I've gotten my shipping notice for the Source Audio Hub. I'm really excited bout the prospect of having 128 "scenes" at the touch of single button. Whether I'll need that many is a debate for some other time. I have the HH3, The Manta, OFD, Orbital and the Dimension reverb. I will probably get the dual expression pedal, or two, in the near future. I may incorporate a Delay, an Iron Ether SubT(ordered long time ago and I'm just waiting for it to arrive!!!) and utilize my Epitome(mainly for the micropog) in this setup. So the tap dancing should be kept to a minimum with the HUB setup. I'm playing in a new band that is what I call Progressive Aggressive. We are a heavy, ambient Tool and Pink Floyd-ish sounding. We are a 3 piece and the guitarist and I both have and use a lot of pedals. The drummer triggers sound samples at the beginning, during and at the end of songs. The guitarrist sings most of the songs. He recently asked, after hearing my demos, that I sing my songs that I've brought to the table. So I went out and bought a TC Helicon VoiveLive2 for vocal FX and Harmonies. I'm excited about singing lead and having my songs heard but... Now I'm going to have to do more tap dancing with the vocal pedal. So I was thinking that maybe what I need to do is get a better midi controller, I have the Tech21 MidiMouse, so I can sync my Source Audio scenes and my Vocal FX's. Now I know absolutely nothing, except for the concept, of MIDI. Does anyone know of any advice, articles, books,links or opinions that will help lead me in the right direction. I need to know what controller would be best for my situation or if there are multiple approaches and their pros and cons. Again all I want to do is set this up so at the push of one button I have my vocal and bass fx's for each song and part available. I can afford to purchase what I need to achieve this so price isn't the biggest determining factor. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance!!!