Rio

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About Rio

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  • Birthday 04/26/1978

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  1. [WTB][done] Core8/SID Modules or PCB

    already done, thanks
  2. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    tested it. sorry, but the navigation for mute page is totally confusing for me now ... I don't see the advantage there either. It's too much "click" for me. In the end i just want to mute something on the page quick & simple. I also have no problem as it has been solved so far.
  3. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    The idea is not only for the CPU nor for my panel layout. I have not looked further in the sources, but if it is midiphy related it should only be available for the related midiphy layout (by compiler flag or explicit options). Otherwise the mute/select workflow should work as usual (as the default option).
  4. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    the prebuild is not for my cpu ... Can you provide a LPC17 prebuild or take a screenshot / short description?
  5. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

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  6. I am looking for something more professionally manufactured PCBs or ready-made modules (Core8 and/or Sid Module). If someone has left in Europe and no longer needs it - please PM me. Thanks, rio.
  7. midibox 18f4685 LOAD software

    why did someone solder this in? it's obvious. And also check the Midi In port. yes change the MIDI Out port and then test it in mios studio. if you do not have a desoldering iron, cut the legs and remove the legs with heat using a soldering iron and pliers.
  8. midibox 18f4685 LOAD software

    Hey, What are you talking about - the midi port? IN or OUT? I'm not sure what you're examining. Here the schematics from http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp_core.html with all the interconnections: http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_core_v3.pdf Greetings, rio
  9. Because it just sends back the request code. Edit: sorry my fault...i used a "forward sysex code" in the past ... i just couldn't remember. that was the reason..
  10. Hi, What could be the reason why the PIC18F4685 sends the status request (triggered by "query" button in MIOS studio) back to the midi-in?: f0 00 00 7e 32 00 00 01 f7 In Midi Studio, the pic is recognized correctly, only the additional response is wrong. Greetings, rio
  11. midibox 18f4685 LOAD software

    The way to the doctor is certainly not necessary for that ;)
  12. midibox 18f4685 LOAD software

    Hey, What do you mean by "deleted" exactly? What does the LCD or "Mios Studio 2" report if you connect Midi In and Out to the PC as soon as you switch on the core? And yes, the boot loader comes up first (it has its own address) Note: here are some useful docs/infos: http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp_core.html http://www.ucapps.de/mios_bootstrap_newbies.html http://www.ucapps.de/mios_bootstrap_experts.html http://www.ucapps.de/howto_debug_midi.html Greetings, rio
  13. midibox 18f4685 LOAD software

    hi. you don't really need to burn if you still have a bootloader on the pic. the upgrades also go through midi .. PS: But if you really want to "burn", several things are crucial. I would recommend that you take a new PIC for testing and not this one that's already baked.. in any case then do not use the file in the "midi" folder. Greetings,
  14. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    I was just wondering because in the "MIDI" config on the Jam Page, it has not yet been updated. Greetings.
  15. midibox 18f4685 LOAD software

    hi and welcome, Do you want to drive an update? Is there already firmware on it? Then it is possible to upload the firmware (newer bootloader or newer mbsidv2) via midi. What response do you get when you use mios studio 2, connect and set "midi in" and "midi out" for your device and you press the "query" button for example for "device ID:" 0? But please don't load a hex file for it yet ... first you need to look at which ID and version the PIC is responding. Greetings!