I'll try and explain this the best I can.
I have a Behringer FCB1010 with the Uno4Kemper chip v1.2. (no morphing)
Say I'm playing a rig set up for guitar solos with a bit delay and reverb. As I reach the ending of a solo and want to increase the delay level by say 20% creating a large spillover as I switch back into my rhythm rig (possibly also the delay time and feedback) when I step on a button on the FCB1010. At the moment I have the bottom row set up for selecting rigs and the top row for turning stomps on and off.
Is it possible to do this with MIDI CC's with my setup (I highly doubt it) so I'd loose one of the stomp switch functionalities but gain a MIDI CC assigned switch?
I realise that with the remote and an expression pedal using morphing I could morph to these changes, however when I hit that last notes and switch back to a dryer rhythm rig seeing the expression pedal would still be pressed toe down, if morphing was set up on that rig also wouldn't I be also entered into the "morphed toe down" state of that rhythm rig?
Maybe I'm over thinking this and it would be easier just to duplicate the solo rig with extra delay and switch to that then to the rhythm rig but I could really do with keeping all 5 slots as the are. I know the trails would spillover but I'm pretty sure the volume of those delay trails would also reduce to the volume of my rhythm rig as I switch???
If its any easier for you guys to understand what I trying to explain here (probably not very well ) here is a video of Mark Day on his Axe-FX achieving the same kind of thing here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLd7PAOmb7Y