fell in love with it.. the sheer size of it,  for that much amount of power is actually insane... it is so small that it snugly fits in to any small sized pedal board. But the only draw back of this device is the usability.. it is not very good to say the least..
I wrote to Zoom and asked them if they plan to change anything about the usability, I gave them some suggestions too, but they came back with ..

Dear Sir,
Thank you for your suggestion.

We do not want a price boost by the increase in functions and the chips for the converter. Anyway your opinion has been noted. We will forward your email to person in charge for future reference.
Sincerely yours,

ZOOM Corporation <<


I kinda felt.. okkkkkkkkkk... I understand..
Being the electronics freak, I wondered, can I hack this little unit...  :)  the mere thought brought a smile....
So began my tryst....
I first tried a bunch of things and then when I read their manual. it said something like the USB port can be used only for upgrading the firmware...I thought if there could be someway that the unit can respond to something.. I tried various things but then I found out it was responding to MIDI..ah .. Now things got a little interesting... I connected my laptop and started sending in MIDI messages to see, if they respond to something (the old hacking trick) and then it did.. I jumped off my seat... All I had to do was to see what MIDI signals to send to get the unit to do what I want...
The rest was pretty simple (at least to write it down.. :) )
I noted down what midi messages that I should send and then dusted off my trusty old Arduino...(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arduino), started coding and with some help from the giants in Arduino, MIDI and USB.. I was all set..

Some notable people that I want to acknowledge are (they  shared their libraries)
(Oleg Mazurov - www.CircuitsatHome.com)
(Yuuichi Akagawa -https://github.com/YuuichiAkagawa )
(Kristian Lauszus - http://blog.tkjelectronics.dk/)




Project details:
Description / goal
Control the patches in the 70 CDR via a foot controller.
In the 70 CDR if you have for e.g. 6 patches... you need to go from 1, 2, 3, .....6, 1...
What I wanted is have a foot controller with like 4 switches to choose 4 patches.. and one bank switch to choose between 2 banks (giving me 8 patch switching with 2 foot presses)
I also wanted to disengage a patch and make it bypassed if needed.

Rough idea
Have 4 N/O switches for patch selection (I have used some cheap switches that I get a hold off.. I am yet to get my metal switches.
Have 1 DPDT latching switch for bank select
Press the patch switch to enable the required patch and when pressed again, it should be in bypass mode. (like any other analogue pedal)
When choosing the patch, you check the bank switch and choose a patch based on that...
Have LED indicators to indicate whether you are on BANK A or BANK B and corresponding PATCH LED (ON- When engaged and OFF - When disengaged)

Components used:
1. Arduino UNO (had to pick up a new one - http://www.explorelabs.com/)
2. USB host shield (had to pick up new one - http://hacktronics.co.in/, the one that I bought from Bhashatech, did not quite work here)
3. All other hardware's like switches, LEDs, wires, connectors, etc

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jairo said...

Good job.
I have a zoom too.
Can you send me the schematic and code for arduino at : nobel1973@gmail.com
Thank you so much !!!

Justin Currynoodles Lee said...

Hi there, I'm looking to expand my Zoom ms70cdr's functionality we well. Could I have the schematic and source code sent to me? currynoodles@gmail.com thanks!

Mark Benton said...

Hi.

Would you send me the schematic and source code for the midi controller? I have a Zoom MS-70.

Cheers

Mark Benton said...

Sorry. My email is mrmarkb55@gmail.com for that schematic and code request.

Thanks

Fiq Fiko Basri said...

hello Lawrence, came across your youtube vid of the example of controlling the awesome zoom cdr-70. good job, never thought it could be done. Good Job!

Could you send me your sketch of doing the midi controller to fikofiq@gmail.com? Thanks!

sincerely,
fikofiq

perry navarro said...

code and schematic please?

bearcrayola@gmail.com

tysondude said...

That's excellent. I assume then that it's possible to send any kind of midi program change if you generate the code accordingly. Is that true?

gstephane14 said...

Hello from France,
Could you send me your schematic and code at : gstephane14@voila.fr

thanks and very good job

Liordino Neto said...

Hi! Very good job on this, congratulations!

