Hello again Spav,
I checked out the link you sent me and it had a high quality copy of the manual, thanks a million! As for my DK600 It still refuses to receive audio or MIDI, but using the freeware program MIDI Monitor I managed to capture the following sysex message:
00 F0 21 01 04 09 02 0E 06 01 01 0D 08 09 06 0B 0A | ! |
10 08 05 0C 0F 0C 08 04 04 07 01 00 0F 02 08 01 0D | |
20 08 0E 00 00 03 03 0A 0D 01 0F 00 0B F7 | |
Spav wrote:One thing on using a composer package make sure you are using a mono channel and routing to the out correctly. I agree it would help if there was some indication that the synth is accepting input.
I think the order for receiving sysex is 95(enter) then set the midi mode to ext.
I am assuming the DK600 requires the same sysex manufacturers ID and product as the Opera 6, if you can capture a sysex dump from the DK600 and show the first few bytes F0 21 xx where xx is the product ID, if it is different for the DK 600 I will hack the sysex. I did post a link to the manual in your other thread. you must make sure that you enable write before you send the sysex to the DK600.
I will have a look at making the .mid file when I get some time. I must also get round to releasing the new firmware as this supports bulk sysex dump.
When you say enable write, you mean pressing 95 [enter}, correct? Should I also press the red record button while Ext/MIDI is on? The only reaction I've gotten so far is when I've pressed 95[enter], enabled int/from and pressed record, which makes both the display and the enter button blink. If I then transmit the opera6 file using Sysex Librarian it stops blinking and reverts to 00, but it does not count upwards from there...
I don't have access to EPROMS or a programmer, unfortunately (nor would I know much about using them, if I did..), but maybe it would be a good investment. Some new and improved firmware from you would definitely be ace!