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  1. Necro bump, here are some more hi-res pictures, as the ones over at MI forum are just thumbnails.
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  2. Hello, Peter made an awesome video (4k quality!) demonstrating the assembly of the following modules Euroceiver (line driver receiver in the rack), power distribution A1 Expander (AOUT based on MAX5500) D1 Expander (DOUTX1 for gates plus protection) D2/D3 Expanders (likewise for clocks and triggers) Feel free to use this thread for any discussion or troubleshooting. Have fun building your modules!
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  3. Oh my fault ... I meant MIOS. You only upload the newer MIOS version with the bootloader (which is already burned on the microchip). You don’t upload the bootloader itself!! (that's for a burner and not for midi transmission). Sorry, my confusion in the binary term - I just recognized it now. I hope you read it before trying, but however, MIOS Studio should warn you about this (range detection). from the readme.txt of mios1.9h take case A): A) you've already installed MIOS8 V1.9g, and want to update to MIOS8 V1.9h Thats the common case, you have to upload one of these files vi
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  5. hi, 3) use PC messages, not CCs. 4) right - you have 1 stereo pair. (you can stuff up to 8 sids by 4 cores), but i am not sure how many cores can be loaded in sammichSID because I am not familar with sammich board. 5) pls use the "mios studio" software. and yes first upload the newer bootloader MIOS and then the application. Everything can be uploaded via midi, but take care about the core IDs and the correct bootloader MIOS file. MBSID V2.044 changelog: Please update to MIOS V1.9h before uploading the application, otherwise the improvements won't be effective. have f
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  6. Nice! Enjoy, it's a great synth! Answers to your Qs: 1. Yes, there's the default patch set, 127 Arps (on the forum), and I think a few others on the forum. You'll have to poke around for those but they exist. The default patch set is a good place to start. CTRLR works though I tended to have issues with it while using my DAW so I mostly just went through the painstaking process of editing patches on the Sammich as I didn't often need to use the advanced features (like wavetables). This is where the MB6582 (the sammichSID's much bigger brother) or a custom MBSID with a full control surface
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  7. Thanks for the great tech support! I didn't do R101 and R102 because they weren't installed in the assembly video, so I thought they weren't needed (seemed ok since so many other items on the board are also DNP) but now I do see that they are on the BOM spreadsheet. My bad! One thing that would be helpful is to have more prominent links to this forum and wiki from the Midiphy product pages. I only found it by googling to see if anyone else had similar problems. I didn't even know that there was a community here... great! Anyway, I'm super excited to finish this in the morning and ja
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  8. If you think an available commercial device can fulfil your needs, then get one! DIY is a different thing. It is potentially more expensive and you have to put in the tools and effort to finish things, but the journey can be very rewarding and sometimes you can obtain tools that are not found elsewhere, often for the very reason that they would be impractical or uneconomical to produce in scale.
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  9. the first time i planed and built a Eurorack Case on my own... autocad was my friend... now that i have the power, and the mounting-space - i can build a test environment for my CV1.... so hopefully next time some sound-demos...
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  10. It's been uhhh some number of years, but we finished our 3rd album, Alien Me (available here: https://music.victimcache.com/album/alien-me). It's not super chiptuney but is quite synthy and features the sammichSID and, on one song, the MB6852 (as I finally finished the thing!). I also use nILS' GM5x5x5 for most of my studio MIDI stuffs. The sammichFM didn't make as much of a showing this time, since the TX81z had more of the sound we were going for given the genre. Anyways hope ya'll like it!
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  11. Very pleased to report that my 6582 has made its first noise -- notes played on the MIOS Studio keyboard trigger the one (so far) 8580 to play that lovely reedy default patch. This is delightful. Thanks for all your help so far, all y'all.
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  12. Well done! Are you building the CS too or somethin else?
