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  1. Midi forwarding with modification

    You can monitor in mios studio what output to the core when you send a specific command via the terminal, you can try to copy this stream and send it with NG core in a button event type=sysex stream="..." Best Zam
  2. Midi forwarding with modification

    Ok, my bad, I just look at MB_KB manual, I was thinking it use the same .NGC .NGR text event definition but it's only configurable via mios studio terminal. Maybe its possible from other midi device (like NG) to trick sysex stream to enter and send data/config bit like mios studio ? Best Zam
  3. Midi forwarding with modification

    It's up to you to define the event type you want to use as a trig for other event. The idea is to have different event activated depending of button status or external midi, it work. Now for transpose (in a NG router) I maybe just find something: receiver with note=all and use_key_number=1 to process the note n° range= have to be a map like (for 1octave transpose) 0:11 11:23 23:31 etc... You can also use a button that set pitchbend to different fixed value? Best Zam  
  4. Midi forwarding with modification

    yes you use 2 core... KB+NG what about KB remote from NG for those particular function ? I mean a button at NG that send CC, nrpn or sysex to KB core that flip/change those functions (with dummy led or button receiver that handle the status, used as conditional like I explain before) Right now I don't see how to format note transpose at NG without a keyboard directly hooked to it (with functions named below) Best Zam
  5. Midi forwarding with modification

    I'm not used to keyboard with MB_NG but there is kb_transpose= and kb_velocity_map= You can define multiples KB event id (same hw_id), with different map, then select the proper event with a button (if_equal=) Best Zam
  6. Midi forwarding with modification

    Hello Frank NG offer midi router, but it seem it's not enough for your need You should then use event sender/receiver to format/forward midi event, in addition with conditional definition you can flip or select different midi mapping depending of some buttons status e.g for all notes from ch1 to ch4 if button 1 is pressed (simplified definitions)   event_receiver id=1 fwd_id=sender:1 type=noteon key=all chn=1 if_equal=button:1:127 event_sender id=1 type=noteon key=all chn=4 event_button id=1 range=0:127 button_mode=toggle Best Zam
  7. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Hello You'll never know as i guess you don't test the chip before soldering I tend to think it's an overheat soldering issue My first TLV soldering 3 years ago had a dead channel (AOUT_NG pcb), I know my soldering was not good then with no flux available and I take to long time to solder pin per pin... overheat Now I have about 6 TLV soldered in my dedicated pcb, I use lot of flux, low solder quantities and tip slip technique, soldering one side in one path, less than 2 second move for 10 pin No issue with this component since TLV don't like heat... Best Zam
  8. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Hi Andre Without looking right now at TLV spec your observations seem out of DAC spec, are you sure you don't have gain error somewhere else or load issue which sink the buffer/amp ? Do you observe the same at TLV output, unloaded ? However the interpolation maps at NG are absolutely great !!! (especially the 16bit one) and having an on the fly point value "set and save" will be more than great Best Zam
  9. MBSEQ V4 build with MIDI, CV and DIGITAL OUT

    Hello Nice build ! Stud insert from Schaffer is great !!! Used it in one of my design too, I'm a "no visible screw" freak since Best Zam  
  10. Defining microtonal/custom scales?

    Hi I also think there is a something possible with NG -individual event receiver definition for each notes forwarded to two sender, one for note one for PB -or a global receiver (note=all) forwarded to two sender (note and PB) with conditional according to receiver note value Best Zam    
  11. MBSeqv4 Power Requirements

    How many LEDs !?! ... don't know the limiting resistor value at these built but 300mA is 30 LEDs @ 10mA, easy to get ! Best Zam
  12. Hi Theo A 2 min search at mouser return this Best Zam
  13. R3 DIN Printed Circuit Board or Kit

    Hello   Look like MB_NG and MB_KB only support 2 keyboard, If you need a third I guess you need another core too Best Zam
  14. Starting up the dual manual organ

    Hi Not sure "all" command work at NGR but did you try this: send NoteOn USB1 1 all 0 e.g. for usb1 chn 1, if it work you just have to write few for the 3 port and two channels you use Best Zam
  15. Starting up the dual manual organ

