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  • #95
    djstyleee
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    Would you be able to do these two mate

    Novation Supernova II (rack)

    Roland JP8080

    here are the manuals:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=bb77 … c8b368bfbe

    Cheers <img loading=” title=”Smile” />

    #1298
    atom
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    The queue is growing need to setup some kind of list to keep track. I’ll have a look at those, i really want to finish the patch morpher and linux builds and the jx8p (cause i got one yesterday) then i’ll deal with the big queue i got.

    Perhaps in the mean time i’ll write a short HOWTO so that others can create new ctrlrs, that would speed up the process i guess. I’m just out of time, today my parents in law visited a didn’t write a line of code the whole day.

    #1299
    djstyleee
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    Hello mate, are these two beauties still on the list? cheers.

    #1300
    atom
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    i just downloaded the manuals, the jp8080 seems a lot of work (very complex sysex implementation – ROLAND style)

    as for the supernova you gave the the manual addeneum witch has no MIDI stuff information just some bank names.

    #1301
    djstyleee
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    Sorry mate must have picked the wrong manual out the folder lol, heres the Supernova manual:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?ekwldyusg87ds01

    #1302
    atom
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    [quote:3lu6tu13]
    Sorry at the time of going to press these tables were unavailable, but will be available on our web site http://www.novationuk.com ASAP.
    [/quote:3lu6tu13]

    mother fuckers, only the CCs are available i’ll look for the NRPNs cause i assume there will be more control using NRPNs.

    #1303
    crayolon
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    djstylee – I’m working on a Supernova II controller as we speak (it’s building; I just need to map all the stuff). By the way, the OS2.0 Supernova II manual (available for download from Novation’s site) has all the up to date NRPN/CC tables in there – that’s what I’m working frmo.

    atom – yeah, same with the JV-1010 – LOTS of work. The sysex/etc section of the 1010 manual is completely insane – first it has to teach you intermediate mathematics so you can understand the sysex checksum equations, THEN it tells you how to do them (and I don’t understand much of it). One bloke’s put this helpeful info online: http://www.chromakinetics.com/handsonic/rolSysEx.htm but all it did was make me realise what an enormous task this is. I’m not much of a programmer and I like quick results, so I’ll stick with the Supernova and the Virus B for now <img loading=” title=”Razz” />

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    yeah roland is known to make very complex midi implementations, dont really know why. give me some info how you doing on the builds of your own ctrlr if there is anything i can make better, just let me know i’d like ti simplify the code so others can use it.

    #1305
    crayolon
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    Cool, well I’m building fine and I’m able to make some changes to the Xio template that have an effect on the Supernova (actually, some do already since Novation tend to use similar CC values for similar params on their stuff)…

    I guess the only daunting thing now is the vast amount of stuff to be edited/added, and I’m not sure if I’m editing in the right places, etc. Am I right in thinking the only purpose of the XML is to match controller components with actual cc/nrpn values, while the component names (referred to in the XML) are defined in the files in [..]/UI/ ? If so, then I guess I just have a lot of work to do <img loading=” title=”Wink” /> It would be good to have a quick’n’dirty guide to editing that stuff, though, for people who’ve managed to get as far as being able to build their project.

    Any help would be appreciated (but I’ll ask any further questions in the Programming subforum, like I should!)

    #1306
    atom
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    It’s all connected, the UI elements have names (you can set them in The Jucer) and those names connect them to XML modulators, this way all you need to do i name your UI components the same way you named your XML stuff, there are some handy methods for registering components using prefixes, that’s way i name all my UI elements the same way, i give them a prefix and then a short name like: xioFilterCutoff, xioFilterResonance, and then i register all components with the xio prefix and all others are unused (labels, text editors, graphics, whatever). This way when you create a JUCER editor component, you only need to write 2-3 lines of code (literally 3 lines) to get everything working.

    #1307
    crayolon
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    Damn, that’s awesome. Looking at Jucer now. A bit confused about the "Couldn’t find the required Jucer template files…" error I get on the Code Preview page (not sure which dir it should be pointed at) and also by what you described just now.

    Cheers!

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    atom
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    Templates are located in the jucer source directory (the jucer/source/templates), just go to View->Preferences and set this folder (or copy two files that are in that folder and put them somewhere else, then set this path here).

    Code Preview is not that interesting, this is how the mopho editor looks like in The Jucer
    [img:2xmgqo1m]http://fujitsu-ts.tk/jucer_mopho.jpg[/img:2xmgqo1m]

    #1309
    crayolon
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    Woohoo! Thanks for that fix atom – I can now send NRPN to the Supernova II! Actually, I think you have a typo in EdoModulatorManagerParser.cpp line 31 – should it be ‘nrpn_korg’? Anyway, it doesn’t matter, as I’ve got ‘rpn_korg’ in my xml.

    All CCs for the Supernova II are implemented, and I’m going to add a choice few useful NRPNs as well (doing the whole lot – hundreds – would be ridiculous). When I’m done, should I build a release and send it to you to put on the site, atom?

    #20675
    MCBIV
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    Heya did these ever get made and would it be possible to get a copy of each… please and thnx… 🙂

    #22134
    Acidan
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    did this panel ever see the light of day? would love to get my hands on a working editor for the Supernova 2

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