Author Archives: Mark Weber

Uniflex system computer selection

You’re right, Uniflex is neither a big footprint nor a high-demand user of resources.  Most of the “work” is offloaded to the chamber and console interface boards.  I don’t know what the Fluidsynth requirements are, but I can try to … Continue reading

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Uniflex board worksheet

I’ll send you some Excel sheets in the format I use.  They are macro-enabled templates, which you should install in your Excel templates folder. Do I read your spreadsheet correctly in that it appears some of the chests have been … Continue reading

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Photos of historical Uniflex output boards

128 pin positive common ouput board   128 pin negative common ouput board   96 pin negative common output baord

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Steps to complete Uniflex project

do have another question and this is about the next steps we have to take. What I know is hearsay and I would like to firm it up. These steps are modified for our particular project.  This is what I … Continue reading

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Pianocorder and MIDI and driver boards

OK Mike. I have a couple other questions. This customer would like to control an upright piano from the organ console. This piano has a pianocorder in it. I did find this interface but it does not seem that it would interface … Continue reading

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