CarsonKMI wrote:Ok, I've attached a zip of the two SysEx files you'll need to send to the QuNeo. You should first send the "enter_bootloader.syx" file to the QuNeo — this will put it into bootloader mode, so it's ready to receive firmware. You'll know it worked if the mode button (top-left circle) lights up and stays blue.
Then you should send the other file, "Quneo_Firmware_v1.1.2.syx" to the QuNeo — this will load the firmware onto your QuNeo. The blue light should start flashing if it is working properly.
Hi Carson, thank you again, the SysEx method worked perfectly. See, you DO support Linux after all
For the record, what I did was dirt simple:
1. Attach QuNeo via USB cable
2. Figure out the MIDI device. For me it was /dev/snd/midiC2D0. I use ALSA + Pulseaudio. YMMV.
3. cat enter_bootloader.syx > /dev/snd/midiC2D0
4. cat Quneo_Firmware_v1.1.2.syx > /dev/snd/midiC2D0
5. That's it. Profit.
Since SysEx dumps have no timing information writing directly to the device works fine without specific sequencing in time.
Carson, would it also be possible to get the SysEx message specs for configuring pad velocities, sensitivity, etc. in the QuNeo? I didn't find those in the documents, so far at least.
Why do I ask? Well, I presume the Windows + Mac programs just write SysEx commands to the device. Having the specs would help Linux people to eventually come up with a nice configurator too. (Although the default presets are great, and I'm running #14 with Renoise, the hands-on imperative rules...)