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About xarolium

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  1. By the way do you need help to design a new pcb, I m prototype designer and can provide some service to help day community ;)
  2. Hi there, i would be very happy to buy a pcb for this project,any left? And what about the case? thank you
  3. Zam, Thank you for your answer The problem is not how to interface the console with the DAW cause it already works pretty well. The issue is that actually protools allow me to set only four HUI interface so it's 32 channels and i would like to control 48 channels. My question is how to modify this 8 channels per HUI limit or is there an other protocol that allow me to control 48 channels.
  4. Yes but it allow me to control only 32 channels (4 x 8 channels) and i need 48 How can i do it ?
  5. Ok after i wrote the first topic i found how to control Trim, Read, latch, Auto functions of the channel. I simply was trying to use the wrong zone. As describe on this table, Port18 is used to control those parameters and i did it with success ;) The only thing i still have to found is how to control more than 8 faders at the same time Thank you for your help
  6. Hello every Midi Diyer, Some time ago i bought a Soundtracs Jade console 48 channels. What a wonderful no so expensive console it is ! The first version of the Jade console came with a "TrackMix2" old computer that allow users to automate the VCAs of each channels, but this system is completely obsolete and nobody know how to upgrade it (i contacted Tim from www.studiosystems.co.uk but he doesn't know anything about it, no schematic of service manual...) So i decided to recreate those but with more fun function like controlling protools parameters. I use the HUI protocol t
  7. Great ;) I would be happy if you share your Eagle files than i would make my own PCBs too and share the extra with the Midibox community ;)
  8. Thank you for your answer. I have an other question about dual colours leds. Green leds on GP leds are only use to display current playing step, isn't it ? so why not simply be the red leds state inverted during half lenght between two steps. I explain myself: if they are 24 clock ticks between each steps the current step led will be inverted only 12 ticks that will make the visual step clearer especially if all 16 steps are On without the need of the second leds. Does it make sense ? Where, in the code, can i modify this thing ? I try to find a solution to not us
  9. Dear diyer, I want to design my own SEQ V4 PCB with Key switches (Same used on Circlon sequencer) and illuminated encoders. The Encoder leds will display the current active step and i want to get 16x4 button/leds matrix. My question is, can i used the first row of the 16x4 button/led matrix as GP button ? Thank you for your help Xaro
  10. Dear TK, Thank you for the link, I spent lot of time to find this without success, i should be blind :pinch: Best regards, Xarolium
  11. Dear TK, I 'm building a midi interface based on Teensy3.1 (i know it will be simple to use Core32 module instead but don't have one yet) and i add 16 rotary encoders to my project connected as describe in the DIN module page. The problem is that i try to code to interface with the encoder but result is not very accurate. Could you share your piece of code you use to scan the encoder or put me on the way to get good result ? Best regards, Xarolium
  12. What shame, I did not select the right pin in the program. everything is back in order. Sorry to have called into question the code. Thank you for your work ! Best regards, Xarolium
  13. Dear Midiboxer, I updated my Midibox CV1 to the 1.3 version and no more CLK and Start/stop pin stay at 5v I came back to the 1.2c version thne everything working fine. I think there is a bug in this version Best regards, Xarolium
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