I have a MS50-G and would like to try something like this on it... would you please send me the schematic and code for Arduino? My email is liordinoneto@gmail.com

Thanks in advance!

Bob said...

Hi Lawrence,

You read my mind regarding more control of the CDR and this is awesome! I'd love for you to share your schematic and source code if possible. Don't know if I can pull it off, but I'd sure like to give it a try.

Thanks!

Bob
denabob@aol.com

Brandon Li said...

Amazing! If you can share your code, please send it to me at brand0nli@yahoo.com

Lawrence Doss said...

I guess, I have replied to all.. if I have missed out someone please get back to me... I would love it if you can post some pics / other stuff that you guys did based on this...

Lawrence Doss said...

tysondude - You are right

perry navarro said...

I don't see the schematic anywhere, Lawrence :(

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AC_Slater said...

Schematic and code please?

Jamesbandyfuller@gmail.com

Liordino Neto said...

Hi Lawrence! Thanks for sending me the MIDI pedal schematics!

Oleg Barinov said...
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tysondude said...

Me too please!

Jamietyson@gmail.com

Brandon Li said...

Thanks for the code, Lawrence!

What other functions on the CDR have you tried to control via MIDI besides changing patches?

Can tap tempo be controlled via MIDI?

Brandon Li said...

Thanks for the code, Lawrence!

What other functions on the CDR have you tried to control via MIDI besides changing patches?

Can tap tempo be controlled via MIDI?

Lawrence Doss said...

Brandon, I started off with the tempo control via MIDI .. but that is on hold now and I am working on another project...

tysondude said...

Would someone mind sending me the files? jamietyson@gmail.com

Thanks!

perry navarro said...

I dont get it. No files? ;(

Lawrence replies but we never see schematics.

Omar Arach said...

Hello, such a good job!! It's what I need. Would you send me please the schematic and code for arduino at omargento@hotmail.com
I beg you. Otherwise tell me if you can build one and sell it to me, I'll paid you in advance, of course.
thanks in advance.
Omar

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hardrubbish said...

Oh Lawrence. You legend!
I've been hoping to find people looking around for ways to get deeper into the Zoom MS pedals. They're such great pedals.
And hopefully you get some time again to look more into tempo. I'm hoping to control tempo across several pedals at once. And perhaps even regardless of the menu/screen mode the pedals are in. Fingers crossed to you!

Kecco said...

Hi, you Made it! Is it still possible to have code and schematics? Email: francescobonomini@gmail.com
Thank you!

angel said...

Please the squeme
mail: 6jao22@gmail.com
Thank you

MatiasV said...

You are a genius!!
Please send me the schematic!
matias.vellanich@gmail.com
THX!!!

Tom Carlo Tan said...

Awesome build! I had my own experience building an interface for devices like these.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9KxFfTA1wo

I used a PIC Micro controller for my project, instead of an arduino board.

Can i ask what software you used to test out MIDI messages that work? Thanks!

Unknown said...

This is a really great mod for great expandabilities, can I have the schematic too? parker0229@yahoo.com
Thanks alot!

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Teijo Kostiainen said...

Thats brilliant! I would love to have the schematic and code, and would appreciate if you could send them to me to teijo.kostiainen@nic.fi

Music Man said...

Hi Lawrence
I have the Zoom MS70-CDR and like you I am frustrated by the lack of patch access flexibility. I think what have done is brilliant. Can you please send schematic and code to justamo485@gmail.com That would be great.

Gila said...

Hi Lawrence,
can you please send me the code and the schem for you midi controller? I also have a zoom ms70 and it's a great pedal.
my email is gilaguitaz(at)hotmail(dot)com

thank you!

Lawrence Doss said...

Friends, am sorry for the delay. I have sent to all of you. If you have not got it, please get back to me and I will send it to you...
:)

Lawrence Doss said...

Tom Carlo Tan - I used MIDIOX to check and validate what MIDI messages work and what I am sending etc...

Lawrence Doss said...

hardrubbish - As soon as I finish on what I am working on, I will focus on sending tempo :)

Popfan said...

Dear Lawrence, that's really great, I'll try to make something similar with MS50G, could you please send me the schematics and code to vekonyat@gmail.com? Many thanks, Attila

Steve said...

brilliant! code and schematic please! I want to try to integrate this with my HD500.

music@radatats.com

Anon Pairot Design Studio said...

