MasterOfGizmo wrote:Another question: Is the magnitude of error constant? Is it wrong in the same way whenever it's wrong?
MasterOfGizmo wrote:And finally: Is there a video of such a concert? I'd like to see that.
MasterOfGizmo wrote:Two more remarks: It's possible to build cores that generate black 'n red video without further need to modify any hardware.
MasterOfGizmo wrote:And second: You are using quite big computer keyboards. Do you need them while performing? If not then some tiny wireless media center keyboards may be nice. I personally like the rapoo e2700.
MasterOfGizmo wrote:This limits the current to 5V/3*220ohms = 7.5mA in short circuit or 5mA if the opto couplers LED on the receiver side drops 1.7V as (5V-1.7V)/3*220ohms = 5mA. This is what the MIDI standard assumes.
ryan wrote:I started to hook my Salae Logic 16 up to the cartridge port of my 1040 running Notator, but it's awkward -- a) not enough pins on the logic probe b) can't reach half the pins. Might be easier if I cracked open the dongle, as I have two of them, but that makes me nervous, especially given what I see second hand Notator going for on ebay, etc.
MasterOfGizmo wrote:I may have found something regarding the clock settings. I've sent you a PM.
foft wrote:Be interesting if the pll has multiple stable states.
knabo wrote:I started a spreadsheet a while back for keeping track of compatibility for midi applications just for myself, might be useful for others: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
Haven't updated it in months though, so might need to try some things out with the newer cores/firmwares and update.
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