Having 2 crashes & Tom3 all be the green trigger is _really_ nice.
As I mentioned in the inital post, figuring out where to wire the buttons and such is the springboard,
Blanko;244385 said:"Still not sure about connecting the opto-isolators to the lpt port.
Hi Jason,I understand your question. The quote is correct: the current MSAfirmware does not allow for a fixed-length output pulse, independent ofnote length.But "fixed-length output pulse" is functionality that should probably bein there anyway. It could be included in a firmware update for theproduct. If you decide to make the purchase, I could send you a boardwith a "beta" version of the new firmware--it could be ready within a week.In addition to the new output mode, there would be an additionalconfiguration parameter that would set the output pulse length. So youcould tweak the setting to get things working right.Let me know if that sounds like a good idea...Best Regards,John
Ok--great. I'll let you know when I have something for you.Multiple notes mapped to a single output is also a good idea, but itwould be a much bigger undertaking to add (only because of the way thefirmware is currently implemented). So I can't offer it at thistime--sorry. But I will be considering it in the future. In the meantime, of course, you can tie together multiple outputs andachieve this sort of functionality.John
Ah, thanks.In response to the person with 12 notes that must be mapped to the gamecontroller: this could easily be achieved with two MSA units chainedtogether. The MSA has built-in MIDI Thru.I hope you'll post your results online--I'd definitely link to them fromthe blog. I'll let you know how things come along.John