Its great job.

Pls. send data to me
at idsn.fabreget@gmail.com

Thank you very much

Julio Barbosa said...

Thanks for sending in the code and schematics!
Still, I am way too unexperienced for figuring out the soldering points for the switches inside the pedal. Would there be any chance you could take a few pictures of the inside of your pedal?

Thanks once again!

Rob Hall said...

Would you please send me the schematics and code.

Email: astr0z0mb1e@yahoo.com

Thanks,
Rob

Nakato Toshiyuki said...

Hello from japan,
Very good job on this, congratulations!
Could you send me your schematic and code at : bssern@gmail.com

thanks and very good job

Teijo Kostiainen said...

Thank you for the code and schematics. I am planning on doing the controller in the near future. A friend promised to help me with the code part of it, and I am in the hardware mode. Hoping it will work out well, and I will let you know when it is ready.

leigh said...

Hi Lawrence

Very impressed with your device to make an already great pedal even better.

Could you please send a copy of the code and schematic to bassleigh7@gmail.com

Thanks
Leigh

Eduardo Ariel said...

Wow excellent dude, would you send me the shcematic and source code? i wanna build one of those :3 haha
My email is this: eduardoa.garciao@gmail.com
Thanks in advance.

Brandon Li said...

Lawrence, thanks for the confirmation that tap tempo control exists via MIDI with this pedal. That was pretty much what I was looking for.

Can you tell me which MIDI message controls tempo function? Sorry, I'm not familiar with MIDI and arduino coding.

Leslie Danker said...

Hey Lawrence, can I get a copy of the schematics and coding? Thanks!

dankerleslie@gmail.com

Okee' Dokee said...

Hello from Greece,
Could you send me your schematic and code at tassos.vogiatzis@gmail.com
Great great job by the way

Avat@r said...

Hi could you send me a copy of the schematic and code for arduino as well? gtujan@gmail.com

donny raines said...

Could I get the schematic and codes as well please? Draines1220@gmail.com

Clizzo said...

Good job Lawrence, could you please send me
Schematic and software ? Thanks a lot. Cheers
c.izzo@tin.it

Banana Mango said...

Would you sell one of these footswitches?

kristopherkarp @ hotmail.com

Ateş Küçükmeriç said...

nice job!

can you send me the sketch?
thank you. akucukmeric1@gmail.com

yudistira ar di said...

Great job...please send me the schematic to my email: yudistiraardhi@gmail.com

noel baldonado said...

Awesome! Kindly share the schematic diagram - thank you!
Email at : noelbaldonado@yahoo.com

erwin ignacio said...

Hello, awesome mod! Can I get the schematic and source code? Thanks! severthee@yahoo.com

Alex Barner said...

I'd love to have this schematics too... very nice indeed.

alexander.scheuner@gmail.com

grubby said...

I have the Zoom ms bt100 would this work for it too? slook26@yahoo.com
can u send me the shematics?

perry navarro said...

Lawrence, a friend of mine that is building me the switch is asking for the breadboard schematic for the resistor values, etc. Can I have that?

Thnks!

2203XM said...

Hello again...Would you send me the schematic and source code for the midi controller?Great job by the way... My email is tassos.vogiatzis@gmail.com

Emmanuel said...

Hi Lawrence,
Nice job, can you send schematic and code too ar my email. ehguiang@gmail.com
thank you!

Riccardo Ballan said...

Great job!!It was days and days that i was serching something like this!
Should I have schematic and code for arduino?!it would be great!tks again
ricry@hotmail.it

Lawrence Doss said...

Friends... I have sent the code and schematics to everyone. Kindly ping me at lawrenceadossyahoocom if you have not received it or need more help :)

afendy omar said...

Hi lawrence..thanks for your sharing..
I just found one little problem..
Need to press one of the switch few times when powered on to make the contoller works with multieefect. Do you found any solution to this?

blightman said...

hello from paris, fance. really really nice job! brillant idea! possible to get schematics and stuff to try to made one at home?
regards.
marc.t71@gmx.fr

blightman said...

hope i'll could make one myself! is it possible to get more than 4 swithe? i'll be hape with 10. best regards.
still looking for schematics and code, and instruction if any...
marc.t71@gmx.fr

Popfan said...
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Popfan said...

