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Re: PCM 80 mem upgrade, (and more)



These are the ones I used. Tell them you need a pair
that match, or are at least from the same
manufacturer(just to be safe). I got 4 modules , and
two of them were different from the other two. The PCM
only uses 2.

http://www.memoryx.net/pc7-2594.html

=RANDY= 
--- Claude Voit <c.voit@vtx.ch> wrote:

> Randy
> 
> could you tell me where you got the pcm80 simms mail
> order
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Claude
> 
> 
> >I was able to get a pair(2) of 4meg SIMMs -mail
> order.
> > Installed them, moved the jumper, powered up...and
> > it's done. works.
> >
> > About the timimg issue (or lack of)I don't know if
> > this is of help, but I found this. I'm
> copy/pasting
> > here:
> > -------------------------------
> >    quote:JingleJungle said:
> >    I have purchased a Peavey PC1600x controller
> which
> > I am happily using as a LARC unit for my lexicon
> > PCM81.
> >
> > Sweet! I use a Peavey PC1600x with my Lexicon
> PCM-81
> > as well. [Smile]
> >
> >    quote:JingleJungle said:
> >    The only thing I cannot manage to send is a
> value
> > for MIDI tempo. I can tell the Lexicon to receive
> the
> > tempo via a CC message but still it isn't reading
> it.
> >
> > The Lexicon PCM-81 Tempo Source (location 0.2 in
> the
> > matrix) may be set via one of three methods:
> >
> > 1. internal rate (location 0.0 in the matrix)
> > 2. front panel tap button
> > 3. incoming MIDI clock
> >
> > Note that MIDI CC is not a valid source with which
> to
> > set the tempo of the PCM-81. (pp. 2-19 through
> 2-20 in
> > the manual.)
> >
> >    quote:JingleJungle said:
> >    The PCM81 is supposed to read the 0-127 MIDI
> range
> > and apply it to its 40-400 bpm clock but somehow
> it
> > isn't happening...
> >
> > Actually, the PCM-81 can use Tempo Rate as a
> source in
> > its modulation matrix, and it maps the 40-400
> tempo to
> > a range of 0-127, but the reverse is not true. (p.
> 5-7
> > in the manual.)
> >
> > Also, if you go into your mod matrix and choose a
> MIDI
> > CC as a source for one of your mod routings,
> notice
> > that Tempo Rate is not an available destination
> for
> > the routing.
> >
> > In short, there is no way to control the Lexicon
> > PCM-81's tempo by means of a MIDI CC value.
> >
> > however... [Big Grin]
> >
> > Since the PC-1600x can send MIDI SysEx, we can use
> it
> > to control the PCM-81 tempo...it just gets a
> little
> > more complicated. [Wink] (btw, this should work
> for a
> > PCM-80 also, but since I do not own on of those, I
> > cannot confirm it.)
> >
> > First, we need to make sure the PCM-81 is set to
> be
> > controlled via SysEx. Check to make sure the
> following
> > are set properly in the PCM-81 matrix:
> >
> > Control Mode (1.2) System Tempo Mode = GLOBAL
> > Control Mode (3.1) MIDI Receive = OMNI
> > Control Mode (3.4) MIDI Automation = ON
> > Control Mode (3.4) MIDI Target ID = ALL (127)**
> > Control Mode (3.7) MIDI SysEx = RECEIVE ON
> > Control Mode (3.7) MIDI Device ID = 0**
> >
> > ** use the Load/* key to access these params when
> > positioned at the address in the matrix...e.g.,
> (3.4)
> > will toggle between MIDI Automation and MIDI
> Target
> > ID.
> >
> > Now move to the Peavey PC-1600x. In the setup you
> have
> > built, select and edit the fader you were trying
> to
> > use for tempo. Change its settings to these:
> >
> > Function: String
> > String Sequence: F0 06 07 dv 0B 00 20 00 pr pr pr
> pr
> > F7
> > Min: 0
> > Max: 360
> > Param Format: 4Byte, Nibs, lo->hi
> > Name: Tempo (or whatever you like)
> >
> > Here is how the string is defined:
> >
> > F0 = SysEx message ID
> > 06 = Lexicon ID
> > 07 = PCM-80 ID (81 will also recognize this)
> > dv = Device ID
> > 0B 00 = SysEx Message Type = Parameter Dump
> > 20 00 = Global Tempo Value
> > pr pr pr pr = lo to hi nibble-ized Decimal Tempo
> Value
> > F7 = SysEx End-of-Message
> >
> > (note that in the hexadecimal string, the "0"
> glyph is
> > a numeric zero, not the letter "O.")
> >
> > Save that and give it a go. Movement of the fader
> in
> > question should change the tempo, and you will see
> the
> > number inc/dec if you are in the Tempo Mode, (0.0)
> > Rate location in the matrix. You should also see
> the
> > tempo LED blink rate change (if you have it set to
> > blink).
> >
> > Hope that helps! [Smile]
> >
> > blessÚd be,
> > aeon
> > ----------------
> > reLOOPOOLer
> > <<<RANDY>>>
> >
> >
> >
> >
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> 
> 



                
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