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  1. How to use DOUT/ assign to button ?

    That's very simple and what I assumed.  Just didn't know it was taken care of automatically.  Great thanks!
  2. Stupid newbee questions - I don't understand how to use the DOUT in Midibox64.  I see what you can select, but what doe it mean, what does it do?   All I want is to be able to assign an LED  (DOUT) to a button when the button is defined as a "toggle" type.  How / can / \where do I do that?   Are they 'already mapped' ?  What is the "shift register"?       ################################################################################ # LED Map: assignes the LED shift registers to the Button Shift # registers or special values # Currently following values are supported: #    0     Default Setting (see Map below) #    1     Button Shift Register 1 (Button ID #1-#8) #    2     Button Shift Register 2 (Button ID #9-#16)        
  3. Thanks TK.  Sounds like NG would be great.   Can you point me to the information on how the NG hooks up to the analog / DIN / DOUT.   Would I need a MBHP_AINSER64 if I want to use only 8 analog inputs?
  4. Midibox with analog potentiometers AND encoders, and buttons?  Is there a way to do it?   Seems like the encoders are just 'buttons' - right?   I have a xy joystick that is analog (potentiometer) and I would like to use it along with some encoders for other functions.  Is there any Midibox applilcation for encoders and analog?   Can I just use Midibox64 and connect and encoder to DIN and use it like an incremental 'button' switch???      
  5. loading Midibox64 software (hex, syx?)

    Ok - I *think* I get it.  There is the bootloader and operating system (which I have loaded), then there are applications like the Midibox64, Midibox64e, etc like this one (latest?)   zipfile:  midibox64_v2_4f.zip    midibox64_v2_4f\setup_midibox64.hex  <--- is this the right file to upload?     then a setupfile (bank?) like   zipfile:  midibox64_v2_4f.zip    midibox64_v2_4f\tools\mk_syx\midibox64_generic.syx    -OR- the output from Serge's wonderful Midibox64 configurator.     Is the above right?
  6. I know this is a newbee question - I'm just confused by the process on setting up Midibox64.   I have the V1.2 bootloader and V1.9 MIOS on my chip.   Sometime in the past (forgot how etc) I configured it for a Midibox64e.   I'm reconfiguring my hardware for a Midibox64 to use analog pots etc, and want to replace the Midibox64e (application?) with Midibox64 (application).   What 'pieces' do I have upload to the chip?    I see the midibox64_v2_4f.zip file has "setup_midibox.hex".  Is THAT the code?   And/or what about Serge's http://miostools.midibox.org  vMidibox64 application?  That contains "midibox64.syx" files.....     Do I upload BOTH the setup_midibox.hex  and then a *.syx file?  Or just the syx?    Confused....
  7. Thanks Electruck - I figured there had to be something set to tell the core that what mux to use.   I may try messing with the software, or just get an AIN module (and future expansion capability) and use the prebuilt Midibox64 sysex.   BTY - is there any documentation that describes the way the DOUT works?   I'm having trouble finding how all the options are set.   I did build a successful Midibox64e a few years back but have purged my memory of all the setup I did to get it working!!  I'm converting over to Midibox64 form "e" since I have a XY joystick (analog pots) that I want to use for Wavestation controller.
  8. Stupid question maybe...   I want to build a midibox with only 8 analog pots (and a bunch of switches).   What do I do software-wise ?   Do I need an AIN module or can I just go direct to the mainboard (core) pins WITHOUT COMPILING another hex file?  Or is it just easier to use an AIN and use the MidiBox64 premade app?     Or can I modify the ini file where is shows, then convert to syx using the perl script???   [TYPE]    midibox64 [bANKNAME]    "Generic Bank    "    [CONNECTED_POTS]    64     I have the Serge Midibox editor and it doesn't seem to have anywhere to say how many pots there are connected.