Thanks for your material, I've managed to make my version with 6 switches for Zoom MS-50G, accessing 6 patches directly. It's working with Korg Pandora Stomp as well, and I suppose with Pandora mini too.

Some info here:
http://arduinozoomms50g.blogspot.hu/

Davide Gagetta said...

Hi Lawrence,
Nice job, can you send me schematic and code?
gagetta.davide@gmail.com
thank you!

Fabrizio Rossi said...

Can you please send me the schematic and code at: faber.ros@gmail.com ? thanks!!

brutus jamu said...

hi can you send me the MIDI pedal schematics and code? brutusjam2@gmail.com thanks.

Wayne Brauer said...
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Wayne Brauer said...

Lawrence,
fascinating stuff! very interested. Could please send me the code/schematics for my MS-70? songwork@sympatico.ca

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perry navarro said...

Hi guys!

I have the schematic but I need the values for the ressistors, so I can go ahead an build this.

Please help!

Nono said...

Hi. Are you still actively developing this? Awesome work.

I just want to know which MIDI messages you send to the CDR. Are they MIDI CC?

Please reply to nameless.ph at gmail.com. Thanks.

Stefan Schadow said...

Hi there,

I just bought one zoom g1on, this is regognized as usb-midi dev, too, so there's hope for that one ,too :) Would you please share your findings with me?

By the way: G1on is sounding real nice, especially for the pricetag

My mail is stefan_schadow@web.de

Greetings,
Stefan

luccafaria said...

hi, my name is Luke, I am a Brazilian guitarist and enjoyed your project. I would like to buy a foot for my ms70CDR zoom. Would you? Please answer me by email. LUCASK818@HOTMAIL.COM. There are many people wanting this foot here in Brazil. I am eagerly waiting for your reply. Thank you very much.

pierlu71 said...

Hi Lawrence,
me too, me too!!!
Would you send me the schematic and source code for my MS-50G?

Thanks from Italy ;-)

fufurasu said...

Hi Lawrence, that's a great job! I would also love to have the code and schematics. orestes@fufurasu.org Many thanks! -Orestes

Floyd Fernandes said...

Hi Lawrence that's an excellent initiative to hack the switching. Can you please send me the details of the schematic and code because I'm going cross eyed switching my MS50G which I presume will have the same parametric control/ My email is fcubic@gmail.com. Thanks a million

SunHawk said...

Hi from Australia. I have just bought an MS70 CDR also and have seen your great design that would be really helpful. Could you please and me the specs and code for the unit to

sunhawk6@gmail.com

Well done. Cheers

PS would you consider making another one for sale?

Lawrence Doss said...

Friends,
Have sent the code to everyone who asked for it.
I am very sorry, I just don't have the time to make it for someone.
Rest of the answers are in the code itself.
PLEASE USE GOOGLE to get some basic stuff like values for resistors etc :)

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Slaven Zivanovic said...

respect Lawrence,
Can I ask you, if possible, to show me the connection diagram of the midi / usb Switcher device. I would be very grateful. It would really be helpful with my ZOOM 70cdr on stage. Best regards and wish you all the best in the hope that it will meet my request.

Slaven, email: ziza@rocker.hr

Philos said...

I use a midi controller/looper and would like to know what MIDI instrucions it receives. Could you tell me or send me the code to felipe.luthier@gmail.com please? Thank you in advance!

Michele Shin Abruzzese said...

Hi, great job you did there, can you send me the schematics and the code please (or someone for you)? I'm working on something similar but using an external midi input instead of a dedicated switcher. oniricha04@gmail.com

Lawrence Doss said...

Guys follow me on twitter - I have some things that I am working on @Lawrence_Doss
Teaser - Tap tempo for the MS 70 CDR

Steve said...

my POD HD500 sends midi PC messages. Is it possible to use a USB midi adapter like the M-Audio Uno to send to the MS70? I realize you would need to change the USB connector and power the Uno... What do you think? Is that workable?

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Uno

Aubrey Kloppers aka cyber7 said...

