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  1. Merci! This one has a pot for each parameter, it changes the game! ;) I will propose it soon now, I hope in the next months...
  2. Hi All! Here the fabulous work from @AdrianH. The 2 casing prototypes he sent to me for checking. In black and rainbow. Some more pictures in the album Best regards Bruno
  3. Remember me José Padilla's work... RIP This track could really have had its place in a volume of "café del mar" ... And the next one as well(Caserne et forêt). If you don't know what I'm talking about, I recommend his "souvenir" album Anyway great chill-out sound. THX
  4. Put it on J16 which is 3V3, J8/9 is 5V and reserved for SRIO, J19 is 5V too. http://www.ucapps.de/index.html?page=mbhp_sdcard.html
  5. Hi, I risk being scolded because it's not exactly the subject, but it has a relation anyway ;) At the beginning I destroyed a lot of micromatch by wanting to crimp them with a vice or an unsuitable pliers. The official crimping pliers, probably solid gold, is extremely expensive, so I made adapters for the classic 10€ IDC crimping plier. there's a ribbon guide, a male and a female adapter. It works for all type and pin number. result is very clean! Here the drawing, it requires a small CNC to fab it. Peter, Andy, it's a very good idea, It would be perfect if your tester
  6. Like I said before, it's not something easy. SD Card can be shifted to any predefined SPI port J16(default) J8/9(SRIO) and J19. They are unfortunately not defined over your requested pins. Moving the SPI to your desired pins is something deeper, and the functions defined on this pins will have to be moved somewhere else then move another somewhere else again. It's not in one unique file, it's multiple header files you have to modify in MIOS32. There's no quick answer for your request, it needs study and time. Best regards Bruno
  7. Hi, All pin of the STM32F4 are General purpose I/O(GPIO) but they have limited alternative functions. The pins for this SD Card are used for other ports/peripherals. PC10 is used for the onboard DAC(Disco) PC11 is the LCD Read/Write PD2 is the UART5 RX(MIDI) PC12 is the UART5 TX(MIDI) Etc... So you will have to remap more than this pins, cause the functions you remove has to move on an other pins, to get all MIOS32 ports available and avoid conflict. I strongly suggest to follow the regular pinout and add an external SD Card Socket ...Or you can download the datashe
  8. Thank you Thorsten, that's great and beautiful! Before I was not able to slide down in my albums, it constantly went back up in the page, like an elastic ;) Now it's fine :) Best regards Bruno
  9. Too much complicated. All internal clock and PLL settings have to be change etc... Swap the crystal or use a board which directly work with it.
  10. Yeah I checked it now, it seems the crystal is a 12MHz on this board, you need a 8MHz to make MIOS32 work on this.
  11. DFU is a feature of the MPU not of the board. Most of STM32 provide it. Check AN3156 I use QMK Toolbox, it's made for QMK HID firmware but it works fine for me with DISCO and WAVESHARE. No need to create a DFU file, connect the board in USB and DFU mode(BOOT0 tied to 3.3V) just load the HEX and flash. done.
  12. Compare the diagram and if some peripheral don't perturb MIOS32 pinout. Seems compatible to DFU so USB pinout should be good but check. you use the DFU(IUSB) or SWDIO to upload bootloader?
  13. Hi, It should be a 'Bankstick' issue, the EEPROM(24LC256/512) which are inside your machine. check their connection or replace it. Best regards Bruno
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