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  1. Hi all, Please go easy on me, I am new to MIDI and Sammich! I have built a Sammich a few months ago now, and was having problems flashing it, Rowan kindly had a look at it and between him and TK it was fixed (bad optocoupler) Rowan flashed the MIOS and patches for me and I replaced the opto coupler, and bought 2 new SID's as the existing ones were both slightly faulty, now its up and running and the Sammich sounds great triggering the patches from the buttons on it's front panel. Now, here comes the problem: I have wanted to hook it up via MIDI so I can play the patches with a keyboard, which i think should be fairly straight forward based on other MIDI devices I have used. When I hook up the Sammich to my controller keyboard I set it to send on channel 1, I also make sure in the patch on the sammich, in the menu that it is set to also use channel 1, I play the keyboard and nothing happens, I cycle through patches and make sure they are on channel 1 also, but still nothing? I have also hooked the sammich up to fruityloops via a Umidi USB cable (as suggested by the whitelist) and set fruity to output on channel 1, now this does strange things, sometimes the patch will trigger or play randomly or sometimes it causes the sammich to cycle through patches randomly? I have midi out on the keyboard and or fruityloops to midi in on the sammich. I have taken it to a friend who is a bit more knowledgeable with MIDI than me, and he has had a play and thinks there may be an issue with the sammich not properly responding to the midi information, and possibly miss translating what it is receiving. Could this be me just not knowing enough about MIDI, or is there potentially another issue with the sammich that needs correcting, like with the faulty optocoupler? Any help appreciated, and if someone could confirm the best way to make sure it is receiving MIDI and translating it properly that would be great. Thanks, Kai.
  2. Hello, I have finished building and hardware testing a sammich, but unfortunately I seem unable to flash it with any of my MIDI interfaces. Is there anyone in the UK that is able to help me by either lending me a known working MIDI interface, or doing the flash for me if I send them the sammich? I am unfortunately unable to source a nuesonic cable, and all 4 interfaces i've tried won't seem to do it. Please contact me and let me know if you can help. Many Thanks, Kai.
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    From the album: Simple-MIDI-Router

    4/4 MIDI-IO-Modul for my Simple-MIDI-Router

    © Elektrophantasten

  4. Hallo zusammen, Ich wollte mich erstmal kurz vorstellen: Mein Name ist Jason bin 18 Jahre alt und habe ein Fachabi als Elektrotechnischer Assistent mit Schwerpunkt Datentechnik. Im Moment bin ich Auszubildende Fachkraft für Veranstaltungstechnik und bin der Mann, der das Licht schön machen soll. Ich habe schon viele Freeware Lösungen als Lichtsteuerungen ausprobiert, jedoch war keine so gute wie die GrandMA onPC von MA lighting. Die Firma stellt auch große Pulte her die Weltweit auf Konzerten und TV Shows unterwegs sind. Die Billigste Version ist eine 2Port Node, sprich ein Ethernet > DMX Konverter. Jetzt habe ich mitbekommen, dass man diese Software in Verbindung mit der Node auch per Shortcuts und Midi bedienen kann. Habe nun einige Wochen rumgesurft und und bin drauf gestoßen das man das Behringer BCF2000 mit der Software per Midi verbinden kann und auch die Rückspielwege auf die Motorfader auch funktionieren, jedoch fehlen mir noch eine Menge an Tasten zur Optimalen Bedienung. Jetzt bin ich durch google und Youtube auf Midibox gestoßen. Da ich keinen Plan von Midi habe, wollte ich hier nun mal nachfragen, ob mir jemand mal die Philosophie von dem ganzen Midibox Projekt erklären kann und mich eventuell auch etwas beraten kann zu meinem Vorhaben. Vielleicht hat sich jemand schon mal genau mit dem Konzept auseinander gesetzt der mir ebenfalls weiterhelfen kann und will. Gruß Neuling Jason
  5. http://www.lefthandedpiano.com/midi.html "A simple plug-in module that converts your electronic keyboard to a "lefthand" arrangement. The Keyboard Mirror changes all the note values so that the highest notes are at the left of the keyboard, and the lowest notes to the right." I would certainly almost kill to get this. I get the impression from the man who first made these that he does not plan to make them available ever again. I want one. How much will it take?
  6. Hallo Leute, Ich würde mir gerne eine Midibox bauen auf der 64 Buttons sind. Sie sollen in einer Matrix angeordet sein (8x8). Das Ganze soll dann am ende wie ein Novation Launchpad fungieren (Bild von Launchpad ist angehängt). Ich würde für die Buttons gerne diese Digitaster von reichelt benutzen http://www.reichelt.de/Eingabetaster-Digitast-/DIT-1-WS/3/index.html?;ACTION=3;LA=446;ARTICLE=7143;GROUPID=3280;artnr=DIT+1+WS. 1. Wie kann ich die Tastendrucke zu Midi wandeln? Also was für eine Platine etc. muss ich mir dafür kaufen? 2. Würde es mit den Digitastern von reichelt funktionieren? Das wäre nämlich wichtig wegen den hörbaren klicks. Danke für eure Hilfe :happy: :happy: LG diyMA
  7. Hey, I've managed to damage the USB port on my Midi Keyboard. It is now loose. The keyboard still gets power but my laptop doesn't detect the keyboard is connected. As you can probably tell I'm not that clued up on circuit board repairs so would appreciate any help. I've got the circuit board out but there's no obvious connection that needs repair apart from the USB port being extremely 'wobbly'. Anyone have any idea the best way to fix this? cheers, Jake
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