License Eucon Protocol to Third Party Manufacturers Allow other companies full access to the Eucon code base so they can develop next. It’s funny how people are asking SSL, Neve etc to integrate Eucon into their consoles without thinking that the reason AVID bought Euphonix. Everywhere this protocol is brought up, it’s highly praised. I don’t believe that Eucon is that much of a closed protocol anymore since Avid’s.
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But trying to get any protocpl I can for a project maybe even a SDK You tell me whar a man gits his corn pone, en I’ll tell you what his ‘pinions is. Sounds to me like 21st century midi.
There’s a guy on the Reaper forums that reversed engineered EuCon for use euon Reaper. Geoff Waddington I think. You might try to contact him. As mentioned many daws support their hardware I am wondering the possibilities of a couple things with it, 1.
Obviously obtainign some sort of licensing to do it would be critical but would they even play ball 3. March 20, I found an AES paper giving an high level overview of the protocol: I found another introduction of the protocol with a bit more detail as well: I found this http: EUCON includes the following features and benefits: I am of the impression aviod would not want such a venture.
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As I see it, the only way you can end up in trouble is if you market it under the Eucon name. So nickname it something different. An example of this is e.
DAD at the time where PT hardware was the hardware dongle for their software, and they used a proprietary hardware interface to try to lock everyone else out. Open-source Eucon hardware would be a great addition to diy As long as eucon is in the ecuon then any automation upgrades are basically unnecessary.
If you set up the daw rpotocol output pre-fader directly to the converter then any moves that happen only effect the analog side and the output of the daw remains the same. As for seeing a problem I bet avid would if it was ever on the market as an official product. This is even if we called it something else.
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I think the big issue is there is only one company out their making eucon hardware controlers, AVID. I think since it’s their IP they want to keep it that way. Yes, but they can’t stop you from making or marketing something compatible, unless they have a straight patent on the core orotocol.
Which, in such case, must be circumvented. There’s no law against accidental compatibility: But this strategy is limited in success when the standards are already implemented in several different products. I am rather sure you could easily wiretap into it and decode the relevant parts quickly.
I would be interested in your project at hand by the way. Hey If it’s to drive audio fader with servo the MCU protocol is fine. The MCU is limited at 9bit step but it’s an hardware limitation, data still 16bit. In my automated fader proto I use 12 bit ADDA, for the moment due to jitter I run 9bit, but it’s a PTP proto with long and non shielded wire, i think I will end up at 10bit step and with some luck at 11bit. In prrotocol hand “recal precision” is also an important factor.
I run analogue PI driver with excellent result It would be to drive an audio fader. pfotocol
Does pro tools support mcu? I don’t think so Eucon is in many a software but only avid makes any hardware. Rumor has it this has already been done by the likes of audient, but not sure if they have it out or what. I just read again doc about HUI protocol. I will test and try HUI protocole in 10bit. Ok I just check again Pro Tools does not use MCU nor does it allow for it Yes but it run Protoocl which is 9bit.
Is that not enough?
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At 10 bit you have 0. But human jitter is more in the 8bit range here Zam. March 23, Here is where hui is not enough. In pro tools hui is limited to a max of 32 physical faders Hui will be phased out by avid.