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  1. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Congrats and thanks for the kind testimonial! Totally right about SMT not being the devil, well as long as it's conceived for hand soldering in the design. :) #36 is your serial number
  2. BLM 16x16+X build guide

    I'm very glad; that's a great resolution! :)
  3. Awesome job and thanks for the testing and feedback! Let us know how it goes with the light|shield flex :)
  4. CC naming per synth

    I don't think a custom naming is possible and every synth will likely use different names. But how about editing the respective label file? Then recompile the app with the change implemented.
  5. Rotary encoder backlighting made easy!

    Nice idea! Are they 0402 parts? Were they soldered by hand or preassembled?
  6. I think we could use a beta tester :) Peter will be in contact!
  7. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Very well done and thanks for the beers!?! Hope you can enjoy one yourself -- during the next jam? Best, Andy
  9. Great tip! Not sure exactly what temperature you need for heatshrink (maybe around 100°C is fine), but if you use a low airflow rate and just bring the nozzle as close as needs be you should be good.
  10. Enclosures?

    What other CAD software experience do you have? If it's all new and you'd rather not learn, Protocase is still okay. With the possible costs of e.g. a Fusion subscription and a few design iterations of the first attempts you do, probably that $340 is pretty good. If you want to develop your skills and do more case work in the future, definitely go down that route. Another option would be to design the panel as a PCB, have it fabbed and find a matching case for it e.g. the PT-10. Yet another option is to design an acrylic case that can be laser-cut in 2D and snaps together.
  11. Enclosures?

    For what project do you need an enclosure? Protocase is awesome and very reasonably priced for one-offs where they take care of everything for you. A great company to work with. The other way would be to machine your own but this requires tools and skills on your part
  12. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Awesome job!  Almost forgot your serial number #34
  13. Troubleshooting midiphy SEQ v4+

    Yep, the case hardware screws won't work perfectly with the Mouser part. I would personally recommend to use the 4-40 MF standoffs that come with the DB-25 socket as case mounts and keep the black screws for another day. Then you can properly mate a DB-25 cable. If you prefer the look of the >>panhead<< screws, feel free to mangle the thread in the DB-25, but you need nuts on the inside to keep it tight.
  14. Troubleshooting midiphy SEQ v4+

    Building an RH    Building an LH   But Peter shows you the differences here. So if I understand the assembly video you can change the location of the longer cable to suit your case variant.    
  15. Troubleshooting midiphy SEQ v4+

    Nice that you got the FLUXTEST working!   Cables should be almost the same lengths for RH/LH, as they have to travel from the left to the right for both cases' cases. :)