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  1. midiphy SEQ v4+

    When is the next round of cases expected? Will there be more next time?  Thanks.
  2. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Looks like I missed out on the RH complete kit, I'll probably wait until the next round. Congratulations on getting this out guys :)
  3. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Nevermind, found the info I needed.
  4. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Congratulations on releasing the video, will be keeping a close eye on the store :)
  5. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Is there any news on when a kit which includes case and hardware might be available?
  6. midiphy SEQ v4+

    You're not too late, rather just in time! Keep an eye on this thread and on midiphy.com
  7. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Take my money!
  8. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Just wondering, are you able to give an estimated ballpark figure for the price of the complete kit?
  9. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Hi Peter, thanks for the Mouser BOM! Is there any mechanism with your website which could alert us via email when the complete kit (minus Mouser components) can be ordered? Definitely interested. Cheers.
  10. Find the sidstation in this studio

    Sorry to ressurect an old thread, but does anyone know in what NIN songs I can hear a SID?  I never noticed he had one before.
  11. Patch change without LCD - problem

    Wilba - you pointed me in the right direction once again, thanks.  I have the din module shown here; http://www.avishowtech.com/mbhp/mbhp_dinR3.html It turns out I had the SIL resistor networks mounted the wrong way, and I swapped the 3 connections on the rotary encoder and all seems fine now :) Now it's time to make some music.  I feel a SID/Electric guitar duet coming on  ;D
  12. Patch change without LCD - problem

    Wilba - You're the man! It turns out it was stuck on one of the zelda patches.  I could change the patch through mios studio as you mentioned, but I am having no luck with the rotary encoder and menu button. In the mean time can you tell me how to change the patches useing just the rotary encoder and the menu button?  (my midi keyboard is away from the pc and using the mouse to play tunes isn't fun) I'm going to have some serious fun with this thing when I get the lcd display!!
  13. Patch change without LCD - problem

    The solder joints look good but I'll keep looking.  What other possible reasons would cause the core to restart?
  14. Hi guys.  I just completed my sid and it's working fine with the inbuilt patch!  I don't have an LCD yet, but in an attempt to get more sounds out of the sid I plugged in a DIN module, with a menu button and rotary encoder, plus a bankstick. The bankstick formatted successfully and I transferred the preset patches to the bankstick.  Now I seem to get some funny results with the bankstick plugged in.  Every time I press a key it results in a 6 tone tune being played, which does not change with different keys pressed.  I tried changing patches by pressing the menu button twice then twisting the rotary encoder but the 6 tone tune still remains, although with a different timbre.  The sid is putting out some funny sounds with the bankstick in place.  BTW I'm not hearing a startup tune, I'm wondering if the startup tune is what I'm hearing when the bankstick is installed and keys are pressed?  The sound changes as soon as I install the bankstick. Is this supposed to happen? (I would have thought the default patch would remain until changed) As soon as I remove the bankstick normal operation resumes.  I'll be getting the LCD next week.  Has anyone successfully changed patches without the LCD attached? Cheers