I'm not sure if this is the correct term. I haven't been able to find anything online about such pedals for keyboards, only for guitars. What I mean is that I'm looking for a foot pedal that controls more than just OFF (1) and ON (127), but can act as a slider or wheel. Specifically, I'm attempting to use GPO strings in a performance setting and since the music is for two hands I don't have any way of using the mod wheel as I play. If I assign my foot pedal to CC#1, all I can get is maximum or minimum volume.
I was also wondering if it's possible to keep GPO strings or winds sounding when I lift my fingers from the keys. Naturally, the sus pedal would do this for a piano patch, but for strings CC#64 controls legato phrasing.
Yes 'touch-sensitive' is generally a synonym for 'velocity sensitive' - ie the harder (and necessarily therefore faster) you hit the note, the louder the sound. I knew what you meant though.
I use the FCB-1010 for many purposes and you can obtain utility to set up the foot controllers to do more or less what you like midi-wise (except transmit notes, so can't be used as an organ foot register). For live playing I have a brass section patched into one expression pedal and the strings responding to another, so I can layer in and out of either and bring both in during crescendoes. I have patches programmed set up for synths so eg controlling vibrato and filter with each pedal. And if you have a midi guitar effects box (hardware like a Korg box or software like Guitar Rig) it is perfect for controlling things (like wah-wah), changing patches, etc.
And, no I don't work for Behringer - anyone want to buy my Composer Pro that I hate?