Please could you send be the schematics and build details? I have a MS-50G

Cheers
cyber7 aubreykloppers@gmail.com

Aubrey Kloppers aka cyber7 said...

Please could you also tell me what midi messages you were able to send? At this time I can only send BANK/PATCH changes to change the program numbers. Did you ever get to change the physical values of a program?

Aubrey Kloppers aka cyber7 said...

Any change in getting this?

John Eldredge said...

Hi Lawrence, this is a great project that you've created. Would you please share your code for the Arduino? I have a Rocktron Midimate that I want to use with Usb, for Zoom gear.

Many thanks for your generosity in sharing your code!

John
Jeldredge601@gmail.com

Filipe dos Santos said...

This is simply amazing!

Hey, Lawrence, could I get the info necessary to build one like yours?

My e-mail is filipesantos.ind@gmail.com

Thanks in advance!

Cheers from Brazil!

Moisés Andrade said...

Hey, Lawrence!
Please, send me schematic
transmitir@bol.com.br
tks

Aldemurp Barandrecht Fiori said...

Can you please send me the schematic and code? aldemurp@gmail.com - thanks!

Carlos Kalokjai said...

Hi Lawrence,

Would you send me the schematic and source code to me? For my ms-70
here's my email:
hlp005a32@yahoo.com.hk

Thank you so much!

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Lars said...

Hi Lawrence, brilliant.
Can you send me the schematic and code for arduino to larsniehoff68@gmail.com

I have an MS-60B and want to try to adapt.

Thank you - thumbs up!

Kell Decena said...

Greetings from the Philippines!

I recently got my self a Zoom CDR and it rocks! Then i saw your video about your controller and then i bought an Arduino to replicate your project.
Can you please send the schematic and the programming code for this project? loophole_dirt@yahoo.com

Thank you and please continue your work with zoom cdr!

Jose Solis said...

Hi, great job!
I would like to receive the code and schematic as well.

My email: allmybasearebelongtoyou@null.net


Do you think it would work with a Makey Makey? Which is an Arduino-based project.

Thanks!

Leonardo Esperândio said...

Hi! Very good job on this, congratulations!

I have a MS 70 CDR and would like to try something like this on it... would you please send me the schematic, code and tips?

My email is leoesperandio@gmail.com

Thanks!

Natalie Polkinghorne said...

Could you please send me a schematic and the code for the controller. Many thanks in advance.

t0m d34d said...

Hi

This is amazing
Please could you send me schematics and code to t0m.d34d@gmail.com
I would love to make my own version.

Thanks!

aramis marquez said...

Wow great hack! I would love to own one. Would it be OK if you could send me the schematic and code for this project?

Thank you very much!

Charles Sale said...

Hey Lawrence,

Would love the schem and code too if it's still going :)

My email is charlesrwsale at gmail dot com

Thanks! :)))

Charles

Arnie said...

Hi Lawrence,

I appreciate your sending me the schematics and code as well: arnaldo dot ortega at gmail dot com.

Thanks and Best Regards,
Arnaldo

Paul Hamlin said...

Please send me the schematic and code too!! Thanks very much, awesome job! phamlin at gmail dot com!

Dimitri said...

Hi Lawrence, great work!!!Of course I wanna try! Can you send me schematics and code to camuciol@tiscali.it ? Many, many thanks in advance!

Lawrence Doss said...

I have sent the code and schematics to everyone who have included their emails in the comments...

Mauro Correale said...

Hi lawrence..
I'm italian so forgive my poor english.
Your midi controller for zoom MS70 CDR is great for me....a revolution.
With your midi controller I can resolve much problems....

Can I Have code and schematic?....
Thank you thank you thank you:)

Bye
Mauro

Mauro Correale said...

excuse me...my e-mail is:

mauro.correale784@gmail.com

Thank you again

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danz brito said...

Hi Lawrence,

Such a great job! I am interested on building this controller but I do not know where wouId I start from. Could you please share schematic and code to danz.brito@gmail.com

Regards,


Danz

Pamaz said...

Hi Lawrence..

A big congrat for your ms70 switching system project!

May I Have code and schematic for it Pls?

My address is pamaz67(at)gmail.com
Many thanks mate!

