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  1. seqv4 songmode

    Song positions A1-P1 (16 parts) are also switchable on the selection row. You can also have A1-8, B1-8 etc. if you need more parts.
  2. seqv4 songmode

    Hello, Check out the masterful SEQ beginners guide, particularly under "5.2.3. Save & Take over Patterns." This I think aligns with your idea. You may want to read about bookmarks, which are available as a related but different workflow controlling things like groups of mutes or the view type. Bookmarks are a selection-row mode on the midiphy. Best, Andy  
  3. Unified midiphy SEQ v4+ case backside

    I think you'll even like this blue, Bruno :-) :P
  4. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Simply use the compare function in the SVN and you'll see the changes are minor and will have no effect on anything that you do.
  5. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Commits approved by TK. himself. As the config uses conditionals based on the midiphy version, you've got nothing to fear when using other formats. Happy compiling! 
  6. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Good point, but please be patient for the next 12 hours or so.
  7. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    It's specific to the midiphy v4+, not to worry. The options should be broken out to the hwcfg file. But I would refrain from compiling this version for now.
  8. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Thanks for the great feedback! I don't use solder paste myself, but it may be easier to work with once it's a bit warmer, so I've heard of leaving it in your pocket or so. You can find out about SWD programming here:  http://www.midibox.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=wcore The test-as-you-go idea is a good one; this would basically consist of checking SMT pins were not shorted together, that the +5V rail is good before applying power etc. There's not too much to debug especially on the I2C/MIDI8 boards etc. as they're quite simple. But a basic MIDI test would not be a bad idea. Best, Andy
  9. midiphy SEQ v4+

    No worries! You can use the old one for practice!
  10. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Damn, any gory photos? Upside-down or rotated around the wrong way? I might be able to ship you a replacement wCore board (no USB).
  11. Midi Out not driving X0XB0X Midi In

    MIDI is actually a current loop, not really anything to do with voltages. 
  12. Waveshare Core

    Aren't the GPIOs used as LED outputs already at 3v3? So where are the current values derived from? E.g. the Res/SD board specifies 1k for each in the BOM tool.  ? don't really like giving resistor values for LED brightness, as it's always so subjective. Starting values, sure, but you can always season to taste.
  13. midiphy SEQ v4+

    The SEQ v4(+) natively has four USB busses, each with the normal 16 channels. IIRC the USB-MIDI communication protocol is even enhanced over DIN-MIDI. So if your interest is interfacing with softsynths and hardware, that comes right out of the box! Of course for the synth dungeons, something like Bruno's moar16 would come in handy, but the "basic" SEQ can already do quite a lot.
  14. midiphy SEQ v4+

    Thanks for the kind feedback!  I'm not sure where you got 16 MIDI outs from? The max here would be 8 (MIDI8 + I2C). There is a possibility to use a second I2C with a firmware hack to gain 4 more, but for space and latency versions this wasn't included in the standard build. @Antichambre is developing a 16x16 MIDI expander but again it doesn't fit in here. Another thing I can think of is hosting a GM5x5x5 or the newer chip, but it's also not in the plan nor complete at the moment. Of course you have 8 outputs with 16 channels each, so plenty to work with using the 16 sequencer tracks. What was your plan with 16 MIDI outs? CV/gate would go through the DB-25 line driver. On the other end AOUT/DOUT modules are required (under development, some solutions already available).
  15. midiphy SEQ v4+

    I haven't tested the 5E, indeed it might be too short. The LED mounting is also different and has no "groove" to fit inside. But hey, feel free to try if you like the aesthetics better.