Lamouette

My SEQV4 - Finished electronics !!!

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Thanks Keeze, it is encouraging !

When i try

sudo aptitude install lib32gmp3-dev

i get everytime :

Couldn't find any package whose name or description matched "lib32gmp3-dev"
Couldn't find any package whose name or description matched "lib32gmp3-dev"
No packages will be installed, upgraded, or removed.
0 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 78 not upgraded.
Need to get 0 B of archives. After unpacking 0 B will be used.
                                         

 

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:innocent: IT IS WORKING !

 

An enormous thanks to all people who helped me ! You are awesome !

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So, what made it run?

(You don't need lib32gmp3-dev, if you have libgmp3-dev btw)

 

Edited by Keeze

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I reinstalled a new VM on 32Bit, and could install libgmp3-dev , maybe it was the problem !

I have to format my computer, so i will install a proper linux session, i will reinstall all, like that i will have a way to ''make'' more ! :)

 

Thanks again !

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Congrats! Very cool, that you've got it up and running! :-)

Many greets,

Peter

 

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Hi there, some news on my side !

I have now installed a proper ubuntu on a disk partition, and could do some make files without any problems, i really enjoy this OS, so well done on your side guyz :innocent:

 

For my SEQV4 :

SEQ is working

2 Quad-IIC working

Line driver working

Aout_NG working

TPD Working

:love:

So it is a long road i did, and i am close to the end of the project ! Thanks a lot for you awesome help, and you really friendly behavior ! I learned a lot about different things, i am now a proud soldereing guy, but i know i have lack of electronic and programming knowledge ! Also, speaking in english everytimes here helped me a lot to improve my language ! :cheers:

But the road is not ended yet !

I want to use the line driver to make a separate eurorack module, which would include, a TPD, the AOUT_NG for the cv, and 1 or 2 DOUT for the gate/trigger/clocks.

Here is my question, i read about problem with the TPD not at the end of the DOUT chain.

It is not a problem to connect 1 or 2 DOUT on J2 of the LINE DRIVER RECEIVER, and plug the TPD at his end ? (if i assign the correct Shift rehister number) ?

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I trided to modifiy the shift register number, but it is not working :

As the TPD in normal connection, is connected to 5 6 7 8 9 10, i suppose the shift register 1 2 3 4 already used by the wilba panel. (1&2 by wilba BLM, and 3&4 by BPM digit)

I tried to put the TPD at the end of the chain, to avoid problems, so :

Original config :

# See also http://www.midibox.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=tpd_pcb
##################################################

# set to 1 or 2 to enable the relative track position display
# 0: TPD disabled
# 1: TPD enabled - columns are cathodes, rows are anodes
# 2: TPD enabled - columns are anodes, rows are cathodes
TPD_ENABLED 2

# define the DOUT shift register to which the columns are connected (0=disabled)
TPD_COLUMNS_SR_L 10

# for a 16x16 TPD: define the SR to which the right columns are connected (0=disabled, use only 8x8 TPD)
TPD_COLUMNS_SR_R 7

# define the DOUT shift register to which the green LED rows are connected (0=disabled)
TPD_ROWS_SR_GREEN_L 8

# define the DOUT shift register to which the right green LED rows are connected (0=disabled, use only 8x8 TPD)
TPD_ROWS_SR_GREEN_R 5

# define the DOUT shift register to which the red LED rows are connected (0=disabled)
TPD_ROWS_SR_RED_L 9

# define the DOUT shift register to which the right red LED rows are connected (0=disabled, use only 8x8 TPD)
TPD_ROWS_SR_RED_R 6


##################################################
# CV and Gate/Trigger/Sync Setup
##################################################

# AOUT interface now selected in CV Configuration Menu and stored in MBSEQ_GC.V4 file
# please scroll through the menu to find this page!

