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Disting MK4 midi file playback troubles...
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esmeets
Hi,

I am trying to trigger a midi file from the SD using Disting MK4 but somehow I can not get the job done...

I select algo J1 (midi playback clocked). I've got my SD card inserted in the front with some midi files and a playlist.txt
disting playlist v1
-zeroVNote=48
-loop=1
-bendRange=12
Aescaus-ARP.mid
AescausII-ARP.mid
Aetos-ARP.mid
Alecto-ARP.mid
Amphisbaena-ARP.mid
Antiphates-ARP.mid

When I put a LFO into X, the X and Y LED starts flashing at the speed of the LFO.

When I connect output A (pitch) to my VCO and output B to my adsr, nothing
happends....

hmmm.....
os
zip up and attached the files - it will be easier to debug that way.
esmeets
os wrote:
zip up and attached the files - it will be easier to debug that way.


Thanks. check your PM thumbs up
os
Two problems with the playlist

- the filename is wrong. It should be midi-playlist.txt

- you have a mix of Windows and Unix line ending characters in there, which may be confusing things. Use a better text editor and settle on one or the other.
esmeets
os wrote:
Two problems with the playlist

- the filename is wrong. It should be midi-playlist.txt

- you have a mix of Windows and Unix line ending characters in there, which may be confusing things. Use a better text editor and settle on one or the other.


Thanks!
I have changed the name to "midi-playlist.txt".

It now looks like this:
disting playlist v1
-zeroVNote=48
-loop=1
-bendRange=12
Aescaus-ARP.mid
AescausII-ARP.mid
Aetos-ARP.mid
Alecto-ARP.mid

what are Windows and Unix line ending characters in this file? hmmm.....
os
This is what it looks like in TextWrangler:



If you're on Windows I recommend Notepad++.
https://notepad-plus-plus.org
esmeets
os wrote:
This is what it looks like in TextWrangler:



If you're on Windows I recommend Notepad++.
https://notepad-plus-plus.org




hmmm.....
os
There's an option in Notepad++ somewhere to show 'invisibles' like line ending characters, and a function somewhere to normalise them to one form or other.

This is just for neatness though - it may not actually be tripping up the disting.
drewfx1
os wrote:
There's an option in Notepad++ somewhere to show 'invisibles' like line ending characters


It's View>Show Symbol>Show All Characters thumbs up
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