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  • Sun 2019.08.04

    Agree @indianajones, not much excitement on the MIDI topic yet.

    Looking over:­.js
    and for WiFi­UI

    couldn't a server be created, and mimic the same methods to communicate as in the source for the BLE version? Although I don't know of a well done example, others did help me a while back. Start at the last entry and work backwards with these examples to get an idea of what would be needed.

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    Sidebar: Interesting you bring up MIDI. During the mid seventies, nearly a decade before Bill Gates would be on the radar and a household name, I cobbled together (a full 8 x 10in wire wrap project - no soldering) a sequencer with an 8088 and 8255 running commands written in assembler, along with whopping 2K memory chips to a Roland Juno-60, one of the last analog synths without MIDI, all over serial RS232! This was several years before MIDI would take hold. The Yamaha DX-7 comes to mind that exploited the MIDI benefits.

  • Wow, you predate me! I remember the iconic DX-7, but I went with the Roland D-50, which came out a few years later I believe. Still have it.

  • Wow, you predate me!

    Is that the new 2019's way of being polite? ;-) Yeah, where did that forty years go?

    You should see my 45's and album collection and rotary dial corded phone! The Juno-60 still works, along with that micro, but is packed away after my last move. Still play my Fender Rhodes Mark I suitcase piano.

    What are your thoughts on creating a WiFi server to solve your issue?

    I'm guessing you have the MIDI command set for the audio mixer? Shouldn't be that much of a diversion from the BLE example.