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  1. Hi! It's not the subject here, but I can explain a few quickly. Phatline is right, the M16 is a 16x16 midi I/O interface, the plan is to build a expandable router using the MCAN bus to interconnect multiple couple of Core32+M16. Nx(16x16) I/O, 16x16, 32x32, 48x48 etc... The project is called "BANDMASTER", The two prototypes I've made are working... I will come back on this project once the HAARP is finished.
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  2. Hello, after long time im back here. with a builded V4+ . Now i own a v4 lite and a v4+.
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  3. Hey, thanks for your answer and clarification. It turned out that it was the perfect combination of misunderstanding/misinterpreting the manual (which I actually read) an a broken stereo cable -.- So everything is working fine now, thank you!
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  4. Good to hear you nailed it. Cheers and congrats.
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  5. What worked for me was because I’m using a powered hub to power the seq I had to remove the data pins from the port that powers the seq. I’m suspecting the hub was generating some interference on these lines and corrupting the OTG input. Hope that helps
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  6. Doug Wellington from Tucson, Arizona - stole money. Never forget.
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  7. MIDI Machine Control is not supported by the SEQ, it's a sub layer of the MIDI norm which is not implemented. Of course the SEQ can receive/send SPP and Realtime messages like start stop continue, midi clock etc.. More than that I think the MPC is not a regular USB MIDI Device and if it's the case it's via an internal USB HUB that the seq does not support. Then just use regular MIDI DIN connection between the seq and the MPC, this will work.
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  8. @latigid on Thanks, Andy... belatedly, here it is, the centre-piece of the studio! It may be a record in terms of slowness to post... :) @HawkeyeThanks, Peter - same to you!
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  9. for J16 which is a SPI port MIOS32_DONT_USE_SDCARD MIOS32_DONT_USE_SPI0 Init // common GPIO_InitTypeDef GPIO_InitStructure; GPIO_StructInit(&GPIO_InitStructure); GPIO_InitStructure.GPIO_Speed = GPIO_Speed_50MHz; GPIO_InitStructure.GPIO_Mode = GPIO_Mode_OUT; GPIO_InitStructure.GPIO_OType = GPIO_OType_PP; // J16.RC2 as GPIO (PA4) GPIO_InitStructure.GPIO_Pin = GPIO_Pin_4; GPIO_Init(GPIOA, &GPIO_InitStructure); // J16.RC1 as GPIO (PC4) GPIO_InitStructure.GPIO_Pin = GPIO_Pin_4; GPIO_Init(GPIOC, &GPIO_InitStructure); then to set or clear the pins you can use the macro:
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  10. Hi, thanks for the answer. I have a Fluke meter, but it's an older one and it doesn't seem to have this high-resolution function. My latest 'china' one did have the function, but it fails on resistance lately. Buying 0.1% was an option if I knew this before but I wanted to finish the modules today. I just soldered the 49.9k in and I think its good :) I just checked the new CV and gate modules by swapping them with the 'older' ones and they seem to do it on all outputs, so that's great. But if I put everything together I can't get CV2 working. I changed the HW4 file, so the clocks and trig
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  11. Here is mine :) Only heard about this project last week and now I'm the owner of this beautiful beast. Thanks Peter and Andy for all the help (me spamming you) in the last few days :)
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  12. This is it! I finished my one. What a great device! Needs some patience, but very satisfying to see, how it grows. Many thanks to all who made this possible! Great job! regards, roland
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  13. Sorry to hear that, Academic Planner! Does anyone have the compiled firmware file that TK posted earlier, i.e. http://www.ucapps.de/mios/midibox_fm_v1_4j__sammichFM_8bitlcd.zip I have recently acquired a second hand sammichFM that has a dying display. If not, does anyone have a part number for the original LCD display? I am also looking to find the files necessary to order a case from Ponoko or similar, or really any dimensions at all, but that is off topic for this thread. :) Thanks!
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  14. I know I’m commenting on a 3yr old thread here, but there’s clearly something special about building the MB6582. I’m actually on my 3rd now and somehow, I still can’t get enough?
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