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 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.
 
 
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