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  1. MB808 not saving drum patterns

    Yep! Seems to be that one! lol
  2. MB808 not saving drum patterns

    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
  3. Special characters in Label

    Hi, What he wants is to print arrow for example, from the built-in char set. With MIOS function it's very easy, using Char Print and code number. With NG it seems only string are possible. But according to the C ascii table. the 'left arrow' code 0x7e is "~", so using: label="~ %e" works. But for the 'right arrow' the ascii code 0x7f correspond to DEL, which is not usable in a string. Is there a way to print a label using ascii code instead of string in NG? Best regards
  4. MB 6582 PCBs

    Moi je ne connaissais même pas cette petite perle kitch à la française! Un papayou de Carlos encore ouai! Mais ça !? Le plus étonnant est que ça ait pu être déterré depuis le Milwaukee. :)   Splendide! ...End of Off topic.
  5. MB 6582 PCBs

    No don't worry, some of us are in contact with them. Their last facebook post: " We're not dead, just rebuilding. Give us another two weeks or so - a little patience goes a long way. In the meantime: " LOL
  6. Moving to STM32F7 core?

    Direct Memory Access. A feature which permits a peripheral to automatically read/write from/to memory without cpu processing. Something very important for heavy data transfer, for example.
  7. Moving to STM32F7 core?

    It's a lot of work, first a correct Standard Peripheral Library for F7 must be found, on my last research they provided only HAL. According to Thorsten, setting all the DMA is a tricky thing, something I can believe. Best regards
  8. MIDI port name problem SEQ V4 GM5

    Hi Halvor, It's the same on my side. Except that it's not GM5 but HAARP. But peripheral manager is also good, only Mios Studio is wrong. Best regards Bruno
  9. Unable to build MIOS on ubuntu

    Check this refers to the valid repertories.
  10. (FS - EU) MB-6582s

    I don't understand why but I can't see the pictures. Got "Keine Fotobeschreibung Verfugbar" instead.
  11. Midification of a ordinary dj mixer

    Statistically you've got a very small percentage of chance that the mixer's pcbs are separated with Controls only pcb. Exception to the cross-fader which is more often separated to be easily replaced, and usually controls some VCA. All others mechanical controls are generally directly soldered on the active analog board. Like Peter said you will have to sacrifice some of the audio mixer functions for sure, but can be done without definitively destroy the traces and pcbs. With access to the service manual, it's possible to remove the parts(resistors, caps, ICs, etc...) connected to each mechanical controls(pots, faders, buttons) and indicators(Leds, VU, etc..). Next is to find the good candidate... Something like that for me Very cheap one, 99 € , service manual Then: - Separate the controls you need by removing connected parts and use AIN/DIN. - By removing IC13 you can take control to Leds, VU, digits, using a DOUT and the existing flip-flops which will hold the matriced datas. - You can disable or bypass the useless analog stages using wire and audio coupling caps pads, then keep a minimal audio functions and controls for monitoring/cue outputs. - With a AOUT or some CV Inputs, you can reuse the 4 internals VCA, 4 inputs + main/booth stages, then get 4 controlled/trimmed channels with mixed/trimmed outputs options. - You can reuse the internal 5v and embed the MIDIbox platforms and modules. Add USB/MIDI connectors on a separated back plate with 2 screws, that can hide a potential ugly cutout too. First to do is to print the schematics, get coloured pens and hack this behringer stuff on paper ;) Best regards Bruno  
  12. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    Another interesting idea would be to synchronize the fx loop as the mutes can be. But more precisely. With a variable rate from the loop length(steps) to the maximum number of steps in the sequence. And the possibility of synchronizing the entry and exit points independently(enabled/disabled). To be able to play with this effect and to always start or/and resume at the right time. Using 2 new parameters: In and Out rates,  value range from Off,1, 2...256. With In limited in software by the loop length and Out by the track length. e.g. Here Loop In is applied when Loop is activated(no sync) and resumed in sync to the measure(16 Steps) just after the Loop is deactivated. Then the Measure restart correctly. // layout: // 00000000001111111111222222222233333333330000000000111111111122222222223333333333 // 01234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789 // <--------------------------------------><--------------------------------------> // Global Loop Mode Offset Steps Loop Sync In Sync Out // All Tracks/Step View 15 2 on Off 16 Best regards Bruno
  13. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    It's essential for me too. But we will let Thorsten decide and maybe he has a better way than me to get the same result, he knows this firmware by heart much better than me ;)
  14. MIDIbox SEQ V4 Release + Feedback

    In fact it's already the case, the legacy SOLO follows the Track Selection. So you've got it already now with my modifications. If you are talking about the SOLO which is on the BLM, it overrules the Legacy SOLO, then it will be complicated for the user to understand there's two solo system on the same machine. I think it's good like that. But tell me when you have tested it. Another idea is to disable the legacy SOLO for Midiphy version only and implement the second SOLO layer(BLM) by using the SOLO button. Then on a SeqV4+, Track Selection and SOLO will be unlinked. Best regards Bruno
  15. This has to be reported to the Waveshare team for their QC.