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Old 08-26-2013, 06:51 PM
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Hi there,

my dream to build a custom midi controller for Gsi vb3 is hopefully going to come true. I already have a vintage set of 18 drawbars and two midi cpus, so I decided do cut the drawbars in half and make two single controllers. So as far as I know I need to load some sysex (please be patient with me because I do not know much more about midi besides that it works on 16 channels). The predefined CC for the drawbars are 12 to 20, but the numbers doesn't matter much since there is a "midi learn" function. Than it would be nice to have at least two knobs for reverb (CC84 ) and drive (CC76) and two switches for percussion on/off and second/third (CC66 and 72) and a three position switch for leslie, but this has already been solved in another thread so I guess I can add it myself. Is it possible to have so much control with a single midi cpu?
To be honest it's quite challenging for me so I'm looking forward to your suggestions.

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Old 08-28-2013, 10:05 AM
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Hey, is there anyone to give me a clue?

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Old 08-30-2013, 04:37 AM
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I've made two sets of drawbars for my nord electro. What you want can certainly be done, your biggest job will be the physical layout and wiring of the drawbars and switches. The wiring of the drawbars will depend on which set you have, Hammond made a few different kinds. The ones I used with the wood case came from an m100 with resistance wires. I physically made an entirely different electronic setup with 10k slide pots under the bars using only the drawbars themselves, not the wires or contacts. There is another thread which outlines the difficulty of making a switch matrix

The red drawbars came from a Hammond t500 (both these organs were dead a long time ago, so any Hammond preservationists can relax). These drawbars had a circuit board with resistors between the contact bars, so I changed the resistors to 1k, which made a 10k total. (the original was less than 2k). This set of drawbars was easier to make, because I did not have to take apart the original assembly, but the end result is not as satisfactory, because the interaction of the contacts and the drawbars is not as smooth as the 10k pot version, and there is cross talk between the drawbars, not much, but the other set functions better. The wood box version was harder to make.

The sysex was not that hard, especially as it was my first attempt. Adding extra switches and controls would be fairly easy, and John would help you get the code right.
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Thank you much for your post. I think I saw the red one on the nord user forum and your project was a sort of critical one because I said to me - if one can program the cpu to work with a keyboard, where you have to probably do some "reverse engineering" why couldn't I make it work with software? I especially like the wooden one - what kind of wood did you use? A cherry wood?
You mentioned crosstalk happening in the red one. I had a longer mail conversation with John before I decided to buy the cpus and we discussed also this problem.
He wrote me: "If you can, try using 150-ohm or 220-ohm resistors
instead. This will reduce any "crosstalk" between the different bars.
If crosstalk does happen, you can disconnect the pull-up resistors on
CT 16-23 if necessary (I can detail this later). CT 8-14 do not have
pull-ups that affect analog input". So hope this helps.
I'm know kind of thinking and trying to fit the control layout inside a paper box before I start making a final one either from wood or metal. So I would like to get the most switches and knobs as possible because you know - on a real thing there are a lot.
Anyways thank you for your input

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Old 08-30-2013, 03:10 PM
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The one on the nord forum is not mine. That guy was trying to make a commercial product, which did not pan out due to the release of the nord 4 with drawbars.
The wooden one was stuff I had lying around, the top and bottom were an unknown hardwood plywood, and the sides are hemlock. I stained and varathaned the whole thing after to make everything match.
Either one could be easily re-programmed to whatever CC's you want.

The cross talk is fairly minimal, I was just letting you know that using 10k pots under the drawbars has advantages, even though it' harder to build.
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Hi Štěpán,

Thanks for your patience.

If you want to start with something simple, we can just set up one MIDI CPU control terminal to accept an analog input voltage and generate CC output. That will allow you to experiment with wiring a single drawbar.