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  13. yes but you need some encoder... thats why i thougt of the DIO-Matrix (it has DIN+Resistors, + DOUT without resistors>which makes it smaller...) .... so yes 2xDOUTx4 is ok... + a DIN X1 (the one missing extra button can be taken directly from the core... 3 Pushencoder - makes 9 DIN Pins... 8 taken from the DIN register, one diretly from the core)
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  14. about RGB-Leds... midibox could do that too... http://www.midibox.org/mios32/manual/group___w_s2812.html , but i dont have much expierence whith them (in sense of codeing...but i have project here were i have to find about them anyway) you change the Faders to motorfaders? (or are they motorfaders anyway?) there are 32Bit Functions for Motorfaders here... but in the past they used 8bit cores: http://ucapps.de/mbhp_mf_ng.html cant help here, havent done that before. about space: the dinx4 modules doutx4 modules and CoreSTM take a lot of space... when you for example
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  15. i made a list for needet hardware: 1x this can handle the Encoders and Buttons + 16 Displays : http://ucapps.de/mbhp_dio_matrix.html 1x this can handle 32 Displays: http://ucapps.de/mbhp_dout.html 1x this should handle 8 Displays(+the Discovery board and all the parts of course...) http://ucapps.de/mbhp_core_stm32f4.html hmm makes 56 Displays. so if you want 64 you add a 595 by yourself with protoboard, or take a nother DIO-Matrix... 1x SD-Card (+Fullsize adapter) of different Fabricates --- very often that one is not working i have 2 of this -and booth are work
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  16. a dinx4 would also help (for the encoder) - could be solved with the pins onboard too but easer to implementate with a Digital-In-Shiftregister & if you decide to make that project then you could start a "name"list...Labels.ods i can later copy paste this into the code... (my labels in there are not really usefull for you project, but the structure is already for copy paste...) i hide some tabs in there: { ' 3 ' , ' 0 ' , ' 3 ' , ' ' , ' ' , ' ' , ' ' , ' ' }, so dont overwrite this ’, and }{
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  17. ya i made a custom ui where the microntrollerboard is plugged into... but for your job, you only need a core32stmF4, 2x doutx4, and 1x midio IO...and a relative simple app (where i can help...)
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  18. I had a couple sammichSIDs posted in the flea market for a while. I sold one of them, and now I have the other listed here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/133688838489 Quick Note: I removed the 8580R5 SIDS that I was originally selling this with, because I'm using them in my MB6582 now. The instrument will sell with two SwinSIDs
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  19. This is an introduction blog telling the differences among LM317 and its similar models LM7805, LM338, etc. Hope this helps!
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  20. heheh, good to see you anti! Well I guess my point was: how come this bot, or person, is filling up the forum with sales stuff? Personally I object to it, there's a whole big internet to spam me in. Here I would like to be left alone!
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  21. Hello, SAM, Software Automatic Mouth, is an old "text-to-speech" program. It was released in 1982 and worked on most computers of the era. It was recently adapted to C by Sebastian Macke as a very tiny code. Source code Github. Here a web version of SAM, and a another one with parameters here. I've got two Texas Instrument speech device, one "Speak and Spell" and a "Math and Spell" but they are waiting since a long time now to be modified... Too much time :/ So when I read the @imaginarionthread I couldn't help but go and look at the code. And obviously I tried to do some
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  22. I had a look on the code, it's more complicated than just add some SAM files. You will need to understand an maybe adapt/modify the necessary parts(files) and create Input/Output interfacing, check ram memory needed etc... For us it must be realtime process... But as a start: For input the easiest first way is to use MIOS-Studio Terminal for SAM commands, and output wave file to the SD card. It's not real-time but just an example. Something like that: [28337.121] SD Card status 1 [28339.122] SD Card status 3 [28339.122] SD Card CONNECTED [28342.433] help [28342.435] Welco
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  23. Hi @rolfdegen. Thanks for sharing. Overall this project looks good and sounds cool! The Teensy v4 is clearly a capable MCU with it's fast ARM Cortex-M7. I'd be curious to hear about what motivated you to get started with this project and to build off of the Electrotechnique TSynth v4 foundation (http://electrotechnique.cc/)? You also chose to use a minimal control surface, so I'm guessing you're envisioning more of a sequenced, MIDI CC message type of interaction, rather than a live, interactive performance? Cheers
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  24. This little pin converter from @Altitudereally cleans up and simplifies the character LCD wiring.
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  25. To add some more context to this topic, I’m sharing the full side-by-side comparison as an Excel doc. The BOM reference is for a complete MB-6582 build, with two sets of sourcing options (one using mostly premium components from Mouser and the other uses more economical alternatives, from the likes of AliExpress, eBay, Amazon and elsewhere). _MB 6582 BOM - Economy vs Premium Build Cost Comparison - Oct 2020.xlsx The short of it is, you can make a complete MB-6582 today for around $513 USD, when you only consider the costs for required BOM components. However your total o
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