This brings organelle-1 close to specs of the M (*) but the issue is the organelle-1 operating system ( arch linux) is much older and this gives some hardware issues ( eg this touchscreen doesn’t work on organelle-1), and upgrading the operating system proved difficult due to the SOM used by the organelle-1.
( see hacking category, I’ve posted lots of details there).
The organelle-m by contrast uses the RPI CM3 which is very well supported, and will be for a long time - a great move by C&G!
This means it’s much simpler to get new software on to.
(*) Note : to be clear it’s not possible to use a CM3 on the organelle-1, as requires a different pcb.
The above ‘upgrade’ used the same family SOM, just a more powerful version.
thanks for the info - Sorry I should have found your previous posts about supercharging too … very much appreciated that you took the time though! I’m a bit loathed to replace the 1 with the M but I can see why it would be worth it technically.
I could help you with a pd patch that sends midi notes and ccs from the organelle keys / pots. in different channels. Does Sunvox have midi clock sync? maybe it’s possible to run pd sequences in parallel with Sunvox tracks…
if you install from my instructions in the first post,
all you really need is a simple shell script to start this from the menu (no need for python)
using the keyboard/display/pots of organelle.
so without creating some specific sunvox module the interation would be limited to simple midi.
as @Servandob mentions you could do this with a simple PD patch, and have pd running at the same time as sunvox.
(becareful, iirc, by default mother host will kill pd when it launches script - so might be necessary to launch it manually as well as sunvox)
the alternative would be to write something (c++/python whatever) that listens to the osc messages sent by the ‘mother host’ and remaps these simply to midi messages.
which is better?
well pd is simpler, and possibly you could have fun creating different pd patches to go with sunvox.
however, it will consume cpu - so a separate process that listens to osc messages and creates midi would be leave more cpu for sunvox.
(not sure if sunvox is multi core - if not, then this doesnt matter much!)