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  1. They are both beautiful ;) But to be honest, they have developed independently and simultaneously. I own the Sequentix P3 (http://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/sequentix-p3) The Cirklon's OS was built on P3 OS v4.5 The P3 as you can see from this yahoo group (if you're a member) has posting back to 2003 (https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/analogue-sequencer/files) the Midibox seq shows: "Erstellt 2003-2004" They are different beasts. I wouldn't be building my Midibox Seq if it was the same as the P3/Cirklon. But I also won't be selling my P3 when I have my
  2. Don't forget MPC 16 Levels feature combined with Note repeat is a great secret weapon Please implement that as well :) The 16 Level feature, let you use the 16 pads (or buttons in the Seqv4's case) to select either 16 levels of velocity or 16 different Note values. So essentially you would make it so buttons 1 - 16 would trigger 16 different levels of Velocity. or 16 different Notes When combined with the Note Repeat and 16 levels provides great live possibilities
  3. +1 for Robotizer though "Secret Weapon" might be more like it :)
  4. I actually very much want this feature but my Midibox Seq is in mid build right now. In the next month it should be done and I'll need this feature , so will report on testing it.
  5. Actually, it should be lpc1769 , so with that said... which selection under lcp17 do i select it has: lpc175x_6x lpx177x_8x ?
  6. Thx! I wasn't sure if there was an LCP17 and LCP1759, so didn't want to assume, not knowing the NXP Products very well. I see when that expands, it has an lpc175x_6x I'm assuming the FreeRTOS under that is what I want to select.
  7. I attached a screen shot, but it seems to have disappeared
  8. Hello, I am trying to get started with the LPC17 CORE module for my Midibox Seq v4. I am following the instructions that are posted here: http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp_core_lpc17.html following the steps for installing the MIOS32 Bootloader I've downloaded the LPCXpresso 5.2.6 and I have installed and registered. It does say this now on the Splash Screen: LPCXpresso5 is fully activated. The instructions on the above link indicates this: "After the LPCxpresso IDE has been opened, create a new "FreeRTOS project" for LPC1700 controllers. This project is only used a
  9. This is one of the way the Sequentix P3 can handles chords. You have an "absolute" chord where you name the Note (eg; d5). Or you can choose an "relative" mode. Where you specify the "offset" from the main note. So if your main note is f4 and you add a +1 then you have g4. http://sequentix.com/pdf/p3-manual-v3.1.006.pdf (under Aux Notes section) ----------> from P3 manual The difference with the relative events is that you can now transpose all the notes in the chord just by changing the main note value on the step. Let’s do the same thing, using the “aux note
  10. So in trying to answer my own question, I've been looking at the source code. But that leaves me with even more questions.. :) I see this here: (root)/trunk/apps/sequencers/midibox_seq_v4/hwcfg/wilba_tpd/MBSEQ_HW.V4 # set this value to 1 if each track has its own set of 16 LEDs to display unmuted steps and current sequencer position # or if you are using a button/led matrix for misc. button/LED functions BLM_ENABLED 1 So the LED's on the matrix will show unmuted steps and current sequencer position. So we have 4 Rows... is that for the 16 steps of the 4 Tracks for the currentl
  11. So, sorry to bring up this old post, but I was wondering if somebody could give me further insight into the function and use of the 4 x 16 BLM. I understand the concept of the BLM, at least at that 16 x 16 x X level. On the larger BLM it's actually a 17 x 17 BLM and the extra colum and row , is how you define the "Modes" of the BLM. So with the simpler, 16 x 4 BLM. How does one control the "Modes"? Or is it a simpler BLM and only controls... ? I see all the instructions on how to build it but just haven't found anything describing its use and function. T
  12. Out of stock there as well: Availability: not in stock Inventory: 0 pcs
  13. Thx! I guess, I'll pay for shipping from Germany from: http://www.csd-electronics.de since i don't want to wait until March....
  14. So Digikey are still out until end of March. I did find here: http://ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_core_lpc17_orderlist.txt Reichelt doesn't sell the MagJack There are several hobbyist distributors for these components, e.g. http://www.csd-electronics.de o MagJack 8 polig print 4xLED (#015-54085) for 3.49 EUR So I see that they actually have some now for 3.95 Euro. But I'm still trying to find somewhere stateside to get these, do you think that these will work from Sparkfun?: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/8534 here's the datasheet for it: https://www.
  15. Digikey is out of stock until March 2014, anywhere else?
  16. I'm looking for this myself, hoping to get your latest files before I build up my Midibox Seq.
  17. The Midibox Seq that I'm building, I'm hoping to replace my Sequentix P3 with, which has 4 Midi Out's, so I'm already doing that currently :) Since this is going to be the heart of my studio, was just trying to maximize as much as possible. I may just have to make one with what I can right now, and then when I can determine how to add more, make a new back panel to accomadate any changes that I make. I have some weird MAM Drum modules and other things that don't have Thru's and eat up my Midi setup quick and I have a MidiTimePiece AV but just looking to optimize things from the start
  18. Ok, that's what I was afraid of... :) May have to later that for my next build or add it on at a later point. Thanks for your input!
  19. That's a possibility, but looking further at it today, I saw this in the Hardware section of the User Manual: http://ucapps.de/midibox_seq_manual_hw.html MBHP_IIC_MIDI modules Up to 4 MBHP_IIC_MIDI modules can be added if desired (note: with a simple hack in the IIC firmware even 8 modules could be accessed from the sequencer - infos available on request). So it looks like there is a hack for the firmware to achieve this. But still not sure what that is ,as well as how to actually achieve it on the hardware level.
  20. So at this page: http://ucapps.de/midibox_seq.html it states this: "multiple MIDI Out ports (up to 11) for reduced MIDI latency" I would like to implement that on my MidiBox Seq that I plan on building or as close to that many as possible. How exactly would this be done? I'm hoping to use the LPC17 --- We have the 2 Standard with the LPC17 board. then the 2 More In and Out's as per here: http://ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_core_lpc17_midi3_midi4_extension.pdf (This would be a custom PCB or Breadboard, right? No prebuilt PCB's for Midi 3 & 4 In/Out for LPC17?) So that's 4 In
  21. When at the Ponoko site, and trying to place an order, it's asking for this info: Choose Size: P1 181 mm x 181 mm P2 384 mm x 384 mm P3 790mm x 790 mm I'm assuming that I would select P2 384 MM x 384 mm ? Is that right?
  22. Got any pics? I may or may not be interested ( i was really planning on building one myself and it would take away from my money to build one) but may be interested...
  23. Got any pics of what it looks like all put together? Really thinking about going this route for my build...
  24. What exactly is the URL for the list? I always have the hardest time finding it for what ever reason (braindead most likely... :) )?
  25. What's "CS"? Is this the Wilba PCB's?
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