    hello Your code look ok so far ... I'm not used to KB so I can't say for sure... can you try something like this instead? RESET_HW SRIO num_sr=4 KEYBOARD n=1 rows=8 dout_sr1=1 dout_sr2=2 din_sr1=1 din_sr2=2 \ din_inverted=0 break_inverted=0 din_key_offset=32 \ scan_velocity=1 scan_optimized=1 make_debounced=1 break_is_make=0 note_offset=36 \ delay_fastest=0 delay_fastest_black_keys=0 delay_slowest=100 KEYBOARD n=2 rows=12 dout_sr1=3 dout_sr2=4 din_sr1=3 din_sr2=4 \ din_inverted=1 break_inverted=0 din_key_offset=32 \ scan_velocity=1 scan_optimized=1 make_debounced=1 break_is_make=0 note_offset=28 \ delay_fastest=1 delay_fastest_black_keys=0 delay_slowest=140 MAP1/BYTEI 0:0 1:20 20:60 60:90 90:110 118:127 EVENT_KB id=1 hw_id=1 fwd_id=sender:1 type=NoteOn chn=1 key=any use_key_number=1 range=0:127 kb_velocity_map=map1 kb_transpose=0 ports=0000000000000000 EVENT_SENDER id=10 hw_id=1 type=NoteOn chn=1 key=any range=0:127 ports=1000110000000000 EVENT_SENDER id=11 hw_id=1 type=NoteOn chn=4 key=any range=0:127 ports=1000110000000000  
  16. Starting up the dual manual organ

    Ok, but you should have also a map (you use one map...) and kb srio definition? Is RESET_HW specified ? Please post the full .NGC so we can have a look ... Best Zam    
  17. Starting up the dual manual organ

    Hello Hard to say without more of your .NGC I don't get how you change event status here as you don't have any bank, radio group, or conditional definition ? Best Zam
  18. Starting up the dual manual organ

    Is that 3 bits definition at .NGC ?? DIO define emulated SR, you have direct access with the hooked button and corresponding hw_id I guess your first DIO button is hw_id=33 and last is hw_id=48 (if SR 5 and 6)   But if I get it  right you want to use 3 button to define 8 keyboard states ? 000 is all button off 001 is button n°3 on 011 is button 2 and 3 on etc... 111 is all button on   can you confirm that is the logic you want to implement ? Best Zam  
  19. Starting up the dual manual organ

    What is DIO-000, DIO-100 etc... ? Button on a matrix ?
  20. Starting up the dual manual organ

    Yes set active work too ! But if you need to select 16 ch, the NGR will be consequent (16 'if' with 16 'set_activ' each) 256 line at least   Best Zam      
  21. Starting up the dual manual organ

    Hello You can change config with LOAD command at .NGR You should be able to select a keyboard event definition with conditional. EVENT_KB hw_id=1 id=11 type=NoteOn chn=1 key=any use_key_number=1 range=0:127 if_equal=button:1:1 EVENT_KB hw_id=1 id=12 type=NoteOn chn=2 key=any use_key_number=1 range=0:127 if_equal=button:1:2 EVENT_KB hw_id=1 id=13 type=NoteOn chn=3 key=any use_key_number=1 range=0:127 if_equal=button:1:3 map1 1 2 3 EVENT_BUTTON hw_id=1 id=1 value=1 range=map1 button_mode=toggle Banking or radiogroup should work too, it depend how you want to select the channel   Best Zam
  22. idea/request led_mode=

    Hi At mios32_timestamp.c does this can be used ? ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //! Use this function to get the delay which has passed between a given and //! and current timestamp. //! //! Usage Example: //! \code //! u32 captured_timestamp = MIOS32_TIMESTAMP_GetDelay(); //! // ... //! // ... do something ... //! // ... //! u32 delay_in_ms = MIOS32_TIMESTAMP_GetDelay(captured_timestamp); //! MIOS32_MIDI_SendDebugMessage("Delay: %d mS\n", delay_in_ms); //! \endcode //! \return the delay between the given and the current timestamp ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// s32 MIOS32_TIMESTAMP_GetDelay(u32 captured_timestamp) { // will automatically roll over: // e.g. 0x00000010 - 0xfffffff0 = 0x00000020 return timestamp - captured_timestamp; }  
  23. idea/request led_mode=

    Hi Just an idea, not a real need (but it can be fun, and i will use it for sure) something like a led_mode=blink for .NGC with associate parameter blink:on:100:off:300 for time in ms for each led state? or defined time with 2 value map or just 3 "blink" predefined mod, blink_slow, blink_mid, blink_fast Anyway, the idea is to have a blinking led function when led is on, because a NGR script (set led and delay) is stopped a soon as another section is called Best Zam
  24. idea/request led_mode=

    For sure 65ms period for blinking led is fast... I'll see what I can try too Maybe TK will chime in and give us some clue Best Zam
  25. idea/request led_mode=

    side note I just have a look, Also at mbng_dout.c , maybe another route is to have a non static value for DIM function or to add a condition at LED set for a specific value ? I'm thinking out loud... Best Zam