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I'm having no problems at all...

Some questions:

What version of Live?

Which Remote Script is active?

What application are you using on your midiBox?

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I'm having no problems at all...

Some questions:

What version of Live?

Which Remote Script is active?

What application are you using on your midiBox?

Live 7.0.1

No remote script

Midibox 64

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oh and check that the buttons are sending a note on / note off on each button push

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mmm, I haven't played with live 7 yet - I'm waiting for a few months and a few sub versions....

try loading http://www.ucapps.de/mios/ain64_din128_dout128_v2_0.zip

see if any of the buttons or douts are sticking in the on position.

also try triggering the clips with that application loaded and let me know how it goes....

Wow, this prgm works fine! :-)

I'm gonna read the .h before asking the next questions.

Thanks.

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One more thing...

Encoder not working with this application.  :P

I added "ENC_ENTRY  1,  2,  MIOS_ENC_MODE_DETENTED" because i use the correct pins on the J3, pin 2 & 3. recompile correctly, uploaded to the pic and i'm getting nothing from my encoder. Any idea ?

	;; encoder entry structure
ENC_ENTRY MACRO sr, din_0, mode
	dw	(mode << 8) | (din_0 + 8*(sr-1))
	ENDM	
ENC_EOT	MACRO
	dw	0xffff
	ENDM

	global	_MIOS_ENC_PIN_TABLE

_MIOS_ENC_PIN_TABLE
MIOS_ENC_PIN_TABLE
	;; encoders 1-16
	;;        SR  Pin  Mode
	ENC_ENTRY  1,  2,  MIOS_ENC_MODE_DETENTED
	ENC_EOT
	ENC_EOT
	ENC_EOT
...

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do you have a DINX4 connected to the core?

Yes, one.

I use J3, pin 2 & 3.

I also tried with J4, pin whatever...

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sounds like you either have the wrong pins assigned or the encoder is wired wrong....

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sounds like you either have the wrong pins assigned or the encoder is wired wrong....

I don't want to hijack your thread...

I tried everything, no go.

Just to let you know that if i conect a button to one of the assigned encoder pin, the button not work either.

MB64e the encoder works, same pins!

I'm lost.

Thanks!

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I don't want to hijack your thread...

hehehe - it's our thread....

so it sounds like it's a s/w issue.

it's been so long since I built the skeleton for my app I can't remember if the test program supports encoders...

could be time to post another thread specific to that issue...

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MIOS configured for 64 pots, 128 buttons, 128 LEDs

this is what ucapps says about that app. no encoders are accepted by default

Simone

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this is what ucapps says about that app. no encoders are accepted by default

Simone

How to enable encoders in this app ?

Another dumb question:

Is there a way to tell one Led button to be turned off from another button in this app?

Ex:

1- I press button nbr 4

2- LED button nbr 4, turn on

3- I press button nbr 8

4- LED button nbr 8, turn on and LED Button nbr 4, turn off

simple as that.

I need some programming examples to help me with this

Thanks!

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Quote from: cimo on Today at 05:01

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MIOS configured for 64 pots, 128 buttons, 128 LEDs

this is what ucapps says about that app. no encoders are accepted by default

Simone

How to enable encoders in this app ?

dunno why don t you use mb64e ?

Is there a way to tell one Led button to be turned off from another button in this app?

Ex:

1- I press button nbr 4

2- LED button nbr 4, turn on

3- I press button nbr 8

4- LED button nbr 8, turn on and LED Button nbr 4, turn off

simple as that.

I need some programming examples to help me with this

what about programming in C ?

simone

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dunno why don t you use mb64e ?

what about programming in C ?

simone

MB64e is ok but is there a C version somewhere ?

I'm able to code in C but it is a long time, 15 years ago :-(

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Hannibal.jpg

I love it when a plan comes together.....

How do handle the Ableton transport LEDs status ?

I don't have any midi status from Play/Stop/Rec buttons!

In fact, i only get midi status with "Slot Clip", "i/o Monitor", "Speaker On" et "X-Fader Assign" buttons, that's all.

And you?

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the dB Live has full control over everything with midi feedback.....

if you read this post you'll notice I'm using the Mackie protocol....

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hi

no there isn t a C version of mb64e and there won t probably never be one!, C is suitable to build  your own personalized apps.Believe that doing some basic stuff is very easy (if i did it! pfff) get the skeleton, add the function you need from the C codes example.As DB pointed out you can always implement the MC protocol (it s available in C, but in alpha so you you may have to pick up what you need and add it to your app)

simone.

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hi

no there isn t a C version of mb64e and there won t probably never be one!, C is suitable to build  your own personalized apps.Believe that doing some basic stuff is very easy (if i did it! pfff) get the skeleton, add the function you need from the C codes example.As DB pointed out you can always implement the MC protocol (it s available in C, but in alpha so you you may have to pick up what you need and add it to your app)

simone.

Yeah thanks!

Just downloaded the Alpha app! wow! i'm gonna get busy for the next few weeks! :-)

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