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  1. There's this genius, ultra simple 16 voice, fully multitimbral, LPC1343 based synth called Goom concieved by Mark Owen:   It is written in assembler...so are there any assembler mad men out there that could port it to the MB core?  It is open source / Mark has granted permission for it to be ported.   Making it work on the MB core would be much easier for idiots like me to assemble (no SMD) and leave some nice processor headroom for things like LFOs / noise / filtermodes to be added.   If this seems like an outrageous / idiotic question please forgive me as I'm a microcontroller know-nothing...
  2.  Hi everybody!   I am building a 808 with microlarge pcbs and mb808seq I have uploaded the default mb808 hex file and everything works, but I need to replace some dout triggers and enable the swingpot.   I have changed the asm files to do that but I don't know how to compile it to hex. I have read the wiki page about that, installed needed apps, struggle it for hours but i didn't manage it to work. Even asked a friend to do that for me, he also didn't succeed.     Can someone see if I have done it right in the asm file and compile that to hex, please?!   I have attached the asm file  setup_808_kike setup.asm   I have changed triggers to shift registers 1 and 4, added external triggers, and enable the swing pot.      I want -  bd to trigger from pin7 of shift register 1            - sd  to trigger from pin6 of shift register 1            - lt  to trigger from pin5 of shift register 1            - mt  to trigger from pin4 of shift register 1            - ht  to trigger from pin3 of shift register 1            - cp  to trigger from pin2 of shift register 1            - ma  to trigger from pin1 of shift register 1            - rs  to trigger from pin0 of shift register 1              - cb  to trigger from pin7 of shift register 4            - cy  to trigger from pin6 of shift register 4            - oh  to trigger from pin5 of shift register 4            - ch  to trigger from pin4 of shift register 4            - ext1  to trigger from pin3 of shift register 4            - ext2  to trigger from pin2 of shift register 4            - ext3  to trigger from pin1 of shift register 4            - acc  to trigger from pin0 of shift register 4              - and enable the swingpot   I have uploaded the mb808 app with swing pot but the lcd doesn't show changes of the swingpot. Is that OK or is it something wrong with the swingpot? I can't test it yet because the microlarge pcbs are in soldering status.