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Old 01-13-2014, 05:31 PM
taison taison is offline
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Default Programming Md24 via sysex

Hello all,

i am trying to setup my md 24 for controlling 24 servos via Midi cc

Because i am using a mac, i try to create a sysex file via your text to sysex converter and want to send it to the md24 with SysEx Librarian.
But i am not quite shure if i am doing right.

The text i have converted looks like this:

F0 00 01 5D 03 01
00 27 00 00
F7

in my head this now means:
-there is a PWM signal generated on Port 0 of the MD24
-with servo position=controller position (foreward)
-on the Midi channel i have chosen in the dip switch
-and servo control is CC#0

is that correct?and if not,what would the text be like?

and further on,is it possible to convert and dump more than one controller a time? like this:

F0 00 01 5D 03 01
00 27 00 00
01 27 00 01
02 27 00 02
03 27 00 03
04 27 00 04
05 27 00 05
06 27 00 06
07 27 00 07
08 27 00 08
09 27 00 09
0A 27 00 0A
0B 27 00 0B
0C 27 00 0C
0D 27 00 0D
0E 27 00 0E
0F 27 00 0F
10 27 00 10
11 27 00 11
12 27 00 12
13 27 00 13
14 01 00 14
15 01 00 15
16 01 00 16
17 01 00 17
F7


My goal would be to have CC 0 up to CC 23 controlling servo 0 up to 23.
on the selected midi channel on the dip switch.

Thanks for your reply,...and by the way,i have a lot fun with your msa-t.Works great,Thanks...
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Old 01-14-2014, 05:27 PM
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HI Taison, welcome to the forum.

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Hello all,

i am trying to setup my md 24 for controlling 24 servos via Midi cc

Because i am using a mac, i try to create a sysex file via your text to sysex converter and want to send it to the md24 with SysEx Librarian.
But i am not quite shure if i am doing right.

The text i have converted looks like this:

F0 00 01 5D 03 01
00 27 00 00
F7

in my head this now means:
-there is a PWM signal generated on Port 0 of the MD24
-with servo position=controller position (foreward)
-on the Midi channel i have chosen in the dip switch
-and servo control is CC#0

is that correct?and if not,what would the text be like?
Yes, that is correct!

Quote:
and further on,is it possible to convert and dump more than one controller a time? like this:

F0 00 01 5D 03 01
00 27 00 00
01 27 00 01
02 27 00 02
03 27 00 03
04 27 00 04
05 27 00 05
06 27 00 06
07 27 00 07
08 27 00 08
09 27 00 09
0A 27 00 0A
0B 27 00 0B
0C 27 00 0C
0D 27 00 0D
0E 27 00 0E
0F 27 00 0F
10 27 00 10
11 27 00 11
12 27 00 12
13 27 00 13
14 01 00 14
15 01 00 15
16 01 00 16
17 01 00 17
F7


My goal would be to have CC 0 up to CC 23 controlling servo 0 up to 23.
on the selected midi channel on the dip switch.
Yes, that is correct also! But I notice that the mode value mm is set incorrectly to 01h instead of 27h for outputs 14h-17h.

Please let us know how it works for you! I'm very interested to know what you are planning to do with 24 servos!
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Old 01-14-2014, 06:39 PM
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HI Taison, welcome to the forum.



Yes, that is correct!



Yes, that is correct also! But I notice that the mode value mm is set incorrectly to 01h instead of 27h for outputs 14h-17h.

Thats a small mistake in your FIRMWARE MANUAL...but i guessed its wrong.

Please let us know how it works for you! I'm very interested to know what you are planning to do with 24 servos!
Thanks a lot.It is working.You will be the first to know what i am doing with 24 servos...
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