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Keeze

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Keeze last won the day on October 19 2020

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  1. And another TIA cartrige bites the tones :) Tnx @Antichambrefor this project and your patient support :)
  2. Hey @TK., Nice, clean look, thanks for upgrading the forum, but, this was the perfect moment to implement SSL? Cheers, Kees
  3. Thanks Thomas, but I already found that page. As @antichambre stated, I only want to use interrnal characters. There must be a simple way to achieve this I hoped (without having to us 2 character postions like ->). Cheers Kees
  4. Hi all, my first NG-project is alive ;) I build a switchable USB to 4 DIN midi port router. Al from parts I have laying around. After a evening digging this forum and trying, it just works. Now I can control my Volca's with a single USB midi keyboard (hurray). I don't get one thing: How do I get special characters on the display?? For example in the next line I like to have a arrow instead off the >-sign (or the solid >) EVENT_SENDER id=1 if_equal=Button:1:1 fwd_to_lcd=1 type=NoteOn chn=1 key=any lcd_pos=1:32:1 label="> %e" ports=00001000000000000000 [17:36]
  5. Hi all, I noticed that this forum has no encrypted connection https (anymore)… Has this always been so, or is this new. Since we all login over here, I think this is a bit of a security issue, since our passwords are transmitted in plain text. So especialy for those who use passwords on multiple sites (never a good idea) beware.. Cheers, Kees
  6. Tnx, tried it without the \ seqregex = re.compile("MIDIbox SEQ V4\+:MIDIbox SEQ V4\+ MIDI ([1-4]) [0-9]") works! Cheers, Kees
  7. So, finaly took the time and a PI3 I had laying around and installed the software.... The problem is that pyBLM can't find the Seq4: pi@pyblm:~ $ ./pyblm/pyBLM.py pyBLM launched. pyBLM init ERROR: Couldn't find the seq When checking for available midi-ports I get: pi@pyblm:~ $ amidi -l Dir Device Name IO hw:0,0,0 Launchpad Mini MIDI 1 IO hw:1,0,0 MIDIbox SEQ V4+ MIDI 1 IO hw:1,0,1 MIDIbox SEQ V4+ MIDI 2 IO hw:1,0,2 MIDIbox SEQ V4+ MIDI 3 IO hw:1,0,3 MIDIbox SEQ V4+ MIDI 4 IO hw:2,0,0 Launchpad Mini MIDI 1 Output of mido.get_input_names() gives: MIDIbox SEQ V4+:
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    Just some various images of my Midibox/Music builds
  9. Yes, mine too, although I was a couple of years older.... Great, end of summer is ok!! ~Cheers, Kees
  10. Hi Antichambre, I am also interested in a PCB and TIA chip... Still got some? Cheers, Kees
  11. A W E S O M E ! ! I tried to get a hard fault, even turned the LPK in a 32th note arp... No !! HARD FAULTS !! any more. Thank you very much TK. Cheers, Kees
  12. Hey TK., This works! So the order is correct. Now I have to find out why I get !! HARD FAULTS !! after some time (20 to 30 seconds of playing) Setup: Akai LPK25 -> via usb -> RPi B+ -> via osc -> SEQ4 -> routed to Midi out1 -> Shruthi The address location is different every time.. Cheers, Kees
  13. Hi Tk, Tnx again! When I send to SEQ4, the midi monitor on the SEQ4 recognizes sysex. I route the incoming OSC to USB1 and MIOS Studio gives me: While I send: matches found: midimessage ( 144, 60, 116 ) -> /midi1 ,m MIDI [0x00 0x90 0x3c 0x74] matches found: midimessage ( 128, 60, 127 ) -> /midi1 ,m MIDI [0x00 0x80 0x3c 0x7f] These are the last two messages. and should give: 90 3c 74 80 3c 7f Same messages sent to OSC tool (velocity changes due to real keyboard used ;)): Cheers, Kees
  14. You are exactly right! My apologies for the confusion. Cheers, Kees
  15. Hi TK. Thanks! But... With the original version of OSC2MIDI When I send from my SEQ4 to my osc2midi thingie and I route the incoming message to an usb->midi port to an syntbox it plays everything correct! When I send from my osc2midi device to my SEQ4 it recognizes it as a SYSEX message. When I switch to the alternative compiled version of OSC2MIDI Midibox recognizes the incoming message and play it (routed to a midiport) OSC2MIDI does not recognize the incoming message. Conclusion Outgoing messages from SEQ4 to osc2midithingie works, the other w
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