Created an on-the-go way to sync my OP-1 with a Raspberry PI using a LCD screen for input / output

edited August 2017 in OP-1
A little project to keep busy - thought I'd share it with the community. If anyone forks, I'd be more than happy to integrate changes.


Here's a quick overview 

Red when the OP-1 is not connected / connecting

op-1_connecting_w

Green when connected and ready to sync

op-1_connected_w

Yellow when synching (yes that's yellow) It can sync everything or just specific folders

op-1_synching_w

Green when complete

op-1_synchronized_w

Comments

  • awesome!
  • Nice! I think someone posted about a similar thing in the old ohpeewon forum.


  • Nice work! Patch renaming via that LCD screen's D-pad would be dope. =)
  • edited August 2017
    Nice project ! Thanks for sharing !
  • edited September 2017
    Hi! I've been working on a project for Raspberry Pi and these character LCDs - a user interface, just like yours, but with lots of capabilities out-of-the-box. You might be interested in it: it has lots of essential Raspberry Pi functions bundled, and also allows for plugins - so you could easily make your app into a a plugin and get lots of additional capabilities, like shutdown/reboot menus, network connectivity menus (connect to wireless network, for example), input UI elements (to input words from the 5-key pad) etc. etc. Here's more info about it.
  • Hi @CRImier, that link does not work.
  • @dbell This is really nice.
    I sold my OP so I stopped working on the project years ago.
    Last week I re-purchased the OP1 and I’m planning to pick it up this project again.

    Backup-wise I’ll do a similar thing to what this is doing. But one adittion I always wanted was LFO to midi.

    So whenever you are in a non-backup-state the Raspberry can send out midi for creating semi-complex LFO routing. Pick CC1 and send a pulse lfo in the same beat as the OP. Or send a sinus lfo to one parameter of the effects.
  • Is anyone selling anything like this? I have money and wants.

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