For example, to send CC #0 from analog input on MIDI CPU terminal 23, you would use this message:

Code:
// header, CT config, layer 0
F0 00 01 5D 04 01 00

// CT 23.  Analog input, CC #0 output.
17 00 04 00 00 0A

// footer
F7
For information on sending the sysex message to the MIDI CPU, see:

http://forum.highlyliquid.com/showthread.php?t=280

If you can get that working, then go ahead and post a list of MIDI CPU control terminals from 0-23 and your proposed function for each. From there, I can help to formulate a complete configuration sysex message that you can send to the MIDI CPU.
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Old 10-26-2014, 08:49 AM
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Hi I am back after a while since I choosed this controller as my bachelor project this year (I study mechanical engineering so I have quite limited knowledge of electrical circuits). So I tried to send the sysex message via midi - usb interface using SendSX and the diode blinked when when I hitted send and also when I closed the program, but my daw still doesn't register any incoming CC. So I'm thinking about best way to troubleshoot this issue. Maybe it would be better to start with a simple sysex to configure an ON/OFF switch and than move on. Any suggestions?


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hi..


first, what midi interface are you using? is the driver current?

what midi app/utility? I recommend using SendSx


you need to setup SendSx to receive midi msgs so you can Monitor them as they are sent out

make sure your midi wires are on right.. check the Hardware pdf to see how they hook up. it's very easy to get wrong.
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Hi folks, I have some time now so I would like to finally troubleshoot the midi cpu wiring and programming in order to move to different tasks. I realized I was using one of the cheap midi interfaces though it had bespeco logo on it - it is the exact same china product. So I switched to Steinberg usb soundcard and following this http://forum.highlyliquid.com/showthread.php?t=267 thread I was able to use it basically as a midi thru device and also movind a potentiometer on the 23 terminal it transmitted note on/off messages. I was even able to type and send specific note on events via SendSX to ensure everythind was plugged the right way. But when I tried to send John's basic CC #0 message it didn't show any activity when moving the pot after closing Send Sx. Next time when I opened SendSX it somehow woke up and sent note messages again (sometimes I had to switch it off/on). So there is clearly something wrong in the programming part. Any solution to this problem?

Thanks for your help,

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Hi Štěpán,

You'll have to post the results of a config dump from the MIDI CPU. This will help to diagnose the problem.

A config dump is described here:

http://forum.highlyliquid.com/showthread.php?t=418
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Hi, it's there: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4...Qjg&authuser=0 Again it din't send anything after trying to programm it and started to transmit note on as before after switching it off/on.

Thanks for your help,

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Hi, it's there: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4...Qjg&authuser=0 Again it din't send anything after trying to programm it and started to transmit note on as before after switching it off/on.

Thanks for your help,

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Here's the layer 0 control terminal config from the config dump:

Code:
F0 00 01 5D 04 01 00
00 00 44 00 3C 7F 00 01 44 00 3C 00
01 00 44 00 3D 7F 01 01 44 00 3D 00
02 00 44 00 3E 7F 02 01 44 00 3E 00
03 00 44 00 3F 7F 03 01 44 00 3F 00
04 00 44 00 40 7F 04 01 44 00 40 00
05 00 44 00 41 7F 05 01 44 00 41 00
06 00 44 00 42 7F 06 01 44 00 42 00
07 00 44 00 43 7F 07 01 44 00 43 00
08 00 44 00 44 7F 08 01 44 00 44 00
09 00 44 00 45 7F 09 01 44 00 45 00
0A 00 44 00 46 7F 0A 01 44 00 46 00
0B 00 44 00 47 7F 0B 01 44 00 47 00
0C 00 44 00 48 7F 0C 01 44 00 48 00
0D 00 44 00 49 7F 0D 01 44 00 49 00
0E 00 44 00 4A 7F 0E 01 44 00 4A 00
0F 00 44 00 4B 7F 0F 01 44 00 4B 00
10 00 44 00 4C 7F 10 01 44 00 4C 00
11 00 44 00 4D 7F 11 01 44 00 4D 00
12 00 44 00 4E 7F 12 01 44 00 4E 00
13 00 44 00 4F 7F 13 01 44 00 4F 00
14 00 44 00 50 7F 14 01 44 00 50 00
15 00 44 00 51 7F 15 01 44 00 51 00
16 00 44 00 52 7F 16 01 44 00 52 00
17 00 44 00 53 7F 17 01 44 00 53 00
F7
It is the "factory" config. So in other words, your attempts to load the MIDI CPU with a new config have been unsuccessful.

