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  1. MIDI cc help

    Someone must know ;)
  2. MIDI cc help

    Hello  I have nearly finished my lemur patch for the midibox Tia and am trying to work out how to set the cc messages that have the bits i have no trouble setting the 'regular' ones where you set the cc number then scale (0-127) or 0-64 positive/negative  how do I set for example the Lfo mode: cc93 hex: 5dh bit 0 enables lfo Bit 1 sync assigned note events bit 2 sync all note events bit 6-4 waveform 0 sine 1triangle 2 saw 3 pulse 4 random example 11h =17 enable and  triangle wave  How do I set the bits? I don't understand how those example hex numbers were calculated or how to implement into my patch?    
  3. sammich sid cv inputs

    Thanks for the response to this   Yeah would love to get trigger and voct ins to the sammich. I see on the ninstrument one they have pb and velocity pot also,  not essential but would be good and an inverted switch I think for + and - signals.  So I need to grab a ain module and compile the sammich to allow these new adc ins with protection buffer for the incoming signals?
  4. sammich sid cv inputs

    Sorry if this has been covered before (usually the case) ;) but could anyone point me in the right direction to how to add cv inputs to my sammichSID please? Is it a case if adding one of the modules for adding cv in or out to a regular midibox sid to the sammich? Or would there be more to it?  I've seen the ninstrument guy has euroracked his with cv ins and even added extra rows of.leds to correspond with that also but on contact there wasn't enough interest to release a kit or whatever and then I asked for help/plans on how I can diy it with no joy/response :) I know it could be easier grab a cv to midi module to convert the cv to midi (which I did) but isn't the same as patching it up I feel   Thanks!
  5. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    hey! are these boards still being printed yo! let me know wanna get this ting finished up!
  6. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    i swapped the 4685 back over to the 452 chip to test that my MIDI was correct and the core was functional and to test that MIOS would send hex over OK so I knew it wasn't any of my ports, wiring and all that! it worked fine with the 452 but not the 4685, so I was saying that it must be my bootloader burn that is the problem on the 4685 ;) im back onto the JDM programmer as the USB programmer I have doesn't support 4685 (why was I not surpised, every hurdle in construction I have hit) got a PC with serial port so its all good to start the quest to burn onto the 4685, gonna have to be with PICpgm too not Winpic800 as 4685 is not supported..i'm on it ;)
  7. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    yeah its my bootloader burn, loaded the 452 back into the core and MIOS flashes onto it in secs!
  8. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    no! won't uplaod the mios 1.9 hex either? even with or without the resistor diode??? aaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! :no: just times out after 16 attempts to load the hex screenshot of my mios screen
  9. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    yeah man! already done bootloader_v1_2b_pic18f4685.hex via my PIC burner as standard ahhh right I haven't done the mios 1.9 hex using MIOS yet!!!!!  thanks! let's see what happens now!  blam!!!!!!!!!!
  10. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    coool! already had done layer 1 (bootloader) it is layer 2 (Mios) I am having problems with! it's not letting me upload the base hex! even with the resistor and diode???? its loaded with bootloader and says 'Core up and running' when connect to MIOS
  11. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    cheers for the info! still doesn't seem to work for me? still getting "no response from the core after 16 retries" added the resistor and diode, does it matter that I am not powering the core with the J2 pins? I am using J1? they are both tied together anyways.. I haven't got the TIA module connected to the core as of yet, does that matter, I assumed I can flash through MIOS without? then connect
  12. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    OK! so....replaced the chip in the CORE v2 with 4685 and its up and running with MIOS! where do I add this resistor to allow the upload of the TIA hex? can't seem to find any info? also just to clear up, which hex do I want to upload cartridge or base? both? thanks!!! I can smell the completion of this tasty project vsoon!
  13. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    sweeet! best get the chip ordered and check the wiki for adapting the CORE using the resistor! yeah man, I added the display with the hope of future developments, plus it came free off my friend who dumped the CORE, JDM burner and a half built SID module with the display at my house that he had in a drawer since 2003/4 ;) already have a SID synth made so decided to use the parts for this! and the Atari was free (for parts or not working state) TIA was fine and harvested! here's a couple of pics so far (i've since finished wiring the MIDI and audio ect) thanks for the help!
  14. MIDIbox TIA - Atari 2600 Synth

    yo man! ended up getting the PIC kit and flashed my 18F452 with the new 1.2 bootloader then the 1.9 MIOS via MIDI, and this project is only for the 18F4685!!! crap!!!! I can't win :( spent bare time today debugging my CORE to get that far too ;) It's all swish and layed out inside an Atari 2600 case with the MIDI IN/OUT where the controllers used to be, power socket, and screen under where the carts used to go! perfect fit! its pimped and ready Is there no way of this working with 18F452? would mean changing hex tho i guess! if I have to get another PIC chip, no problem, but will it work with my old skool MBHP CORE v2? as it was designed for 18F452? hmmmmmmmmm!
  15. MIOS Studio 2.2.3 problems

    yeah was that!!! delete this sorry!