Changing Style Control from the MFC10 MIDI Foot Controller

Last Update: 06/29/2012

NOTE: Make sure that the 2 switches in the back of the MFC10 are set to 'NORMAL' and 'MIDI'.

1. Turn on the MFC10.

2. Connect a MIDI cable from the MFC10 'MIDI OUT' to the keyboard 'MIDI IN'.


Assigning pedal [ 1 ] Controlling Style ‘Start’ Section:


1. Press the MFC10 [FUNCTION] button.
NOTE: The red FUNCTION led should be on.


2. Press the [ 1 ] pedal.


3. Press the [MEMORY EDIT] button to make the LED next to ‘STATUS’ blink.


4. Use the [DEC/NO] and [INC/YES] buttons to select ‘F0’ in the display.


5. Press the [MEMORY EDIT] button once to make the LED next to ‘DATA/CTRL’ blink.


6. Use the [DEC/NO] and [INC/YES] buttons to select ‘c41’ in the display.


7. Press the [WRITE/EXIT] button.


8. Press the [INC/YES] button to store the setting.


The MFC10 button [ 1 ] has now been assigned to control the Style Control ‘Start’ function.


NOTE: If needed, repeat steps 1 - 8 to assign commands to different pedals (using a different pedal in step 2).


TIP: Below is an example of how the different MFC pedals can be programed for different style commands.

Button [ 2 ] Controlling Style ‘Stop’.
In step 2: Press [ 2 ] button.
In step 6: Select c42.


Button [ 3 ] Controlling ‘MAIN A’ Section.
In step 2: Press [ 3 ] button.
In step 6: Select c09.


Button [ 4 ] Controlling ‘MAIN B’ Section.
In step 2: Press [ 4 ] button.
In step 6: Select c10.


Button [ 5 ] Controlling ‘MAIN C’ Section.
In step 2: Press [ 5 ] button.
In step 6: Select c11.


Button [ 6 ] Controlling ‘MAIN D’ Section.
In step 2: Press [ 6 ] button.
In step 6: Select c12.


Button [ 7 ] Controlling ‘BREAK’ Section.
In step 2: Press [ 7 ] button.
In step 6: Select c32.


Button [ 8 ] Controlling ‘ENDING I’ Section.
In step 2: Press [ 8 ] button.
In step 6: Select c33.


Button [ 9 ] Controlling ‘ENDING II’ Section.
In step 2: Press [ 9 ] button.
In step 6: Select c34.


Button [ 0 ] Controlling ‘ENDING III’ Section.
In step 2: Press [ 0 ] button.
In step 6: Select c35.

Reference: MFC10 Owner’s Manual, p.15.

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