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  1. And I realise of course the simpler solution is to just build an MB808
  2. That makes perfect sense. I realise it's not a simple feature to add. Just out of curiosity, how much code space / CPU time is left over in the current BLM Core?
  3. http://ucapps.de/midibox_seq_manual_blm.html What I'm talking about is integrating a percussion sequencer - however limited - into any space that might be left on the BLM Core itself.
  4. Simple, feature reduced, stand-alone percussion sequencer running on the BLM's Core? To MIDI Out and/or DOUT triggers? (ie, like drum mode of MBSEQ, or the MB808)
  5. I don't know if this will help or not, but recently I have been researching USB Host MIDI on Android platform. I found a note on one software company's site that said a USB hub was needed that supports "Multi-Transaction Translator" (MTT or Multi-TT). This will allow multiple USB MIDI devices to connect via the hub to an Android host. I've found hubs with those magic words in their description for around $20 on ebay, so perhaps this is worth trying out?
  6. I am so very impressed D: YES!! My Roland MKS7 can has user memory!! Now this brings an interesting thought to mind - if you hooked up some CV outputs you could have a patch memory programmer for an analog modular synth... One other thought - would it be possible to have a minimalist version with say two groups of [ 4 encoders + 1 OLED ] and a page/menu system to access different voice parameters?
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    Hey Wilba, I'd like to put myself down for one (possibly two) in the next batch, but I don't have edit privs on the wiki.
  8. Hi Thorsten. Great stuff! I have been hunting all over for exactly this solution. I should have known to come check here first ^_^ I'm keen to try this out. A question or two if I may? Do you have any ideas why USB hubs are not working? You mentioned power issues before - have you (or anyone else) tried a powered hub? Or do you have any other thoughts about how that might be fixed? If not, then I might try another board with more than one USB port, like say the new Raspberry Pi Model B+. Granted, that will involve porting MIOS :/ but I think FreeRTOS runs on it already at least.
  9. FreeRTOS has been ported :frantics: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=72&t=22423
  10. Pardon my thread necromancy: This guy has a USB MIDI control board and a bunch of control software (running under Max for Live) for the MegaDrive. http://little-scale.blogspot.com.au/search/label/sega%20mega%20drive%20%2F%20genesis It appears his first run of boards sold out already: http://little-scale.com/
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