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  1. Great that it's working now, but further diagnosis is difficult remotely (maybe a picture helps) Best Regards, Thorsten.
  2. Yes - did you ever try the "Live Forwarding" feature of the Jam page? Best Regards, Thorsten.
  3. Yes, the function is different, see also the MIDI Router documentation under http://www.ucapps.de/midibox_seq_manual_m.html Alternatively, also "Track" can be selected as target channel. In this case, incoming MIDI events will be routed to the MIDI port and channel of a track depending on the incoming MIDI channel number. Usecase: MIDI events, such as CC or Notes, should be sent from a master keyboard or MIDI controller to synths which are assigned to different port and MIDI channels in the track configuration. Just select the track with the MIDI channel on your keyboard/controller, the ro
  4. TK.

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    No SSL so far - thanks for the reminder! Best Regards, Thorsten.
  5. Hi, yes, you should read 5V on C3, C4 and J2. But based on your measurements the capacitors don't cause the problem (it would be a short, resulting into 0V at pin 1). Sounds like a bad solder joint or broken track? What happens if you connect pin 1 and 2 with a short wire? Best Regards, Thorsten.
  6. This feature was requested from a user who just wanted to forward MIDI messages to the preconfigured MIDI port/channels of the tracks without further processing, and this is how it's working. Your request goes into a different direction, it's more like a multi channel live/recording function - currently we can only record or play live (+ FX) on a single (selected) track. Allowing more channels would lead to higher RAM consumption, but it could be provided as a MIDIbox SEQ V4+ option, only working on a STM32F4. I'm unsure how Mutes should be handled in this case. I would expect that i
  7. Yes, this makes a difference, because the ADC channels have to be selected differently in the firmware. Here a build for PIC18F4685 - untested (hope that it works): http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_mf_ng_v1_005_pic18f4685.zip Best Regards, Thorsten.
  8. I found this firmware in my backups, the link is working again Best Regards, Thorsten.
  9. It took a bit longer than expected, but finally we've a new forum software and also the gallery should work again Yes, I'm definitely interested on "reporters" for the wordpress blog; let me update the installation, thereafter I can give you access :) Best Regards, Thorsten.
  10. Very cool transparent case! :) Best Regards, Thorsten.
  11. Hi Richie, in MIOS Studio, MBHP_MF_NG configuration tool, please check the MIDI configuration. E.g. the "operation mode" defines, what kind of MIDI events are sent, and the "touch sensor mode" defines, under which conditions they are sent. Best Regards, Thorsten. P.S.: Don't know where to find the MIDI 3 IN/OUT wiring schematics, maybe the forum search function helps.
  12. Unfortunately gallery rebuild times out, and it requires a forum update: https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/ Will check it later this week - updating the forum SW is on my backlog anyhow (since several years ;) Best Regards, Thorsten.
  13. @latigid on some history on this: while previous boards had a pull-up device for this pin, the STM32F4 Discovery Board had a pull-down, therefore I did'n activate an internal pull device to avoid cross-currents. Good that you didn't completely remove the option for an external resistor! :) @Hawkeyegreat demo, I like it! :) With the step sequencer features the LoopA even becomes interesting for me as a guy who unlearned live playing (too much automation - I was better >20 years ago ;-) The graphics are epic! :) Best Regards, Thorsten.
  14. It's difficult to predict if a reversed J19 connection could damage the DAC, but I still use the same board that I got from Seppoman many years ago, and somehow it survived although I sometimes did really stupid wrong connections. Typical test procedure at my side: connect the module (this can be done while MBSEQ is running) crossing fingers that I didn't misinterpreted the schematic enter CV page, re-select the interface with Encoder #16 (e.g. select AOUT, than back to AOUT_NG) -> this will initialize the DAC set different calibration values wi
  15. We will continue the dialog via PM, and if a solution is found, post the update here. Best Regards, Thorsten.
  16. Yes, but I wasn't able to reproduce this at my side. Could only be related to the LPC17 build (it has reduced RAM, and the hard fault address indicates a problem with memory writes), but unfortunately I don't have the HW ready. Best Regards, Thorsten.
