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  1. @lp1977 Thanks, it has the clocks indeed, works perfectly! @Rio Thanks for pointing me in the right direction, for now it works, but for future stuff I know where to look now. I thought something like that but sometimes it's just to much of a hassle to get everything working correctly...
  2. Hi Steve, thanks for showing this, that looks very promising! I wanted to compile the code, but I get an error: c:\Users\Samsung\dwhelper\Downloads\mios32-master\mios32-master\apps\sequencers\midibox_seq_v4>make rm -f project.hex project_build/core/seq_cv.o: In function `SEQ_CV_IfSet': c:\Users\Samsung\dwhelper\Downloads\mios32-master\mios32-master\apps\sequencers\midibox_seq_v4/core/seq_cv.c:157: undefined reference to `AOUT_IF_MaxChannelsGet' collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [project_build/project.elf] Error 1 But I
  3. Hi, thanks for the answer. I have a Fluke meter, but it's an older one and it doesn't seem to have this high-resolution function. My latest 'china' one did have the function, but it fails on resistance lately. Buying 0.1% was an option if I knew this before but I wanted to finish the modules today. I just soldered the 49.9k in and I think its good :) I just checked the new CV and gate modules by swapping them with the 'older' ones and they seem to do it on all outputs, so that's great. But if I put everything together I can't get CV2 working. I changed the HW4 file, so the clocks and trig
  4. Hi, I'm about to finish my second A1 CV expander module. So I'll have 8 bipolar (-5 to 5V) outputs, and 8 unipolar outputs (0-10V) I have 5 digital multimeters laying around, 4 won't give 2 decimals at 49.9K ohm, and the fifth gives a bad output at measuring resistance. So I cannot mach the resistors as described. But for the unipolar outputs I need to mach only 2 resistors instead of 3, and all the resistors are 49.9K. So I think it's good enough, what do you think?! And do I need to do something special for getting output 9 to 16 working, like chaining from CV1 19a? or jumper
  5. Hi all, I think it has been requested before but I'm not sure... I would really like to divide the clock outputs more. Now the clock can get really fast, 384 ppq, and that's great! but the lowest clock is 1 ppq. And that's still quite fast. I would like to use a clock to reset something every 64th step. But for that I have to divide the clock output through an external clock divider. It would be great to get it from the sequencer itself. Now I use a dedicated track for that but I still have 6 unused clock outputs....I hope it's possible. Cheers!
  6. Hi all, finally started playing with this wonderfull device and it's a joy! I have one simple question, can I change the velocity level of the metronome notes? I made myself a great digital piano with a studiologic sl880 keyboard and a samplerbox with Grand Piano samples. It almost works great...with highest velocity my notes get distorted....I would like to have the metronome much more quiet.
  7. Hi, I just finished my LoopA with the new lightshields I got to beta test. The machine looks fantastic and was a really nice build, following the supurb video instructions! The (no) light bleeding is far better than my seqv4+, without the lightshields. I'll definitely install them also in my sequencer, although that means I have to desolder all switches, and resolder them again with the shields. The picture with all lights on has the shields only on the bottom row, so you can see the difference, without the caps... Cheers!
  8. Ok Ok, that sounds good and I'll go the commercial way! I was just a bit dissapointed when I replaced the caps on my sequencer and still suffered from light bleeding through. But I've all confidence in the professional midishop stuff, so I'll wait for the official ones. Thanx again for the effort
  9. Can I have the stl files so I can print these myself? Cheers, Roel
  10. Yess, me too! A while ago I bought a set of keycaps from Antichambre for my LoopA and I regret I didn't order them for the sequencer, these were the last spares...and I love them. Would be great if we could order them from the webshop.
  11. Hi, it's been a while, but I'm still busy with this project. Till now I just used ableton to trigger the solenoinds through the midio128V3 box. But now I want to play them directly from the midifile on the midio128box. I don't know where to put the piece of code bruno gave me. I copied it in the app.c file and that works for the midi input of the midio128box. But, as Bruno said, it doen't work for the midifiles on the SD Card. I tried different things with routing, but I can't seem to route the midi events from the midifile to the midi input of the midio128box. So I looked further in the "src
  12. Hi Thorsten, Thanx very much for the fast reply, I'm sorry I'm not that fast.... But I think the Hz/V calibration works like it should now, although you really need a unipolar CV output. And I didn't notice any difference in the calibration procedure but maybe you just changed the code and not the procedure?!.... The renaming (Aout > CV 1t/m4) and the GP7 uni/bi polardisplay button is indeed more convenient and looking good! I didn't remove the resistors yet, but I measured the following after the Hz/V calibration: C2 on the sequencer gave me -1V, E2=0V, C3=3V, E3=5V .
  13. I will!, and I'm not on a hurry so if it isn't tomorrow, no problemo, thanks anyway!
  14. After calibration I got as close as 0.998V 1,997V....9,999V, so that seems working reallly good. I didn't check the manual, but I've been using my ms-20 for over 20 years, and have been using it with different midi2CV converters and always needed to select V/Hz instead of V/Oct. I also used it on my 'old' SeqV4 with build in Aout board and that always worked good with the Hz/V setting in the CV configuration. There is a workaround for using V/Oct on a Ms-20. You put the bi-polar CV signal into the Ext Freq input, and turn the corresponding pot to around 9 'o clock. But it's quite hard to
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