I'm attaching the same sysex that I wrote earlier (CC output from analog input on CT 23), but this time as a binary .syx file. Try sending it to the MIDI CPU again. Look for the MIDI CPU to reboot itself (the ACT LED will light for 1 second) when it is received.
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Old 01-22-2015, 12:33 PM
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Hi, now I finally got it working! Thank you very much - do you have any idea why it did not accept the hexadecimal file? Anyways, now I can test different wirings of the drawbars (pots/the original resistors) and I'll be back when the final config is needed.

Thans for your patience

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Old 04-06-2015, 02:24 PM
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Hi, I tried to configure my own sys ex using http://forum.highlyliquid.com/showthread.php?t=1184 and I was partially successful. I needed to send CC40 so instead of F0 00 01 5D 04 01 00 17 00 04 00 00 0A F7 a wrote F0 00 01 5D 04 01 00 17 00 04 00 28 0A F7 - 28 in hex. So far so good. But I have troubles with configuring other pins. I don’t understand the "d1 (Data register address for CC value)". So can you plese explain how to configure for example: send CC41 from pin 22?

Thanks for your help,

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Old 06-22-2015, 11:12 PM
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Very sorry for the slow response.

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Hi, now I finally got it working! Thank you very much - do you have any idea why it did not accept the hexadecimal file?
Difficult to say. Many/most USB MIDI interfaces are unreliable when large SysEx files are involved.

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Hi, I tried to configure my own sys ex using http://forum.highlyliquid.com/showthread.php?t=1184 and I was partially successful. I needed to send CC40 so instead of F0 00 01 5D 04 01 00 17 00 04 00 00 0A F7 a wrote F0 00 01 5D 04 01 00 17 00 04 00 28 0A F7 - 28 in hex. So far so good. But I have troubles with configuring other pins. I don’t understand the "d1 (Data register address for CC value)". So can you plese explain how to configure for example: send CC41 from pin 22?
The important info is in the "Analog Input Data Registers" table in the manual. The analog input value for pin 22 is stored in register 09h.

Therefore, to get CC 41 from pin 22, the config chunk looks like this:

16 00 04 00 29 09 F7

Hope this helps.
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Ok, so I´m finally finishing this project, here are few photos. I´m using two CPUs and I managed to upload one sketch and all analog terminals for potentiometers are working except for CT 23 and the logic input terminals CT 0...4 seem to send only "on state". Can you please check my sketch?







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Old 01-26-2016, 11:54 AM
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Ok so here is the sketch, I attach also the binary file:

