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Its usually a bad idea to mess with instruments settings during playback if you havent saved in a while.

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You guys deserve your own section of the board, honestly.
I think it'd be useful to a lot of people. smile

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egr wrote:

I gotten several crashes and freezes while working with the monowave.  Is OSC mode more taxing on the processor or just tempermental or whosiswhatzig?

I agree with prof, also, are you playing back multiple instances of the same instrument to get more clipping? That doesnt help.

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Anyone here working on OpenDingux is having issues with the sound going off all of a sudden? I am, and I have to quit piggy and restart it for the sound to be back.

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It's a little bit off topic and it was posted befote in other thread, but it should be placed here:

LittleGPTracker syncing via audio (as a master) - Tape sync / Sync 24

Hello.

I improved Matt Nida piggy to tape sync:
http://chipmusic.org/forums/topic/1869/ … m-machine/
This is for syncing LGPT with device,that can accept Tape sync signal.

Also I improved this method to use it as SYNC 24 (or DIN SYNC) signal.
This is for syncing LGPT with device,that can accept Sync 24 signal.

In both cases, LGPT must be a Master and you can use only One channel
for normal audio output (= No stereo panning). The second channel is used
for syncing audio signal.

××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
TAPE SYNC:
××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××

... you can use default pulse from default LGPT samplelibrary (comes in install
folder):
LGPT\install\samplelib\Oscs\square.wav
this is 50/50 duty square cycle

... You can run piggy in normal, not double tempo:

1.Set tempo to 120 BPM, set default groove for other tracks to 06/06
(you have to set GROV00 command in non tape sync tracks/phrases)

2.Set new groove (GROOVE01) for tape sync signal to 03/03

3. Fill Tape sync Phrase with:
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01

(you can use GROV command once, you can use Hop Command ...)

4. Set instrument 00 to:
Sample: LGPT\install\samplelib\Oscs\square.wav
Pan: FE
Root note: C 3
Loop mode: oscillator
Automation: False
Table: 00

Set instrument 01 to:
Sample: LGPT\install\samplelib\Oscs\square.wav
Pan: FE
Root note: C 3
Loop mode: oscillator
Automation: False
Table: 01

5. Set Table 00 to:
PTCH 000C
PTCH 0000
PTCH 000C

Set Table 01 to:
PTCH 0000
PTCH 000C
PTCH 0000

Done!
Tape phrase now runs twice faster, so you can run piggy in normal tempo with 6/6
ticks per note.
Tried with tr 707

××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
SYNC 24:
××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××

I tried this one on my Win32 LGPT and Prophet64(on real C64)
(connected AudioR-Clock//Pin3 of DIN//,Ground-Ground//Pin2 of DIN//).

Sync24 uses very high volume, so I can't get it from my Dingoo or PSP yet (sorry, no
time for some solution). but that's not a big problem.
you can use some preamp I think
So, here it is:

1.Set default groove for all tracks to 06/06

2.Fill Sync24 Phrase in all 16 (0F) lines with:
D7 I00

3. Set instrument 00 to:
Sample: LGPT\install\samplelib\Oscs\square.wav
Volume: 255 (need highest possible)
Pan: FE
Root note: G 0
Detune: 87
Loop mode: looper sync
Automation: False
Table: --

4. Set volume of your LGPT to highest possible and maybee use some preamp to connect it to Sync 24 input

Done!
Bye.
ryba

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Ok, I have my Barry White, my candles, brie and sun dried tomatos with french bread and my sudden trumpets.

Thats right, my Dingoo just arrived, time for me, piggy, my dinger and OD to do the nasty like a quartet of drunk teenage virgins in the back seat of a rented limo and hour after prom.

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ryba wrote:

Also I improved this method to use it as SYNC 24 (or DIN SYNC) signal.
This is for syncing LGPT with device,that can accept Sync 24 signal.

That is AMAZING! So a pre-amp and a cheap Sync24 to MIDI box and you've got cross-platform Piggy MIDI sync. Amazing work!!

