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  1. Hello there.. I am more than a bit lost.. I spent hours on the uCApps pages, without being able to make a choice.. KB ? NG ? NG ? KB ? I have a 3 octave keybed which I wand to make a MIDI keyboard with.. I want it to be mounted with, at least, - MIDI DIN and USB connections - 1 bend wheel - 1 mod wheel - 1 BC controller input - 1 sustain pedal input * Having 16 pots, 16 push buttons would be nice.. - a LCD display (2X20 or 2X40).. Of course, I want to be able to select MIDI channel anytime, and also to define CCnumber for each pot or button, from the machine itself (not to be forced to use a computer or to edit the hardcoded parameters)..   So the question is : should I chose the Midibox KB, or Midibox NG ? In either case, what modules should I build, and how many of them ? I thank you in advance for your answer.. Thierry
  2. Hello midibox community, I am working on a concept for a master keyboard router. The master keyboard should be routed to predefined midi outs (1-4). Each target can be transposed indiviually by an adjusted value. (octave up/down ; sem up down ,  Setting shown in the corresponding display) Each target  can be enabled / disabled  individually. (ONOFF button ) Unfortunately i cannot find any transpose function for the router targets within the scripting documentation. Or do i have to alter the source for this functionality ? Could somebody give me a hint where to search for any transpose settings?(I only found it for CV values.) Attached you 'll find a scetch of my setup. Many thanks Max            
  3. Hi, I am new to MIDI and I have a question. I plan to "midify" a traditional church organ pedalboard by making the pedals hit the white keys of an M-Audio Keystation 61es keyboard. I would therefore need to assign the notes 036 to 067 (C1 to G3) in their natural order (C,C#,D...) to exclusively the white keys of the keyboard, such that pressing the C1 key would send 036 to the computer, pressing the D1 key would send 037 (C1#), pressing the E1 key would send 038 (D1), and so on. I would be glad for a hint for any software or hardware solution.
  4. Okay so I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out how to take the current keyboard range and on each successive press of a button, shift it down by one octave. It has to be relative, because I also want an increment button as well.   I'm assuming it'd be something like:   event_button id=1  kb_transpose= current_value + 12 event_button id=2  kb_transpose= current_value - 12   Sorry if this has been covered before, (I looked but maybe I didn't search for the right terms?).  Thanks for any help!
  5. Is this possible, or do I need to get another AINSER64 board?     I'm building a keyboard controller. I have 1 AINSER64 with all the 64 inputs being used, can I chain a kb module to it? In other words, can I simply connect the J1 output from a kb module to the J2 input on my AINSER64 board? 
  6. Busy Little Core

    I heard about MIDIbox some time ago from a dear friend. Not realizing its potential at the time, it ended up somewhere in the back of my head.   However, now that I am planning to build an analog(ish) synthesizer, I can start to see attraction of the system.   My question is this: How much will the CORE_LPC17 board be able to process at a time?   Here follows a list of functions: Scan a 49 key keyboard, using a six-bit polyphonic decoder. (Requires six Douts and one Din) Mix note events from the keyboard into the external MIDI stream. An internal clock, with tempo derived from either a pot or tapping. A basic arpeggiator with the following functions: Up, down, up-down, down-up, random, or order pressed modes. Run over 4 octaves. Semibreve, crotchet, quaver, semi-quaver, etc... based on clock input, from either the external input or the internal clock. Gate length (PW) controlled via pot. Output a CV, a gate, and clock pulse (to LFOs) Potentially a MIDI output, combining the data from the original MIDI stream, the keyboard, the internal clock (if being used), and the output from the arpeggiator on a separate channel. I think that is all for now. Shall write back if I remember something else...   So, would the core board be able to process all of this simultaneously?   Regards,   Steve.