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  1. Want to buy one PIC18F4685 with MIOS bootloader burned on it.
  2. Hi Riggs, which PIC is this? PIC18F4685?
  3. Hi Scott I have two SID 8580 chips, I can check the R later, one is tested and working fine, the other worked fine the last time I used it but I can still throw it in my Midibox SID to make sure it's working.
  4. from SEQ_CV_SendPackage in core/seq_cv.c: // if channel 1..8: set only note value on CV OUT #1..8, triggers Gate #1..8 // if channel 9..12: set note/velocity on each pin pair (CV OUT #1/2, #3/4, #5/6, #7/8), triggers Gate #1+2, #3+4, #5+6, #7+8 // if channel 13..15: set velocity/note on each pin pair (CV OUT #1/2, #3/4, #5/6), triggers Gate #1+2, #3+4, #5+6 // if channel 16: trigger the extension pins (DOUT) This is entirely new to me! Is the pairing feature only available via the actual tracks 9-15 on the Seq? So this way there already is a velocity feature implemented, which is
  5. My focus lies on slide and accent information, so I guess I'll answer my own question with "no" Slide (or better glide) is taken care of by the Seq itself, which leaves accent. So I am assuming that a hack is possible, e.g. output a logic high on a separate DOUT pin whenever the track step's velocity is above 100?
  6. Apologies if this has been explained before and I simply didn't find it. See title. Correct me if I'm wrong: the SID V2 engine seems to offer the option to directly forward various information to the "gate" output pins, including gate, slide, and accent information (when using the bassline or drum mode) Is the same possible with the SEQ V4? Or are the gate outputs (I will be using a dedicated DOUT shift register) somehow hard-wired to pair up with their respective CV channels? Like gate 1 always goes with CV 1 (and outputs the gates of the track that CV 1 is assigned to)
  7. I've been testing the CV V2 app on my Core LPC17 and I'm using the standard SCS. Is it still the case that no sequencer features are available via the SCS? Are they only available from the lemur/ipad/touch screen? Or is the LPC17 firmware not updated anymore, i.e. I'd have to get a STM32F4 to get access to more and/or newer features? Thanks
  8. Thanks midiwanted!
  9. I'm one of those guys with a 4x20 LCD and 10 buttons on their SID v2 (5 above, 5 below). Menu scrolling is great, just not perfectly intuitive. Right now I am diving into the code and trying to make the necessary changes to make the menu scroll 5 (or even 10) parameters at a time (which equals one full line, or a full page). I just feel like this is more intuitive than the current way of scrolling through the parameters one at a time. Even, say, on a 2-line LCD it doesn't feel optimal for me because it would feel better to know that, i.e. I can find OSC always at the first entry either in li
  10. Hi Ilmenator, do you have 1 spare available for me? Thanks!
  11. I think the voice CC have been changed recently, rendering the txt file on ucapps.de outdated. Are you using CC# 13-15? (See the txt file included in the firmware package.) Just to be sure..
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