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Greetings Midiboxen,

I've had too many hardware problems that lead me back to midibox, so it's time for me to dive in. I want to start with something simple before making my way to the seq v4 or v4L (to be decided). Julienvoirin's Alpha Juno 2 translator is a project that seems like it would have a lot of payoff in my current setup:

But, it looks like it's based on the now-expired STM32 module. So, my first question is what will I need to do to get this to run on the LPC17?

Sorry if this is the wrong place for this first post :D

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stm32 is still available in smash tv's shop. It is still a very valid platform, and is the core that is reccomended in SEQv4 (the full featured version)

You should start with an "official" midibox project like seqv4lite since it is well documented and many users in the community can help you with troubleshooting.

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stm32 is still available in smash tv's shop. It is still a very valid platform, and is the core that is reccomended in SEQv4 (the full featured version)

You should start with an "official" midibox project like seqv4lite since it is well documented and many users in the community can help you with troubleshooting.

Is it available at SmashTV? I'm not seeing it. I think doing something 'official' first is a good idea, I'm just leaning toward SEQv4 so I'm hesitant to build a V4L just to see what the platform is like.

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