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stryd_one last won the day on July 27 2013

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  1. You can take the midiboxes away from the man, but you can't take the man away from the midiboxes.

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    2. seppoman
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      Yay, he's alive - good to see that!

    4. /tilted/


      Hey, are you still back? I still have a couple of chips for you!

  2. old fart, hows things??

  3. Absolutely killer!!! A huge congratulations to you on this TK, truly impressive in every way. You're an inspiration to us all.
  4. Ahhh resynthesis, one of my favourite toys! You forgot the partials' amplitude envelopes, and that's the bit you really want to know ;) That's why most wave editors do 3D FFT... Consider a textual representation of an envelope with some dozens of breakpoints, and maybe it won't be so 'digestible' any more... Guess it depends on whether you're digesting/parsing it by eye or by software or what... What's the plan exactly? Anyway to answer your question, 5 minutes in google got me these hints: max and pd and processing and matlab and octave do it... audacity does it... http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/printview.php?t=210852&start=0 I'm sure a few more minutes will get you something really useful :)
  5. Hehehe no need for apologies man. It's good to feel confident, and if we can help...... Can't wait to see it running :)
  6. Does it do this with the default configuration, or only with your ini file?
  7. Check the datasheet and wire them correctly ;) Typically, yes - but if you get it wrong, you will fry things, so... see the answer to question #1 :)
  8. Wilba' is the best source around ATM, but..... use the search on the wiki. You'd have found wilba's page, and this one: http://www.midibox.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=soundcards_with_ymf262_and_or_yac512_chips
  9. Hmmmm, the 'black blocks' initialisation doesn't seem right, what's with all the missing blocks? Is that normal for that LCD? ... Doesn't look good :( (Perhaps a dead LCD...)
  10. Nah, that's part of MIOS, and not the app - nothing you need to worry about. Look to the application files - in this case, its midio_presets.inc Again this is fairly easy to find if you just search through the application files (using grep or your IDE or similar) - I found it quickly in app_defines.h In the vast majority of cases (ie, unless you are doing something crazy/stupid/weird) MIOS can be ignored and you only need to worry about the app itself. Hopefully that info will save you from searching through so many files :)
  11. I know this probably isn't the answer you were hoping for, but I think it would be much faster to re-do the ini file from scratch, than to try to recreate it from the chip and edit it :( Sorry mate.... FWIW, I tend to email files like these to my gmail account - makes for a nice offsite backup, and with such small files it's really easy.
  12. Hah, they can't even spell unprosperous right.
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