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  1. Hello everyone. I'm in the middle of a project and need some more DIN modules. Unfortunately they're out of stock at modular addict. Is there another seller, where I can purchase the modules? I live in Germany and. I could't find another seller besides modular addict. Thank you in advance! Have a nice day! Frederik
  2. ok. Thank you! :)
  3. Ok that is very helpful! It's going to be quite a big controller...so this is really important information! Thank you :) So the length of single wires for e.g. Din or Dout is not that important, but for pots and faders it is?
  4. thanks for your replies! ok that helps a lot! You mean because of jitter, or latency? How close should I position the modules?
  5. Hey! I'm pretty much done with planning my DAW controller but I have some questions about cores, precisely how many modules I can connect to them. I know this is probably beginner knowledge, but I couldn't find the right answers and also couldn't find other posts about this. Now my questions: - I can connect two AIN64 modules to one core. But is this all the core can handle or is it possible to also connect other modules to the same core, like Din modules, or mf modules etc? - Is it possible to cascade button matrices? Or do I need a new Core for every new matrix? Thanks
  6. Thank you for your reply! I’m sorry I meant switch. A snap action switch is a switch which stays pressed until pressed again. I only searched for the German term „rastend“ but couldn’t find the right one. I’m still not sure, if it would be easier so find very small switches and add my own button caps. The SSL EQ strip consists of four buttons and a LED next to everyone. I don’t want to add more DOUT modules for the LEDS, I simply want to chain them after the switch so they will be on when the button is pushed. Therefore I need snap action switches These will be the only switches, whi
  7. SSl Blog Post 02 Hello again, Last time I wrote about the design process of my console. In this post I want to focus on the electronic part. In the last couple of weeks I searched for the right knobs, faders and pots for the project and I nearly found all I need. The pots were the simplest part. I opted for the Alpha 10k Lin https://www.musikding.de/Alpha-Potentiometer-16mm-10k-lin Each channel will have one motorized fader. Here I choose the PSM01-082A-103B2. https://www.mouser.de/ProductDetail/bourns/psm01-082a-103b2/?qs=MAZTpT1IVl8rvdecO07rRA==&
  8. I plan to use alpha pots. I got them recommended from a friend. Hopefully they will do a good job. I found an article in another thread which referred to the possibility to use 3 cores or even more. I found some background information about using 3 cores with an stm32f4 but not more. There should be a limit to the core processing wise but unit now I couldn't find the numbers. Thats an interesting idea with the minicomputers. I have to look into that! Thank you very much so far :)
  9. Thank you for you're replies! I also thought about using endless pots, but I want to have the hard stops in the pots to work without looking. When I load a different song the DAW shouldn't change any settings as long as I don't touch any pots. If I'm right, the DAW safes the last information and will only change it when she receives a new information. So the pot wouldn't point in the same direction as the plugin, but the plugin would be still on the right position, right? I especially want to use analog pots, cause I like the stiffness in turning them more over the haptic of endless po
  10. Hey This idea is probably very stupid and very expensive… I want to build my own SSL Console. I wanted to have a console like this for years, but with a starting price of around 50.000€ even the cheapest one is still way too expensive for me. I’m not building an audio mixing console, I’m building a DAW controller with the layout of the current ORIGIN console. Luckily most of the legendary SSL hardware components are available as plugins. I think and hope the MIDIbox modules and software should be the answer to all my problems, but I hope and would kindly ask f
  11. Ok, I think I will work with pots, because I want to see the settings and position of the Plugin on the channel strip and don't want to look at the screen to see, which direction the pot is looking at. That would mean, I only need AIN modules, MF modules and cores, right? Do you know, if there is a maximum cascading option for the AIN modules connected to one core?
  12. Thanks for your reply! I thought of choosing normal analog potis for the EQ and the bus section. I know they will not change their position, if I work on another project. But I think that's fine by me. I mean analog mixing consoles worked like this for years. But, if we say I work on project A and change the positions of the potis, then work on project B, the plugins should not change any values as long as I don't touch any potis, right? For now I thought of not using any LEDs for the sake of simplicity. So there just would be 'normal' faders, potis and buttons to operate and 32
  13. Ok, I know this project seems a little too much and it’s probably near impossible of not impossible to do, but I want to try it anyway… I want to build myself a DAW controller based on the design and layout of the SSL Origin console. I don’t need such a big controller and its in no way logical to build one and put this much time in this project, but I just love the idea of having a nearly two meters wide mixing console as the centerpiece of my studio. The plan I created in the last month: The controller should consist of 32 channels with one motorfader and 38 buttons/ po
  14. OK. Sounds good! I ordered all parts needed but just one per piece and will try to get it running. Afterwards I think I will order the rest! Thank you for your help! One generell question I still have, Is there a maximum of controllable faders, potis, etc for Midi?
  15. Thanks for your reply! I'm still not completely sure how to connect multiple AINSER 64. Is it possible to connect more than two like the schematic you send? And another question. Do you know where I can purchase the CORE_LPC17 Module? I cannot find any shop which have them available.
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