Paolo

Hisamuddin Yaacob said...

Hi Lawrence.. Nice Project sir.. Very useful and helpful stuff.. May i have source code sir? decodine@gmail.com

DarkMod said...
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Hisamuddin Yaacob said...

Can send to me? Decodine@gmail.com

Unknown said...

Hi
This is amazing
Please could you tell me where the schematics and code are uploaded to

Thanks

Marcelo Diniz said...

This is really really amazing! I've been looking for something like this for months!

Hey, Lawrence, could I get the info necessary to build one like yours?

By the way, this trick works on MS 50g too?

My e-mail is marceloacdiniz1@gmail.com

Thanks in advance!

Cheers from Brazil!

Francisco Bento Luciano said...

Hi friend!!!
Very , very nice project :)
Please, Can you send schematic and code for me?
Thanx =]

g3 seven said...

Hi Sir,

may I have a copy of the build notes, like the schematic and codes? thanks!

g3seven@gmail.com

Rica GPD said...

Great job! within that mod this little box functionality and usability increases a lot. Can you share the schematics? Can you please send me the reference documents and schematics to ricardoinoue@hotmail.com? Thanks a lot!

Unknown said...

Hi Great Job Can you share the schematics? Can you please send me the documents and schematics to scarff.simon@gmail.com? Thanks!

Mik Narde said...

Hello!

Great job! Please, Can you send schematic and code for me?

My email is thecellar2011@gmail.com

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blightman said...

finaly the job is done https://youtu.be/KkfbjzSJGyA with the help of Lawrence and my friend jeckel https://github.com/Make-The-Light-Sing/MidiProgramChange hope it can help anyone.

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Erebo Ramses said...

Hello Lawrence!

Great job, Congratulations and thanks for share it with all people.

Can you send me the code and schematic Please?

My address is hachanocturna@hotmail.es
Many many thanks!

Kushinga Lawrence Kambarami said...

Hi Lawrence

Kindly send your latest schematics for the MIDI foot controller to kushingak@gmail.com

Tales Medeiros said...

Hello Lawrence!

Great job, Congratulations and thanks for share it with all people.

Can you send me the code and schematic Please?

My address is tales777@gmail.com
Many many thanks!

Mik Narde said...

Hello!

Great job! Please, Can you send schematic and code for me?

My email is thecellar2011@gmail.com

Dariel Betan said...

Hi sir! You did a very cool job!
Also watch some of your videos.
Can you share instructions, schematics and codes on how to make this to gang_dimi@yahoo.com?
Thanks in advance!

Kushinga Lawrence Kambarami said...

Good Day Sir

I still have not recieved the schematics and codes. My email address is kushingak@gmail.com

Thanks!

Lawrence Doss said...

Have sent the code and schematics to all who have left their mail address here. Please also register to my form at http://arduino-midi-control.boards.net/

Tyler Benziger said...

Hi Lawrence,

Can you email me the code + schematic? tabenziger@gmail.com

Also, do you mind telling me which specific part of the code can activate the tuner?

Thanks!

James K. said...

Hi Lawrence

I am looking for a Zoom MS-50G mod build, and I will pay you for your time and help if you can do it. We can use the escrow at freelancer.com.

I am looking to use an external footswitch to turn the Zoom off, and to turn on multiple effects pedals, and then turn these effect pedals back off and the Zoom back on.

To turn the Zoom off, you need to navigate to one of the 'empty' patches, rather than cutting the power to the Zoom.

So on the first button press - the Zoom would turn to an 'empty' patch, and a Tube Screamer and (or) other FX pedals turn on - and on the second button press, the other FX pedals would turn off, and the Zoom turn back on to a patch.


Let me know what you think,

Thanks, and best regards,

musomuso (at) hotmail dot co dot uk

Chris

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Britton Brandy said...

Good day sir

Can you send me the codes and schematics for this zoom CDR mod to britsy13@yahoo.com ? thank you and God bless

Best Regards
Britton

Andrew Williss said...

Hi there, very nice project indeed!
Could you please send the schematic and code to
andyvk5la@gmail.com
That would be very much appreciated.
Thanks
Andy

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Bob Suter said...

Anyway I could have one of these built for me to use at my church. I have a CDR as well and this would be such a blessing.