//upper manual drawbars, 4*switch, 1*sustain pedal, 1*analog pedal


// Fixed Header
F0 00 01 5D 04 01

// Layer 00h
00


// CT 13, CC 40
0D 00 04 00 28 10

// CT 16, CC 41
10 00 04 00 29 03

// CT 17, CC 42
11 00 04 00 2A 04

// CT 18, CC 43
12 00 04 00 2B 05

// CT 19, CC 44
13 00 04 00 2C 06

// CT 20, CC 45
14 00 04 00 2D 07

// CT 21, CC 46
15 00 04 00 2E 08

// CT 22, CC 47
16 00 04 00 2F 09

// CT 23, CC 48
17 00 04 00 30 0A


// CT 8, CC 100 ASSIGNABLE FOOT CONTROLLER
08 00 04 00 64 0F



// CT 0, CC 66, PERCUSSION ON/OFF
00 00 4C 00 42 7F

// CT 1, CC 70, PERCUSSION VOLUME
01 00 4C 00 46 7F

// CT 2, CC 71, PERCUSSION DECAY
02 00 4C 00 47 7F

// CT 3, CC 72, PERCUSSION HARMONIC
03 00 4C 00 48 7F

// CT 4, CC 64, SUSTAIN PEDAL
04 00 4C 00 40 00



// Footer
F7


And here is what I get from CT23, CT 0...4 respectively

21913: B0 64 55 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 85
21914: B0 28 50 [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 80
21915: B0 30 72 [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 114
21916: B0 64 64 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 100
21917: B0 28 5E [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 94
21918: B0 30 79 [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 121
21919: B0 64 6C [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 108
21920: B0 28 66 [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 102
21921: B0 30 7C [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 124
21922: B0 64 70 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 112
21923: B0 28 6C [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 108
21924: B0 30 7E [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 126
21925: B0 64 72 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 114
21926: B0 28 6F [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 111
21927: B0 30 7F [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 127
21928: B0 64 73 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 115
21929: B0 28 70 [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 112




33962: B0 42 7F [CC66 Sostenuto] chan 1 val 127

33997: B0 46 7F [CC70 Sound Variation] chan 1 val 127

34059: B0 47 7F [CC71 Timbre/Resonance] chan 1 val 127

33939: B0 48 7F [CC72 Sound Release] chan 1 val 127

33843: B0 40 00 [CC64 Hold Pedal] chan 1 val 0
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Old 01-29-2016, 08:18 AM
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Meanwhile I started to program the second CPU, but with ver. 1.2a the ACT led continuously blinks and it sends these messages:

25159: B0 4C 12 [CC76 Sound Control 7] chan 1 val 18
125160: B0 07 19 [CC7 Volume MSB] chan 1 val 25
125161: B0 32 1F [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 31
125162: B0 3A 06 [CC58 LSB] chan 1 val 6
125163: B0 54 06 [CC84 <none>] chan 1 val 6
125164: B0 4C 09 [CC76 Sound Control 7] chan 1 val 9
125165: B0 07 0F [CC7 Volume MSB] chan 1 val 15
125166: B0 32 16 [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 22
125167: B0 3A 03 [CC58 LSB] chan 1 val 3
125168: B0 54 03 [CC84 <none>] chan 1 val 3
125169: B0 4C 04 [CC76 Sound Control 7] chan 1 val 4
125170: B0 07 08 [CC7 Volume MSB] chan 1 val 8
125171: B0 32 0F [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 15
125172: B0 3A 02 [CC58 LSB] chan 1 val 2
125173: B0 54 01 [CC84 <none>] chan 1 val 1
125174: B0 4C 02 [CC76 Sound Control 7] chan 1 val 2
125175: B0 07 04 [CC7 Volume MSB] chan 1 val 4
125176: B0 32 09 [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 9
125177: B0 54 00 [CC84 <none>] chan 1 val 0
125178: B0 4C 01 [CC76 Sound Control 7] chan 1 val 1
125179: B0 07 02 [CC7 Volume MSB] chan 1 val 2
125180: B0 32 05 [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 5
125181: B0 3A 01 [CC58 LSB] chan 1 val 1
125182: B0 4C 00 [CC76 Sound Control 7] chan 1 val 0
125183: B0 07 01 [CC7 Volume MSB] chan 1 val 1
125184: B0 32 04 [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 4
125185: B0 07 00 [CC7 Volume MSB] chan 1 val 0
125186: B0 32 03 [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 3
125187: B0 32 02 [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 2
125188: B0 32 01 [CC50 GP Slider 3 LSB] chan 1 val 1


(I had a pot connected to CT 23 sending CC 58 and could use it as a controller, but I have no idea, why its generating the other messages)


Terminals 8, 9, 10 and 23 work fine, but the others send the programmed CC only in about 10% of the upper range - values 110-118
I tried loading also ver. 1.4beta4 and 1.3beta4, but with these I wasn´t able to upload my sketch.

