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Temp "Time Format" issue Fix in Discussions

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 on: Today at 02:08 AM 
Started by bunkyloo - Last post by SAVANNAH
I think your idea is very good.

 on: Today at 02:07 AM 
Started by Sirion - Last post by SAVANNAH
It's a great content for me, which will give me a better understanding.

 on: Today at 01:15 AM 
Started by rabidgerry - Last post by Systematic Chaos
If you stumble over a DHP55, snag it!!

 on: Today at 12:44 AM 
Started by rnolan - Last post by Tim
first post here ,thanks Richard.Richard has kindly supplied all the service info for it ..The MP1 was getting to the ada screen and locking up . I checked the power supply rails and all were o.k. 15v / 5v and others seemed o.k.The  caps in the area o.k. with esr meter I have not checked with the cro for ripple but I decided to heat the board up in the power supply and main area and it booted up and started working again. So still guessing caps somewhere at the moment.Has anyone else seen this fault ?no sense in reinventing the wheel :-)

In the morning I'll see if its locks up again when cooler and try and pinpoint the area better - I think its most likely where the tubes are as caps look like they have been cooking up a bit with the heat.
Will keep you posted . cheers.

 on: Today at 12:44 AM 
Started by Soloist - Last post by rabidgerry
This may be totally unrelated but I've played certain venues many many times and the sound will be different each time.  It makes me very upset  >:(

Another example would be our practice room, the bass guitar sounds different and shit weekly!!  I constantly change the bassist settings, no idea why I have to do this.  My guitar setting aren't changing unless I come up with a new patch and I haven't done that in a while.  Particularly with the Rockmaster pre.  It's set and forget for me and the only thing that changes is the actual effetcs I'm using.  But for the sake of this discussion say I use the same few patches eveyr week, and yet every week I seem to need to change the bass.  No atual fault with the gear, but some other phenomena.

Sometimes I get random issues also like one side of my one of my rocktron poweramps has intermittent EQ knobs and I don't know if the pots will need replacing or what (if I jiggle them etc I can get them to work correctly but they will drop in and out).  Anyways this issue caused me to think there was an issue with the speakers in my cabs.  Totally sent me off on a wild goose chase.

Another phantom isue I get sometimes is when I'm not warmed up and everything feels stiff to play and then I think I have lost distortion as the spongeyness isnt there or something when actually it's juts my own hands aren't ready to play!  Probably none of what you are experiencing Soloist but some similarities may be??

 on: Today at 12:10 AM 
Started by rabidgerry - Last post by rabidgerry
You were right man  :thumb-up:

Still like the IPS33, not sure if I'll sell it,  it has more scales than the Intellipitch, and you can create your own scales also.

Cannot believe the 33B though is the one people brag about!  Utter shit.  Selling on ebay.

 on: Time Format 
Started by rnolan - Last post by Dante
Fun fact: the power relator comes directly after the powerlator

move along...nothing to see here... C:-)

 on: Time Format 
Started by rabidgerry - Last post by Systematic Chaos
Update on the Intellipitch, perhaps I was a little tooooooooooooooooo quick to write this thing off!

Ok it's awesome.  And i'm sorry to say it is better than the IPS33.
The Intellipitch....................flawless tracking!!!!  Raises pitch with bends no problem, sounds great, plays along with you as fast as you play.  Great unit.  I'll be hanging onto it.

 :thumb-up: 8) 8) 8)

 on: Time Format 
Started by herbyguitar - Last post by herbyguitar
@MarshallJMP: Would that have anything to do with my noise issue?

 on: Time Format 
Started by Wimbish - Last post by MarshallJMP
Well what you can try is hook up the MP-1 midi out to the MB-1 midi in and change the preset by hand on the mp-1, normally the mp-1 sends out a program change if you change the preset. This way you try to test if the midi in of the MB-1 works. Vice versa should also work although I'm not 100% sure the MB-1 sends out program changes on the midi out, but I guess it does.

Another possibility is using a soundcard that has a midi in (or a usb to midi cable) and using bome sendsx, hookup the MC-1 to the midi in and this way you can see if the MC-1 is sending out midi commands.

So when you push a button you should have to see 2 bytes of data coming in. Let's say you send preset 1 on channel 16 then you should see
CF 00
C is program change in hex
F is the channel number in hex (F=15 but you need to add 1 to it)
00 is preset one also in hex (it's actually 0 but most midi devices add 1 to the preset nr)

So the MC-1 is sending out 1100 1111 0000 0000 bit wise and this is what actually comes out of it.

Another one, let's say preset 12 on channel 2
C1 0B or 1100 0001 0000 1011

Now on the other hand you can also use bome sendsx to transmit midi, hookup the midi out of your midi device to the midi in of either the mp-1/mb-1 and type a program change into the midi out box.
Let's say C0 00 this will send preset 1 on midi channel 1.

It works great for checking midi in and out's on midi devices.

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