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MIDIbox LC V1.1.2

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Hi Steven,

you have to press "MBLC_HOLD_LAYER" button in order to switch to the second layer. So long as this button is pressed, you can select the display page with one of the first four buttons ("MBLC_DISPLAY_PAGEx"). The appr. LEDs will indicate the selected page. When you release the layer button, the default button and LED functions of the first layer will be available again.

The button numbers, which are equivalent to the table position, can be found in the lc_io_tables.inc file. In this file you can also assign these MBLC specific functions to different buttons, and you are able to select your favourite button behaviour for every MBLC_* entry (toggle, hold or switch function)

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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Hey T...

I'm back on LC mode and have started getting the boards ready as so - will be waiting for the the next release to go in proper, which brings me to these q's:

WRT to the additional LED meters forthcoming - will that be just like another 8 LED rings, so 16 in total (1xDOUT for both 8 rings) and also the LED digits for MTC display - i noticed the LC has 10 (12 includ the assignment ones) will this just be implemented on a dout module? The pdf describes using 8 of em, is the using the further ones possible? I notcied Axel has them on his LC station already tho ;p

Peace...

Dan

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Hi Dan,

yes, the meters will be realized like the LED rings. The number of LEDs for each meter can be defined by the user (also the patterns), up to 16 LEDs will be supported.

and yes: the MTC display will be similar like shown here http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp/mbhp_doutx4_mtc.pdf but with 12 digits instead of 8

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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Cheers T..

ye, that all makes sense and I should know it already ;p it's just i was stuffing the DOUT modules (i put 4 on a single board - saves cutting! ;p and chained them with additional tracks. So I wanted to make sure how many resitors etc to leave out on the last DOUT for the led rings/meter leds and MTC digits...guess i'll need to add another dout for the MTC tho...

Ta...

Dan

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Hi Thorsten,

Could you say when the LC's article will be online please ?

It's just for get an idée (1 months - 3 months ...) because I'm little affraid to start my LC without this documentation ;)

Thanx and congratulation for your good work ;)

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Hi Jesaiplu,

I'm still hoping that somebody writes a walkthrough so that I can focus on the technical stuff (schematics, block diagramms, etc.) ;-)

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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Thank you Thorsten ;)

Have you the time for just make more photographs of the LC for see all of controls and the principle of operation because we don't see all in the homepage of you'r great web site ?

Thanx ;)

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Thank you Nat and sorry Thorsten ;)

I've never see this link  :-[

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Don't feel bad, the link is hidden, don't tell anyone  ;)

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