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  1. Ok i found the files on the: 9090 Project (the TR-909 clone) facebook group. You need to be member of facebook though Christ.
  2. Hi Phatline, thanks for the work. Unfortunately this does not work. Anyone else with an old firmware on the HD? Chriss
  3. do you need it for lpc17 or STM32F4 board?   (ask because the tread was started for the other way round...)

    i cant download the Gitubfiles (dont see a download button, and i am a offline coder...)... so i can take the one i have on harddisc - it is from 23.OCT 2018 (dont know if they are the same)--- or you show me how to download it...

    -so lpc or stm32F4?

    1. Phatline


      ok got, i have to download the whole repo.... (pfff). so one question left - LPC or STM?

    2. chriss



      can you send me the file from 2018 as well.



    3. chriss


      And if you have a MBSEQ_HW.V4 file for the mb909 please send it too. 

      thanks so much


  4. Thanks phatline. here is the Link: https://github.com/midibox/mios32/tree/master/apps/sequencers/MB909 hope that Works chriss
  5. Hi. Has anyone a working mb909 firmware (the one from jef) for the lpc17 Core. I found the directory on Github but i am Not able to compile. ( If its compilable anyway!). There must be a hex file on someone’s harddrive out there. thanks Chris’s
  6. thanks blingy pm send christoph
  7. I would take the last one if still avaible...to Germany. Thx Christoph
  8. Nice work. I like that you can switch between different input voltages. Very cool. Last week I stumbled over the mutable instrument schematics as well. I prefer the the attenuverting scaler from the braids schematic. Should work with a MCP6002. Christoph.
  9. Hi guys. After some rather long baby and buchla absence I am starting slowly to collect info about my midi2cv module. Some nice progress here the last month. Has anyone build a box with a CS PCB with led rings and oleds? One question occurred yesterday when I wanted to check out the clock divider function. But I couldn't find it in the lemur template. Since I am not able to test this with the real core (and the minimal CS) at the moment, I wanted to ask if this will be implemented in the lemur CS. Or when it's already there where to find it. As you might know one of my most wanted wishes is to integrate the midi2cv into modular land. Clock input is already on the request list. Another one would be cc implementation. Then one could control the module with a cv2cc interface. (Clock speed, clock divide...... Can this be done? Does it make sense? Christoph.
  10. Hi there. Just wanted to report. After a heavy week and finally upgrading my seq3 with a lpc17 board, I could test this feature. I works like Thorsten described. I took an old pic8 core and installed mb64 on it, which has the 8 analog ins ready to use. Then I took a simple pot and could control the steps of the track. I can not say how stable but it is pretty awesome to have an analog Lfo controlling the seq4. Next for me is to build a proper PIC protection/scaling circuit, so that a 0-10 voltage (alternative -5/+5 volt) is controlling step 1-16. For the trigger inputs START and STOP it should work already with a proper transistor circuit (pulling the appropriate DIN to ground). This should work in parallel to the CS Button? DIN input: For the external step inputs 1-16. For example: high voltage on DIN input corresponding to step 7 jumps right to step 7. Shouldn't this work already in manual step mode? Ah. Ok only for the steps which are active on the CS. I am still thinking in 16 step sequences. So we would need extra DINs as stated before. Some things in my mind. - External clock input. - It would be cool to jump to an specific step and tell the Aout to update the voltage while turning the knob. Without triggering the gate output. - clock divider outputs. This is all so exiting and cool. Sadly I don't have more time and things go very slowly. Thanks Thorsten. Incredible features for people with analog gear. Christoph.
  11. It seems that I just have one way communication. I tried the latest software yesterday and still no update. Than I thought, maybe the lemur needs the information from the core to update? But I couldn't find any info on that. And I couldn't manage to send anything from the core to the lemur. I am using OSC by the way. With a dedicated router. And without a computer. Christoph
  12. Hi thorsten. If you still have your Christmas gift, I would be very happy to take it. Looking forward to a pcb as well. Christoph.
  13. I can absolutely confirm this. Just happened last week. And parts are cheaper and you have no shipping cost. (my orders usually go beyond the 65.- euro). Thanks I already have something like that. I thought there might be something really small.... I was building the aout in my seq3, with the jacks on top of everything (8cv/4gate). I always and still love the fact that everything is in one case and the feeling that the sequencer is controlling my synth is more intense for me. I just like compact things. And I know this is luxury but I want a dedicated aout in every midi box controller I build. But I didn't want to distract you from this beautiful case design. It is definitely is a strong argument to have the Aout somewhere behind the desk or in the modular and only on big data cable from the midibox to there. And to have one slick desktop case for tweaking. I am looking forward building this thing. I had always something like an euro/4u/5u modular module in mind. Direct put in my modular. I think it depends on how much/what you want to control with lemur and how much/what with the CS case. At the moment I am overwhelmed by the devices/boxes involved. iPad goes-> midibox cv goes-> Aout goes-> analog synth. Buchla is always good for inspiration Christoph.
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