I used the most simple pedalboard I can think of. Two signal chains with input connected to the output with the TinyGain Mono inline in each.
I assigned the mute function on Channel 1 signal chain to FootEx:Foot #1 and labeled it Mute Channel 1.
I assigned the mute function on Channel 2 signal chain to FootEx 2:Foot #1 and labeled it Mute Channel 2.
With these labels I can verify by looking at the footswitches that the correct function is being assigned to the correct footswitch.
The Two footswitches were connected to the Duo before powering up.
I did at least a twenty power cycles. It never assigned the functions correctly on power up.
Usually it recognized two CC Footswitches but just didn't assign. I would load the pedalboard (via Duo or GUI) and will assign.
Here are some other odd behaviors I did see:
- Several times the Duo flipped FootEx 1 and 2.
- Couple time it recognized and assigned to FootEx1.
- Couple times it didn't even recognize either footswitch. I would unplug and re-plug and it would then be recognized. Still has to re-load the pedalboard to assign.
Sorry this isn't too scientific... I didn't take notes or anything... Just plugging the power in/out...
I hope this info helps.
Here is the link to the pedalboard I used.