We just updated the Arduinome firmware from a .pde to a .ino file, as well as some other small fixes. Let us know if there are any issues with uploading the firmware using Arduino version 1.0 We also updated the Arduinome parts list and instructions for changing the UNO serial number.
Monthly Archives: January 2012
Thanks to GreaterThanZero for helping out with his thoughts on the process. We’ve updated the instructions to help clarify putting the boards in DFU mode, checking to see if they are in SFU mode, and how to see if the new Serial Number has taken.
Made some major changes to the serial protocol for the chronome. It now fully supports the ROW, COL, and MAP calls with rotation. I’ve also tried to add a basic debounce to grid/key messages. These changes require the new firmware (version 1.12) to be loaded onto the arduino, and for the new chronome/libmonome to be [...]
The ATChopperV2.ens is a Reaktor patch that streams in audio and allows you to chop, or re-sequence the audio in real time. The chops are all set to a quantized grid based off of the host tempo (similar to how MLR works, but as a VST). Additionally, the buttons 0-7 can be mapped to MIDI [...]
Our friend David Howe just finished his first version of MLR for Reaktor.
Nice review from the guys over at Resident Advisor on the LA Monomeet. Thank you! http://www.residentadvisor.net/review-view.aspx?id=10230
Was awesome to see so many monomers doing their thing, and now thanks to Charlie Visnic everyone can check out some cool highlights from the show. Thanks again to everyone who helped to organize the night. Looking forward to hanging at the next one.
Tim Landauer has finished building one of the first Chronomes from the new batch of PCBs. He’s built a max patch to show some of the color changing. Check out his video here.