# the 8 CV gates can be assigned to a shift register (0=off, 1-32: number of shift register):
# - 1st CV Gate available at DOUT SR output D7
# - 2nd CV Gate available at DOUT SR output D6
# - 3rd CV Gate available at DOUT SR output D5
# - ...
# - 8th CV Gate available at DOUT SR output D0
CV_GATE_SR1   0

# and DIN Clock Outputs can be assigned to a shift register as well (0=off, 1-32: number of shift register):
# D7..D0 will output individual clock or start/stop signals which can be configured in the CV configuration page
CLK_SR        0

# additional gate triggers are available on common digital output pins of the
# DOUT shift register chain - they are assigned to AOUT channel #16 (Note C-1, C#1, D-1, ...)
# define the shift registers which should be used here (each provides 8 gates)
# Note that SRs assigned to this function cannot be used as LED outputs (exclusive function)
# Allowed values: 1-32, 0 disables the function, all other values invalid and not allowed
DOUT_GATE_SR1   0
DOUT_GATE_SR2   0
DOUT_GATE_SR3   0
DOUT_GATE_SR4   0
DOUT_GATE_SR5   0
DOUT_GATE_SR6   0
DOUT_GATE_SR7   0
DOUT_GATE_SR8   0

# if set to 1, the additional DOUT "gates" will send 1mS pulses
# useful for analog drums
DOUT_1MS_TRIGGER 0

Modified config :

# set to 1 or 2 to enable the relative track position display
# 0: TPD disabled
# 1: TPD enabled - columns are cathodes, rows are anodes
# 2: TPD enabled - columns are anodes, rows are cathodes
TPD_ENABLED 2

# define the DOUT shift register to which the columns are connected (0=disabled)
TPD_COLUMNS_SR_L 14

# for a 16x16 TPD: define the SR to which the right columns are connected (0=disabled, use only 8x8 TPD)
TPD_COLUMNS_SR_R 11

# define the DOUT shift register to which the green LED rows are connected (0=disabled)
TPD_ROWS_SR_GREEN_L 12

# define the DOUT shift register to which the right green LED rows are connected (0=disabled, use only 8x8 TPD)
TPD_ROWS_SR_GREEN_R 9

# define the DOUT shift register to which the red LED rows are connected (0=disabled)
TPD_ROWS_SR_RED_L 13

# define the DOUT shift register to which the right red LED rows are connected (0=disabled, use only 8x8 TPD)
TPD_ROWS_SR_RED_R 10


##################################################
# CV and Gate/Trigger/Sync Setup
##################################################

# AOUT interface now selected in CV Configuration Menu and stored in MBSEQ_GC.V4 file
# please scroll through the menu to find this page!

# the 8 CV gates can be assigned to a shift register (0=off, 1-32: number of shift register):
# - 1st CV Gate available at DOUT SR output D7
# - 2nd CV Gate available at DOUT SR output D6
# - 3rd CV Gate available at DOUT SR output D5
# - ...
# - 8th CV Gate available at DOUT SR output D0
CV_GATE_SR1   5

# and DIN Clock Outputs can be assigned to a shift register as well (0=off, 1-32: number of shift register):
# D7..D0 will output individual clock or start/stop signals which can be configured in the CV configuration page
CLK_SR        6

# additional gate triggers are available on common digital output pins of the
# DOUT shift register chain - they are assigned to AOUT channel #16 (Note C-1, C#1, D-1, ...)
# define the shift registers which should be used here (each provides 8 gates)
# Note that SRs assigned to this function cannot be used as LED outputs (exclusive function)
# Allowed values: 1-32, 0 disables the function, all other values invalid and not allowed
DOUT_GATE_SR1   7
DOUT_GATE_SR2   8
DOUT_GATE_SR3   0
DOUT_GATE_SR4   0
DOUT_GATE_SR5   0
DOUT_GATE_SR6   0
DOUT_GATE_SR7   0
DOUT_GATE_SR8   0

# if set to 1, the additional DOUT "gates" will send 1mS pulses
# useful for analog drums
DOUT_1MS_TRIGGER 0

But i got nothing on the TPD... Any thoughts ?

The TPD have 9 Shift register but i can only see 6 assigned on the MBSEQ_HW.V4

Edited by Lamouette

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Hell yeah, after huge reading, IT WORKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!:cheers:

So after a long story, i just finished the electronics, a picture is needed to immortalise the moment, really, a great moment !

 

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Congrats! :-) :cheers:

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Thanks a lot Hawkeye, you have been a really great helper !

 

Now i have to work the case, but that should be easier for me.

 

I will keep my thread updated, it could be a great help for someone like me who strart from nothing !

 

And finnaly it is funny as the first pcb i ever solderd (a DOUT), is the last i added to my build ! it was fun to check my first solder :)

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