Plays standard Midi files.
Project in progress by rom3
A 16-step sequencer for bass, lead and drum sounds. Use the general Midi sounds stored in the VS1053.
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You're right. I've tested the program and fixed the reverb. Thank you for inform me. I've read the data sheet wrong, without setting the global reverb (talkMIDI(0xB0, 0x0c, 127);) no reverb.
thank you in interesting in my project. The global midi reverb need be rework, but the reverb for the channels work. It can be true that the clock for the vs1053 could be higher, test it. I've read in one forum, higher clock decrease the polyphony. Witch version you used (bass_drum_computerII.rot or Bass_Drum_Lead_computer) and what vs1053 board? The second version is a early version with no note off. Played notes with long playing sound reduce the polyphony. Can you input
talkMIDI(0xB7, 0x7b, 127); //all notes channel 7 off
talkMIDI(0xB8, 0x7b, 127); //all notes channel 8 off
at line 242 for the second version. Than you got only sixteenth notes but more playable notes.
The first version, is an death end, but I think to fix the note off routine and the song mode. Try https://github.com/rom33/BassDrumComputer/tree/425716a05f51281935db839fbccba875d58da8c7
for a working song mode of the old version.
Sorry to hear that your display has a broken touch. Theoretical all vs1053 boards must work. I use this one( https://www.banggood.com/VS1053-MP3-Module-Development-Board-On-Board-Recording-Function-p-1244003.html?cur_warehouse=CN). I was unable to add this link in the part list. And sorry no video online.
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