scottwilson

  • More euro modules with monome support
    It is so big - I didn't want it to be any bigger for sure. I also had not planned on hosting USB when I built it. Certainly something that I will try to remedy in the future... whenever that may be. s
    scottwilson ·  December 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    It's the same... You'd unplug the monome from the USB extension cable (disconnecting it from the 'b) and plug it into the white whale or whichever module you wanted to attach it to. If I'm understanding. s
    scottwilson ·  December 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    Depends on how you set it up. I have an OTG adapter that connects to a USB extension cable, effectively giving me a USB A female connector on a cable. I don't swap between multiple hosts, but do swap between a 64, 128 (adafruit), and 256, plus …
    scottwilson ·  December 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    It uses the native USB on the Due which powers the 'b. You have to run it out the back or through a gap in your rack.
    scottwilson ·  December 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    I've told him he's making me look bad before. This is great! I have the same issue with a probabilistic Euclidean sequencer I built for the 'b and monome. It's very difficult to represent odd divisions... do you let it rotate, c…
    scottwilson ·  December 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    It's possible, however, there's no hub support at the moment, so it would be either one or the other right now. I do have a potential solution in the works, but it's still early...
    scottwilson ·  November 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    If no one is following the game of life development for the monome/b combo, you should! Mr. Darkly is really kicking ass on this one. 16 analog outs, 16 digital outs, and 17 CV controlled parameters? This is kinda insane.
    scottwilson ·  November 2014
  • a monome hub?
    Was talking with scanner about this offline. There is one (AVR I think) hub support in host stack available from the guys who built the Arduino USB Host shield (http://www.circuitsathome.com/mcu/usb-host-shield-library-version-2-0-released) The dif…
    scottwilson ·  November 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    Another nw2s::b app - otogrid, 4-voice generative sequencer based on the earslap otomata
    scottwilson ·  October 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    Very basic 2-voice sequencer running on the nw2s::b with the monome GS64 as controller. It was 2AM, so bear with it... Eagerly awating the VB256 for some deeper interaction, but I have some ideas that will help the 64 be a little more exciting too. …
    scottwilson ·  October 2014
  • More euro modules with monome support
    Thanks guys for the kind words and mention here. Also thanks to MCD for a good deal on the GS64. Just got the kinks worked out of the 'series' serial protocol (turns out its easiest to just refresh the whole panel every time). I'd li…
    scottwilson ·  October 2014
  • trellis - another DIY keypad
    Found the serial documentation... Just to be clear - the code at https://github.com/rbnstubbs/trellis-monome Implements the 40h protocol here: http://monome.org/docs/tech:serial:40h Correct? Or does it implement more of the set of commands listed…
    scottwilson ·  September 2014
  • trellis - another DIY keypad
    Sorry to dredge up and old thread, but I see that adafruit has a kit now for these pads in 64 and 128 sizes - https://www.adafruit.com/categories/280 I bought a 128 as I want to set it up as a controller for the nw2s::b (http://nw2s.net/), but gett…
    scottwilson ·  September 2014
  • modular possibilities with aleph
    Thanks. That would be cool. In general integration like that should work the same whether it's with the aleph over i2c or with a host device over bluetooth. Would just have to come up with a command framework... Need to add it to the feature re…
    scottwilson ·  January 2014
  • modular possibilities with aleph
    @kotdotnot: "according to the TL074 datasheet that it will reach -8V to 8V however? IMO that should be enough for most" Agreed. It will get from -8 to +8 on 24V rails. For $0.50, you can't beat it. I will be updating the firmware to…
    scottwilson ·  January 2014
  • modular possibilities with aleph
    Hey guys - was pointed here by someone, and I know it's a bit of an older conversation, but just wanted to confirm some of the questions here. I have exposed the I2C via pin headers, so sending that to a plug would be pretty easy. Also, I up…
    scottwilson ·  January 2014