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  1. @TK. - awesome, great work! Many greets, Peter
  2. @rolfdegen try to split the zips, i think the maximum upload size is 1MB each. Best regards, Peter
  3. After too long time, finally a new track: Only SIDs make it possible (no other synths used for this one), listen loud, plz! :) Many greets, Peter
  4. @srmaietta TK. had approached unquantized recording in SEQ v4+ a while ago and i think dropped it due to complexity - the option for unquantized recording is the main reason why we developed the midiphy LoopA. Many greets, Peter
  5. @slohave you tried to follow TK.'s tutorial #3 over here? http://ucapps.de/midibox_seq_manual_tut3.html From the software side, i am pretty sure the bus transposer hasn't been touched in a while, so i think it should work. Personally, i've never used bus based transposition, but can confirm, that normal track-based note transposition (with or without force-to-scale) on the standard transposition screen works - here you could also select multiple tracks via the second row and then transpose them all at once, but it's of course not the same as the automated variant linked above. Many greets, Peter
  6. Hi there, just wanted to let you know that we continued development of the LoopA - it has a new and quite powerful song mode now: Best regards and enjoy! Peter
  7. midiphy SEQ v4+ user clddstllr created two nice overview and function keys cheatsheets, attached them below - they are also available for download in PDF format on midiphy.com. Best regards and have a good weekend! Peter
  8. @JuanJerez as LoopA's notes are reconded sequentially, deleting a note will auto-advance the note cursor to the next recorded note, so you can do it by selecting the start point and then pressing DELETE multiple times quickly - i just tried it on a complex chord clip and it works fast enough and also allows for good precision when reaching the end point. LoopA's user interface is a bit too small for "range selection" commands without getting too complicated. But as Andy wrote, another good alternative is to use the punch-out footswitch function, which allows you to just clear a part of the sequence while the time cursor passes over it. Many greets and enjoy! Peter
  9. @m00dawgcool song and great vocals - great to hear the MB6582 used in a proper production! :) Many greets, Peter
  10. Great job - soo many OLEDs! :) Many greets, Peter
  11. @tago Thorsten released the Windows toolchain - and it is working, just accessing the 64KB extra memory region of STM32F4 will crash the app, maybe it is a simple linker setting, but i investigated a while back and found no easy solution. On top, under windows, USB MIDI transfers are often very unstable, i.e. when flashing new firmware releases when developing you often have to either rescan MIDI ports or restart MIOS Studio for continuous uploads, which is really frustrating when developing. That is not necessary on a Mac, so you know my recommendation - you can get a used macbook air for ~300€ - while it's not as fast as an M1, it will do the job - imho for that price, it's not worth trying to improve the windows situation with the upper 64kb block, as the Windows USB stability situation cannot be fixed by us. Many greets, Peter
  12. @tagoyup, i'd either recommend a hackintosh or a cheap used mac machine, it will also give you a lot more stable USB MIDI drivers. Many greets, Peter
  13. @tago i switched to a Mac m1 a while ago and never looked back, it's awesome, as powerful as my 8-core i7, which cost a lot more, using a fraction of the electrical power at a higher single-core speed (a lot more responsive). You can still get a mini m1 for a bit above 600€, which is a steal for the offered package. The existing (old) toolchain/compilation works fine here, also working with 64kb "upper RAM" for the STM32F4. Upgrading the toolchain to the newest release would be some work, so i'd recommend going the established route - i had used a "free" Hackintosh before, so it's also a possibility to build e.g. MIDIbox NG on most common PC hardware, too. The MIDI implementation on Mac is also way better than anything Windows, so i did not investigate further. Best regards and enjoy! Peter
  14. Cheers, as the first batch sold out quite quickly: the MatriX DIY Essential kits are now restocked: as the ADC chips are currently hard to obtain, we've secured enough of them and will provide those required MCP3208 analog-digital converter chips for free in every kit. Also: free worldwide shipping to all destinations supported by the midiphy shop (customs fees might apply outside the EU). https://www.midiphy.com/en/shop-details/0/85/midiphy-matrix-with-pro-metal-case-essential-kit-diy Many greets and enjoy! Peter
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