Pastor Bob
bob@bobsuter.com

Mathias Bussinger said...

Schematic and code please?

mathiaspontesbussinger@hotmail.com

Do you know how control de tap tempo?

Lawrence Doss said...

HI,
I have sent the codes and schematic to all who have left their mail id's... please do send me some pics if you have finished a successful build.

Kyoung Hyun Kwak said...

Hi,
Such a nice work!! I saw your work last year when I first got my 70CDR. Now I am finally trying to build a midi controller too!
Could you sen me the codes and schematics?
my e-mail: iblis81@gmail.com
Thank you so much for your help!
-Kyoung

Csörgits András said...

Hi!
I'm from Hungary, and inerested in your project. I purchased a 70CDR yesterday. I'd like to make a foot controller for it. Previous I've made an arduino based conroller for my Damage Control Glass Nexus. So, if you share the shematic and the source codes, I'd try this. My mail address is: csorgits@gmail.com. Thanks in advance.
Andras

Martin W said...

Hi Lawrence,

thank you for your response on YouTube. Please send the instructions for the midi foot controller for the Zoom MS70 CDR. Thank you very much!!

martin12w@yahoo.com

Jakub Em said...

Hi Lawrance
Could you send me schematics?
ha7e@tlen.pl
cheers!

Apollo said...

Hi Lawrance
great works!
Could you send me schematics please?

Here my adress: eschelzer@googlemail.com

Best Regards!

Stefano Capoccia said...

Well done dude!!
Could you send me schematics and code? They are impossible to find :c
My email is festano@hotmail.it or festanoo@gmail.com
thanks dude

ogikloavailable said...

Hi Lawrence,
It's really a great work! I'm a newbie on arduino thing but i'd like to try it! Please send me the schematic and codes to ogiklO@gmail.com if you don't mind.

Cheers!

oskar villarreal said...

Hey Lawrence,

You should commercialize these midi pedalboards based on the replies to this post you would be rich by now, congratulations! you're awesome!
Could you send me your schematic and code please at: ovilor@gmail.com

Nick Coton said...

Hi Lawrence,
Are you able to send me a list of what midi CC's do what? I am looking at seeing if my 70CDR can be controlled by my Line 6 FBV shortboard.

ncmercury@gmail.com

Thank you for your work,
Nick

Jack L. Stroem said...

Hi!
Amazing work youre doing! Could you send me schematics for the midi pedal? Would be appreciated!
Cheers!
jackstroem@gmail.com

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Tiago Oliveira said...

Please could you send be the schematics and code ?

tiagoco@msn.com

Thanks

Brazil

Lawrence Doss said...

HI,
I have sent the codes and schematic to all who have left their mail id's... please do send me some pics if you have finished a successful build.
Also if you can register to my FORUM we can help each other...http://arduino-midi-control.boards.net/

Unknown said...

I just got this pedal and would LOVE to be able to use a switcher like yours! Any chance you can email me the schematic and things I'd need to build this to jhut22@aol.com? If greatly appreciate it. Thanks for your work to make this happen.

oskar villarreal said...

You are a legend Lawrence, thanks so much for rhe schematic

cheers

Oskar

frankencat said...

Can you please send me the code and schematic? Thank you very much!
fsilano@gmail.com

Unknown said...

Good day sir

Can you send me the codes and schematics for zoom ms 70 CDR mod to wgz808@gmail.com ? thanks and God bless

Jay

Marcos said...

Please the squeme. 10marcos78@gmail.com

Nicola Luciano said...

hi, good job . is possible send me scheme and arduino code ? thanks
nicolaluciano.nl@gmail.com

Yves Altana said...

Hi, I'd appreciate if you could email me code and schematic for the MS70CDR. Kind regards.
yvesabox-sub@yahoo.co.uk

MJG said...

Would love to have the code and schematics for this. Excellent work sir.

Sustainable1@gmail.com

satrologija said...

many thanks if you can send the code and schematics.

dsedej@yahoo.com

Vere Follie said...

Hi, can you give me the schematics? Is it possible in your opinion try to make the same works with a raspberry pi2?
Thanks.
Bongiovanni.m@gmail.com

ADC said...
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ADC said...

