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Products: Firmware v5.1 (obsolete)
Firmware is a kind of operating system software that runs on microcontrollers (tiny computers) such as used in the Wi-microDig , USB-microDig and microDig. It handles the capture of analog signals, their translation into MIDI data and communication with the I-CubeX editor. It adds intelligence to the digitizer hardware in the form of the features described below. Starting with digitizers that use version 5.0 of the I-CubeX firmware, the digitizers' firmware can be updated with newer firmware versions. For information about other (older/newer) versions of the I-CubeX firmware please visit the support resources.

Standalone mode

Standalone mode gives you the freedom to go anywhere with your I-CubeX setup ! Configure the digitizer to process and map sensor data to MIDI messages with the MacOS editor or the Windows editor and it will remember the settings after power down.

Standalone mode features:

  • Mapping of sensor values to any MIDI channel voice type message ie. note-on/off, key-pressure, control-change, program-change, after-touch (all 7 bit resolution) or pitch-bend (10 bit resolution). MIDI running status can be turned on or off.

  • Sensor data processing: inversion (increasing sensor values result in decreasing MIDI data values), thresholds (the sensor values within the specified range are offset and scaled to the MIDI data output range), zooming (set the sensitivity of an input to a specific voltage range), time averaging (reduce noise by averaging over up to 16 sensor values), differentiation (output only the difference between two successive sensor values), peak/dip detection (detect the largest/smallest value of up to 16 sensor values and output that or a preset value), noise gate (output only when the sensor value changes more than a user-set difference from its current value).

  • Gesture recognition: gesture onset detection (through peak or dip detection mapped to e.g. note-on event with velocity value corresponding to peak or dip value), post-onset processing (continuous averaging and/or differentiation, mapped to e.g. after-touch or pitch-bend messages), gesture end detection (sensor value above/below threshold, mapped to e.g. note-off event).

  • Factory reset option: allows you to return all digitizer settings to its original settings when it was first shipped to you.

Host mode

For more sensor mapping complexity, use the digitizer with host mode plugins such as the objects for MacOS Max and Windows Max or the externals for jMax running on Linux or Unix, and apply almost any signal processing algorithm you like. Other operating systems can be used as long as you run software that can deal with the I-CubeX system exclusive messages.

Reference documentation

The digitizer MIDI communication as implemented by the firmware is described in the microDig firmware v5.1 documentation.

Known bugs

We are not aware of any bugs at this time. Please notify us if you think you may have encountered one.

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