I bought a second FSR. And it works beautifully. My plan is to have one FSR bang presets for which sound fx are being used. The other will decide between four setups for the soft pots: the two soft pots are working as a single strip, independently, reverse the scaling as a single strip, or reversed and they are independent. This will allow for more creative possibilities, for example, if the two soft pots are separated, they can control different fx. If the scaling can be reversed at will, the fx can both (for examples sake) be either wet or dry while playing in the same position, based on the setting the player chooses.
There is no bleeding of data when they are setup like in the picture. However, I remember there is bleeding data when it came to the soft pots being side by side. The solution was to place them a petal apart and ground the petal in between. With only four analog petals, and four sensors, this may be a problem. I had left my soft pots at UBC, so I will test them out when I return tomorrow.
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