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MIDIbox MF: first beta

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...can be found here: http://www.ucapps.de/mbhp_mf.html

Worst part is the documentation yet, but I will try to improve it in the next days. :)

Here an impression: I switched back and fourth through 8 banks and recorded the sound of the faders. "Unfortunately" the faders are very quiet, so I had to amplify the mic so much, that a disturbing 50 Hz buzz was hearable :-/

mbmf_bankswitching.jpg

Result: the bankswitching takes about 0.2 ms :D

http://www.ucapps.de/midibox_mf/mbmf_sound_of_faders.mp3

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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Looks good!

But when reading the information on the ucapps site it states I need an AINX4 for the MF module to work I thought the analoge inputs of the faders were connected directly to the inputs of the Core?  ???

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It's a DINX4 (fixed). The digital inputs are for the menu keys, the special-function-buttons, MIDI triggers and later for the touch sensors.

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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Pardon my 'new-to-MIDI' ignorance but, will the MIDIbox-MF actually read data back from a PC and move faders in a corresponding manner?  For example, using a MIDIbox64 to control a DAW, will the MF mod read the values back from the DAW's controls and move the faders in kind?

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YUP!

You can set your software to record the movements you make to the levels then when you play back the track the motorfaders move magical like! ;)

As found on expensive motorised desks.

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