The Behringer FCV100 works, if you "trick" it to be an "active" pedal. I found this info on a recent forum search... _________________________________________________________________________ 1) Slide the switch on the pedal to the CV position. 2) Plug a TRS Insert cable in the Output plug closest to the switch on the pedal. None of the other jacks on the pedal should have a plug inserted. I use a HOSA 6"TRSM TSF Y Cable. 3) This particular Y cable has two female 1/4" Jacks. You will need two more cables- each with a male 1/4" jack on one end and a 1/8" male jack on the other. 4) On the Black Jack of the Y cable (Labeled "Tip")- run one of these cables to a voltage source. 5) On the Red Jack of the Y cable (Labeled "Ring") run the other cable to a Model D input, such as the "Cut CV" _________________________________________________________________________ For instance, in the attached photo, I am able to control the Filter Cutoff Freq with the FCV100 pedal. The BLACK cable is connected to the Boog's LOUD CONT output, and the RED cable is connected to the Boog's CUT CV input.
And as I posted on another thread... For all you Mac (and Windows) users who want to edit MIDI parameters (including pitch bend) on their Model D's, this is the Holy Grail... https://github.com/masc4ii/ConfiguratorModelD It works brilliantly!