The Midas MR / Behringer XR digital mixing consoles are cheap and powerful. With no tangible control surface doing quick and current actions can be inconvenient.
A Wemos D1 with its onboard ESP8266 and four PB-86 push-buttons (I like their vintage-looking style) are all you need to control your console on your WiFi network.
Continue reading “Controlling a Behringer X-Air console with a Wemos D1”
After tinkering with the
SharpOSC library, I managed to set up a bidirectionnal connection with my Behringer X12 digital mixing console.
The orginal OSCSender / OSCListener class won’t work as we must share the same socket for sending and receiving OSC messages.
Continue reading “Communication with X32 / X-Air consoles in C#”
A few days ago, I read
an article on hackaday about a new time diagram editor.
It’s called WaveDrom, and it’s an online service. With a few lines of JSON code, you can draw neat time diagrams.
Here’s a picture of what I did:
YM2149 bus modes
And here’s the corresponding code:
Continue reading “WaveDrom, a nice time diagram editor”
Midi Development Board
I have sometimes to deal with some quick and dirty MIDI projects, and wiring a socket on a breadboard can be quite delicate because of the traction force from the cable. So, I’ve designed a small dev board who features a MIDI input (with its 6N137 active optocoupler), a MIDI output, and three RCA connectors.
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The PCB files of this board revision are sent to the factory. This new version will include a mono switch and separate channel outputs. These boards should be error-free, and therefore sellable. 🙂
Today, I just recieved the first ten PCBs for my chiptune synth kit. The black solder screen looks really good. 😀
I’m now waiting for the last parts to make a prototype and to design its case.
Here are my YM2149 Synth schematics.
Ten PCBs will be manufactured this month, as a first test. 🙂
No Arduino bootloader anymore, only plain avr-gcc code.
rev. B is available–