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Author Topic: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding  (Read 467 times)

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MarshallJMP

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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
« Reply #15 on: Time Format »

Have you tried it? does it work with a midi pedal?
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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I will try on Sunday. I have no MIDI-Pedal at home, only in the rehearsal room :|

I think, Ch.1 corresponds to MIDI-Channel 1, and the P 'Number' is the ProgramChange. But we'll see.
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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I think I figured out what the other 2 ic's are. The 6 pin is a 4N38 and the 24 pin is an old MC6850 ACIA or asynchronous communications interface adaptor chip. This is actually on of the peripheral chips of MC6800 CPU line of Motorola.
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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How did you manage to do that?
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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Doing A LOT of research  :D and then compare it to the pcb layout you put on dropbox .
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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MJMP,  :bow: , this has (obviously) got your interest LoL
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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Just imagine the possibilities with this. Improved firmware, made by "MJMP and Adadepot" :banana-trip:
...If it works  ::)
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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Oh jeez that's one less footswitch that took me forever to get  :lol:
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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I think it works.


It responds to ProgramChanges on Channel 1.
It also kind of changes Presets (P Number). But I did not figure out, how to correctly store a Preset under a specified P Number.


Currently P1 is always the same as P3, no matter, which Preset I start editing and storing.


Is there any possibility to reset the whole thing back to Factory Settings? I don't think, the guy who made this would change that command. Maybe it helps.
But anyways, I want to send it to you MJMP, if that is ok for you? :)
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Re: Pitchtraq with MIDI/ distorted sounding
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You can copy the shadow programs into the 16 working registers like this

"LOAD ALL 16 SHADOW PROGRAMS 1. Press the STORE then simultaneously the SHADOW PRGM button This loads all 16 Shadow Programs into the main Program Storage Registers at one time   Important by transferring all 16 Shadow Programs into the Main Program Storage Registers, any programs you nave created will be erased "

But with the new software I'm not sure if that still works.

Yeah sure send it over, I'll have a look at it. :thumb-up:
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