Hi, wonderful project!!!
Can you please send me the details?
Thank you very much!

casinaro_87@hotmail.com

angel said...

tHANK YOU

Razel said...

Fantastic hack, Lawrence. Thanks for sharing.

Could you please send me the info so I can build one ?

jobo@vianet.ca

P.S. I'm using someone's account (with permission) to leave this company because I don't have or want a Google account.

Razel said...

I meant comment, not company.

HB said...

Hy Lawrence,
It's Hubert from France! Congratulations for this tremendous idea: That's sooo great!!!!
So... Like so others, I rencently bought a MS70CDR pedal. Great stereo unit! But... fewer controls. Could you please send me informations so that I could build my own? It will be my first arduino project... Hopes & fears ;-)

ferry rukmana said...

Hi Lawrence, I'm Ferry from Indonesia.

Could you please send me the schematics ? I think this would be great for live playing.

My email is ferryrukmana@gmail.com
Thanks a lot lawrence!

Carlo De Vivo said...

Hello Lawrence, You're a genius!!!
Please send me the schematics and instructions, I really like this zoom unit but it is not possible to use it live because I can't change patches. Please help me.
carlodevivo@hotmail.com

Unknown said...

This is amazing Lawrence, increase if not more up 300% the pedal utility.
Can be used this with another zoom´s MS ?
can you send me the schematics and instructions? please

Thanks for discover it

tareaspancho@gmail.com

Unknown said...

HI
This a great way to control Zoom . I used this amazing setup on my Zoom MS-60B with great success.

Great work

thiago meneses said...


hello , I would like if possible to send me the project , thank you
thiagomeneses84@hotmail.com

Massimo Bettonagli said...

Awesome project!!
Could I have the schematic and source code sent to me?
m.bettonagli@hotmail.it

Thank you!!

Adelson Junior said...

Hi! Excellent job, congratulations!

I have a MS-70CDR and would like to build a midi controller too. Please, Could you send me the schematic and code for Arduino? My email is adelsonjunior@gmail.com

Thanks very much!

ferry rukmana said...

Lawrence hasn't replied yet. Do you have the schematic too ? Is it possible to send it to me ? My email is ferryrukmana@gmail.com thanks a lot

Tea Rocks said...
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Unknown said...

Hi Lawrence

Nice project keen of doing the same thinng gor my ms 60b
Can help me send the schematic and arduino code
pukindat@gmail.com

Cheers bro more power

zstarter said...

Hi could you send me a copy of the schematic and code for arduino as well? edwin.regino@gmail.com

T H A N K S!!!

adi rahmadi said...

Hi sir. Excellent job, congratulations!
I have a MS-70CDR and would like to build a midi controller too. Please, Could you send me the schematic and code for Arduino? My email is adifrost11@gmail.com

Tomislav Sola said...

That is a excellent job!! I would be verry gratefull if you could send me scematics and code. Will it work on a ZOOM MS-50G.

Please please send schematics and code, my mail is: tomislavsola@gmail.com

Thank you so so so much!!!!!!

»‡«Angel of Black Wings»‡« said...

Olá poderia enviar o esquema para meu e-mail.
Lipekarica@gmail.com

»‡«Angel of Black Wings»‡« said...

Olá poderia enviar o esquema para meu e-mail.
Lipekarica@gmail.com

Jason Masters said...

Hey may I also have the coed and schematic for this awesome hack? I never thought this would be possible with my zoom unit! senoravocado@gmail.com Thank you!

Lawrence Doss said...

I have sent the codes and schematic to all who have left their mail id's... please do send me some pics if you have finished a successful build.
Also if you can register to my FORUM we can help each other...http://arduino-midi-control.boards.net/

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Gustavo Marucci said...

Hi Lawrence,
can you please send me the code and the schem for you midi controller? My email is gmarucci@gmail.com

socialogged said...

Hi,

great job, could you please send me code and schematics? adam.blazejewicz@gmail.com Thanks a lot!

Michele Tritto said...

Hi

Dunno if you're still around, but if it is possible to you, could you please send my the project details for a homebrew building? I own a arduino micro, would it work anyway?
mike.tritto@gmail.com

Thx a lot!

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