Here is the sketch for CPU 2:

//lower manual drawbars, 3pots, 1encoder, 1switch

// Fixed Header
F0 00 01 5D 04 01
// Layer 00h
00

// CT 13, CC 50
0D 00 04 00 32 10

// CT 16, CC 51
10 00 04 00 33 03

// CT 17, CC 52
11 00 04 00 34 04

// CT 18, CC 53
12 00 04 00 35 05

// CT 19, CC 54
13 00 04 00 36 06

// CT 20, CC 55
14 00 04 00 37 07

// CT 21, CC 56
15 00 04 00 38 08

// CT 22, CC 57
16 00 04 00 39 09

// CT 23, CC 58
17 00 04 00 3A 0A



// CT 8, CC 84 REVERB
08 00 04 00 54 0F

// CT 9, CC 76 DRIVE
09 00 04 00 4C 0D

// CT 10, CC 7 VOLUME
0A 00 04 00 07 0B



// CT 0, CC 8, VALUE FROM ENCODER
00 00 14 00 08 11

// CT 1, CC 8, VALUE FROM ENCODER
01 00 14 00 08 11



// CT 3, CC 123, TRANSITION LOW TO HIGH, ALL NOTES OFF
03 01 4C 00 7B 00

// Footer
F7
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Hi ludvicek,



when you posted this..


Quote:
21913: B0 64 55 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 85
21914: B0 28 50 [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 80
21915: B0 30 72 [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 114
21916: B0 64 64 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 100
21917: B0 28 5E [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 94
21918: B0 30 79 [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 121
21919: B0 64 6C [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 108
21920: B0 28 66 [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 102
21921: B0 30 7C [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 124
21922: B0 64 70 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 112
21923: B0 28 6C [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 108
21924: B0 30 7E [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 126
21925: B0 64 72 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 114
21926: B0 28 6F [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 111
21927: B0 30 7F [CC48 GP Slider 1 LSB] chan 1 val 127
21928: B0 64 73 [CC100 Reg Parm LSB] chan 1 val 115
21929: B0 28 70 [CC40 Balance LSB] chan 1 val 112

is that just one pedal moving??
if so, it appears you have assigned three CC's to the one pedal.. like you may have three Layers assigned to it.



this part..

Quote:
33962: B0 42 7F [CC66 Sostenuto] chan 1 val 127

33997: B0 46 7F [CC70 Sound Variation] chan 1 val 127

34059: B0 47 7F [CC71 Timbre/Resonance] chan 1 val 127

33939: B0 48 7F [CC72 Sound Release] chan 1 val 127

33843: B0 40 00 [CC64 Hold Pedal] chan 1 val 0
what type of switches are being used? latching or momentary?
all I see is code to turn the CC on the first four and turn off the 5th. Where is your code to turn off 1-4 and on #5?
if you are using momentary switches, you probably want to use "Toggle Mode" 56h instead of mode 4Ch

best you get a full configuration dump of what is inside the CPU/1 so far.. check the end of the manual on how to do so.
please try to clean up the dump so it is aligned properly for each CT and post it in here for analysis.

We will check the CPU/1 first, then move on to CPU/2
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Hi, thanks for a quick reply! This was very helpful, since I didn´t realize that I have to configure both on and off states for the switches, so I configured it that way and it works perfectly. So right now there is only problem with CT 23 which should send only CC48, but sends also CC40 and CC100. I post part of the dump message and attach also a full configuration dump.

B0 29 7F
B0 2A 7F
B0 2B 7F
B0 2C 7F
B0 2D 7F
B0 2E 7F
B0 2F 7F
B0 30 7F
B0 64 75
B0 28 74
B0 28 73

Here is a part of the four lines describing CT23, it doesn´t seem to have anything in the other layers
17 00 04 00 30 0A 17 01 04 00 30 0A
17 00 7F 00 00 00 17 01 7F 00 00 00
17 00 7F 00 00 00 17 01 7F 00 00 00
17 00 7F 00 00 00 17 01 7F 00 00 00


F0 00 01 5D 04 02 7F F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 03 7F 00 F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 04 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 05 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 2F 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A 5B 5C 5D 5E 5F 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6F 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 7A 7B 7C 7D 7E 7F F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 07 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 2F 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A 5B 5C 5D 5E 5F 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6F 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 7A 7B 7C 7D 7E 7F F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 08 06 04 00 F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 09 00 F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 0A 00 F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 0B 7F F7
F0 00 01 5D 04 7D 04 F7
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