  17. Hi Gerhard, I like Python as well and use it sometimes @work, e.g. because it has very powerful libraries for data processing and visualization, and last but not least it's easier to share code with younger colleagues :) I'm not sure how well Python supports MIDI on different operating systems meanwhile - I selected Juce many years ago to get a stable solution for Windows/MacOS/Linux, but I'm missing scripting/quick exploration capabilities. An OS independent Python based MIOS32 communication library would definitely be valuable (but I've no bandwidth to do the groun
  18. Very good! :) A nice feature could be to transfer the files directly via SysEx, so that the SD Card doesn't need to be removed. With some special firmware support (e.g. reload pattern when file has been updated) this could even allow on-the-fly editing. Unfortunately the file transfer protocol isn't properly documented, information has to be puzzled together from MiosFileBrowser in MIOS Studio: https://github.com/midibox/mios32/blob/master/tools/mios_studio/src/gui/MiosFileBrowser.cpp sendCommand() is used to request the directory tree, and the read/write files, and
  19. Hi, I'm currently trying to catch up with the issue reports. Some days before @modus0perandireported the issue with Duplicate FX, a user named "nullptr" at Github submitted a pull request which fixes it - cool! :) -> https://github.com/midibox/mios32/pull/9 Here the new binary: http://www.ucapps.de/mios32/midibox_seq_v4_097_pre5.zip Are there other issues which still appear with this version? (I need a detailed description how to reproduce it at my side) Best Regards, Thorsten.
  20. Ok, ich habe in den entspr. Schaltplaenen dann mal Pin 4 und 5 miteinander verbunden. Wurde ja auch so langsam mal Zeit ;-) -rw-r--r-- 1 TK staff 12558 Dec 30 2015 /Users/TK/Sites/ucapps/mbhp/mbhp_4xsid_c64_psu.pdf -rw-r--r-- 1 TK staff 17371 Jul 1 2007 /Users/TK/Sites/ucapps/mbhp/mbhp_4xsid_c64_psu_optimized.pdf -rw-r--r-- 1 TK staff 22704 Jul 1 2007 /Users/TK/Sites/ucapps/mbhp/mbhp_8xsid_c64_psu_optimized.pdf -rw-r--r-- 1 TK staff 5799 Jun 10 2006 /Users/TK/Sites/ucapps/mbhp/mbhp_sid_c64_psu.pdf Gruss, Thorsten.
  21. Frueher hat man auch Leute auf den Mond geschossen ohne zu bedenken, dass man das in 35 Jahren genau so wiederholen moechte... soviel zum Thema Nachhaltigkeit ;-) Schaust Du bitte nochmal auf den Schaltplan? Ist es nun Pin 4 oder 5, der bei Dir funktioniert? Gruss, Thorsten.
  22. Super! :) Ich hoffe, dass ich in diesem Schaltplan ebenfalls Pin 4 eingetragen habe? -> http://ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_8xsid_c64_psu_optimized.pdf Interessanterweise steht hier: https://allpinouts.org/pinouts/connectors/power_supply/commodore-c64-power-supply/ das Pin 4 manchmal "nc" (not connected) ist, und 5V lediglich auf Pin 5 "garantiert" ist. Gruss, Thorsten.
  23. Hallo Krizz, ich verwende das gleiche Netzteil von c64psu.com, da mir das mit den alten C64 Netzteilen zu gefaehrlich geworden ist - das bisher verwendete ist mittlerweile 35 Jahre alt, die Gefahr ist zu gross, dass irgendwann der 5V Regulator seinen Geist aufgibt und die Chips mit Ueberspannung versorgt. Gestern habe ich das neue Netzteil nach vielen Wochen mal wieder an meine MB6582 angesteckt, interessanterweise war die Spannung etwas niedriger als sonst. Das Backlight des Displays war dunkler als sonst, und nach einigen Minuten wurde der PIC reseted (wahrscheinlich der Br
  24. Hi Rainer, I can help you on this - you got a PM Best Regards, Thorsten.
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