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Lazerbeat wrote:

a quartet of drunk teenage virgins in the back seat of a rented limo

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Off topic i know. but if any one sees a Caanoo for sale online with a piggy sticker on the back let me know. mine was stolen... i have a new one but i still would like one back.

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shiiiiiiiitttyyyyy

I'll keep an eye out.

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ryba wrote:

It's a little bit off topic and it was posted befote in other thread, but it should be placed here:

LittleGPTracker syncing via audio (as a master) - Tape sync / Sync 24

Hello.

I improved Matt Nida piggy to tape sync:
http://chipmusic.org/forums/topic/1869/ … m-machine/
This is for syncing LGPT with device,that can accept Tape sync signal.

Also I improved this method to use it as SYNC 24 (or DIN SYNC) signal.
This is for syncing LGPT with device,that can accept Sync 24 signal.

In both cases, LGPT must be a Master and you can use only One channel
for normal audio output (= No stereo panning). The second channel is used
for syncing audio signal.

××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
TAPE SYNC:
××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××

... you can use default pulse from default LGPT samplelibrary (comes in install
folder):
LGPT\install\samplelib\Oscs\square.wav
this is 50/50 duty square cycle

... You can run piggy in normal, not double tempo:

1.Set tempo to 120 BPM, set default groove for other tracks to 06/06
(you have to set GROV00 command in non tape sync tracks/phrases)

2.Set new groove (GROOVE01) for tape sync signal to 03/03

3. Fill Tape sync Phrase with:
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01
D5 I00 GROV 01
D5 I01 GROV 01

(you can use GROV command once, you can use Hop Command ...)

4. Set instrument 00 to:
Sample: LGPT\install\samplelib\Oscs\square.wav
Pan: FE
Root note: C 3
Loop mode: oscillator
Automation: False
Table: 00

Set instrument 01 to:
Sample: LGPT\install\samplelib\Oscs\square.wav
Pan: FE
Root note: C 3
Loop mode: oscillator
Automation: False
Table: 01

5. Set Table 00 to:
PTCH 000C
PTCH 0000
PTCH 000C

Set Table 01 to:
PTCH 0000
PTCH 000C
PTCH 0000

Done!
Tape phrase now runs twice faster, so you can run piggy in normal tempo with 6/6
ticks per note.
Tried with tr 707

××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
SYNC 24:
××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××

I tried this one on my Win32 LGPT and Prophet64(on real C64)
(connected AudioR-Clock//Pin3 of DIN//,Ground-Ground//Pin2 of DIN//).

Sync24 uses very high volume, so I can't get it from my Dingoo or PSP yet (sorry, no
time for some solution). but that's not a big problem.
you can use some preamp I think
So, here it is:

1.Set default groove for all tracks to 06/06

2.Fill Sync24 Phrase in all 16 (0F) lines with:
D7 I00

3. Set instrument 00 to:
Sample: LGPT\install\samplelib\Oscs\square.wav
Volume: 255 (need highest possible)
Pan: FE
Root note: G 0
Detune: 87
Loop mode: looper sync
Automation: False
Table: --

4. Set volume of your LGPT to highest possible and maybee use some preamp to connect it to Sync 24 input

Done!
Bye.
ryba

Sweet!  Trying this out with my R-70 smile

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Lazerbeat wrote:

Ok, I have my Barry White, my candles, brie and sun dried tomatos with french bread and my sudden trumpets.

Thats right, my Dingoo just arrived, time for me, piggy, my dinger and OD to do the nasty like a quartet of drunk teenage virgins in the back seat of a rented limo and hour after prom.

is this a 330?

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kineticturtle wrote:

shiiiiiiiitttyyyyy

I'll keep an eye out.

thanx dood.

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PULSELOOPER wrote:

is this a 330?

Nope, a320!

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Lazerbeat wrote:
PULSELOOPER wrote:

is this a 330?

Nope, a320!

Ah, nice!