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Anyone here using Just friends?
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I just got one for the box, and I seems a bit of a tricky module to get any information on.
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https://www.modwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=160618

I have one. Product descriptions for this module can be hard to wrap your head around, but once you play with it, it becomes really clear, really quick.
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(08-10-2023, 03:54 PM)Zosimos Wrote: I just got one for the box, and I seems a bit of a tricky module to get any information on.

Actually its one of the best documented modules now because the original abstract manual has been supplemented by a very detailed technical map. You can find it here (https://github.com/whimsicalraps/Mannequ...friends.md) and also download a PDF. 

If you need to explore the i2c capacity of JF (using something like Norns or Teletype) then there are many resources on this but you need to spend time exploring mostly the lllllll.co forum. Once Nerdseq i2c expander arrived then you can probably start implementing the i2c commands that are outlined in the Teletype manual https://monome.org/docs/teletype/manual.pdf.
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(10-31-2023, 09:04 AM)Zentrumsounds Wrote:
(08-10-2023, 03:54 PM)Zosimos Wrote: I just got one for the box, and I seems a bit of a tricky module to get any information on.

Actually its one of the best documented modules now because the original abstract manual has been supplemented by a very detailed technical map. You can find it here (https://github.com/whimsicalraps/Mannequ...friends.md) and also download a PDF. 

If you need to explore the i2c capacity of JF (using something like Norns or Teletype) then there are many resources on this but you need to spend time exploring mostly the lllllll.co forum. Once Nerdseq i2c expander arrived then you can probably start implementing the i2c commands that are outlined in the Teletype manual https://monome.org/docs/teletype/manual.pdf.

All JF commands have been implemented already. I can't test it myself but it is reported to work.
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(11-02-2023, 01:51 PM)XORadmin Wrote:
(10-31-2023, 09:04 AM)Zentrumsounds Wrote:
(08-10-2023, 03:54 PM)Zosimos Wrote: I just got one for the box, and I seems a bit of a tricky module to get any information on.

Actually its one of the best documented modules now because the original abstract manual has been supplemented by a very detailed technical map. You can find it here (https://github.com/whimsicalraps/Mannequ...friends.md) and also download a PDF. 

If you need to explore the i2c capacity of JF (using something like Norns or Teletype) then there are many resources on this but you need to spend time exploring mostly the lllllll.co forum. Once Nerdseq i2c expander arrived then you can probably start implementing the i2c commands that are outlined in the Teletype manual https://monome.org/docs/teletype/manual.pdf.

All JF commands have been implemented already. I can't test it myself but it is reported to work.

Hi,

I have a Norns coming in tomorrow.  Been learning about the scripts and platform, but still a beginner.  I am wondering if I need the Monome Crow module to interface with my modular, or whether the Nerdseq with Multi IO would suffice.  I don’t know if the Crow unit adds any functionality to the Norns<>Modular workflow that I couldn’t do with the Multi IO on its own (with all the Nerdseq mapping and programming features that I have yet to explore).  Do any of you have experience with this?  I’ll post this over on lines as well, once I start to get a feeling for the Norns.  I’m also curious if Norns plus Crow (or Nerdseq Multi IO) is equivalent to a Teletype ecosystem, or are they completely different beasts?  Didn’t find any clear answers in my initial searches.

Thanks,

Khenu

P.S.
To relate this to the original post, I also intend to pick up a Just Friends, as I want those six oscillators in my rack. I did a show recently in SF and brought a few Moog synths as voices, in addition to three Eurorack cases (one for visuals) and I realized it would be much nicer to have things more contained for live shows!
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