tashikoma

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  1. PIC Programmer

    Hi karg my pinning yours is right PICKIT_PIN1- 16F88_PIN4 a 10k resistor between PICKIT PIN 3 (so 16f88_pin5  ( vdd )) PICKIT_PIN2 -16F88_PIN14 (Vcc) to connector for external power supply PICKIT_PIN3-16F88_PIN5 ( vdd ) and to connector for external power supply PICKIT_PIN4-16F88-PIN13 PICKIT_PIN5-16F88_PIN12   i power with external power supply in my remenber at 13.1v cause the pickit can't provide more than 5v...so don't click power from tool... i use Mplab X IDE or this (mirochip archive) http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/PICkit3%20Programmer%20Application%20v3.10.zip but don't remember wich was .hex app buggy with wich pic.... (i had a problem one time with the pickit apps) and you've got to switch with the correct mode with MPlab the pickit... also the pickit v3.1 apps don't want to close at home you've got to force it. i haven't 16f88 in my stock to explain you the process!  
  2. Mongrol's MidiboxSEQv4 Build

    yes i agree, easiest solution...
  3. Mongrol's MidiboxSEQv4 Build

    i was talking about the ALPS encoder . not the wheel rubbing or datawheel knob in the WILBA design the datawheel encoder is the only soldered on the rear of  the PCB: http://www.midibox.org/dokuwiki/lib/exe/detail.php?id=wilba_mb_seq_construction_guide&media=wilba_mb_seq:spacer_locations.jpg with ALPS stec 12 it's difficult to mount it on the rear , bending the lateral fixation legs in a reverse way for soldering is not ideal . that why on my SEQ i have mounted all encoder on the front of the PCB. but if you solder the encoder on a little piece of perfboard (with lateral fixation legs straight/centered not externally bended ) and drill holes near each lateral fixation legs on the perfboard (distance between each holes equal distance of the two hole for fixation leg on the PCB) you could attach/fix the encoder on the rear of PCB with two screw and nuts...so you win some space for the datawheel knob shaft... sorry for my english , i don't use the good words or syntax.... oops
  4. Mongrol's MidiboxSEQv4 Build

    what we would not do without our moms! ALPS stec12 have no thread and nut ... not cool for the datawheel don't think bending and soldering external legs will be solid if rear mouting.... mine is front "panel mount"  ... EDIT: perhaps soldering the encoder on a piece of perfboard and fixed it with 2 screws/nuts via legs holes on the CS board would do the job....
  5. Mongrol's MidiboxSEQv4 Build

    Yeah! Nice build!   me too :D but so cool to have blinking lights machine ! is it the datawheel from adafruit?
  6. Mongrol's MidiboxSEQv4 Build

    Yeah! Nice build!   me too :D but so cool to have blinking lights machine ! is it the datawheel from adafruit?
  7. PIC Programmer

    Hello Karg i use a pickit3 clone on windows....15 bucks ...perfect... works well .. i  think it's the same unit than the original....same chinese manufacturer ...but not labelled microchip! use with MPLAB X IDE or PIckit 3.01 programmer (free download on microchip) depend the .hex and device.... pickit 2 is better for some reasons... but pickit 3 compatible with latest device... you have to use adapter or building it for each device in respect of datasheet.... and the "read me text" on "help" menu in software Best
  8. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    No bug on my side with  GP buttons on 4.091 beta. but in MIXER maps does the hold SELECT button for activing LiveSend is implemented in EDIT Mode?
  9. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Thanks jjonas, HW setup edited!  thanks too for your great manual....
  10. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Hi Thorsten, after do a UNDO you could do a REDO! (not important ) it's just some ideas....or lack of knowledge, some are pertinent other are foolish! thanks Best
  11. i think too that the missing IC is another td62783apg but not important for debug.... if Braintu doesn't respond: if all the DIN/DOUT board are ok you can draw a schematic with wich switch DIN pin is wired to... same with led and DOUT. and editing the firmware with the correct DIN/DOUT map (there is one encoder it's like two switch) how to compile a new firmware: http://www.midibox.org/dokuwiki/application_development it's a simple project (i never build the clockbox but another projects about the same boards) and it's a midibox ....well documented ...good support... it's gonna live!
  12. MBCV v2.01 alternative concept

    Fortunately Andy speaks better French than I speak English! Love this RGB leds .... nice illuminated pots! Andy please stop making amazing projects , I'm gonna have the MBCV 2.01 on my TODO list.... if you continue i will have no time for the music!
  13. Latigid is right , it's the test application loaded not the clockbox application!  after that: There an empty socket for the big LED segment ... IC is missing ... i think without this IC the big LED won't work. there certainly a problem here ... that's why test app had been loaded. what is the identity of regulator and the IC next the missing IC for the LED segment?
  14. MBCV v2.01 alternative concept

    magnifique!  
  15. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Hi all Some ideas: - Autosave mode when pattern changing (cool for editing , not for live....) or a buffer for not loosing work....( more complicated for engine ressource cause the buffer must remember all pattern change) Save : normal /auto /buffer  -multiloop mode (each track have this own loop settings) could be cool with a BLM dedicated page! for jam with micro loops! in loop page: all tracks (static/view) selected track (static/ view) independant tracks (static / view) selection of loop-on per tracks but shorcut ALL+ loop-on will loop all tracks  (with preselected value). - MIDI FILTER for midi in (Song position Pointer/MMC/CC/Note) - MIXER Map item at DEF. page port selection ( you could leave all your pattern in DEF port and a have one midi config for all your patterns.... nice if midi config change and quick way to config ) for EDIT mode. - SYNC/QUANTIZE parameter per track (global track/pattern synchronisation in option page are not ideal for me, think need more brainstorming on this ) the problem is for the pattern change if you configure quick pattern change you can't use the sync to mesure function.... or i've don't understand something :D - BLOCK selection page for copying pattern blocks where you want in the pattern.... (could be cool with the BLM) select with two GP button the block (interval between the two GP button) to copy and with SELECT+ GP button or the datawheel the point in the timeline to paste. it's like the *press & hold* COPY function but with selectionnable paste in the timeline... - REDO i don't learn at 100% the seq possibilities so there's certainly some possibilities that i miss.....or ideas that already implemented!